Computer Science Department
Stanford, CA 94305.
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I lead R&D in data-driven healthcare systems and services at Fujitsu's US research lab. Healthcare is going through some fundamental disruptions that, I believe, will dramatically alter our ability to care for ourselves and for others for the better. It is exciting to work at the intersection of health, care, and technology and to help usher in the future through pilots with strategic partners.
The Veteran's Health Administration was one of our early partners; some of our work public work with them is described here: Driven to Distraction, and in this CBS This Morning piece.
Previously, I led research in software security and services at NTT Docomo's US research lab. Docomo is a global leader in wireless technologies; it brought the world's first 3G service and the world's first mobile app store to its consumers in 2001. Our group invented programming language-based techniques for mobile and web app safety and privacy, helped shift the perspective of business units responsible for mobile software development, and pioneered a human-centric service research practice. It was all quite exciting.
In the interest of timely and convenient access to scientific work, here is a partial list of selected publications, patents, public presentations, and research software prototypes. If you're interested in any of this material, don't hesitate to contact me. Please note that published material is typically covered by the copyright of the publisher, and the usual dissemination contracts apply.
For those who have pondered this question all too often, here is a list of cafes in San Francisco, although the list needs significant updates. I am always looking for new suggestions on this topic, so don't hesitate to share your favorites with me as well.