Miguel A. Labrador
Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of South Florida
4202 East Fowler Avenue, ENB 118
Tampa, Florida 33620

Email: mlabrador@usf.edu
Phone: (813) 974-3260

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I have taught the following courses: As the Associate Chaor of Graduate Affairs, I directed the four graduate programs for the Department, the Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering, M.S. in Computer Science, M.S. in Computer Engineeing, and M.S. in Information Technology programs.


My current research interest is in pervasive computing, crowdsensing, ubiquitous sensing. I utilize smartphones, sensors, and computer science algorithms and tools to collect and process raw data and translate it into useful information to solve complex societal problems as well as problems affecting individuals.

My publications, patents, and grants are:

My Google Scholar page is here.

My current and past Ph.D. students are:

My current and past M. S. students (with thesis) are: Raul Estrada, 2019; Jennyfer Sanchez, 2018; Andres Perez, 2016; Juan Marron, 2014; Khoa Tran, 2013; Luis Jaimes, 2012; Isaac Taylor, 2011; Laura Voicu, 2006; George Lukacha, 2005; Srinivas Bandi, 2005; Steven Bassi, 2005; Bay Paylick, 2005; Yeggy Easwaran, 2005; Subodh Kerkar, 2004; Sivakumar Bakthavachalu, 2004; Venkatesh Ramarathinam, 2004; Xu Jianxuan, 2004; Praveen Ikkurthy, 2003; Sarma Vangala, 2003; and Anand Krishna Parameswaran, 2002


Service to the Profession: Service to the University: Service to the College: Service to the Department:
Last updated on January 10, 2019