Advanced Development Team
Microsoft Research, Redmond
Manager: Darren Gehring
work phone: 425 705-7981
Below are the projects and people that I worked with:
Natural, Dynamic, Data Visualization
Drawbridge is a lightweight form of virtualization for application sandboxing. Drawbridge combines two core technologies: First, a picoprocess, which is a process-based isolation container with a minimal kernel API surface. Second, a library OS, which is a version of Windows enlightened to run efficiently within a picoprocess. In 2011-2012, the core Drawbridge research team moved to the Azure division, where we deployed Drawbridge as a sandboxing solution used within Azure services.
Wireless Mesh ID Networking Project
- Data Center Genome Project
The DC Genome Project is a joint project between Microsoft Research (MSR) and Microsoft Global Foundation Services (GFS). The goal of the project is to use data-driven and feedback control approaches to monitor, analyze, and improve data center operation efficiencies, to maximize data center capacity utilization, and to minimize their environmental impacts.
Kinect SDK Project
- Kinect for Windows SDK Beta
The Kinect for Windows SDK beta from Microsoft Research is a programming toolkit for application developers. It enables the academic and enthusiast communities easy access to the capabilities offered by the Microsoft Kinect device connected to computers running the Windows 7 operating system.