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Matt Welsh

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Matt Welsh is associate professor of Computer Science at Harvard. He received a B.S. in Computer Science from Cornell in 1996 and the Ph.D. from Berkeley in 2002. His research interests span many aspects of complex systems, including Internet services, distributed systems, and sensor networks. His current projects include macroprogramming languages and resource management techniques for sensor networks, as well as deployments in application settings such as medical care and seismology. Prior to joining Harvard, Welsh spent one year as a visiting researcher at Intel Research, Berkeley, as a member of the TinyOS project team. There he was one of the core developers of the NesC language used by TinyOS and the TOSSIM sensor network simulator.