Stefan Saroiu is a senior researcher in the Mobility and Networking
Research group at Microsoft Research (MSR) in Redmond. Stefan's research
interests span mobile systems, computer security, and distributed systems.
With his colleagues at MSR, he has designed and built the reference
implementation of a software-based Trusted Platform Module (TPM), which is
used in many smartphones and tablets on the market today. Before joining
MSR in 2008, Stefan spent three years as an Assistant Professor at the
University of Toronto, and four months at Amazon.com as a visiting
researcher where he worked on the early designs of their new shopping cart
system (aka Dynamo). Stefan obtained his Ph.D. from the University of
Washington where he was co-advised by Steve Gribble and Hank Levy.