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Prof. Zussman received an NSF CAREER Award

Prof. Zussman received an NSF CAREER Award

Prof. Zussman received the CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The $400,000 project entitled “Networking Wireless Rechargeable Devices – Modeling and Resource Allocation” will focus on the development and performance evaluation of resource allocation algorithms for wireless networks…

Department of Homeland Security Grant

Department of Homeland Security Grant

Prof. Rubenstein and Prof. Zussman take part in a project which is led by Civionics and funded by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The project entitled “WiWarn: An Intelligent Wireless Structural Sensing Solution for Urban Search and Rescue” will focus on developing…

Prof. Zussman and collaborators received a $1.2M NSF Grant

Prof. Zussman and collaborators received a $1.2M NSF Grant

Professors Rubenstein (PI), Kinget, Kymissis, Wang, and Zussman received a $1.2M grant from the Network Science and Engineering (NetSE) Program of the National Science Foundation (NSF). The team aims to develop Energy Harvesting Active Networked Tags (EnHANTs) which are thin…

The EnHANTs project was featured in the BBC/PRI’s The World

The EnHANTs project was featured in the BBC/PRI’s The World

During  the award ceremony of the Vodafone Americas Foundation Wireless Innovation Project competition in the Global Philanthropy Forum (Washington DC), Prof. Peter Kinget and Prof. Gil Zussman were interviewed in the BBC/PRI’s The World – Technology Podcast about the EnHANTs project. Download the interview as…

Vodafone Americas Foundation Announces Wireless Innovation Project Winners

Vodafone Americas Foundation Announces Wireless Innovation Project Winners

From Business Wire: SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Vodafone Americas Foundation today announced the winners of its Wireless Innovation Project, a new initiative that identifies and funds unique innovations using wireless related technology offering the best potential to address critical social…