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.
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.
04/2014. Received Hilldale Fellowship together with undergraduate student Zexi Liu.
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.