I am a faculty at Stony Brook University.
My students and I work on topics in the intersection of networking and systems, with a focus on smartphones and wearable devices. To learn more about our research, see the NetSys Lab Website.
I will be teaching CS534: Fundamentals of Computer Networks in Spring 2018. Non-computer science majors can enroll after the drop date in Spring, depending on space availability (although the class usually gets full)
We released a video of UIWear here. Jian Xu will be presented UIWear at Mobicom on October 19th.
Received funding from Google Chrome for designing new Web QoE metrics using gaze, with Samir Das.
Received two NSF awards with my Co-PIs, one on using gaze tracking for Web performance and the other on extending smartphone UIs to wearables
Yi presented our poster on rethinking TCP modeling and Mallesh and Conor presented our poster on understanding hardware bottlenecks in Web page loads at Sigcomm 2017.
UIWear accepted at Mobicom 2017. Congratulations to Jian and Qingqing!
The camera-ready NSDI paper on Webgaze is out!. All data, gaze tracks, and videos of Webgaze performance are available on the Webgaze website.
An article about PrIA appeared in the MIT Technology Review, was featured in the Stony Brook News (starts at 5.13), and Publico's technology newsletter (in Portuguese).
A position paper on PrIA accepted at HotMobile.
Recon paper accepted at Sigmetrics 2017. Congratulations to Yi Cao and Javad Nejati.
WebGaze paper accepted at NSDI 2017. Congratulations to Conor Kelton and Jihoon Ryoo. Stay tuned for our data release.
I joined the Editorial board of the GetMobile Magazine.
I will be serving on the following Program Committess for 2017: WWW, MobiSys, Mobicom, CoNext, Infocom, HotMobile, COMSNET.
I am the facilitator for the Girls Who Code club at the Comsewogue Library in Port Jefferson Station. Very excited to see what we can do this year.
Te-Yuan Huang and I served as the Sigcomm N2Women chairs in 2016. We designed a new N2Women dinner event before the conference. We got some very interesting and encouraging feedback, and this event will likely continue in the next years.