M. Ehsan Hoque

Inventor

University of Rochester

Mr. Ehsan hoque is an famous inventor and assistant professor of computer science at university of rochester , He also has a good experience in research works also.

His research in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is on developing computational approaches to generate new insights and theories about human behavior that are "written nowhere, known by none, and understood by all." In addition to expanding our understanding of human behavior, I focus on developing new applications that allow us to be more human.
His research in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is on developing computational approaches to generate new insights and theories about human behavior that are "written nowhere, known by none, and understood by all." In addition to expanding our understanding of human behavior, I focus on developing new applications that allow us to be more human.

His research findings have received Best Paper Awards and nominations in Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2013), Face and Gesture (FG 2011), Intelligent Virtual Agent (IVA 2006), recognized and showcased as MIT's one of the most unconventional inventions by MIT Museum, MIT TR35 Award, and appeared in popular media including Time, PBS, Canadian National TV, Boston Public Radio, Technology Review, NPR, among many.

His research prototypes have been deployed in Disney Parks, and at several public places of MIT, allowing open interaction with thousands of people and data collection for an extended period.

The software that I have written as part of his Ph.D. dissertation has been sub-licensed by several companies for commercialization opportunities.