George P. Nychis
(Nychis rhymes with stitches, Greek: Νύχι - translation)
In October of 2013, I received my Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University in Electrical & Computer Engineering, co-advised by Peter Steenkiste and Srinivasan Seshan.
I am currently in the progress of building Soroco, a fully-funded early-stage company based in Cambridge, MA (as VP of Engineering). If you are ambitious and interested, we are hiring (e-mail me for more information).
As a graduate student, my research focused in areas of dynamic spectrum access where I have contributed to flexible software-defined radio architectures, white space networking, coexistence protocols with primary users, and spectrum management to mitigate interference between secondary users. In collaboration with Microsoft, I helped deploy the first urban white space network (demonstrated directly to the FCC chairman), and helped develop the wireless protocol that shipped on the Xbox One's controllers.
Co-authors (alphabetical)David Andersen, Victor Bahl, Ranveer Chandra, Chris Fallin, Thibaud Hottelier, Hyong Kim, Thomas Moscibroda, Rohan Murty, Onur Mutlu, Vyas Sekar, Srinivasan Seshan, Peter Steenkiste, Ivan Tashev, Xiaohui Wang, Hui Zhang.
Contacting MeE-mail: gnychis at gmail dot com