(07/2017) Three first-authored papers accepted to ACM SenSys 2017!
(06/2017) I am serving as Publicity Chair, and on the TPC for ENSsys 2017. Submit your work!
(05/2017) I graduated.
(04/2017) I will be joining the EECS dept. of Northwestern University as an Assistant Professor!
(03/2017) Successfully defended my dissertation.
(09/2016) Attended the amazing NextProf Workshop at University of Michigan.
(07/2016) Amulet paper accepted to ACM SenSys 2016.
(06/2016) I am serving as Publicity Chair, and on the TPC for ENSsys 2016. Submit your work!
(02/2016) I received the Outstanding CS PhD Student Award from the School of Computing .
(11/2015) We won Best Poster at ACM SenSys 2015
(07/2015) Federated Energy paper accepted to ACM SenSys 2015
(11/2014) Ekho paper won Best Paper award at ACM SenSys 2014.
(09/2014) Ekho paper accepted to ACM SenSys 2014.
(06/2013) We won Best Poster at IEEE SECON 2013.
beSocratic is an online assessment system focused on providing students with proper feedback and teachers with meaningful analysis. I authored the iPad and mobile web student facing viewer application.
This project contains a progression of physical simulations using OpenGL, GLSL, and WebGL. Currently holds a bouning ball simulation in WebGL, and GPU based implementations of particles, flocking, and deformable bodies.
Simple, one header library that interfaces over SPI with the CC110X chips (and probably the CC2500). These are common, cheap, and good low frequency RF transcievers you can find around the internet. This library is meant as a small footprint replacement for MRFI and BSP. This library works great with the CC1101 PCB described below.
Analog-front-end for Ekho, this does the IV measurements, and interfaces with the MCU and synthetic load, or test device to record or emulate IV-surfaces.
Tuned to 433MHz, very small, RF transceiver using TI’s standard CC1101 module, and a chip antenna. Parts needed are listed in the schematic.
The UMich Moo is a passive Computational RFID platform that harvests RFID reader energy from the UHF band, communicates with an RFID reader, and processes data from its onboard temperature sensor and accelerometer. I maintain the EAGLE port of the design files.
Used to monitor the structural health of older buildings by breaking out a high accuracy, low noise, precision accelerometer from Silicon Designs. Sits in a low noise package with very low shutdown current. Soon to be deployed on Fort Sumter.
Mobile version of Ekho as a Teensy daughter board. Programmable duty cycle, can last for weeks gathering IV-surfaces.
Represented Clemson on a month-long, multi-national, humanitarian mission to an impoverished part of Tamil Nadu, India. [Article]
Lead development of iOS and Android mobile apps for multiple properties in the Penton Media portfolio. Also mentored and trained other developers in mobile best practices.
Lead developer and contractor for all things mobile, and web.
Redesigned MessageGrid, a student collaboration tool. Also wrote parts of CUeportfolio, Clemson's online artifact tagging system.