BSEE Brown University, 1970M.S. Computer Science, Brown University, 1975Ph.D. Computer Science, Brown University, 1979
"Our main work is creating technology for healthcare, especially for the elderly. Using smart homes, phones, wearables, and in-situ sensors, our technology is applied to patients with dementia, depression, epilepsy and obesity. We are also performing research for smart cities of the future. In particular, this work focuses on improving services and ensuring safety of smart cities."
John A. Stankovic, BP America Professor
Research interests include:
Internet of Things, Wireless Health, Smart Buildings/Cities, Embedded Systems
Professor John A. Stankovic is the BP America Professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of Virginia. He has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of York for his work in real-time systems. He won the IEEE Real-Time Systems Technical Committee's Award for Outstanding Technical Contributions and Leadership. He also won the IEEE Technical Committee on Distributed Processing Distinguished Achievement Award (inaugural winner). He has seven Best Paper awards. He also has two Best Paper Runner Up Awards. He has also been a finalist for multiple other Best Paper Awards. Stankovic has an h-index of 115 and over 52,500 citations. In 2015 he was awarded the Univ. of Virginia Distinguished Scientist Award, and in 2010 the School of Engineering’s Distinguished Faculty Award. He also received a Distinguished Faculty Award from the University of Massachusetts. He has given more than 40 Keynote talks at conferences and many Distinguished Lectures at major Universities He was the Editor-in-Chief for the IEEE Transactions on Distributed and Parallel Systems and was founder and co-editor-in-chief for the Real-Time Systems Journal.
Life Fellow of the IEEE (for research contributions in distributed and real-time computing)1994
Fellow of the ACM1996
Honorary Doctorate, University of York, U.K.2015
University of Virginia Distinguished Scientist AwardAugust 2015
School of Engineering Distinguished Faculty Award, Univ. of VirginiaSept. 2010
Outstanding Scholar Award - School of Engineering, University of Massachusetts1983
IEEE Award for Outstanding Technical Contributions and Leadership in Real-TimeSystems - TC on Real-Time SystemsDecember 2000
AsthmaGuide: An Asthma Monitoring and Advice Ecosystem, Wireless Health, nominated for best paper, Oct. 2016. H. Ra, A. Salekin, H. Yoon, J. Kim, S. Nirjon, D. Stone, S. Kim, J. Lee, S. Son, and J. Stankovic
CityGuard: A Watchdog for Safety-Aware Conflict Detection and Resolution in Smart Cities, IOTDI, April 2017, April 2017. M. Ma, S. Preum, and J. Stankovic
PreCluDe: Conflict Detection in Textual Health Advice, Percom 2017, March 2017. S. Preum, A. Mondol, M. Ma, H.Wang, and J. Stankovic
t-kernel: Providing Reliable OS Support to Wireless Sensor Networks, ACM SenSys, acceptance rate 19%, Best Paper Award, Nov. 2006. L. Gu and J. Stankovic
Abdelzaher, Range-Free Localization Schemes for Large Scale Sensor Networks, Mobicom, September 2003. (acceptance rate 9%). T. He, C. Huang, B. Blum, J. Stankovic, T.