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Wireless Networking and Systems (WINGS) Lab

The Wireless Networking and Systems (WINGS) Lab was established in year 2001 and has been engaged in research in several areas of wireless networking and mobile computing systems, specifically focusing on using various mathematical modeling and machine learning techniques to improve network performance. The students and faculty in the lab have contributed in various directions including low-latency and fault-tolerant networks, wireless sensor networks and cellular networks. Currently the lab focuses on shared spectrum access technologies, mobile experience and RFID backscatter networks.

Lab Location

Rooms 330, 348 New Computer Science Building, Rooms 255,256 CEWIT Building.

Selected Recent Papers

ACM IMC 2018

Impact of Device Performance on Internet-based Mobile Applications


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ACM Mobisys 2018

BARNET: Activity Recognition using Passive Backscattering Tag-to-Tag Network

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IEEE INFOCOM 2018

Spectrum Patrolling with Crowdsourced Spectrum Sensors


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ACM Mobicom 2017

FSONet: A Wireless Backhaul for Multi-Gigabit Picocells Using Steerable Free Space Optics

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USENIX NSDI 2017

Improving User Perceived Page Load Times Using Gaze


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ACM HotNets 2017

Securing Ultra-High-Bandwidth Science DMZ Networks with Coordinated Situational Awareness

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ACM CoNEXT 2016

ExBox: Experience Management Middlebox for Wireless Networks


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ACM SOSR 2016

Klein: A Minimally Disruptive Design for an Elastic Cellular Core


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