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Jacob Sorber, Ph.D

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Dartmouth College, Department of Computer Science

Jacob's research is focused on making mobile computing systems and wireless sensor networks more secure, more efficient, and easier to use. In 2010, he completed his PhD at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he explored language and runtime system-level techniques for building mobile sensors that are both energy-aware and self-managing. Jacob also completed a B.S. in Computer Science at Brigham Young University, in 2002.

Jacob joined ISTS in 2010 as a postdoctoral associate, working with David Kotz on improving the security and performance of mHealth sensing systems.

Email: jacob.m.sorber[at]dartmouth.edu

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