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Mi Zhang

Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Michigan State University

mizhang [at] egr [dot] msu [dot] edu
(517) 432-4682
Office: 3530 Engineering Building (Map)
Lab: 1228 Engineering Building

Welcome

I direct the Intelligent Sensing and Mobile Systems Group at Michigan State University. My students and I work on topics at the intersection of mobile and networked embedded sensor systems, machine intelligence, human-centered computing, and data analytics. We believe work in these areas will generate significant impacts on our society. Please visit the Publications page to learn more about our work.

Research Keywords
: mobile and embedded deep learning systems, wireless systems, Internet of Things (IoT), big sensor data analytics, ubiquitous computing, human-computer interaction, and mobile health (mHealth).

Short Bio
: Prior to joining Michigan State University in Fall 2014, I was a Postdoctoral Associate with Tanzeem Choudhury in Computing and Information Science at Cornell University. I received my Ph.D. in Computer Engineering and M.S. in both Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from University of Southern California under the supervision of Alexander Sawchuk. I received my B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a minor in Computer Science from Peking University in China.


Recent Awards

  • 2017
    : NSF Hearables Challenge, Third Place Winner
  • 2017
    : NIH mHealth Scholar
  • 2016
    : NSF CRII Junior Faculty Award
  • 2016
    : NIH Pill Image Recognition Challenge, First Prize Winner (champion)
  • 2015
    : ACM UbiComp Best Paper Nominee


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Support

Our research is generously supported by the following sources. We express our sincere gratitude to their support.

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