Nilesh Shah
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Nilesh N. Shah is the principal investigator of the User Activity-Based Adaptive Power Management research project. His research is positioned at the intersection of mobile platforms, power management, machine learning, and activity inference. Shah has held several positions within Intel. Most recently, he managed an Advanced Platform Development team within the Mobility Group. He played an expatriate role as manager, helping to build the team and provide the capability for Intel's Communications Group in Shanghai, China, towards the development of network processors, WLAN/WiMAX chipsets, Ethernet, and optical switches. He joined Intel in 1998 as part of the Chipset Development group after graduating from Purdue University with a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering.


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as author at  Machine Learning Summer School (MLSS), Taipei 2006,