Dr. Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed, PhD

Professor & Chair, Department of Computer Science
Marquette University
1313 West Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53233, USA
Phone: 414-288-5222
Fax: 414-288-5472
Email: sheikh.ahamed (at) mu.edu
Office: 386 Cudahy Hall
Complete list of publications from DBLP

Dr. Ahamed's major research interests include mHealth, Smartphone based healthcare (iPhone/iPad/Android), mobile and pervasive computing, emotion-based/affective computing, and security and privacy in computing. He is Director of the Ubicomp Research Lab at Marquette University.

For complete information on research activities, please see my CV:
Long version (pdf)
Short version (pdf)

Research in the News

Artificial Intelligence of Things in Sports Science in the November 2019 edition of Computer Magazine
IEEE Talks Big Data: Sorel Reisman & Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed
MRI Application with Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
Thinking Outside the Clinic - securely transferring health information among clinics
CTSI Discovery Radio - Eye Institute 40th Anniversary
Veteran's communication project
Veteran's communication project

Current Grants and Projects

Co-PI. Robotically-enhanced Neuroimaging of Memory and Prediction in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders - A Pilot Study. April 2013 - current.

Co-PI. iPeer: Sociotechnical Support System for Veterans. HWPP. January 2013 - current

Co-PI. American Indian M-health Smoking Dependence Study. National Institutes of Health. August 2012 - July 2017.

PI. Breast Cancer Palliation Study III. IBCRF. September 2012 - 2016.

Recent Publications

Leret, Stacee M., Rosemary White-Traut, Barbara Medoff-Cooper, Pippa Simpson, Riddhiman Adib, Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed, Rachel Schiffman. Pilot Study Protocol of a mHealth Self-management Intervention for Family Members of Pediatric Transplant Recipients. Research in Nursing & Health, Wiley, DOI: 10.1002/nur.22010. December 2019.

Love. R.R., & Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed. "The Marquette Palliative Care System" [Online First], IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.84475. Available from: https://www.intechopen.com/online-first/the-marquette-palliative-care-system

Love, R.R., Ferdousy, T., Paudel, B.D., Nahar, S., Dowla, R., Adibuzzaman, M., Ahsan, G.M.T., Uddin, M., Salim, R., and Ahamed, S.I.: Symptom levels in care-seeking Bangladeshi and Nepalese adults with advanced cancer. J Global Onc 2016. (in press)

Md Munirul Haque, Ferdaus Ahmed Kawsar, Mohammad Adibuzzaman, Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed, Richard Love, Rumana Dowla, David Roe, Syed Hossain, Reza Salim: Findings of e-ESAS: a mobile based symptom monitoring system for breast cancer patients in rural Bangladesh. CHI2012: 899-908

Munirul M. Haque, Ferdaus Ahmed Kawsar, Mohammad Adibuzzaman, Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed, Richard Love, Rumana Dowla,David Roe, Tahmina Ferdousy, Reza Selim: Findings of mobile based palliative care system: towards formulating a generic framework for measuring QoL.PervasiveHealth 2014: 1-8

Md Haque, Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed, Richard Love, Ragib Hasan, Rumana Dowla, Tahmina Ferdousy, Reza Salim: e-ESAS: Evolution of a participatory design-based solution for breast cancer (BC) patients in rural Bangladesh. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 19(2): 395-413 (2015)

Current Graduate Students
Md Osman Gani (PhD)
Golam M Tanimul Ahsan (PhD)
Drew Williams (PhD)
Md Kamrul Hasan (PhD)
Zhou Wu (PhD)
Mohammed Balfas (PhD)
Piyush Saxena (PhD)
Md. Fitrat Hossain (PhD)
Jiachen Ma (PhD)
Tanvir Roushan (MS)
Amit Kumar Saha (MS)
Jiayi Xin (MS)
Nasser Alkhathri (MS)