Gave a talk at UMD's MC2 Symposium on usable, livable, and inclusive cybersecurity.
Gave a talk at Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) at Princeton on improving the user experience of software updates.
Gave two talks at Columbia University and Cornell Tech in NYC on improving the user experience of software updates.
Joined the ICTD 2016 senior program committee
Gave a talk at University of Cape Town CS Department on mobile data usage habits in South Africa.
Our paper on mobile data usage in South Africa will be presented at Ubicomp 2015.
Joined the CHI 2016 program committee.
Our paper on uCap has been accepted to CHI 2015.
Joined the Ubicomp 2015 program committee.
Gave a talk at Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) at Princeton about how users perceive and manage Internet data caps in the home.
Gave a talk at University of Maryland Science of Security meeting about user barriers to software updates.
Gave a talk at University of Cape Town CS Department on helping users to manage data caps in the home.
Awarded NSF grant to study personalization services and pollution attacks
Awarded funding from the National Security Agency for our work on software updates.
Became papers-co chair for DEV 2014.
Awarded Google research grant for project on studying mobile Internet users' data habits.
NetCHI lab website launched.
Presented a seminar at University of Cape Town.
Our paper on ISP interconnectivity in Africa was accepted to the PAM conference.
Joined the Ubicomp 2014 program committee.
Paper on "Measuring Broadband Performance in South Africa" accepted to ACM DEV.
Relocated to the DC area.
I am co-chair for the Ubicomp 2012 posters track.
I presented my work at a workshop held by the HomeWork project at Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK.
The second W-MUST workshop, that I am co-organising with Richard Mortier, was accepted for SIGCOMM 2012.
Our paper on how users manage bandwidth usage caps was conditionally accepted to CHI 2012.
I presented my work at Max Planck Institute for Software Systems in Germany.
We demoed uCap at the FutureMedia Fest conference held at Georgia Tech.
We demoed uCap at the GVU demo showcase at Georgia Tech.
I'm on a panel on home networking at the IEEE Computer Communications Workshop in Hyannis, MA.
I'm on the job market this year. I'm seeking faculty and industrial research positions. Watch this space for my application materials.
We presented our uCap demo at SIGCOMM 2011 in Toronto, Canada.
Kermit and uCap were featured on CNET.
I presented my work on Kermit at the HCI lunch at Google in Mountainview, CA.
I gave an invited talk on Kermit at Technicolor in Palo Alto, CA.
I gave an invited talk to the CS networking group at Stanford.
6.24.2011 My PhD was officially approved by Georgia Tech and I will graduate in August 2011.
Kermit was featured in many tech blogs and news sites notably Slashdot, Boing Boing, Networked World andArs Technica.
I presented our paper at the CHI 2011 conference in Vancouver, Canada.
Kermit is featured on the Gatech webpage and digital lounge.
Our Interactions column came out in the March/April issue on computing in "capped" situations.
I gave a CHI preview talk at the GVU brown bag.
I successfully defended my PhD and I'm one step closer to becoming a "Dr".
I served on the Grace Hopper 2011 PhD Forum committee.
Bethany Sumner, a student I am advising, won an "Outstanding Oral Presentation" award at the GT Undergraduate Research Symposium for her project on "Designing Music Technology in an Internet Age".
Our Kermit paper will receive a Best Paper Award at CHI 2011 in Vancouver.
I will receive an award for "Outstanding Graduate Research Assistant" at the Annual College of Computing award ceremony in April.
Our interactive paper was accepted to CSCW 2011 in China.
Our Kermit paper was accepted to CHI 2011 in Canada.
I gave an invited talk at the Interaction and Experience Research group at Intel Labs in Portland.
I gave an invited talk at the CS department at UCT.
I was featured as a past intern on the MSR Cambridge website
I presented my work at the Transnational Times workshop at Ubicomp 2010 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Intel PhD Fellowship winners for 2010 were officially announced.
I'm working on a project with Microsoft Research and Georgia Tech in Cape Town, South Africa for three months.
I was a lunch guest at the Turner 21st Century Leaders event for high school students.
I have been awarded an Intel PhD fellowship for 2010-2011.
I have been accepted to the CSST summer 2010 workshop in WA.
My research is featured on the Gatech website.
I gave a preview of our CHI paper talk at the GVU Brown Bag.
I gave a preview of our TOCHI journal paper talk at the Gatech Aware Home seminar.
I was a judge for the College of Computing at the Gatech UROP Symposium.
I was one of two students Gatech selected to attend the HCIC 2010 Winter Workshop in Fraser, Colorado.
I was a student participant at the Computing @ the Margins symposium held at Gatech.
I won a $2000 travel grant for an outstanding poster presentation at the GT Research and Innovation conference.
I'll be presenting our TOCHI journal paper on home networking at CHI 2010.
I'll be presenting & co-presenting two papers at CHI 2010, one on bandwidth monitoring and one on ICT4D.
I have been named a Foley scholar for 2009-2010.
I have been named a Foley scholar finalist for 2009-2010.
I recently finished an awesome internship at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, UK. These were my impressions.