LIDS: Mobile System to Monitor Type and Volume of Liquid Intake

Publication
IEEE Sensors Journal (JSEN), May 2021
Mahdi Pedram
Mahdi Pedram
Research Assistant

I am a fourth year PhD student at Washington State University. I work as a research assistant with Professor Hassan Ghasemzadeh. My research topics include embedded systems, health monitoring systems, wearable sensor development, sensor data mining, power optimization, and machine learning. I received my B.S. degree in Computer Cngineering from Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran in 2014.

Iman Mirzadeh
Iman Mirzadeh
Research Assistant

I am a PhD student and Graduate Research Assistant at the Washington State University Embedded and Pervasive Systems Laboratory (EPSL) under supervision of Dr. Hassan Ghasemzadeh. I am interested in the real-world challenges of working with machine learning models such as energy constraints and human-in-the-loop interactions with these models. Specifically, I am focusing on Model Optimization (such as model compression), where my goal is to build more efficient models or use the existing models more efficiently. Before joining EPSL, I was an ML Engineer at Sokhan AI, where we provided accurate and scalable Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Computer Vision (CV) services to businesses.

Ramin Fallahzadeh
Ramin Fallahzadeh
Graduate Alumni

Graduate Research Assistant.

Ali Rokni
Ali Rokni
Graduate Alumni

Graduate Research Assistant.

Hassan Ghasemzadeh
Hassan Ghasemzadeh
Director

Hassan Ghasemzadeh is an Associate Professor of Biomedical Informatics at Arizona State University (ASU) and a Computer Science Adjunct Faculty at Washington State University (WSU).