Category Archives: Energy harvesting

Ph.D. Dissertation Defended

Yes, I did it! Wednesday April 24th, 4pm EST, following a presentation attended by many of my fellow WimNet group members and coauthors from other groups, and following an intense and engaged period of questioning by the committee, I was … Continue reading

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Microsoft Research Presentation Video

A video of a talk I recently gave at Microsoft Research Seattle is now available online. In this talk I introduced the Energy Harvesting Active Networked Tags Project and talked about my contributions to the project and to the overall … Continue reading

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EnHANTs Project Demo Video

We have put together a video of the EnHANTs testbed demonstration, based on the demonstration we presented — and got the Best Student Demo Award for — at ACM SenSys 2011 back in November. The video is available here.

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Bright Future for Wearable Smart Devices?

This week’s Economist has a piece on Marc Andreessen, a founder of Mosaic and Netscape turned venture capitalist. One of the things he apparently believes is that there soon be drastic changes in realm of personal technology and “body area … Continue reading

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