I head the Stanford Information Networking Group (SING) and co-direct lab64, the EE maker space at Stanford. I co-directed the Secure Internet of Things Project. I research operating systems, networks, and software design, especially for embedded systems. I appreciate excellent engineering and have a self-destructive aversion to low hanging fruit.
The results of my research are used by thousands of people, run on hundreds of thousands of devices, and are the basis for Internet standards. I written some papers. I've been awarded an NSF CAREER Award and a Microsoft New Faculty Fellowship. In 2010, three of my advisees, Kannan, Mayank, and Jung Il, had the bold idea that it's possible to build a full duplex radio and founded Kumu Networks to commercialize it. I place all of my work funded industrially in the public domain.