In each issue of the IET Smart Grid journal, one featured article is selected by the Editor-in-Chief due to its noteworthiness based on the quality and impact of the research presented. Our article (below) has been selected as the… Read More
The WAM Systems Lab has a new conference paper accepted to appear: P. Mangipudi, M. Merugu, J. McNair, J. Terry, and D. Veney, “PESTnet – Pre-IFFT PAPR Estimation using Neural Networks for Improved OFDM Systems,” to appear in Proceedings… Read More
Dr. Janise McNair gave an invited talk entitled, “IoT in Agriculture: Creating Access and Opportunity” at the IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things in the Vertical: Agriculture Track. The 2022 IEEE 8th World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT… Read More
The WAM Systems Lab has a new conference paper accepted to appear: D. Agnew and J. McNair, “Detection of Denial-of-Service Attacks in a Software-Defined LEO Constellation Network,” to appear in the Proceedings of the Government Microcircuit Applications and Critical… Read More
Dennis Agnew, PhD student advised by Janise McNair, was recently accepted into the Google CS Research Mentorship Program 2022B. He will work with a Google mentor and a student team to investigate software defined network security.
The Wireless and Mobile Systems Laboratory conducts cutting edge research in computer communications for next generation networks, including Smart Grid, WiFi, 5G/6G, Internet of Things (IoT), and small satellites. WAM Systems Lab research applies medium access control (layer 2) and networking (layer 3) principles, Software Defined Network-based network management integrated with machine learning and graph learning, and various networking tools, such as Mininet, ns-3, and hardware test beds to solve challenges in access, security and network management for various multi-disciplinary data collection systems.