Faculty

CSE 646
tomcs.washington.edu

Distributed systems, networks, operating systems, security, parallel computing, education

CSE 642
jonfcs.washington.edu

Human-computer interaction, ubiquitous computing, sensing, accessibility

CSE 568
gshyamcs.washington.edu

Computational health, networks, bio-robotics, wireless, mobile and ubiquitous computing, sensing, security and privacy

vsiyercs.washington.edu
Wireless systems for ultra-low power and battery-free communication and sensing; bio-inspired and bio-integrative systems; insect-scale robotics.
klavinsee.washington.edu
Adjunct, Electrical & Computer Engineering

Control systems, robotics and synthetic biology

CSE 540
shwetakcs.washington.edu

Ubiquitous computing, sensing, human-computer interaction, embedded systems

M226 EEB
matt.reynoldsece.uw.edu
Adjunct, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Ultra-low power sensing and computation, RFID, wireless power transfer, biomedical applications, and smart materials and surfaces
CSE 582
jrscs.washington.edu

Sensor systems; wireless power; sensing for robotics; ubiquitous computing; personal robotics

jesunuw.edu
Adjunct, Medicine
Clinical implementation (proof-of-concept, pilots, trials), public health, biomedical applications

Graduate Students (CSE)

EE359
jiangltcs.washington.edu
Mechanical Engineering PhD Student

Liang-Ting (aka "LT") is a PhD student in Mechanical Engineering at University of Washington. He is a member of the Sensor Systems Research Group led by Joshua Smith in Department of Computer Science and Engineering. His research interest is developing novel sensing techniques for robotic perception and manipulation.

Staff

CSE 462
lmerlincs.washington.edu