Laboratory for Control and Information Systems

 

 

Welcome to the Laboratory for Control and Information Systems directed by Dr. Jin-Oh Hahn at the University of Maryland.  Our vision is to advance health monitoring and maintenance methodologies applicable to a wide range of dynamic systems by exploiting control and systems theory, with priority emphasis on bio-systems, health and medicine, as well as mechanical systems and structures.  To this aim, our research activity covers a number of aspects related to non-intrusive and ubiquitous sensing, modeling via system identification and signal processing, condition monitoring and fault diagnostics via on-line estimation and analytical redundancy techniques, and maintenance and intervention via decision making and closed-loop control.  Our current focus areas are 1) physiologic systems monitoring, 2) decision-assist, closed-loop control, fault diagnostics and accommodation challenges in critical care resuscitation, and 3) resilient and context-aware medical cyber-physical systems.

 

News

11/2017

Dr. Hahn was featured on the IBM Business of Government Podcast.

(http://www.businessofgovernment.org/interview/jin-oh-hahn-and-monifa-vaughn-cooke)

11/2017

Dr. Hahn will serve for the Bio-Systems and Healthcare Technical Committee in the ASME¡¯s Dynamic Systems and Control Division as Chair during 2017-2018.

10/2017

The article ¡°Model-Based Blind System Identification Approach to Estimation of Central Aortic Blood Pressure Waveform from Non-Invasive Diametric Circulatory Signals¡± was selected for the 2017 Best Bio-Systems and Healthcare Paper Award from Bio-Systems and Healthcare Technical Committee, ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Division.

10/2017

Dr. Hahn served as Co-Organizer and Co-Chair for Invited Sessions at the ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference (Tysons Corner, VA).

08/2017

Dr. Hahn served as Mini Symposium Organizer, Chair, and Speaker at the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (Jeju, Korea).

07/2017

Dr. Hahn served as Technical Program Committee Member at the IEEE/ACM Conference on Connected Health: Applications, Systems and Engineering Technologies (Philadelphia, PA).

07/2017

Dr. Hahn received a research grant from the FDA to develop test methods for assessing the accuracy of NIBP monitors.

07/2017

Dr. Hahn was awarded a UM Ventures Seed Grant from the University of Maryland.

05/2017

Dr. Hahn served as Technical Program Committee Member at the American Control Conference (Seattle, WA).

04/2017

Dr. Hahn served as Technical Program Committee Member at the International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems (Pittsburgh, PA).

12/2016

Dr. Hahn made a Research Collaboration Agreement with the FDA on the Development and Evaluation of Pre-Clinical Test Methods for Physiological Closed-Loop Controlled Medical Devices.

11/2016

Dr. Hahn will serve for the Bio-Systems and Healthcare Technical Committee in the ASME¡¯s Dynamic Systems and Control Division as Vice Chair during 2016-2017.

10/2016

Dr. Hahn gave an invited talk at the University of Connecticut.

10/2016

Dr. Hahn gave an invited talk at the University of Washington.

10/2016

Dr. Hahn served as Co-Organizer and Co-Chair for Invited Sessions at the ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference (Minneapolis, MN).

10/2016

Dr. Hahn received a Small Business Innovation Research Grant from the US Army [Lead: Arcos Medical].

09/2016

Dr. Hahn was invited to participate in the US Frontiers in Engineering Symposium organized by the National Academy of Engineering (Irvine, CA).

08/2016

Dr. Hahn served as Mini Symposium Organizer, Chair, and Speaker at the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (Orlando, FL).

07/2016

Dr. Hahn served as Technical Program Committee Member as well as Organizer and Chair for Invited Sessions at the American Control Conference (Boston, MA).

06/2016

The article ¡°Patient-Specific Oscillometric Blood Pressure Measurement¡± was selected as a Featured Article in IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering.

04/2016

Dr. Hahn served as Technical Program Committee Member at the International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems (Vienna, Austria).

04/2016

Ramin Bighamian was awarded a Graduate Dean¡¯s Dissertation Fellowship from the University of Maryland.

04/2016

Bryce Yapps was awarded a Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

12/2015

Ramin Bighamian was selected as a Future Faculty Fellow in the A.J. Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland.

