The Interactive Sensing and Computing Lab focuses on creating transformative and scalable technology that makes a positive impact on people’s lives through innovations in electromagnetics, sensing, wireless communication, embedded systems, machine learning, and Human-Computer Interaction. We are an interdisciplinary team that tackles challenging research problems through innovations in both the hardware and software layers which we then deploy and evaluate in real-world settings. We collaborate closely with UM faculty in Computer Science & Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the UM School of Medicine.

Lab News

William Wang wins EECS Outstanding Research Award

Congratulations to Will for winning the 2022 EECS Outstanding Research Award!


Yasha Iravantchi receives the Meta PhD Research Fellowship

Congratulations to Yasha for winning the 2022 Meta PhD Research Fellowship!


MagX to appear at MobiCom!

Congratulations to the MagX team for thier hardware on a Wearable, Untethered Hands Tracking with Passive Magnets