Michael Gordon is a Cofounder of computer security research firm Aarno Labs.
Before Aarno Labs, Michael was a Research Scientist at MIT's Computer Science and
Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and the Director of
MIT Global Startup Labs. His research interests focus on applying program
analysis techniques to the areas of mobile application security and
parallelization. He received his PhD from MIT in 2010 in Computer
Science and Electrical Engineering. Michael is one of the original
creators of the StreamIt programming language, employed throughout the
world for research of high-performance data-streaming applications.
Michael co-organized MIT's nextlab course, MIT's first incubator
course focused on mobile technologies in emerging regions. Since 2007,
Michael has organized and delivered mobile technologies incubator
courses at universities across the world including Kenya, India, South
Africa, Nigeria, and Rwanda. Michael also works as an independent
mobile technologies consultant focused on developing countries, and he
sits on the board of multiple African mobile startups.
Java, Python, C, C++, SQL, CSS, Django, HTML, StreamIt