Congratulations, Hossein Matin, for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis, Asymptotic Behavior of Stochastic Optimal Velocity Dynamical Model.
Congratulations, Marzieh Abolhelm, for successfully defending her Ph.D. thesis, Large scale urban patterns in NYC: traffic prediction and analysis via clustering and low rank approximation.
Ayse Dogan will be joining our group as Ph.D. student, receiving a Frederick and Rachel Hansen Fellowship
Congratulations, Rachneet Kaur, on being named the Spring 2021 recipient of the Sharp Outstanding Graduate Student Award.
“Designing a closed loop system to achieve real-time evaluation and manipulation of state anxiety while walking in virtual reality” by Siwen Wang, Ryu Okubo, Gekai Liao, Conrad Ku, Richard Sowers, and Manuel E. Hernandez has been accepted for publication at the 10th International IEEE EMBS Conference On Neural Engineering.
Rachneet Kaur will be presenting “Predicting Multiple Sclerosis from Dynamics of Gait Variability” at the ISE Graduate Seminars on November 20