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Stephen Dawson-Haggerty

Ph.D. Student in the LoCal Group
University of California, Berkeley Computer Sciences

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Stephen Dawson-Haggerty is a 5th-year Ph.D. student in the LoCal group working on data collection architecture and infrastructure for a future where time series data from transducers is ubiquitous. He has a background in embedded sensing and networking, conducting large-scale deployments of wireless sensors in (and on) forests, volcanos, and currently commercial buildings. He is the principle developer of blip, the low-power IPv6 networking stack for the TinyOS operating system.