Research


Networking and Mobile Systems Laboratory (NMSL) utilizes expertise in mobile computing, network systems, human-computer interactions, and machine learning to build innovative mobile services & applications. To enrich the quality of life of mobile users, we (i) identify challenging real-world problems, (ii) design novel solutions, protocols, algorithms, systems, applications, software, and interfaces, and (iii) build our solutions in working systems for practical validation and deployment.

Research interests

Our current research interests could generally be categorized as follows:
    ● Mobile computing (ubiquitous computing, mobile sensing, wearable computing, AR/VR)
    ● Mobile AI/ML (learning models for mobile conditions, mobile device ML training and inference, federated learning
    ● Mobile Human-Computer Interaction (novel interaction methods, digital health and wellbeing, human/AI interaction)
    ● Wireless networking (networking for robots autonomous wireless network management, protocols for emerging spectrum)
We are also interested in interdisciplinary, high impact research, and seek collaboration with other academic research groups, industry, and government worldwide.

Mobile Computing

- Ubiquitous computing
- Mobile sensing
- Mobile app developer experience
- Context awareness

Mobile HCI

- Notification management
- Interaction methods
- Digital health
 
 

Mobile ML/AI

- Mobile condition adaptation
- Mobile ML optimization
- Personalized sensing model

Wireless Networking

- User-centric multi-Gb/s connectivity
- Self-driving wireless networks
- Wireless RF analytics

Projects


NOTE

Mobile ML/AI

StressTrendmeter

Mobile HCI

FedBalancer

Mobile Computing Mobile ML/AI

Attention

Mobile HCI

MyDJ

Mobile Computing Mobile HCI

Finesse

Mobile Computing Mobile HCI

MilliCat

Mobile Computing Mobile HCI

MyButler

Mobile HCI

Reeboc

Mobile Computing Mobile HCI

MetaSense

Mobile Computing Mobile ML/AI

Thermal

Mobile Computing Mobile HCI

X-Droid

Mobile Computing Mobile HCI

Knocker

Mobile Computing Mobile HCI

MU-MIMO

Wireless Networking

Virtual Earplugs

Mobile Computing

SCAN

Mobile Computing Mobile HCI

Sponsors

Our research has been generously supported by: