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Meet the Team Members

Datami is a project of the Princeton EDGE Lab, which is housed in the University's electrical engineering department. The lab's director is Professor Mung Chiang, and its associate director Sangtae Ha leads the Datami project. Datami began as a research project on time-dependent pricing for broadband data in February 2010, and has since expanded to include several projects on congestion management for broadband data. The Datami team currently consists of 12 people, including research scholars and postdocs (Sangtae Ha and Soumya Sen), graduate students (Carlee Joe-Wong and Felix Wong), professional developers and graphic designers (Sunghye Cho, Justin Mifkovich, Rudiger Rill, Ming-Jye Sheng, and Yi Wu), and undergraduate students (Dana Butnariu, Andrew Choi, and Brittany Ko) from four different University departments (electrical engineering, applied and computational mathematics, operations research and financial engineering, and computer science).

Mung Chiang
Professor of
Electrical Engineering
Director of EDGE Lab
Sangtae Ha
Leader of Datami Project
Associate Research Scholar
Associate Director of EDGE Lab
Department of
Electrical Engineering
Soumya Sen
Postdoctoral
Research Associate
Department of
Electrical Engineering
Carlee Joe-Wong
Graduate Student
Program in Applied and
Computational Mathematics
Felix Wong
Graduate Student
Department of
Electrical Engineering
Justin Mifkovich
Software Engineer
Department of
Electrical Engineering
Ming-Jye Sheng
Senior Architect
Department of
Electrical Engineering
Sunghye Cho
Visiting Scholar
Graphic Designer
Dana Butnariu
Undergraduate Student
Department of
Computer Science
Andrew Choi
Undergraduate Student
Department of
Operational Research and
Financial Engineering
Brittany Ko
Undergraduate Student
Department of
Electrical Engineering
Jasika Bawa
Undergraduate Student
Department of
Electrical Engineering
Alumna
Youngbin Im
Visiting Student
Department of
Electrical Engineering
Alumnus
Rudiger Rill
iOS Developer
Yi Wu
Windows Developer
Department of
Electrical Engineering