Adam Dunkels, PhD, is the CEO and co-founder of Thingsquare and a
pioneer in the Internet of Things area. He is the author of the
Contiki operating system, the uIP and lwIP TCP/IP stacks, and the
protothreads programming abstraction, all of which have been used in a
large number of systems and devices for over a decade.
In 2009, the MIT Technology Review named him a TR35, top 35 innovator
under 35. He has also received the ACM SIGOPS EuroSys Roger Needham
award and the ERCIM Cor Baayen award. He is a co-founder of the IPSO
Alliance together with a group of major IoT industry vendors. He has
authored and co-authored over 80 scientific papers and has served on
many top-tier program committees. His book, "Interconnecting Smart
Objects with IP - the Next Internet", co-authored with JP Vasseur and
with a foreword by Vint Cerf, was published in 2010.