Biosignal Sensing & Processing

Signal Analysis and Interpretation Lab


University Park Campus

Los Angeles, CA 90089

The Biosignal Sensing and Processing (BioSP) group is a research team within the Signal Analysis and Interpretation Lab (SAIL) at USC. BioSP brings together students specializing in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, with a shared interest in analyzing biomedical and behavioral signals with computational methods. BioSP’s research encompasses a wide range of Signal Processing and AI techniques to process and infer from human-centered modalities. To that end, BioSP also coordinates data collection studies in both controlled and naturalistic settings.

In this website you will find comprehensive information on current and past research projects, current and past members of our team, as well as useful resources and publications we share with the community. Our partners span the domains of Psychology and Psychiatry, Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, and Medicine, both within USC and at external institutions.

Sponsors of our work include, or have included, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), and Toyota Motor North America.


Apr 22, 2024 Congratulations to Aditya, Kleanthis, and Tiantian, for receiving the IEEE EMBC NextGen Scholar Award.
Apr 17, 2024 Hong’s study on Severity Representation for Medical Images has been accepted at the 2024 CVPR Workshop on Domain adaptation, Explainability, Fairness in AI for Medical Image Analysis!
Apr 15, 2024 The BioSP team has 3 papers accepted at IEEE EMBC 2024!
Apr 5, 2024 The BioSP website is up and running!