I joined the Mobile and Sensing Systems Group at Microsoft Research Asia in late 2012. My main research interests are mobile and context-aware systems, digital entertainment, and data pipelines/analytics, but my research work also covers aspects of software engineering and testing.
Before joining Microsoft Research I was a Research Scientist at Nokia Institute of Technology (INdT), a Nokia-founded R&D lab in Brazil. I received my doctorate in Computer Science from PUC-Rio in 2010 and my BSc from UFPE.
I also have experience as System/Software Architect, as well as leading development teams (as team leader and product owner) on projects for companies such as C.E.S.A.R., Motorola, Nokia, Petrobras, and others.
Community Services (recent):
* 2016: ACM SIGGRAPH Asia’s Symposium on Mobile Graphics and Interactive Applications (MGIA) Co-chair.
* Co-guest editor: Computer & Graphics, Special Issue on Recent Mobile Graphics Research, 2016.
Entertainment Computing (2016), IEEE WoWMoM, SBC RITA (2015), IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, Mobiquitous (2014), MobiCASE (2013).
Börje F. Karlsson
Microsoft Research Asia
T2/12431, No. 5 Danling St
Beijing, P.R. China 100080
E-mail: [alias] borje.karlsson
Chengliang Gao (’16 Peking University, MSc)
Ting Pan (’16 Univ. of Nottingham, UK, Co-advised with Yuanchao Shu)
Yi Luo (’16 Beihang University)
Yiming Liu (’15/’16 SJTU, Joint PhD at MSRA)
Kexiong “Curtis” Zeng (’15 Virginia Tech, PhD candidate)
Zheyi Pan (’14/’15 SJTU, Joint PhD at MSRA)
Jiancheng Li (’14/’15 Beihang University)
Zhaoming Wu (’13 Tsinghua, Co-advised with Nic Lane)
Hang Wu (’13 Tsinghua, Co-advised with Nic Lane)