TurtleNet: In situ monitoring study of threatened Gopher Tortoises

Jacob Sorber

Assistant Professor
The School of Computing
Clemson University

Jacob Sorber


(11/2014) Ekho paper wins best paper award at SenSys 2014!  (09/2014) Ekho paper accepted to SenSys 2014  (10/2013) The Amulet project has received funding from the National Science Foundation.  (06/2013) Josiah Hester presented a poster on sustainable pipeline monitoring and won best poster at SECON 2013  (05/2012) TARDIS paper accepted to USENIX Security 2012  (03/2012) Plug-n-Trust paper accepted to MobiSys 2012 

About Me

I'm an Assistant Professor of Computer Science in the School of Computing at Clemson University.

Before Clemson: PostDoc (Dartmouth College, 2010-2012) — MS/PhD (UMass Amherst, 2010) — Intern (Intel Research,2007) — BS (BYU, 2002)

I am always looking for smart, motivated students, but please read this first.

[My CV]

Research Interests

Broadly: Mobile Systems, Wireless Sensor Networks, and Pervasive Computing.

Specifically: Security and privacy in mHealth sensing, perpetual systems, energy management and awareness, runtime profiling and adaptation, programming languages, operating systems, and disruption tolerant computing.

Projects: mHealth Security and Privacy, Perpetual Systems (Tula, Eon, TurtleNet), RFID-scale computing (Mementos), and Hierarchical Power Management (see Turducken and Triage papers).




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Best Presentation, Ph.D. Forum, MobiSys 2008, Breckenridge, CO.