Dr. James Weatherall (alumni)
User ID:jnw22
Position:Research Associate
Homepage:http://www-lce.eng.cam.ac.uk /~jnw22 /
Overview and Interests
James Weatherall read a BA in Computer Science at the University of Cambridge. After graduating in 1997, he remained in Cambridge to spend a pre-doctoral year at what was then the Olivetti & Oracle Research Lab, Cambridge, where he worked on VNC. He joined the LCE as a PhD student in October 1998, where he remains as a Research Associate. His PhD. project was a ubiquitous control architecture for low power and embedded systems. The project builds on AT&T Labs' wireless Prototype Embedded Network (PEN).

1. James Neil Weatherall, "An Embedded Ubiquitous Control Architecture for Low Power Systems," PhD thesis, Apr 2002

2. James "Wez" Weatherall, Duncan Grisby, "A Ubiquitous Control Architecture for Low Power Systems," ARCS 2002 International Conference on Architecture of Computer Systems, Springer-Verlag, Apr 2002

3. James Weatherall, Alan Jones, "Ubiquitous Networks and their Applications," IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine, Feb 2002

4. James Weatherall, "Middleware for Low Power Mobiles," Middleware 2001 - Middleware for Mobile Computing advanced topic workshop, Nov 2001

5. James "Wez" Weatherall, David Scott, "Mobile Computing with Python," The Ninth International Python Conference, pp. 87-96, Foretec Seminars, Inc., Mar 2001

6. J. N. Weatherall, "The R2 Low-Power Messaging and Rendezvous Layer ," Proceedings of SIGOPS European Workshop, pp. 43-48, ACM, Sep 2000

7. J. N. Weatherall, A. Hopper, "Predator: A Distributed Location Service and Example Applications," Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1670: Cooperative Buildings, pp. 127-139, Springer-Verlag, Oct 1999