Professor of Mobile Systems

Fellow of Jesus College

Mobile Systems Research Laboratory

I am a Full Professor of Mobile Systems in the Department of Computer Science and Technology and I head the Mobile Systems Research Laboratory. I am also the centre co-director for the Centre for Mobile, Wearable Systems and Augmented Intelligence. My interests are in the study of mobile systems, the learning from their data offline and on device and their applications, especially in terms of mobile health. I hold an ERC Advanced Research Grant (2019-2024).


  • Our paper "Exploring System Performance of Continual Learning for Mobile and Embedded Sensing Applications" won the Best Paper Award at SEC21!
  • I delivered the Strachey Lecture in the Dept of Computer Science at the University of Oxford.
  • Our paper "Early Exit Ensembles for Uncertainty Quantification" won the Thematic Award at ML4H!
  • Our paper on On-Device Emotion Recognition won the 10-Year Impact Award at ACM Ubicomp!
  • Best paper award at the EarComp Workshop 2021 for paper "PilotEar: Enabling In-ear Inertial Navigation".
  • Papers accepted at ACM Mobicom21, MobiSys21, INTERSPEECH21. See publication page for details.
  • I have delivered a talk in the MIT IoT Seminar Series.
  • I have delivered the BCS/IET Turing Talk in February 2021.
  • Download our COVID-19-Sounds data collection app.
  • The COVID-19 Sounds workshop has nice recordings now online!


I head a team of about fifteen researchers, including postdocs and PhD students. I have graduated around fifteen additional PhD students.


My publications can be found on the team's page.
My Google Scholar page is here.


You can find my bio and more about me here, including professional activities.


I work on a variety of projects funded by research councils and industry.


I teach two courses on Mobile Systems for the third and fourth year of our degree. I am also Director of Studies for Computer Science in Jesus College.