Team

The UMass Wireless Center allows researchers to address complex, high-risk multidisciplinary problems and facilitate teaming of individual researchers with the industry.

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Dennis Goeckel, Director

Dr. Goeckel's principal research interest is in digital communication theory with the focus on coding, modulation, and equalization techniques for wireless channels. He is leading the research on distributed beamforming and network synchronization, a technology that can significantly extend the range of mobile devices operating as a system.

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Dev Gupta, Founder

Dr. Gupta is leading research in the area of wideband analog signal processing, enabling next generation low cost, low power, multigigabit transmission. He is a successful entrepreneur, having sold two of his companies to Cisco, and the creator of the Gupta Professorship Fund in Communications Theory. Dr. Gupta is an Adjunct Professor at UMass and CEO of NewLANs.

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Aura Ganz

Dr. Ganz's research interests include multimedia networks, wireless networks, network security and telemedicine.

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Robert Jackson

Dr Jackson's research interests lie at the interface between circuits and electromagnetics. Most recently he and his students have been working on novel integrated circuits and novel combinations of such circuits with antennas. The objective is very low cost front end systems for communications and sensing.

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Tilman Wolf

Dr. Wolf conducts research in the areas of next-generation Internet architecture, programmable routers, network processors, and embedded system security. He is currently involved in a DARPA-sponsored project on designing data path features for MANETs to provide intrinsic information assurance.

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Wayne P. Burleson

Dr. Burleson works in the area of VLSI Circuits and Systems with emphasis on low-power design, robust design and special-purpose architectures for signal processing and cryptography. He is currently working on reducing power and improving capabilities in RFID, including security using UWB.

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Don Towsley

Dr. Towsley's research interests include network measurement, modeling and analysis. He currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking and on the editorial boards of Journal of the ACM and IEEE Journal of Selected Areas in Communications. He is also currently Chair of the IFIP Working Group 7.3 on computer performance measurement, modeling, and analysis.

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Weibo Gong

Dr. Gong's research interests include computer networks, communication systems and complex systems.

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Lixin Gao

Dr. Gao's research interests include multimedia networking and Internet routing.

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Jim Kurose

Dr. Kurose's research interests include network protocols and architecture, network measurement, sensor networks, multimedia communication and modeling and performance evaluation. Dr. Kurose has served as Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Communications and was the founding Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking. He has been active in the program committees for IEEE Infocom, ACM SIGCOMM, and ACM SIGMETRICS conferences for a number of years, and has served as Technical Program Co-Chair for these conferences.

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Hossein Pishro-Nik

Dr. Pishro-Nik's research interests include error control coding, signal processing for communication and data storage, wireless networks, algorithms and graph theory.

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Ramakrishna Janaswamy

Dr. Janaswamy's research interests are in applied electromagnetics, stochastic methods, radiowave propagation prediction for wireless communications and applied physics. His past research was supported by various governmental organizations and DoD laboratories such as NSF, ONR, ARO and SPAWAR. He is a Fellow of IEEE and elected member of USNC/URSI Commissions B and F.

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Neal Anderson

Dr. Anderson studies physical information theory and its engineering applications, with emphasis on fundamental physical limits in information processing. He is currently exploring physical aspects of ultrawideband electromagnetic channels and their ultimate capacities.

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