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Tingjun Chen, Mahshid Ghasemi, Angel Estigarribia, and Perry Flamer Receive Awards

Tingjun Chen, Mahshid Ghasemi, Angel Estigarribia, and Perry Flamer Receive Awards

WiMNet former Ph.D. student Tingjun Chen, current Ph.D. student Mahshid Ghasemi, and current undergraduate students Angel Estigarribia and Perry Flamer received four awards from the Department of Electrical Engineering: Tingjun received the Jury Award – “Established in 1991, this award is presented to…

Prof. Maria Gorlatova received the NSF CAREER award

Prof. Maria Gorlatova received the NSF CAREER award

Former WiMNet Lab Ph.D. student Prof. Maria Gorlatova received an NSF CAREER Award to build the Foundations of IoT-Supported Mobile Augmented Reality. Maria’s current research focuses on the challenges and opportunities associated with adding connectivity and intelligence to every device…

Dr. Tingjun Chen featured in the Duke ECE Magazine

Dr. Tingjun Chen featured in the Duke ECE Magazine

WiMNet former Ph.D. student Dr. Tingjun Chen who will join the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke was featured in an article in the Duke ECE Magazine highlighting incoming faculty. From the article: “Tingjun Chen will join the…

Prof. Zussman is a co-PI on an NSF SII Planning Grant

Prof. Zussman is a co-PI on an NSF SII Planning Grant

The NSF has awarded a $300K/1yr Spectrum Innovation Initiative (SII) Planning Grant to a multi-university team led by Prof. Raychaudhuri at Rutgers. Prof. Zussman is one of the co-PIs, along with Professors Schulzrinne (Columbia CS), Rappaport (NYU Wireless), and Krunz…

Tingjun Chen defended his Ph.D. dissertation

Tingjun Chen defended his Ph.D. dissertation

Tingjun Chen successfully defended his Ph.D. Dissertation titled “Algorithms and Experimentation for Future Wireless Networks: From Internet-of-Things to Full-Duplex”. Over the past few years, Tingjun has made major contributions to WiMNet lab’s efforts in the areas of energy harvesting and…