I am a 4th year Ph.D. student at University at Buffalo. My current research work is in Flexible Smartphone Energy Management where we explore flexible framework and innovative policies to smartly manage energy in smartphones. I am interested in all aspects of mobile computing and also in systems security. Read more...
This is my fourth year as an undergraduate in computer engineering at the University at Buffalo. My time here has been full of interesting events as well as unexpected opportunities. Before I was in the PhoneLab I was and still am involved in the custom ROM and Android modification community over at xda and was building ROMs as a hobby. I am now one of the Systems Administrators and platform developers for the PhoneLab. I am also working on logging all API calls in the platform. Read more...
I lead the blue Systems Research Group and also direct the PhoneLab. My research interests are in systems and networking, mobile systems, and smartphones. I teach an introduction to computer operating systems, a new freshman course on the internet, and a graduate seminar covering a variety of contemporary topics in mobile systems. Read more...
I am a fourth year undergraduate student majoring in computer science here at the University at Buffalo. I’m interested in learning all that I can during my undergraduate studies with emphasis on machine learning and big data, though after taking Operating Systems and researching in phoneLab it seems I’m becoming more inclined towards mobile systems. Read more...
I’m a second year computer science undergraduate at the University at Buffalo. I’ve been working with blue since June, 2015 on the Jouler project. When I started CSE 115 in the fall semester of my freshman year, I absolutely fell in love with programming and wanted to learn as much as I possibly could. Since then I have taught myself how to make Android and iOS applications as well as websites, scripts, games and databases. I am expanding my knowledge every day and I love it. Read more...
I’m a junior in University at Buffalo, pursuing computer science degree. I started my college career as an aerospace engineering major, as I was passionate about learning how aircraft work. I took some introductory computer science classes and found that I enjoyed computer science and programming. Thus began my exciting journey in computer science! I have broad range of interests and I am exploring what I like by trying my hands on various projects/learning experiences. Read more...
I am a Junior majoring in Computer Science at UB. My tryst with programming started less than a year ago. My learning curve has been steep but extremely rewarding. Nick Back once stated, "…if you aren’t, at any given time, scandalized by code you wrote five or three years ago, you’re not learning anywhere near enough". Thankfully though, I experience this almost every alternate day. Read more...
I am a third year computer science undergraduate student at the University at Buffalo. When I began college I was working towards a degree in business and maintained an inclination towards a liberal arts education. Growing up my interests had always been in creativity and expression rather than technical capabilities. Read more...
I am a fourth-year computer science undergraduate working in blue through the PhoneLab REU. My interests are primarily in mobile systems and distributed systems, and I generally love software engineering. I am also a Teaching Assistant for Distributed Systems and Intro to Computer Science. Read more...
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- Natasha Sanford
- Oliver Kennedy
- Parth Shah
- Patrick Jones
- Rachel Roberts
- Raja Jurdak (CSIRO ICT Center)
- Rakesh Balasubramaniam
- Ramya Rao
- Ranveer Chandra (Microsoft Research)
- Richard Hanulewicz
- Rizwana Begum (Drexel University)
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- Sean Purdon (University of Queensland)
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- Steve Bass
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- Timothy Eilinger
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