Mobile Systems and Applications
Hari leads the Networks and Mobile Systems group at MIT CSAIL. His current interests are in system software, network protocols, and data management for a world of "truly mobile" connected devices. He has worked broadly in wireless networks and mobile computing, overlay and P2P networks, Internet architecture, routing, and congestion control, network security and privacy, and data management. Hari is also Co-Founder and CTO of Cambridge Mobile Telematics, an MIT start-up focused on making sense of big mobile data.
Using the CrowdSignals Data
Hari will use data from the CrowdSignals Campaign to evaluate a variety of new mobile systems and applications at MIT and Cambridge Mobile Telematics.
"CrowdSignals is an excellent idea! The data will provide a great way to evaluate new mobile systems and applications."
- Hari Balakrishnan, Professor, MIT CSAIL