Edison Thomaz

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I am a Research Assistant Professor in the ECE department at The University of Texas at Austin, with an appointment in the School of Information. I am a member of DICE and WNCG at ECE and the Intelligent Systems Group at the iSchool. My research is in Computational Activiomics, the study of systems and computational methods for sensing, recognizing and modeling the entire span of people's everyday activities and context, from simple gestures to complex life patterns. I am particularly interested in leveraging models of human behaviors to characterize and predict human health and disease.

I am currently looking for graduate students to join my new research group, which is exploring a variety of technical challenges at the intersection of wearable+ubiquitous computing, mobile health, human-computer intelligence and activity recognition. If you are currently a UT student, contact me by email; otherwise please consider applying to our graduate program.




Jan 4th, 2017

In Tyler, TX for NSF Workshop on Smart and Connected Health.

Dec 9th, 2016

In Pisa, Italy for the PerCom Program Committee meeting.

Dec 8th, 2016

Final exam date for EE382V Activity Sensing and Recognition.

Dec 6th, 2016

Trip to D.C. to represent UT ECE at The University of Texas System Office of Federal Relations Research and Policy Conference.

Oct 17th, 2016

Attending the Texas Wireless Summit on the UT campus. It is an annual event organized by WNCG.

Sept 12th, 2016

Week in Heidelberg for Ubicomp 2016.

Aug 25th, 2016

Classes begin. Teaching EE382V Activity Sensing and Recognition.



Research Assistant Professor
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering
School of Information
The University of Texas at Austin

ethomaz at utexas dot edu
Twitter: @ethomaz

Offices: UTA 7.231
1616 Guadalupe Street
Austin, TX 78701