11/2015

Dr. Hahn will serve for the Bio-Systems and Healthcare Technical Committee in the ASME¡¯s Dynamic Systems and Control Division as Secretary during 2015-2016.

10/2015

Ramin Bighamian was selected one of 5 Finalists for the DSCC Best Student Paper Award at ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference for the paper entitled ¡°A Control-Oriented Model of Blood Volume Response to Hemorrhage and Fluid Infusion¡±.

10/2015

Dr. Hahn served as Co-Organizer and Co-Chair for Invited Sessions at the ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference (Columbus, OH).

10/2015

Dr. Hahn served as Speaker and Panelist at the FDA Public Workshop on Physiological Closed-Loop Controlled Medical Devices (Silver Spring, MD).

09/2015

The article ¡°Ballistocardiogram as Proximal Timing Reference for Pulse Transit Time Measurement¡± published in IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering was selected as an Editor¡¯s Choice Article in Science Translational Medicine.

08/2015

Dr. Hahn served as Mini Symposium Organizer at the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (Milan, Italy).

08/2015

The article ¡°Towards Ubiquitous Blood Pressure Monitoring via Pulse Transit Time¡± was selected as a Featured Article in IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering.  It was also the most downloaded article in August 2015 in IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering.

06/2015

Shiva Ebrahimi was awarded the Best Oral Presentation Award (Session 2: Biomedical Engineering) from the FGSR Symposium at the University of Alberta.

04/2015

Dr. Hahn served as Program Committee Member and a Panelist at the Medical CPS Workshop, a part of International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems (Seattle, WA).

11/2014

Dr. Hahn gave an invited talk at the University of Missouri.

10/2014

Dr. Hahn served as Organizer and Chair/Co-Chair for Invited Sessions at the ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference (San Antonio, TX). Dr. Hahn was also invited to present at a Frontiers Session at the same conference.

09/2014

Dr. Hahn received a SCIRTS Grant from the Craig. H. Neilsen Foundation as Co-I [Lead: MGH, PI: Dr. Andrew T. Reisner].

08/2014

Dr. Hahn presented in a Mini Symposium at the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (Chicago, IL).

08/2014

Dr. Hahn was awarded an IIS Grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), in collaboration with MSU.

08/2014

Dr. Hahn received a U-01 Grant from the National Institute of Health (NIH) as Co-I [Lead: MSU, PI: Dr. Ramakrishna Mukkamala].

07/2014

Dr. Hahn was awarded a CMMI Grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

04/2014

Dr. Hahn was awarded a Young Investigator Program (YIP) Award from the Office of Naval Research (ONR; Link).

03/2014

Dr. Hahn gave an invited talk at the Catholic University of America.

03/2014

Ramin Bighamian attended the ¡®2014 NSF Early Career Professionals Workshop on Exploring New Frontiers in Cyber-Physical Systems (Washington, DC).

02/2014

Dr. Hahn attended the ¡®2014 National Workshop on Research Frontiers in Medical Cyber-Physical Systems (Arlington, VA).

01/2014

Dr. Hahn was awarded a Short-Term Innovative Research (STIR) Grant from the Army Research Office (ARO).

12/2013

Dr. Hahn accepted an invitation to serve as member of the International Cooperation Committee for the Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems during 2014-2016.

11/2013

Dr. Hahn will serve for the Bio-Systems and Healthcare Technical Committee in the ASME¡¯s Dynamic Systems and Control Division as Publicity Chair during 2013-2015.

10/2013

Dr. Hahn served as Organizer and Chair of Invited Sessions at the ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference (Palo Alto, CA).

08/2013

Dr. Hahn gave an invited talk at the University of Pennsylvania.

06/2013

Dr. Hahn was awarded a Young Investigator Grant (YIG) Award from the Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA; Link).

10/2012

Nima Fazeli was selected one of 5 Finalists for the DSCC Best Student Paper Award at ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference for the paper entitled ¡°Active Non-Intrusive System Identification for Cardiovascular Monitoring Part I: Excitation and Measurement Protocol Design¡±.

08/2012

Dr. Hahn served as Session Chair at the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (San Diego, CA).

 

 

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