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Sidharth Nabar Phones & Addresses

  • Issaquah, WA
  • Seattle, WA
  • New York, NY

Work

Company: Microsoft Feb 2013 Address: Redmond Position: Program manager 2

Education

School / High School: University of Washington 2007 to 2009

Skills

Algorithms • C++ • Software Engineering • C • C# • Windows Phone • Distributed Systems • .Net • Project Management • Agile Methodologies • Software Project Management • Sql • Scrum • Program Management • Open Source Software • Networking • Wireless Networking • Bluetooth • Operating Systems • Smartphones • Cloud Storage • Data Synchronization • Software Development Life Cycle • Software Development

Languages

English • Marathi • Hindi

Industries

Computer Software

Resumes

Resumes

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Senior Product Manager

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Location:
Seattle, WA
Industry:
Computer Software
Work:
Microsoft - Redmond since Feb 2013
Program Manager 2

Microsoft - Redmond Oct 2011 - Feb 2013
Program Manager

Microsoft 2010 - 2010
PM Intern

UBI UBI LLC 2008 - 2008
Software intern
Education:
University of Washington 2007 - 2009
National Institute of Technology Karnataka 2003 - 2007
B.Tech, Electrical Engineering
Skills:
Algorithms
C++
Software Engineering
C
C#
Windows Phone
Distributed Systems
.Net
Project Management
Agile Methodologies
Software Project Management
Sql
Scrum
Program Management
Open Source Software
Networking
Wireless Networking
Bluetooth
Operating Systems
Smartphones
Cloud Storage
Data Synchronization
Software Development Life Cycle
Software Development
Languages:
English
Marathi
Hindi

Publications

Us Patents

Generative Model-Driven Resource-Efficient Monitoring In Body Sensor Networks

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US Patent:
20130317377, Nov 28, 2013
Filed:
May 23, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/901442
Inventors:
Sidharth Nabar - Seattle WA, US
Radha Poovendran - Seattle WA, US
Assignee:
University of Washington through its Center for Commercialization - Seattle WA
Arizona Board of Regents, a body corporate of the State of Arizona, acting for and on behalf of - Scottsdale AZ
International Classification:
A61B 5/0452
A61B 5/044
A61B 5/00
US Classification:
600515
Abstract:
Body sensor networks (BSNs) and methods for monitoring an electrocardiogram using such BSNs include a base station that generates an ECG model and an output ECG signal for displaying on a display device, and a sensor platform in electrical communication with the base station. The sensor platform may be configured to receive a sensed ECG signal from one or more sensors, receive an instance of the ECG model, and produce a model ECG signal from the instance. The sensor platform compares the sensed ECG signal to the model ECG signal and, if a deviation of the sensed ECG signal from the model ECG signal exceeds a threshold, transmits deviation data describing the deviation to the base station module. The sensor platform module does not transmit any data to the base station if there is no such deviation.

Optimization Of Polling Protocols In Sensor Networks

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US Patent:
20130343360, Dec 26, 2013
Filed:
Aug 27, 2013
Appl. No.:
14/011706
Inventors:
Sidharth Nabar - Seattle WA, US
Jeffrey Walling - Seattle WA, US
Assignee:
University of Washington through its Center for Commercialization - Seattle WA
International Classification:
H04W 72/04
US Classification:
370336
Abstract:
A communication-management method involves a recurring polling scheme, wherein network nodes are polled by a base station according to optimized and/or user-preferred polling intervals assigned to each network node. The polling interval assigned to a given node may be optimized to minimize and/or achieve user-preferred thresholds for energy consumption and latency associated with each network node in the sensor network. Optimized and/or user-preferred polling intervals may be constrained in accordance with various network performance considerations, for example, a recommended update interval for each network node, characteristics of the network nodes themselves, the duration of the timselots at which the network nodes are polled, and/or other network performance considerations.

Network Selection Based On Customizing Crowdsourced Connection Quality Data

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US Patent:
20140071895, Mar 13, 2014
Filed:
Nov 15, 2013
Appl. No.:
14/081196
Inventors:
Ryan H. Bane - Redmond WA, US
Adam R. Dyba - Redmond WA, US
Brent E. Ford - Sammamish WA, US
Aurelio Navarro Belletti Garcia - Issaquah WA, US
James Christopher Gray - Redmond WA, US
Shai Guday - Redmond WA, US
Tyler E. Hennessy - Woodinville WA, US
Ayman Kaheel - Bellevue WA, US
Triptpal Singh Lamba - Bothell WA, US
Darya Mazandarany - Kirkland WA, US
Michael Hao Mi - Redmond WA, US
Sidharth Uday Nabar - Seattle WA, US
Christopher R. Rice - Redmond WA, US
Peter Schmatz - Sammamish WA, US
Michael Svanholm Thomsen - Redmond WA, US
International Classification:
H04W 48/18
US Classification:
370328
Abstract:
Embodiments select networks for connection based on application-specific quality scores. A request is received from an application for a network connection. Connection quality data for nearby networks is accessed. The connection quality data is derived from crowdsourced data. The connection quality data is adjusted based on a device context to produce an application-specific quality score for each of the networks. One or more of the networks are selected for connection based on the application-specific quality scores. In some embodiments, a single network connection endpoint is provided to the application to abstract connection management details from the application.

Optimization Of Polling Protocols In Sensor Networks

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US Patent:
8565109, Oct 22, 2013
Filed:
Jan 26, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/014543
Inventors:
Radha Poovendran - Seattle WA, US
Sidharth Nabar - Seattle WA, US
Jeffrey Walling - Seattle WA, US
Assignee:
University of Washington through its Center of Commercialization - Seattle WA
International Classification:
H04L 12/26
H04W 4/00
H04J 3/16
US Classification:
370252, 370231, 370328, 370346, 713300, 713320
Abstract:
A communication-management method involves a recurring polling scheme, wherein network nodes are polled by a base station according to optimized and/or user-preferred polling intervals assigned to each network node. The polling interval assigned to a given node may be optimized to minimize and/or achieve user-preferred thresholds for energy consumption and latency associated with each network node in the sensor network. Optimized and/or user-preferred polling intervals may be constrained in accordance with various network performance considerations, for example, a recommended update interval for each network node, characteristics of the network nodes themselves, the duration of the timselots at which the network nodes are polled, and/or other network performance considerations.
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