Human-Building Interaction | Adaptive Environments
Measuring and developing machine learning models for human dynamics' quantifications in HBI applications.
Tianzhi He successfully defended his M.Sc. thesis in December 2020. Congratulations!
INFORM Lab received a grant from the Department of Transportation FRA to develop Artificial Intelligence tools for infrastructure monitoring.
Milad Afzalan successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation in June 2020. Congratulations Dr. Afzalan!
Milad Afzalan successfully defended his thesis for M.Sc. in computer science in June 2020. Congratulations!
INFORM Lab received a grant to explore how smart building systems and mobile robots could facilitate viral exposure quantification and mitigation. [May 2020]
Farnaz Khaghani successfully defended her Ph.D. dissertation in May 2020. Congratulations Dr. Khaghani!
Farnaz Khaghani successfully defended her thesis for M.Sc. in computer science in May 2020. Congratulations!
Wooyoung Jung successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation in March 2020 and will be graduating this May. Congratulations Dr. Jung!
As part of an INFORM Lab NSF project, Wooyoung Jung is conducting research at Lawrence Berkely National Lab as a visiting researcher.
[Updated in September 2021] Available Positions: The following positions are available:
Ph.D. student positions
The positions are available and students could start as soon as possible starting Spring 2022 and Fall 2022.
Familiarity with programing and machine learning concepts will be a plus.
If you are interested, please contact Dr. Jazizadeh and see Prospective Team Members page.
MSc applicants are also encouraged to contact Dr. Jazizadeh if they are interested in joining the INFORM Lab team.
Contact INFORM Lab:
Adaptive Environment Realization
Infrastructure Operational Analytics
Self-Configuring Algorithm for CPS
Participatory Sensing Networks in Urban Management
Built Environment Information Modeling
Built Environment Monitoring and Control
200 Patton Hall, 750 Drillfield Dr.
Blacksburg, VA 24061