Assistant Professor Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Wisconsin-Madison
Wireless networking: 5G network architectures based on MIMO, 60 GHz, and visible-light
Mobile computing: ubiquitous and wireless sensing systems for healthcare, mobile interaction, etc.
System implementation: on software radios (WARP/USRP), Android, Linux network drivers, and customized hardware platforms.
Theoretical analysis: Signal processing, machine learning, convex optimization, probability models.
Looking for postdoc, research engineer and visiting scholars with experiences in communication hardware or antenna design. See details here.
I am looking for self-motivated students to work on research
projects in wireless networking and mobile computing. Read my "Notes to Prospective Students"
if you are interested in joining our research group.
06/2016. New papers accepted to ACM MobiCom 2016: indoor localization using incumbent light fixtures, 60 GHz software radio, passive orientation sensing, and practical MU-MIMO.
11/2015. Code release: Android code for our UbiK project (MobiSys'14).
06/2015. Our team have 5 papers accepted to ACM MobiCom 2015, topics covering massive MIMO, 60 GHz sensing, visible light sensing, mobile security, and video streaming over LTE. These projects reflect our team's strength in integrating analytical models with system design.
03/2015. 3 papers accepted to ACM MobiHoc 2015.
02/2015. Our work on energy efficient WiFi Miracast is accepted to ACM MobiSys'15.
02/2015. Our work on cross-layer measurement of 60 GHz networks is accepted to ACM SIGMETRICS'15.
01/2015. Our work on energy-efficient single RF-chain MIMO is accepted by ACM/IEEE IPSN'15.
11/2014. INFOCOM'15 papers: whitespace networking, visible light networking, and stochastic geometry for full-duplex networks.
08/2014. Our group successfully developed WiMi (Wisconsin Millimeter-wave software-radio), the first 60 GHz software radio platform to facilitate millimeter-wave networking and sensing research.
04/2014. Received NSF CAREER Award. The CAREER project aims to bridge the gap between wireless link capacity and network capacity through distributed MIMO.
04/2014. UbiComp'14 paper accepted.
03/2014. Our group have two papers accepted to
the top venue for mobile systems research. The works are led by an undergraduate student (J.J. Wang) and two Ph.D. students (Sanjib Sur and Teng Wei), respectively.
11/2013. Our group's papers on full-duplex
capacity gain and MU-MIMO
user-selection are accepted to IEEE INFOCOM'14.
06/2013. Our group's work on MIMO feedback compression is accepted to
ACM MobiCom'13. MobiCom is the top venue for wireless networking research.
06/2013. Our work on scalable network MIMO is accepted to