Jeremy Gummeson

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Senior Research Fellow
224A CS Building


Wearable computing, Energy harvesting, RFID systems, backscatter communication, Green computing, Wireless sensor networks.


Jeremy's current research spans several areas including energy harvesting wearable devices, backscatter communication systems, distributed wireless sensing, optimizations for home-scale green computing, and low power environmental sensors.


Ph.D. in Computer Systems Engineering from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2013.  Jeremy was a research scientist at Hewlett Packard Labs from 2014 - 2015 and an associate research scientist at Disney Research Pittsburgh from 2015 - 2016. He joined the College of Information and Computer Science as a Senior Research Fellow in December 2016. He currently works for the Sensors Lab with Deepak Ganesan and the Laboratory for Advanced Systems Software with Prashant Shenoy.

Activities & Awards

Recipient of the "Leading the Way" award at Hewlett Packard (2015). IEEE Outstanding Senior (2006), First recipient of the "Betterment of the ECE Department" award (2006), and outstanding teaching assistant award (2006).

Jeremy has served as a reviewer for a number of conferences and journals including ACM MobiSys, ACM UbiComp, ACM CHI, IEEE RFID, ACM Transactions on Networking, and ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks. He was the web chair for ACM HotMobile in 2016.