Neda Nourshamsi is a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, was recently given an MSU Postdoctoral Excellence in Research Award. Congratulations!
Her research on the jointly detection of human and hand-held motion in living space around people. The system is cheap and does not require a complicated image-based algorithm or cause a privacy concern. That could revolutionize technology in motion sensing, provide a cheap and accurate system for industrial monitoring. More urgently, as a result of the disastrous spread of COVID-19 in 2020, the whole world is in demand of some type of affordable, rapid, and effective method for warning of unpredictable events, and identifying potential health concerns.
Neda received MS degree from University of Strasbourg, France and PhD from Oklahoma State University all in Electrical Engineering. She joined the Delta group under supervision of Jeffrey Nanzer, Dennis P. Nyquist Assistant Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department since 2019.
Neda has published totally 7 peer-reviewed articles in Michigan State University and is a member of URSI Commission B, and is a member of antenna and propagation society.