"How do we power, program, network, manage, and interact with trillions of smart devices? The potential for great impact exists, and my research focuses on designing, building, and deploying systems to answer these questions."
Brad joined the University of Virginia in 2017 as a member of the Link Lab after receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. His research interests broadly include wireless embedded systems, with a focus on new energy-harvesting sensors, networks of connected "things", and application-driven sensing systems and deployments.
Internet of Things
Safely and Efficiently Multiprogramming a 64 kB Computer - SOSP'17 Amit Levy, Bradford Campbell, Branden Ghena, Daniel B. Giffin, Pat Pannuto, Prabal Dutta, and Philip Levis
Gemini: A Non-invasive, Energy-Harvesting True Power Meter - RTSS'14 ABSBradford Campbell and Prabal Dutta
An Energy-Harvesting Sensor Architecture and Toolkit for Building Monitoring and Event Detection - BuildSys'14 ABSBradford Campbell and Prabal Dutta
Monjolo: An Energy-harvesting Energy Meter Architecture - SenSys'13 ABSSamuel DeBruin, Bradford Campbell, and Prabal Dutta