“If not now, when? If not you, who?”
― Hillel the Elder
PhD Student, Computer Science and Engineering, Computational HCI Lab,
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
My research centers on understanding and modeling human behavior in the healthcare domain. I believe that there is an opening to push the boundaries of computational modeling in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) by modeling behaviors of people based on the data collected from people’s mobile, smart wearable devices, and their instrumented environments. I envision modeling human behavior, which can acquaint the design of prospective user interfaces that reason about and act in response to those behaviors to help people improve the quality of their life and wellbeing.
I work in domains of Applied Machine Learning, Computational Modeling, and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). My primary focus of work is to analyze how activities and behaviors of patients correlate with their disease symptoms and how technology can coach them to modify their complex routines to be productive, healthy, and safe. My future goal is to infer how Behavior Data Analytics and Computational Interaction can be used to design advanced Behavior-aware User Interfaces that will infer user goals, predict future user actions, describe common user behaviors, and even coach users.
I have finished my B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) from the University of Dhaka. Before joining University of Michigan as a PhD student, I have worked as a visiting researcher in Yagi Lab, Osaka University, ISIR.
- Applied Machine Learning
- Computational Modeling
- Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)
- Our Research group got featured in Michigan News Center for research contributions employing AI to help address COVID-19 challenges.
Link: Understanding the Effect of Human Behaviors on Social Distancing,
How predictive modeling could help us reopen more safely
- Got Deans Award for academic excellence by Dept. of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Dhaka
- A paper titled “Wearable Sensor-Based Gait Analysis for Age and Gender Estimation” accepted in Sensors Journal.
- Received Weinberg Institute for Cognitive Science Fellowship by University of Michigan
- Started PhD in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Computational HCI Lab, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor under Prof. Nikola Banovic.