WiMNet Lab Alumna Maria Gorlatova was selected by N2 Women as one of ten Rising Stars in Networking and Communications. N2 Women is a community for researchers in the communications and networking research fields whose main goal is to foster…
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Professors Zoran Kostic and Gil Zussman received a Virtual University Research Initiative (VURI) award from AT&T Lab Research to conduct research on supporting smart intersections with 5G technology. The research will be conducted in collaboration with the team of Dr….
WiMNet lab PhD student Manav Kohli received the National Physical Science Consortium (NPSC) supported by the National Security Agency (NSA). The National Physical Science Consortium is a US non-profit organization composed of leading universities, national laboratories, corporations, and government agencies whose…
WiMNet Lab takes part in a $6.4M Department of Energy (DOE) Solar Energy Technologies Office project titled “Autonomous and Resilient Operation of Energy systems with RenewaAbles (AURORA)”. The project is led by Siemens where the PI is Dr. Ulrich Muenz….
Former WiMNet M.S. student Guy Farkash received the Electrical Engineering M.S. Research Award for his numerous contributions to the FlexICoN project.
WiMNet lab members’ work on the deployment of the COSMOS testbed and ongoing research (using the testbed pilot phase) on future wireless networks, edge cloud, and smart intersections are featured in a Columbia Engineering Magazine article focusing on smart cities….