Communications and Networking
Video: Professor Cassandras and Smart Parking
CISE Faculty: Azer Bestavros, Jeffrey Carruthers, Christos Cassandras, Ayse Coskun, Mark Crovella, Prakash Ishwar, Eric Kolaczyk, Lev Levitan, Thomas Little, Ben Lubin, Abraham Matta, Yannis Paschalidis, James Perkins, Venkatesh Saligrama, David Starobinski and Ari Trachtenberg.
- Better Data Management, Lower Healthcare Costs
- Access Denied -Securing the Smartphone
Professors Starobinski and Trachtenberg
- On Guard – Managing Multiple, Semi-Autonomous Vehicles
Professors Belta and Cassandras
- Smarter Parking, Smarter Cities
- NSF/Smartlighting Engineering Research Center
Overview: CISE research addresses critical and emerging systems-level issues in communication and sensor networks and systems. To that end, faculty, draw upon a strong methodological base in systems and control theory, probability and stochastic processes, optimization, information theory, and operations research.
Significant contributions have been made in areas including quality of service (QoS) provisioning in broadband communication networks, performance analysis and simulation of communication systems, pricing and resource allocation, security, and all-optical network design.
Research Impact: Device and sensor networks, the epitome of a pervasive technology, are shaping many activities in our society. Applications of these technologies include building automation homeland security, manufacturing, robotics and healthcare.
Current Research Topics: cyber-security, performance analysis, pricing and resource allocation, wireless and sensor networks, Internet traffic engineering, data synchronization, visible light communication, sustainable computing