About Leo Selavo
Leo Selavo has received his Ph.D in Computer Science from the University of Pittsburgh. After the graduation he has worked with networked embedded systems and wireless sensor networks at the University of Virginia and the Institute of Electronics and Computer Science. Presently Leo is a full professor at the Faculty of Computing at the University of Latvia.
Leo is interested in interdisciplinary research and development that positively changes the world. His focus is on wireless sensor networks and Internet of Things (WSN/IoT): the enabling technologies for pervasive and unobtrusive macroscope, their applications, and the way they change the humanity. Specifically, on digital healthcare and intelligent transportation systems, prototyping platforms and embedded operating systems, directional communication, and effective IoT applications.