Current Team

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Sunghoon Ivan Lee, PhD

Principal Investigator

Ivan Lee is an Assistant Professor in the College of Information and Computer Science at UMass Amherst since 2016. He received his PhD in Computer Science, MS in Computer Science, and MS in Electrical Engineering, all from the University of California Los Angeles in 2010, 2013, and 2014, respectively. From 2014 to 2016, he was a post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Harvard Medical School.

Ivan has served as technical program committee members and workshop chairs for several flagship conferences in the area of wearable computing and health informatics. He is currently an Academic Editor of PLOS ONE. He is also serving as a Technical Committee Member on Wearable Biomedical Sensors and System of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS), and a Steering Committee Member of the Center for Personalized Health Monitoring at the Institute of Applied Life Sciences of UMass Amherst. Ivan frequently serves on scientific review panels for funding agencies such as the NSF and NIH.

Curriculum Vitae, updated 3/28/2018

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Jeremy Gummeson, PhD

Research Scientist

Jeremy Gummeson is a Research Scientist at the University of Massachusetts. His current research spans several areas including energy harvesting wearable sensors, smart textiles, backscatter communication systems, distributed wireless sensing, and green computing and sensing. Jeremy has been collaborating with AHHA since he joined UMass in December, 2016. Before UMass Jeremy was was a research scientist at Disney Research and Hewlett Packard Labs. He completed his PhD in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Massachusetts in 2013. In the AHHA lab, he is currently working on research problems related to body area networks and RFID sensing.

Hee-Tae Jung

PhD Candidate

Hee-Tae Jung is the last year PhD student in the AHHA lab. He received his BS from Yonsei University and his MS from Stanford University, both in Computer Science. His research goal is to maximize the overall quality of the rehabilitation service through technology-assisted therapies. Towards that end, he specifically focuses on three paths. 1) He investigates various ways to use artificial intelligence to monitor the impairment level and the optimally intervene. 2) He conducts clinical studies to understand the therapeutic benefit of technology-assisted therapies in routine clinical settings. 3) In a human-computer interaction perspective, he attempts to analyze the pros and cons of technology-assisted therapies and to understand the room to advance the contemporary state-of-the-art rehabilitation technology.

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Neev Kiran

PhD Student

I am a Graduate student at University of Massachusetts, Amherst in Electrical and Computer Engineering Department under Fulbright Scholarship Program for Graduates. I received Bachelors in Engineering degree majoring Electronic from NED University of Engineering and Technology in 2014 and have worked as Assistant Engineer at International Networks System department for Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited during 2015-2016. I have worked as student research member for Electronics Design Center at NED University of Engineering and Technology.

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Brandon Oubre

PhD Student

Brandon is a first year M.S./Ph.D. student that joined the AHHA Lab in 2017. He is interested in the practical application of machine learning techniques with regards to monitoring and improving human health. Prior to joining the lab, Brandon was a software developer at CenturyLink, conducted his undergraduate studies at Louisiana State University, where he was selected as a Barry M. Goldwater Scholar, and did two summer internships at NASA facilities.

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Karine Tung

PhD Student

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Ashish Singh

MS Student

Ashish is a 2nd year graduate student (MS in Computer Science), who joined the AHHA lab in 2018. He received his Bachelors of Technology degree in Electronics and Communication from the National Institute of Technology Silchar. His research interest includes Human movement analysis and Machine learning and novel applications of wearable sensors in effective Human Computer Interaction . His current project includes reconstruction and recognition of handwritten symbols using wearable sensors.

Kallie Whritenour

MS Student

Kallie joined the AHHA lab in 2017 and is currently pursuing her MS in Computer Science. She received her BA in Mathematics from Boston College in 2017. Her interests include data modeling and analysis, artificial intelligence, and health analytics.

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Pritish Yuvraj

MS Student

Pritish Yuvraj is a 1st year MS student in Computer Science at UMass Amherst. He received his Bachelor of Engineering from Bangalore Institute of Technology. He joined the AHHA Lab in Fall 2017. His research interests are in Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Deep Learning,. He is currently working on monitoring dietary behavior with the help of NLP and wearable sensors at the AHHA Lab.

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Brennan Waters

BS Student

Brennan Waters is an undergraduate at UMass and joined AHHA in Fall 2017. His interests include natural language processing and machine learning. His current project is identifying food keywords in meal time transcripts.

Alumni

  • Xin Liu  (BS’18 in Computer Science) – Currently a PhD student at University of Washington. Email • Web • LinkedIn
  • Youngkyun Kim (BS’18 in Computer Science) – Currently a software engineer at Amazon, Seattle. Email • Github
  • Smita Rajan (BS’18 in Microbiology) – Currently a MD student at the Medical School of the St. George’s University. Email