Mehdi Boukhechba is an assistant professor in the Engineering Systems and Environment Department and the co-director of the Sensing Systems for Health Lab. His primary research interests are in ubiquitous computing, data science, behavioral modeling and pervasive health technologies. In recent years, he has been developing novel ubiquitous sensing platforms to understand human behaviors in the wild. His research has been focused on designing new assessment and intervention methods for multiple health conditions such as depression, anxiety, cancer, infectious disease and traumatic brain injury.
Mehdi Boukhechba Ph.D.
April 28, 2020 by School of Medicine Webmaster