I graduated with a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology in May 2015. Currently, I am a part-time instructor in the College of Computing at Georgia Tech and am presently seeking a permanent teaching position. If your department is teaching-focused and seeking tenure-track candidates, please view my Curriculum Vitae. My anticipated availability is Fall semester 2016.
The subject of my research is system software support for the Internet of Things, and my doctoral advisor was Prof. Kishore Ramachandran. I am interested in continuing my work in developing a software platform for Internet of Things (IoT) applications and currently have several undergraduate researchers helping me on this project. I advocate such a system software platform because I feel it will make a significant difference in how quickly we will see the proliferation of IoT and it’s impact on our everyday lives. Therefore I hope to work closely with industry and place an emphasis on real-world impact.
I have had internships at:
- Cisco Systems in San Jose, CA (summer/fall 2013)
- IBM T.J. Watson Labs in Hawthorne, NY (summer 2010)
- Microsoft Research, Cambridge in Cambridge, U.K (spring 2008)
- Motorola Labs in Schaumburg, IL (summer 2005)
Personally speaking, I am a filmmaker and a gamer and have recently begun practicing martial arts. I enjoy playing a variety of games, including many modern board games, card games, and role-playing games. I don’t play too many video games these days, but there are a couple I’ve been known to play from time to time. I also have worked on a number of short films, commercials, and one feature-length film, most often doing lighting and production jobs.