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Symposium Registration is Now Open!


 

APPROACHING REGISTRATION DEADLINE!
Registration after April 25, 2015 will be assessed a $100 late fee!


A Preliminary Agenda has now been posted

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Hotel Info is now available!

 

Mission Statement

 

The mission of Wireless @ Virginia Tech is to:


  • Produce students who continue to make advances in wireless networks and technologies as members of government, industry, and academia
  • Do pioneering research that impacts next generations wireless networks and technologies
  • Serve the wireless industry and government through rapid response research, consulting, symposia and short courses
  • Bring together interested outside parties and group members who have synergistic technical needs and expertise

 

The Director's Corner



Welcome to the home of Wireless @ Virginia Tech, an exciting university-wide focus on wireless technology. Wireless @ VT is bringing together researchers, facilities, equipment, and expertise from across Virginia Tech to focus on multi-disciplinary solutions to "Invent the Future" of wireless. One of the largest university wireless research groups in the United States, Wireless @ Virginia Tech encompasses several centers and groups, including the world renowned Mobile and Portable Radio Research Group (MPRG), Center for Wireless Telecommunications (CWT), and Virginia Tech Antenna Group (VTAG).

The primary mission of Wireless @ Virginia Tech is to develop a research environment that produces high caliber students as future leaders in academia, industry, and government. Wireless @ Virginia Tech continues to lead in producing the future innovators and developers by refocusing our research efforts to focus on the opportunities as well as the obstacles in newly emerging wireless technology. Our Research Thrust Areas are available here.

Making Its Grand Debut Soon (2015)!


The new, joint, Wireless @ Virginia Tech & BWAC newsletter, Radio Waves!


Wireless @ Virginia Tech and the Broadband Wireless Access & Applications Research Center (BWAC) will be jointly producing a newsletter in the first quarter of 2015. The newsletter will be published on the web, and we are compiling an email list of those who would like to be notified when the newsletter is published. If you would like to "opt-in" to an email notification list, please send an email with "Sign Me Up" in the subject line to Joyce Donathan.

 


News & Events




SYMP0SIUM NEWS!

Author's Kit Now Available including the 25th Anniversary Poster Template

Mark your calendars! Welcome Reception, May 27, 2015! Beer and pizza reception plus a vintage equipment exhibition! More information here.

New Seminar!

Mike Miller from Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties (VTIP) will present on how to protect your innovations. Read more

Symposium News!

We have added a new Keynote Speaker, Dr. John Treichler, on Friday, May 29, from 8:05 a.m. to 8:50 a.m. The title of Dr. Treichler's address is "Four Ways of Going Out of Business --- All Performed by the Same Small Company". Read more

New Internship Opportunity!

AFRL in Rome, NY has opportunities for summer interns at graduate and undergraduate levels, as well as for post-docs. Please contact Dr. Dietrich at cdietric@vt.edu if you would like more information

 

New Class!

ECE 4984 Special Study for Fall of 2015

The goal of this course is to introduce you to these emerging technologies: wireless smart phones, Wikipedia, Facebook, youTube, Twitter, iCloud, and others, that define your networked life. Flyer is available here!

New Feature!

Wireless Weekly Seminar

Our next Wireless@VT seminar will be delivered by Omid Semiari this Friday (April 3, 2015). Omid will present his work on context-aware resource allocation in small cell networks. The abstract is available here.


Dr. Jeff Reed interviews with CTIA's WOW Multimedia Library

Dr. Walid Saad is the Recipient of 3 NSF Grants

Virginia Tech Students Present at MILCOM 2014

Dr. Reed & Dr. Park Work to Organize a Wireless Spectrum R&D Senior Steering Group Workshop

Dr. Jerry Park & Dr. Marwan Krunz Awarded NSF Grant to Study Coexistence of Heterogeneous Secondary Networks

Drs. Park, Dietrich, Marojevic and Reed Awarded Grant for LTE Enhanced Testbed

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