Philip Levis of Stanford University heads the Stanford Information Networking Group (SING) and co-directs lab64, the EE maker space at Stanford.
He is also the faculty director of CURIS, the CS undergraduate research program.
His research focuses on the design and implementation of efficient software systems for embedded wireless sensor networks, embedded network sensor architecture and design, and systems programming and software engineering.
I head the Stanford Information Networking Group (SING) and co-direct lab64 , the EE maker space at Stanford. I'm the faculty director of CURIS , the CS undergraduate research program. I research operating systems, networks, and software design, especially for embedded systems.
Professor Philip Levis of Stanford University
Philip Levis. Stanford Platform Lab Annual Review. February 13, 2020. ... Tock: First secure embedded operating system -Key idea: write kernel in Rust, a type-safe systems language • Platform Lab research…
Tock Operating System - platformlab.stanford.edu
Philip Levis. Professor of Computer Science, Stanford University. Verified email at cs.stanford.edu. Operating Systems Network Systems Sensor Networks Embedded Systems. Title. Sort. Sort by...
Philip Levis - Google Scholar
Professor Levis' research focuses on the design and implementation of efficient software systems for embedded wireless sensor networks; embedded network sensor architecture and design; systems programming and software engineering.
Philip Levis' Profile | Stanford Profiles
Professor Levis’ research focuses on the design and implementation of efficient software systems for embedded wireless sensor networks; embedded network sensor architecture and design; systems programming and software engineering. Education…
Philip Levis | Stanford University School of Engineering
In Proceedings of the 6th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems (SenSys), 2008. [ PDF (4MB)] Tal Rusak and Philip Levis. Investigating a Physically-Based Signal Power Model for Robust…
Philip Levis' Publications - Stanford University
Embedded Sensing Systems. We research new programming languages, operating systems , and software for embedded devices. Embedded systems are difficult computer platforms for programmers to work with. The need to meet…
Embedded Sensing Systems - Stanford University
1.Memory & Performance Isolation 2.Power & Clock Control 3.Future work 9 Multiple independent applications No programmability in favor of security Result: Handful of programmers control sofware stack Example: USB Authentication…
Tock: A Secure Operating System for Microcontrollers
Philip Levis and David Culler. In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems (ASPLOS X), 2002. Slides: WWW: Paper: The nesC Language:…
Stanford Information Network Group page for Philip Levis
Philip Levis is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Departments of Stanford University. His research interest reside in the design and implementation of efficient software systems…
Philip Levis | Stanford Online