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Zary Segall is Aether Systems Distinguished Professor in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department at UMBC. Prior to joining the University of Oregon as Computer and Information Science Department Head, Professor Segall was at Carnegie Mellon University. As part of his research activity, he had developed theoretical methods and practical systems for parallel processing, highly dependable systems, networking and wearable information systems. His work led to software licensing to IBM, AT&T, GE and NASA and to applications to parallel processing, NASA missions, Air Traffic Control and telecommunication services. Dr. Segall is a fellow of the IEEE Computer Society and a Fulbright Distinguished Chair.
- S. Dornbush, J. English, T. Oates, Z. Segall, and A. Joshi, "XPod: A Human Activity Aware Learning Mobile Music Player", InProceedings, Proceedings of the Workshop on Ambient Intelligence, 20th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-2007), January 2007, 3588 downloads, 13 citations.
- S. Dornbush, K. Fisher, K. McKay, A. Prikhodko, and Z. Segall, "XPod a human activity and emotion aware mobile music player", InProceedings, Proceedings of the International Conference on Mobile Technology, Applications and Systems, November 2005, 7053 downloads, 18 citations.
- iConnect, Faculty