Josh Siegel, Ph.D.

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Assistant Professor, Michigan State University

Josh Siegel is an assistant professor at Michigan State University and the lead instructor for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Internet of Things Bootcamp. Siegel was previously a research scientist at MIT and the founder of automotive companies. He received his Ph.D. (2015), S.M. (2013) and S.B. (2011) in mechanical engineering from MIT. Siegel and his companies have been recognized with accolades, including the Lemelson–MIT Student Prize and the MassIT Government Innovation Prize. He has multiple issued patents, published in top scholarly venues, and been featured in popular media. Siegel's ongoing research develops architectures for secure and efficient connectivity, applications for pervasively sensed data, and intelligent vehicle diagnostics.

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