Andrew T. Campbell is a professor of computer science at Dartmouth College. His group developed a number of early mobile sensing systems. Before joining Dartmouth, he was a tenured associate professor of electrical engineering at Columbia University working on wireless networks. Prior to that, he spent ten years in the software industry leading research and development in operating systems. He has been a visiting professor at CMU Rwanda, University of Salamanca and Cambridge University. During 2016-2017, Andrew took a leave from his ivory tower and joined Google and Verily (formerly Google Life Sciences) working on wearables in the Android group and mental health sensing with Verily. His work on mobile sensing has been covered widely by the popular press as well as TV and radio. He lives in Vermont with his wife Susan Zak and sons Miles and Will.
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