Our group works at the intersection of Wireless Communication, Sensing and Networking (hence WCSNG). We develop theory and algorithms with special focus on implementation and protyping of solutions in our impact areas. Our current impact areas include: wireless localization, sensing for autonomous driving, sensing for healthcare, spectrum sensing for next-generation networks, and wireless systems for VR/AR applications.

We have a multi-discplinary team with collaborative efforts across ECE, CSE and MAE departments. The group has a strong foundation in signal processing, system design and modeling. We use a wide repertoire of software to verify our theory and approach. We routinely work with wireless radios, both off-the-shelf and those designed in house. Our members are also experienced in data gathering and use popular machine learning techniques to expose cross-layer solutions to problems.


Wireless Sensing

We develop state-of-the-art methods [P2SLAM, DLoc, BLoc, SpotFi] for sensing and locating WiFi devices and BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) tags.

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Spectrum Sensing

Developing spectrum sensing entities that scale to requirements of next-generation wireless networks.

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Full Duplex

Full Duplex from theory to practice. Managing self interference cancellation, and various applications.

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Harnessing wireless backscatter for low-power communication, sensing and wireless channel conditioning.

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We investigate privacy and security vulnerabilities in wireless systems, and develop defense mechanisms to address such vulnerabilities.

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Vehicular Sensing

Sensing for autonomous vehicles, toward multi-sensor fusion and robust radar imaging.

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Virtual Reality

We develop untethered VR with a robust, high-quality wireless communication link. Infrastructure-free VR enabled by wireless tracking of VR headset.

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Wireless Communication

We are improving the communication rate, efficiency, low latency, and robustness using commodity WiFi and millimeter-wave radios.

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We are looking for passionate new PhD students, Postdocs, and Master’s students to join the team (more info) !


May 2023

Ish and Rohith presented two papers at Infocom'23 in New York and IEEE SnP'23 in San Franscisco. Read news articles on mmFlexible and mmSpoof.

Apr 2023

Ish is chairing Mobicom S3 2023 workshop and Dinesh, Ish and Roshan are co-chairing Mobicom mmNets 2023 workshop at Madrid, Spain.

Mar 2023

Best Poster Runner-up - Hotmobile 2023 goes to Towards Flexible Frequency-dependent mmWave Multi-Beamforming. Congrats Ish and Rohith!

Jan 2023

Mobicom'23 accepted GreenMO and IMWUT'23 accepted WiFoceSticker. Congrats Agrim and team!

Jan 2023

Hotmobile'23 accepted paper on MIRAGE - privacy fo user location. Congrats Roshan, Aditya, and Wei!

Dec 2022

Infocom'23 paper on Delay Phased array (DPA) - an innovative antenna array design for flexible, sustainable, and frequency-dependent multi-beam operations. Congrats Ish, Rohith, and Raghav!

Dec 2022

IEEE SnP'23 paper on mmSpoof- spoofing automotive radars using mmWave reflect array. Congrats Rohith, Ish, and Kshitiz!

Nov 2022

Dinesh announced his tenureship: I received a formal letter that I am tenured with acceleration. In large part, it is less of my success, but it is our shared success. I am delighted to have an opportunity to work with everyone here!

Oct 2022

Raghav Subbaraman presented BSMA at MobiCom 2022 in Sydney!

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