Systems Research Engineer
Philip Levis received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from UC Berkeley where he researched application-specific bytecode interpreters to dynamically reprogram networks of tiny, low-power sensors. Since then, he has researched embedded and secure operating systems, high-performance distributed systems, and wireless networks. Philip’s research interests include high-performance data analytics, hardware root-of-trust devices, and hardware/software trade-offs. He appreciates excellent engineering and has a self-destructive aversion to low hanging fruit.
Philip is on leave from Stanford University, where he is a Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering.