Eve M. Schooler is a Principal Engineer and Director of Research in Emerging Architectures within Intel’s IoT group (IoTG), developing architectural building blocks to evolve the Internet towards Fog computing and in turn to support trusted analytics at the network edge. She comes to IoTG by way of a year in the Software and Services business unit and 9 years in Intel Labs. Her broad interests lie at the intersection of networking, distributed systems, security/privacy and scalable group communication. While at Intel, she has led research efforts on a range of topics including collaborative anomaly detection to secure enterprise networks, data privacy-preservation in Smart Homes and the Smart Grid, reputation services for the Internet of Things, and data-centric networking. Eve has served in leadership positions in various standards bodies, including the IETF, where she serves on the IoT Directorate, NIST, where she co-chaired the Cyber-Physical Systems working group on Data interoperability, and in the OpenFog Consortium, where she co-chairs a task group on Smart Objects. Eve obtained a BS from Yale, MS from UCLA, and PhD from Caltech, all in Computer Science. Prior to Intel, she sampled a wide range of professional experiences; she held positions at Apollo Computers (a startup), Information Sciences Institute (a university research institute), AT&T Labs-Research (an industrial research lab) and Pollere (a consultancy). Eve has published over 60 papers, holds 2 patents (with over 20 pending), and has co-authored several standards, including SIP, a protocol widely used for Internet telephony. In Jan 2017, she was recognized as one of the three top innovators in Intel’s IoTG business unit. She enjoys finding excuses to combine technology and the arts.