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NSF EAGER grant to support an experimental dark fiber network

NSF EAGER grant to support an experimental dark fiber network

Prof. Daniel Kilper (University of Arizona) and Prof. Zussman received an NSF Early-concept Grant for Exploratory Research (EAGER) titled “Lighting a Dark Fiber Experimental Research Network in Harlem”. The $300K project will be conducted in collaboration with Silicon Harlem. It…

A grant from the DARPA RADICS program

A grant from the DARPA RADICS program

Prof. Zussman is part of a team that received an $8M grant from the DARPA Rapid Attack Detection, Isolation and Characterization Systems (RADICS) program. The RADICS program focuses on cyber attacks on the power grid and its dependent systems. The project…

Jelena Marasevic defended her Ph.D. thesis

Jelena Marasevic defended her Ph.D. thesis

Jelena Marasevic successfully defended her Ph.D. Thesis titled “Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks: Theory and Applications”. While studying towards the Ph.D., Jelena received the Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship, the GENI GREE’13 Best Educational Paper Award, the Millman Award for an Outstanding Teaching Assistant,…

IEEE Spectrum article about Full Duplex

IEEE Spectrum article about Full Duplex

An article titled “1 Chip 2x Bandwidth” authored by Prof. Harish Krishnaswamy and Prof. Gil Zussman appeared in the July 2016 issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine. The article covers the full-duplex research performed in the FlexICoN project. The article discusses…