Research Staff Member, Healthcare IoTThomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY USA +19149454076
Professional AssociationsProfessional Associations: American Physical Society (APS) | New York Academy of Science
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Dr. Bo Wen had been an experimental physicist for many years prior to joining IBM. 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 international collaborations and overseeing laboratory operations. From 2014 to 2016, he conducted and supervised the building of Nanoelectronics Lab at Columbia University.
After joining IBM in 2016, Dr. Wen worked on several healthcare wearables and IoT projects and contributed in both hardware and software development. Since mid 2017, Dr. Wen has been focusing on Cognitive IoT for Healthcare and responsible for developing the healthcare IoT platform and overseeing the operation and development of IBM’s Bernen Laboratory of Healthcare IoT Research.
Dr. Wen has a wide range of skillsets in experimental research project execution, data analysis and interpretation, hardware and software development. He is also interested in and advocates developing technology in a responsible way that aligns with the interest of human civilization.