About Wireless @ Virginia Tech
Wireless @ Virginia Tech was officially organized as a research group in June, 2007. Prior to that, we were known as the Mobile and Portable Radio Research Group (MPRG). Wireless @ Virginia Tech brings 15 core faculty members with technical expertise in wireless networking, communication systems, applied signal processing, dynamic spectrum access, cybersecurity, RF technologies, and system integration. While expertise lies deep within electrical engineering, collaboration with disciplines outside of electrical engineering, such as computer science, mathematics, economics, and business, also makes up the Wireless @ Virginia Tech team.
Wireless @ Virginia Tech has a 25 year history of solid research results and innovations that has contributed to the rapid advancement of wireless technology. But our greatest contribution to the expansion of wireless technology is by far our students. Wireless @ Virginia Tech has produced exceptionally gifted and well trained students that are aggressively sought after in both government and the private sector and that remains our primary mission. Wireless @ Virginia Tech will continue to pioneer research in the field of wireless networks and technology. The future of wireless will be the overall theme of our Wireless Symposium & Summer School which is scheduled for May 27 - 29, 2015. We hope you will attend the symposium and help us chart that future.
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News & Events
Mark your calendars! Welcome Reception, May 27, 2015! Beer and pizza reception plus a vintage equipment exhibition! More information here.
New seminar on Friday, March 6. Daniel Jakubisin, Ph.D candidate will present a seminar on "Iterative Probabilistic Processing for Communications Receivers". The abstract is available here.
2014 Seminar Series lectures have now been archived. You can access the archives here.
Feb: 27: This weeks seminar is "An Introduction to FRESH Filtering" by Ph.D. candidate Matthew Carrick (advisor: Dr. Jeff Reed). The abstract is available here.
Ph.D. candidate Vireshwar Kumar (advisor: Dr. Jerry Park) is this week's speaker at the Wireless Weekly Seminar Series, this Friday, February 20, 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. Location: Surge-188B. Vireshwar's topic this week is "Blind Transmitter Authentication for Spectrum Security and Enforcement in Cognitive Radio Network".. The abstract is available here.
Dr. R. Michael Buehrer is this week's speaker at the Wireless Weekly Seminar Series, Friday, February 13, 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Location: Surge - 188B. Dr. Buehrer's topic is "Cooperative Positioning in Wireless Sensor Networks Using Semidefinite Programming"
Wireless @ Virginia Tech announces the addition of Dr. Arogyaswami Paulraj to our 25th Anniverary Wireless Symposium & Summer School!
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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