Our research focus is designing medical, health and wearable devices. Our methods are highly accurate and adopt high-performance computing methods for emerging fields in artificial intelligence, robotics and autonomous navigation, smart health monitoring, and . Our team has developed efficient computing methods through cross-layer design approaches in algorithms, architecture, hardware and system integration which result in tiny and energy efficient wearable/mobile computing devices. This can revolutionize several fields including healthcare, transportation, autonomous navigation, and public utilities.

News Articles

EEHPC Lab Featured UMBC News Story: “UMBC’s Tinoosh Mohsenin develops COVID-Matter framework to determine severity of respiratory disease, 2022.

EEHPC Lab Featured in UMBC News: “UMBC celebrates U.S. News Best Grad School rankings in engineering, public affairs, 2022.

Prof. Mohsenin Featured in UMBC News: “UMBC to partner with UMD, Army Research Lab to advance AI and autonomy through $68M collaboration, 2022.

Prof. Mohsenin featured in UMBC News, 2017.

Prof. Mohsenin featured UMBC Magazine, “UMBC Researchers Explore the New Great Frontier – The Brain”.