Micah Z. Brodsky

PhD (MIT, 2014)

Publications:

M. Brodsky. Partial Redundancy and Morphological Homeostasis: Reliable Development through Overlapping Mechanisms. Artificial Life 22(4), November 2016. (preprint)

M. Brodsky. Partial Redundancy and Morphological Homeostasis: Reliable Development through Overlapping Mechanisms. In Proceedings of the 13th European Conference on Artificial Life (ECAL 2015), July 2015. (presentation slides, 30MB)

M. Brodsky. Synthetic Morphogenesis: Space, Time, and Deformation. PhD thesis, MIT, September 2014.

M. Brodsky. Spatial Patterning with the Rule of Normal Neighbors. Extended abstract. In Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems (ALIFE 14), July 2014.

M. Brodsky. Self-Timed Patterning. In The 7th International Workshop on Spatial Computing (SCW 2014), May 2014.

P. Panchekha & M. Brodsky. Distributed Shared State with History Maintenance. MIT CSAIL TR-2013-024, October 2013.

N. Kushman, M. Brodsky, S.R.K. Branavan, D. Katabi, R. Barzilay, M. Rinard. WikiDo. 8th ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networking (HotNets-VIII), October 2009.

M. Brodsky and R. Morris. In Defense of Wireless Carrier Sense. Proceedings of the ACM SIGCOMM 2009 Conference on Data Communication (SIGCOMM '09), Barcelona, Spain, August 2009. (author’s version w/minor corrections; presentation slides)

M. Brodsky. In Defense of Wireless Carrier Sense. Master’s thesis, MIT, February 2009.

M. Krohn, A. Yip. M. Brodsky, R. Morris, M. Walfish. A World Wide Web Without Walls. 6th ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networking (HotNets-VI), November 2007.

M. Krohn, A. Yip, M. Brodsky, N. Cliffer, M. F. Kaashoek, E. Kohler, R. Morris. Information Flow Control For Standard OS Abstractions. Proceedings of the 21st Symposium on Operating Systems Principles (SOSP 2007), Stevenson, WA, October 2007.

M. Brodsky, P. Efstathopoulos, M. F. Kaashoek, E. Kohler, M. Krohn, D. Mazieres, R. Morris, S. VanDeBogart, A. Yip. Toward Secure Services from Untrusted Developers. MIT CSAIL TR-2007-041.

M. Brodsky and E. Kochhar. Nooks for NT. Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Washington, 2006.


Talks:

M. Brodsky, G. Sussman. White Lies about Biology: Programming Deformable Surfaces. 8th International Conference on Complex Systems, June 2011. (slides)


Teaching:

Spring ’11 – 6.945 Adventures in Symbolic Programming (TA)

Autumn ’10 – 6.946 Classical Mechanics: A Computational Approach (TA)

Spring ’10 – 6.945 Adventures in Symbolic Programming (TA)

Autumn ’09 – 6.004 Computation Structures (TA & recitation instructor)

Autumn ’07 – 6.02 Intro to EECS II (TA)