Guy C. Hembroff
- Rekhi Hall 105
- Associate Professor, Applied Computing
- Graduate Program Director, MS in Health Informatics
- Graduate Program Director, PhD in Computational Science and Engineering
- PhD, Computational Science and Engineering, Michigan Technological University
- MPA, Public Administration, Northern Michigan University
- BS, Finance and Economics, Michigan Technological University
Dr. Hembroff is an associate professor in the College of Computing, and director of the Health Informatics graduate program at Michigan Tech. His areas of expertise are human health-focused machine learning (ML)/deep learning (DL) and computer vision algorithm development, biometric development, mHealth, intelligent medical devices, and cybersecurity.
- Human Health-focused ML/DL and Computer Vision
- Large-scale Cybersecurity architectures
- Biometric development
- Intelligent medical devices
Links of Interest
- Medical/Health Informatics
- Data Science
- Network Engineering
- Wang, X., Hembroff, G. C., Bai, Y., 2013 USENIX Summit for Educators in System Administration (SESA ’13), “ITSEED: Development of Instructional Laboratories for IT Security Education” USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems Association, Washington, D.C., USA. (November 5, 2013)
- Levin, E., Hembroff, G. C. (2012). Open photogrammetry concept of open-source free collaborative framework (1st ed., vol. 1, pp. 125-137). Novosibirsk: VIII International Scientific Congress Geo-Siberia 2012.
- Gao, C., Hembroff, G. C. (2012). “Implications of Modified Waterfall Model to the Roles and Education of Health IT Professionals.” 7th IFIP/IEEE International Workshop on Business-driven IT Management 2012.
- Wang, X., Hembroff, G. C., Cerier, A. B., Perrault, B. W. (2011). “Introducing cloud computing with a senior design project in undergraduate education of computer system and network administration.” Proceedings of the 2011 ACM conference on Information Technology Education, SIGITE’11 (pp. 177-182). New York, NY: ACM.
- Hembroff, G. C. , ACM USENIX HealthSec 2011, “Providing an additional factor for patient identification based on digital fingerprint” Usenix, San Francisco. (August 2011).