I am a PhD candidate at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) and a research assistant at Integrated Emergency Cyber Physical Human Systems research group working under the supervision of Prof. Lui Sha. My main research interests include:
- Design and evaluation of integrated emergency medical assist systems to mitigate preventable medical errors.
- Modeling and Management of medical device plug and play in acute care environment.
- Developing low-complexity pathophysiology-based computational models for patient state representation in acute care.
- Designing safety analysis frameworks for modern medical device “plug-and-play” systems.
- Developing an extended dependency framework for analysis of medical systems to mitigate preventable safety hazards.
- M. Rahmaniheris, L. Sha, R. B., Berlin, and J. M. Goldman, “Towards a Cyber-medical Model for Device Configuration Safety in Acute Care”, In 2014 IEEE Healthcare Innovation Conference (HIC), October 2014 (pp. 118-124) (Slides)
- M. Rahmaniheris, W. Kang, L. Lee, L. Sha, R. B. Berlin, and J. M. Goldman, “Modeling and Architecture Design of an MDPnP Acute Care Monitoring Systems“, The 26th IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems (CBMS 2013), June 2013 (Demo paper)
- W. Kang, P. Wu, M. Rahmaniheris, L. Sha, R. B. Berlin, J. M. Goldman, “Towards Organ-Centric Compositional Development of Safe Networked Supervisory Medical Systems“, The 26th IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems (CBMS 2013), June 2013 (Paper, Slides)
- C. Kim, M. Sun, M. Rahmaniheris and L. Sha, “How to Reliably Integrate Medical Devices Over Wireless Network“, 9th Annual IEEE Communications Society Conference on Sensor, Mesh and Ad Hoc Communications and Networks (SECON), 2012
- M. Sun, M. Rahmaniheris, C. Kim, L. Sha, R. B. Berlin, and J. Goldman, “Towards a Systematic Software Architecture for Acute Care Support” Technical Report, 2012
- M. Rahmaniheris, “A Multi-Layer Dependency Model for Analysis of Safety-Critical Embedded Systems”, Master’s Thesis, UIUC 2011
- H. Yun, P. Wu, M. Rahmaniheris, C. Kim, and L. Sha, “A Reduced Complexity Design Pattern for Distributed Hierarchical Command and Control Systems“, ICCPS. April, 2010
- M. Rahmaniheris, P. Wu, L. Sha, R. B., Berlin, and J. M. Goldman, “An Organ-Centric Best Practice Assist System for Acute Care“, under submission to IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics (J-BHI), 2015
- NASS framework demonstration for Air-way laser surger (also demonstrated at Medical Device Plug-and-Play (MD PnP) Interoperability Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital/ Partners HealthCare/ CIMIT, November 2010)
- Best Practice Clinical Assist System for Acute Care