The Intelligent Ubiquitous Computing Laboratory (iUbiComp Lab) conducts research in many areas of wired/wireless networks and mobile computing, emphasizing on designing and evaluating mobile systems, protocols, and cross-layer applications. Our mission is to prepare the next generation of researchers, developers, and educators in these areas by working on cutting-edge technologies and investigating high-impact research projects. Our projects span a large spectrum: cross-layer design, wireless sensor networks, wireless mesh networks, multi-cell battery system, wireless multimedia networks, 3D video communication, 4G video communication, bioengineering, and power aware resource management in wired and wireless computing systems. Systems, protocols and algorithms designed and developed within the lab are typically tested through analysis, experiment and/or implementation. The lab is supported by NSF (IHCS, CCF, CRI), Layman Foundation, NRI, WEAI, Nebraska Research Initiative, Nebraska Center for Energy Sciences Research, UNL Strategic Research Cluster Grant, UNL College of Engineering and industry companies such as Westside School District Equipment Grant etc.
For further information, please contact Prof. Song Ci of the Intelligent Ubiquitous Computing Laboratory.
Addr: 200B Peter Kiewit Institute, 1110 S. 67TH ST, Omaha, NE 68182, U.S.A.