Ph.D. in Information Science, Cornell University
I am interested in adaptive intervention in the mobile health space. I build
computational tools that analyze human behavior from phone data (e.g., sensors, self-input)
and then intervenes in real time in ways that are personalized
and contextualized to users' needs, daily routine, and the environments they
Keywords: Adaptive health intervention, Mobile Sensing, Context-aware computing, Reinforcement learning, User-centered design
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I am a postdoc at Harvard University, where I am advised by Susan Murphy. I completed my PhD at Cornell University. My PhD advisor was Tanzeem Chourdhury. I also had the opportunity to work with many amazing collaborators (Andrew Campbell, Predrag Klasnja, Nic Lane, Lama Nachman, Mi Zhang). I received my bacheor degree in computer science from Bangladesh University of Enigeering and Technology (BUET).