Current work

I'm currently a graduate student in computer science at Dartmouth College working with Professor David Kotz. My research interests are in mobile health (mHealth), and wireless sensor networks. My work is funded by the National Science Foundation's Trustworthy Health and Wellness (THaW) grant.

My recent work, a project called Wanda, is about introducing new devices into an environment in a secure manner. I presented this work at INFOCOM 2016 in San Francisco were we won the Best-In-Session presentation award. This work was also featured in over 200 newspaper, radio, and television programs, including: the New York Times and Washington Post.

My work also appeared at MobiSys 2016 and I presented related work on secure short-range communications at the MobiCom S3 2017 workshop.

I also have a paper on cloud computing that will appear in IEEE Pervasive Computing in early 2018.

I'm teaching CS 10 in Spring 2018

Most days you can find me in office 210 of Sudikoff Lab or you can email me at tjp at cs.dartmouth.edu.