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Multimedia Networking & Internet Lab

This lab focuses on enhancing the reliability and security of the Internet, including research on wired and wireless networks as well as Internet backbone networks. Current research topics include manageability and reliability of future routing systems, programmable routers for network virtualization, and multimedia streaming in the Internet.

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Mobile Evolution Lab

The twin goals of the lab are to pursue research in hybrid wireless networks (involving 4G and 5G) and mobile platforms architectures and protocols, and then apply this knowledge to developing socially responsible systems to betterment of the world.

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Collaborative Adaptice Sensing of the Atmosphere (CASA)

CASA is a multi-sector partnership among academia, industry, and government dedicated to engineering revolutionary weather-sensing networks. These innovative networks will save lives and property by detecting the region of the lower atmosphere currently below conventional radar range — mapping storms, winds, rain, temperature, humidity, and the flow of airborne hazards.

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Jay Taneja

Assistant Professor

 

Office: Knowles 309C

Mailing Address:
309C Knowles Engineering Bldg
University of Massachusetts
151 Holdsworth Way
Amherst, MA 01003-9284

(413) 545-6428

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Aura Ganz

Professor

 

Office: Knowles 309F

Mailing Address:
309F Knowles Engineering Bldg
University of Massachusetts
151 Holdsworth Way
Amherst, MA 01003-9284 

(413) 545-0574

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David Irwin

Assistant Professor

 

Office: Knowles 211D

Mailing Address:
211D Knowles Engineering Bldg
University of Massachusetts
151 Holdsworth Way
Amherst, MA 01003-9284

(413) 545-5822

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