Dr. Bo Wen has a wide range of skillsets in experiment design and execution, data orchastration and analysis, semiconductor/electronics/software development and cloud architect. He is interested in cognitive science in general and how neuroscience and information theory has been governing the scientific discovery process.
After joining IBM in 2016, Dr. Wen have been working in the Healthcare and Lifescience department and contributed to a series of wearables and IoT projects. Since mid 2017, Dr. Wen has been focused on Digital Health and responsible for developing the IBM Health Guardian platform and overseeing the operation and development of IBM’s Home Health Lab
. He was recently appointed as the sub-theme lead and strategist for the Digital Biomarker field.
Prior to joining IBM, Dr. Wen had been an experimental physicist for many years. He obtained his Ph.D. in Physics from City University of New York under Distinguished Professor Myriam Sarachik. His research covered a broad range of low temperature quantum physics areas, including superconducting proximity effect in high mobility hBN-encapsulated graphene, dipolar interactions and long-range ordering in single molecule magnet. He is experienced in coordinating large scale experiments involving multi-lab coordinations and international collaborations. From 2014 to 2016, he conducted and supervised the building of Nanoelectronics Lab at Columbia University.