People

Faculty:

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Nirmalya Roy is currently an Assistant Professor in the Information Systems department at University of Maryland Baltimore County. He directs the Mobile, Pervasive and Sensor Computing Group (MPSC).

Reasearch Interests:

  • Pervasive Computing and Middleware (activity recognition, energy efficient remote monitoring, QoI, physiological data modeling).
  • Wireless Sensor Networks (sensor data stream processing, sensor driven decision making, embedded sensor system)
  • Smart Environments (sensor-driven smart healthcare and rehabilitation, fine-grained building energy monitoring and control)

 PhD Students:

nilavra  Nilavra Pathak
Research Interests:

  • Machine Learning Applications
  • Signal Processing
  • Energy Analytics
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Mathematical Optimization
  • Activity Recognition
hafiz MD Abdullah Al Hafiz Khan
Research Interests:

  • Machine learning
  • Human Activity Recognition
  • Transfer learning
  • Deep Learning
sajjad H M Sajjad Hossain
Research Interests:

  • Mobile Computing.
  • Active Learning.
  • Deep Learning.
  • Annotator selection
  • Activity Recognition.
sreeni Sreenivasan Ramasamy Ramamurthy
Research Interests:

  • Signal and Image Processing
  • Multi-Inhabitant Activity Recognition
  • Machine Learning
neha Neha Singh
Research Interests:

  • Data Mining
  • Social Media Analytics
  • Machine Learning
bipen Bipendra Basnyat,P.E
Research Interests:

  • Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Cyber Physical Systems
  • Computer Vision
  • Machine Learning
  • Social Media Analytics
  • Android Application
David David Welsh
Research Interests:

  • Mobile gunshot detection
  • Bio-metrics for firearm training
  • Embedded firearm sensors
  • Firearm behavior recognition

Former PhD Students:

arif Mohammad Arif Ul Alam.
IBM Research Staff Member

Former Masters Students:

vishak Vishak Iyer
Thesis: Human Activity Recognition using Bluetooth Signals
  Sarthak Pathak

Software Developer, Stone Harbor Investments Partners, New York

Thesis: A Holistic Cyber-Physical System to Detect Anomalies in Smart Home Appliances

Undergraduate Students:

taylor Joseph Taylor
Research Interests:

  • Embedded Systems
  • Cryptography
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Fault-Tolerant Systems
  • Remote Telemetry