I am an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and a member of WINLAB at Rutgers University. My research interests are at the intersection of human-computer interaction, mobile computing, and security engineering. I am particularly interested in privacy, social computing, context-aware communications, and (un)distracted driving. There is always room for exceptional students in my group. If you are interested, send a note about what have you done beyond classwork: janne@winlab.rutgers.edu.

Elastic Pathing: Your Speed is Enough to Track You will appear in UbiComp'14! See also the Elastic Pathing Project Website for source code, traces and more!

Our work on User-Generated Free-Form Gestures for Authentication: Security and Memorability appeared in MobiSys'14! Uncovering Facebook Side Channels and User Attitudes appeared in W2SP'14. Two papers from our group in USEC'14: A Field Study of Run-Time Location Access Disclosures on Android Smartphones and Should I Protect You? Understanding Developers’ Behavior to Privacy-Preserving APIs. The Motivations and Experiences of the On-Demand Mobile Workforce appeared in CSCW'14! We also had papers appearing in UbiComp'12 and MobiCom'12 (best paper award), see details below! The works have also been featured in MIT Technology Review, New York Times, Tech Republic and other venues.

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