|Born||Deborah Lynn Estrin|
December 6, 1959
|Residence||New York, NY|
|Alma mater||U.C. Berkeley, MIT|
|Known for||mobile health, small data, networked sensing|
|Doctoral advisor||Jerome H. Saltzer|
|Doctoral students||Chalermek Intanagonwiwat|
Deborah Estrin (born December 6, 1959) is a Professor of Computer Science at Cornell Tech. She is co-founder of the non-profit Open mHealth and gave a TEDMED talk on small data in 2013.
Estrin was previously a Professor of Computer Science and the founding director of the NSF-funded Center for Embedded Networked Sensing (CENS) at UCLA.
In 2012, Cornell Tech announced Estrin as the first academic hire to the high-tech campus in New York City. 
She is the daughter of the late Gerald Estrin, also a UCLA Computer Science professor, and of the late Thelma Estrin, a pioneering engineer and computer scientist also at UCLA. She is the sister of Judy Estrin, and a wife to Ache Stokelman.
- 1987: National Science Foundation's Presidential Young Investigator Award
- 2007: Anita Borg Institute Women of Vision Award for Innovation
- 2008: Doctor Honoris Causa EPFL
- 2009: National Academy of Engineering
- 2011: Doctor Honoris Causa Uppsala University, Sweden
- 2017: IEEE Internet Award
- 2018: MacArthur Genius Grant
- "PopSci's 2nd Annual Brilliant 10". popsci.com.
- "Deborah Estrin". Cornell Tech.
- "Direction - EPFL". direction.epfl.ch.
- Networks, Uppsala Center for Wireless Sensor (6 September 2006). "WISENET". www.wisenet.uu.se.
- "Deborah Estrin is first NYC tech campus faculty member - Cornell Chronicle". www.news.cornell.edu.
- Fuller, Brian (18 October 2005). "Perlman, Samuelson, Tsao, honored for innovations". EETimes. UBM Electronics. Retrieved 29 June 2011.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Deborah Estrin.|
- TEDMED talk on small data, 2013
- Open mHealth
- Biography of Deborah Estrin
- Video (6 min.) of Deborah Estrin being awarded the Anita Borg Institute's Women of Vision Award, 2007
- Video (4 min.) of Deborah Estrin's acceptance speech for the Anita Borg Institute's Women of Vision Award, 2007
- Center for Embedded Networked Sensing (CENS) home page