Product Development and Team Building
Qualcomm Snapdragon Smart Protect
Mobile security based on machine learning. This technology, which enables detection of 0-day malware, is a standard part of the Qualcomm Android platform and a cornerstone of Qualcomm’s security products. A significant intellectual property portfolio was created.
Qualcomm’s Math Libraries
Team developed the Qualcomm Snapdragon Math Libraries, which power higher level machine frameworks including Deep Learning Frameworks.
Mobile heterogeneous compute platform to program CPU/GPU/DSP, and associated mobile heterogeneous implementation of library for linear algebra and core math functions. This SDK is used by major OEMs.
Qualcomm iZat Platform
Indoor positioning technologies. Foundation for the iZat location platform that delivered indoor accuracy to with 3–5 meters using novel technologies that fuse various contexts. Team designed the Android pedometer, which is used in phones and watches.
NTT DoCoMo Mobile Phone Software
Built and led a world-class team in designing mobile phone software specifications for 3G phones, including middleware, device management, and device security.
Oversaw development of the first globally deployed, wireless, multichannel e-commerce application ever built, which was considered the leading consumer multichannel e-commerce application at the time.
IBM Pervasive Computing
Founded and led the pervasive computing team responsible for the “Websphere Everyplace” series of products and for building the software infrastructure to support the pervasive Internet.
IEEE Pervasive Computing, "Smartphones" Department Editor
Qualcomm Research Day
Conceived and organized the annual Qualcomm Research Day event to showcase technologies and partner with companies in Silicon Valley. The event attracts more than 100 partner companies annually, and has led to new partnerships in computer vision, machine learning, security, and Android app development.
Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship
Developed university relations programs including the Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship (QinF). This program, which has granted several million dollars to date, is now deployed worldwide at over 25 universities in the USA, China, India, UK, Korea, Austria, and Switzerland.
University Research Partnerships
While at NTT DoCoMo, initiated and managed research collaborations with Georgia Tech; the University of California, Berkeley; Carnegie Mellon University; and the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.