Jason Redi received a B.S. in computer engineering from Lehigh University and an M.S. and Ph.D. in computer engineering from Boston University. He is presently the Director of Research and Development in the Mobile Networking Systems department of BBN Technologies. Dr. Redi has been the lead architect in numerous projects to design and deploy large mobile ad hoc wireless networks including the DARPA Small Unit Operations (SUO) program. He is currently the Principal Investigator of a program for energy-conserving networks for small robots, as well the Principal Investigator for the DARPA FCS effort on ad hoc networking using directional antennas.
Dr. Redi is author of twenty-five papers and patents in the area of mobile computing and communications. He is the founding associate editor of ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review (MC2R), and on the editorial board of Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing. He has been on the organizing and technical program committees for numberous conferences in including MobiCom, MobiHOC, and WCNC. He is a member of the IEEE, ACM, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi, and the Order of the Engineer.
For additional information see: http://www.jasonredi.com
SIGMOBILE has made tremendous gains in the past few
years. We have built a frequently referenced journal, a world-renowned
conference, and numerous flourishing workshops. However, SIGMOBILE is
completely dependent upon its volunteers for everything from conference
organization to publication formatting and design. This means that in
order for SIGMOBILE to continue to survive, the members of the
executive committee need to go beyond simply holding
titles and be willing to put in the long hours for the good of the
SIG. As Associate Editor of MC2R and member of the executive
committee, I have been heavily involved in the SIG since the very
beginning and feel my tireless efforts speak well of my dedication to
our group. I am proud of what we have built from scratch and
our continued growth. Moreover, I am motivated and passionate about
focusing on the longer term future of the SIG and am therefore asking
for your vote for vice-chair.
There are a number of steps we need to take to continue to expand our
services to members and to ensure that SIGMOBILE is seen as home of
the "mobile experts":
There are a number of steps we need to take to continue to expand our services to members and to ensure that SIGMOBILE is seen as home of the "mobile experts":