Justin Chan

PhD Student @ University of Washington

Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Wireless Systems and Mobile Networks

+1 415-290-2945
391 (Office), 302 (Lab)
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I am a 2nd year PhD student working with Shyam Gollakota on wireless systems and the Internet of Things in the Networks and Mobile Systems lab.

I earned my Bachelors degree with high honors in computer science and digital arts from Dartmouth (2015) where I did some work on wireless networks and robotics. After that I spent a year wrangling distributed systems at Microsoft.

Publications



Data Storage and Interaction using Magnetized Fabric


Justin Chan and Shyam Gollakota
UIST, 2017.
Magnetized conductive fabric can store data and create gestures. Decode information with a smartphone.




3D Printing Your Wireless Coverage


Hot Paper Award
Gold Medal - ACM Student Research Competition
Justin Chan, Changxi Zheng, and Xia Zhou
HotWireless (poster at MobiCom), 2015.
WiPrint: 3D printed reflectors optimized to enhance or weaken WiFi signals within any environment.


Service

Reviewing
IMC Shadow PC 2017

Undergrads

Sandeep Chowdary: Magnetic tracking and gesture recognition
Darin Chin: Smartphone packet sniffing

Teaching