Sensor Networks Wireless Workgroup
The members of this group are interested in a wide range of technologies applicable to ad-hoc wireless sensor networks and their applications. Projects deal with architectures and algorithms to characterize and improve the performance of these systems.
The group is also involved in developing real-world deployments for applications having interdisciplinary interest.
- SWE A distributed system for monitoring snow water equivalent in remote areas (Skalka/Frolik).
- EnArchi Building robust, complex and resilient sensor networks using autonomous agents (Wang/Frolik).
- WSSW Wireless Sensors, Sensing Wireless (Frolik).
- SpartanRPC Language-based security architecture for collaborative WSNs (Skalka).
- Self-Identifying Data Watermarking sensor datasets to support fair-use (Skalka).
- DEEP Deeply Embedded, Extremely Passive sensor node design (Frolik).
- SSS Synergistic Sensor Systems - WSNs and MAVs (Frolik).
2010-2011 Group Members
- Peter Chapin, Computer Science
- Lei Chen, Electrical Engineering
- Lu'ay Bakir, Electrical Engineering
- Dongmin Qian, Mechanical Engineering
- Matt Casari, Electrical Engineering
- Andrew Vize, Electrical Engineering
- Gregg Carpenter, Electrical Engineering
- Sarah Greenberg, Computer Science
- Vandana Sakamuri, Electrical Engineering
- Chris Tardie, Electrical Engineering
- Evan Speer, Civil Engineering