Research in NeEWS laboratory spans across a wide range of embedded wireless networking and system design issues including resource-controlled wireless network protocols, embedded operating system, network middleware, self-reconfigurable and cooperative protocols, spectrum scavenging, new modes for information switching, werable sensing systems, and application specific hardware and software subsystem design. Researchers in NeEWS laboratory are affiliated with BEACON: An NSF Center for Study of Evolution in Action. Following is a pictorial snapshot of an example ongoing project in the NeEWS lab.

Current research projects:  


Pricing calculus for routing and caching in social wireless DTN networks

Through-substrate sensor networking using ultrasonic links

Metabolic energy management using wearable sensors

Protocols and systems for wireless body area networks

Social sensing for interaction profiling using wearable sensors

Anonymous MAC protocols using zero-exposure TDMA scheduling

Content dissemination and caching protocols for connected vehicles

Spike based neural communication for scalable neuromorphic architecture

Website and application detection using traffic analysis


Research Sponsors: Research in the NeEWS Laboratory has been funded by :

Michigan Initiative for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (MIIE)

National Science Foundation (NSF)

National Institute of Health (NIH)

Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

US Department of Agriculture (USDA)

Michigan Department of Transportation (M-DoT)

Michigan Animal and Agriculture Initiative (MAAI)

Sustainable Michigan Endowed Project (SMEP)

Michigan State University (MSU)




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