Thuan (1990) and Nicole Pham Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Dina Katabi is the Thuan (1990) and Nicole Pham Professor at MIT’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and director of the MIT Center for Wireless Networks and Mobile Computing. Her research spans congestion control, network measurements, scalability and robustness of communication systems, differentiated services, Internet pricing, routing, content distribution, peer-to-peer systems, self-configurable and wireless networks, and network security. Katabi has a particular interest in adapting tools from various fields of applied mathematics, like control theory, coding theory, and AI to solve problems in computer networks. She has received an Association for Computing Machinery prize in computing for her work in the field of networking. She earned a BS from the University of Damascus, and an MS and PhD in computer science from MIT.
- Au-Yeung, W-T. M., Miller, L., Beattie, Z., May, R., Cray, H. V., Kabelac, Z., Katabi, D., Kaye, J., Vahia, I. V. (2021). Monitoring Behaviors of Patients With Late-Stage Dementia Using Passive Environmental Sensing Approaches: A Case Series. The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry.
- Zhao, M., Hoti, K., Wang, H., Raghu, A., Katabi, D. (2021). Assessment of medication self-administration using artificial intelligence. Nature Medicine 27 (4), 727-735.
- Adans-Dester, C. P., Bamberg, S., Bertacchi, F. P., Caulfield, B., Chappie, K., Katabi, D., et. al. (2020). Can mHealth technology help mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic? IEEE Open Journal of Engineering in Medicine and Biology 1, 243-248.
- Vahia, I. V., May, R., Kabelac, Z., Owoyemi, P., Hoti, K., Munir, U., Katabi, D. (2020). Mapping behavior symptoms in dementia using passive radio sensing. 2020 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference.
March 18, 2021: MIT News, System detects errors when medication is self-administered.
August 24, 2020: Venture Beat, MIT CSAIL’s RF-Diary monitors people through walls and in total darkness.
May 18, 2020: MIT News, What can your microwave tell you about your health?