OMIYA HASSAN PH. D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Principal Investigator, LPiNS Laboratory
Boise State University
I am Omiya Hassan, currently working as an Assistant Professor in the electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Boise State University, Idaho. I completed my Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at the University of Missouri, where my doctoral research focused on developing and designing energy-efficient Artificial Intelligence (AI)/Machine Learning based Hardware Architectures for Biomedical Devices.
I am also the Principal Investigator of my laboratory, Low-Power Integrated Circuits and Embedded Systems (LPiNS). LPiNS-Lab focuses on research related to designing and developing energy-efficient integrated circuits and computer hardware architectures: we (1) develop energy-efficient algorithms for machine learning on hardware, (2) design low-power integrated circuits and devices for critical healthcare applications, and (3) model and design cyber-physical systems that integrate sensors.