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Benyamin Allahgholizadeh Haghi (Ben)


Benyamin is currently a graduate student at Electrical Engineering department of California Institute of Technology (Caltech). He received his B.sc in double major ,Electrical Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, where he had worked on several areas including biomedical imaging and breast tumor characterization based on thermoacoustic imaging by learning based algorithms, learning based mechanisms for interference mitigation in femtocell networks, independence number of odd cycles graphs and its relation to zero error capacity, and electromagnetic shock-waves in distribution delay lines with nonlinear dielectrics and catching sub giga watt power from gas gap switches and break down. He has visited Stanford University as researcher in summer 2014 and 2015. Currently, He is working on seizure detection using learning based approach at Professor Emami's group. His research interests are neuroscience, medical image and signal analysis and processing, machine learning, pattern recognition, and medical circuits design.

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