Mohammad M.R. Mozumdar
Electrical Engineering Department
California State University, Long Beach
1250 Bellflower Blvd., ECS-521, MS-8306
Long Beach, CA 90840-8306
Phone: 562-985-5106 (Office)
System-level design methodologies, distributed embedded systems, models of computation, automatic code generation, meta-level language description, hardware/ software co-design and optimization, applications for sensor networks, energy efficient building information and control system design, routing protocols, optimal synthesis of network protocols, enterprise level software design and developments.
- M. Mozumdar, Z. Song, L. Lavagno and A. Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, “A Model-Based approach for bridging virtual and physical sensor nodes in a hybrid simulation framework”, Wireless Sensor Networks and the Internet of Things , Sensors , 2014
- M. Mozumdar, Ali Arun Ganesan, Alireza Ameri Daragheh, “Synthesizing Sensor Networks Backbone Architecture For Smart Buildings”, IEEE Sensors Journal, 2014
PI, "Development of Micro Wireless Sensor Platforms for Collecting Data of Passenger-Freight Interactions", METRANS, 2014-15
Co-Pi, "EpicMDC: An Epistemic Game Based Approach to Investigate Innovative Model Development Capacity For 21st Century Engineers", CSULB Multidisciplinary Research Award, 2014-15
Co-PI, "SixSenses: Cloud-Based Body Sensor Networks to Plug-in Your Body as Part of an Internet of Things", CSULB COE Research Initiation and Seed Grant (RISG) program, 2014
I have been working as an assistant professor in the Electrical Engineering dept. of the California State University at Long Beach (CSULB ) since August, 2012. Before joining CSULB, I was a postdoctoral scholar in the Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences department of the University of California, Berkeley. I received Ph.D. in electronics and communication engineering from Politecnico di Torino, Italy and MS.C. in computer science from Aachen Tech University, Germany. I completed my bachelor in computer science and engineering from BUET, Bangladesh.