- Shengjie Bi (2021).
Detection of health-related behaviours using head-mounted devices.
Now a Research Scientist at Facebook.
- Travis Peters (2020).
Trustworthy Wireless Personal Area Networks.
Now at a security consulting firm (Include Security).
- Tim Pierson (2018).
Secure short-range communications.
Now a Lecturer at Dartmouth College.
- Shrirang Mare (2016).
Seamless Authentication for Ubiquitous Devices.
Now an Assistant Professor at Western Washington University.
- Aarathi Prasad (2016).
Privacy-preserving controls for sharing mHealth data.
Now Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Skidmore College.
- Cory Cornelius (2013).
Usable Security for Wireless Body-Area Networks.
Now at Intel Labs in Hillsboro.
- Keren Tan (2011).
Wireless Local-area Network Measurement and Privacy Analysis.
Now at Facebook.
- Udayan Deshpande (2008),
Refocusable Sampling Infrastructure for 802.11
Now at Gigamon.
- Ming Li (2008),
part of the
Now at Daily Goods Design LABS.
- Soumendra Nanda (2008),
a Monitoring and Management System for
Wireless Mesh Networks.
Now at Parallel Wireless
after many years at BAE Systems.
- Libo Song (2008),
Mobility Predictors in Wireless Networks for Improving Handoff
and Opportunistic Routing.
Now at Google.
- Kazuhiro Minami (2006),
Now an Associate Professor at the National Institute
of Informatics in Tokyo.
- Guanling Chen (2004),
Solar: Building a
context fusion network for pervasive computing.
Leader of the Solar project.
Now CTO and cofounder of ForU (China), after many years
as a tenured professor of Computer Science at
University of Massachusetts, Lowell.
- Ron Oldfield (2003),
for Computational Grid Applications;
and Armada home page.
Now Manager, Scalable Analysis and Visualization
at Sandia National Laboratories.
- Jonathan Bredin (2001),
Control of Mobile-agent Systems.
Most recently VP at Two Sigma Investments.
Was an Associate Professor of Mathematics at
- Jon Howell (2000),
Naming and sharing
resources across administrative boundaries and
Now at VMware Research, after many years at Microsoft Research
- Nils Nieuwejaar (1996),
A New Parallel File System for Parallel Applications and
see Galley project.
Now at Brightgate Inc.