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Ghasemzadeh Hassan

Hassan Ghasemzadeh is currently an Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Director of Embedded & Pervasive Systems Laboratory (EPSL), a core faculty of Center for Advanced Studies in Adaptive Systems (CASAS), and a faculty member of Smart Environments Research Center (SERC) in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at Washington State University (WSU). Dr. Ghasemzadeh’s research interests lie in different aspects of Embedded and Pervasive Systems, Mobile Computing, and Wireless Health including biomedical signal processing, data analytics, machine learning, transfer learning, system-level optimization, and algorithm design. In the past, he has utilized his skills and expertise in a variety of applications such as remote monitoring of patients with congestive heart failure, diabetes, decompensated cirrhosis, glaucoma, pressure ulcer, as well as in physical activity monitoring, nutrition monitoring, edema monitoring, fall risk assessment, fetal heart rate monitoring, fall detection/prevention, gait analysis, human balance evaluation, and cardiovascular risk management using mobile health technologies. Dr. Ghasemzadeh has published over 100 peer-reviewed research articles in these domains. Dr.  Ghasemzadeh has been the technology lead on several clinical studies involving more than 2000 participants with, or at risk for, chronic conditions. He has been the main architect of WANDA, a comprehensive remote patient monitoring system with extensive computer software, signal processing, machine learning, and data analytics components. Dr. Ghasemzadeh’s core expertise is on developing mobile health technologies with a particular focus on their accuracy, user experience, autonomy, seamlessness, and robustness.

Prior to joining WSU in 2014, Dr. Ghasemzadeh was a Research Manager at the UCLA Wireless Health Institute 2011-2013. He spent the academic year 2010-2011 as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the West Health Institute, San Diego, CA. He was the founding chair of the Computer Science and Engineering Department at Azad University, Damavand Branch 2003-2006.  Dr. Ghasemzadeh received the B.Sc. degree from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, the M.Sc. from University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran, and the Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX, in 1998, 2001, and 2010 respectively, all in Computer Engineering.


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