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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…

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…

Tingjun Chen to join Duke University as an Assistant Professor

Tingjun Chen to join Duke University as an Assistant Professor

Tingjun Chen, a Ph.D. student in the WiMNet lab will join the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in Duke University as an Assistant Professor in Aug. 2021. He will be working on various components – from emerging Physical technologies…

Research on energy harvesting discussed in The New Yorker

Research on energy harvesting discussed in The New Yorker

Research results on kinetic energy harvesting that were obtained within the EnHANTs project were discussed in a story in The New Yorker: “If Donald Trump were Actually a Battery“. The paper summarizing the results was written by former students and postdocs Dr. Maria…

ACM CoNEXT’16 Best Paper Award

ACM CoNEXT’16 Best Paper Award

The following paper by WiMNet Ph.D. student Tingjun Chen and Professors Javad Ghaderi, Dan Rubenstein, and Gil Zussman will receive the Best Paper Award in ACM CoNEXT’16: T. Chen, J. Ghaderi, D. Rubenstein, and G. Zussman, “Maximizing broadcast throughput under…