BiographyI joined AT&T Labs as Principal-Inventive Scientist after finishing my Ph.D. in Computer Science from New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ in 2015. My dissertation is on Location Reliability and Gamification Mechanisms for Mobile Crowd Sensing. While pursuing my PhD, I also worked as a senior Java consultant at various reputed companies to build and support web applications in insurance, hotel and pharma domains since 2006. I received my Masters in Computer Science from Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY in 2006.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Mobile & ubiquitous computing
Mobile Crowd Sensing
Secure Location Authentication of Smart Phones