Yasamin Mostofi's Homepage

Yasamin Mostofi

Professor
Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106

Office: Harold Frank Hall 5121
Email: ymostofi [at] ece [dot] ucsb [dot] edu
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In the News (June 2017): Our work on 3D Imaging Through Walls with WiFi and Drones (X-Ray Eyes in Sky) is in the News: Engadget, TechCrunch, Mashable, TechRadar, Sputnik News, New York Post, PC Mag, Digital Trends, IFLScience, World News, Science Daily, Tecmundo, The Register, Phys.org, New Atlas, UCSB press release, IEEE Spectrum, ACM News, Yahoo News, MSN News, and other outlets [video][project page][paper]

NEW: Check out our New Video, Paper and Project Page on 3D imaging through walls with WiFi using unmanned aerial vehicles, which appeared in ACM/IEEE International Conference on Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN), April 2017

December 2016: Dr. Mostofi is awarded the 2016 Antonio Ruberti Young Researcher Prize by the IEEE Control Systems Society (CSS), for "contributions to the fundamentals of communications and control co-optimization in mobile sensor networks". Check out the UCSB News Release, the ECE News Release, and Award ceremony photo.

Check out our new Paper and Project Page on Predicting Human Visual Performance in Visual Tasks and Incorporating it in Robotic Sensing and Path Planning, which appeared in Robotics Science and Systems (RSS) 2016

Check out our Video on Counting People With Only WiFi, Project Page, and most recent Paper on this topic

Check out our Video on Ground Robots Seeing Through Walls with Only WiFi, Project Page, and sample Paper on this topic


Welcome to my homepage! My lab works on exciting multi-disciplinary problems that lie at the boundaries of the two areas of communications and control/robotics in mobile sensor networks. Current research thrusts of my lab include:

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Mostofi's Research Group

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Sample Recent Publications

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Awards and Honors

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Teaching

Hobbies

Over the years, I have enjoyed running, playing piano, learning Santur (an ancient Persian musical instrument), writing and reading Persian poems (modern style), painting and Tae Kwon Do.