Ph.D. (in progress) at University of California, San Diego M.S. at University of California, San Diego B.S. at University of California, Los Angeles
Who am I?
I am a current PhD student in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at the University fo California, San Diego. I am advised by William Griswold. I graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles in the Spring of 2009 with a degree in Computer Science. While at UCLA, I was a CENS Intel Scholar and did research at the Center for Embedded Networked Sensing.
Publications & Past ProjectsList of publications Awards
What do I do?
My current research focuses on continuous, wireless health and exposure monitoring systems and the challanges that arise when building such systems. In particular, I am interested in issues of energy management, networking, and user-context recognition. I work on the CitiSense project, which tracks individual exposure to air pollution through an complete, end-to-end monitoring system: a body-worn sensor board, a mobile phone application for presenting feedback to users, and a back-end server for presenting personal exposure history and further analysis. More detailed information can be found in:
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