I'm a third year PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at Cornell University. I am a member of the Supercloud group, coordinator for Underrepresented Professionals in Computing at Cornell (UPCC), and the Czar for the Tea & Treats program.
My research focuses on enabling mission critical technologies in Disconnected, Intermittent or Low-band networks. My work leverages replica management protocols normally found in cloud platforms to help at-risk populations (such as journalist or emergency response personnel). My current research involve Digital agriculture, emergency response support, and auditing protocols of government agencies Hakim Weatherspoon is my advisor.
Prior to coming to Cornell, I worked as a Satellite System Software Developer at Sandia National Laboratories. I graduated from the University of New Mexico with a Bachelors in Computer Science and a minor in Applied Mathematics.
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dadams39 [at] cs.cornell.edu