Graduate Research Assistant | Clemson University
Simeon is a PhD Student in Computer Science at Clemson University with a demonstrated history of working in the area of IoT, Data Science and Engineering. Skilled in intermittent and ultra-low-power computing for embedded systems, wireless sensor networks, energy harvesting, and resource-efficient machine learning for embedded and mobile platforms. His research currently lies in the area of batteryless computing and wireless sensor networks, particularly on investigating efficient communication mechanisms for emerging battery-free, energy harvesting devices and sensors that are plagued with frequent power failures and resource constraints. Simeon is a graduate research assistant in the PERSIST research lab. at Clemson and advised by Dr. Jacob Sorber.