The Mobile Computing and
Networking (MCN) lab conducts research in many areas of wireless networks
and mobile computing, with an emphasis on designing and evaluating mobile
systems, protocols, and applications. Our mission is to prepare the next
generation of researchers, developers, and educators in these areas by
working on cutting-edge technologies and investigating high-impact research
projects. Our projects span a large spectrum:
wireless networks, mobile systems, Internet of Things,
wireless security and privacy.
Protocols, algorithms, and systems developed within the lab are
typically tested through analysis, simulation and/or implementation. The lab
is supported by NSF (CAREER, ITR, NeTS, NOSS, CT), Army Research Lab (ARL), Army Research
Office (ARO), National Institute of Health (NIH), DoD/MURI, DoD/DTRA, PDG/TTC,
HK RGC, and industry companies Cisco, Narus,
Telcordia, IBM and 3ETI.
For further information, please contact Guohong Cao, Mobile Computing and Networking Lab, 344 Information Sciences and Technology Building, University Park, PA 16802, U.S.A.