Mohammad M.R. Mozumdar

Associate Professor
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)

Research Interest

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. 


Recent Grants

PI, Smart sensing system for real-time automatic traffic analysis of highway rest areas, METRANS/CALTRANS, 2017-18

PI, Fine grained automatic vehicle classification system development for accurately measuring passenger-freight interactions, METRANS/CALTRANS, 2017

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

Short Bio

I have been working 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.