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Recent Research Projects of iNetS Participants (iNetS Managed and Others) 

  • H. Li, "Simulation and Modeling of Hybrid Optical And Wireless Networks," US Army, 2006-2007.

  • H. Li, "Wireless network modeling and simulation technology for range communications," Army SBIR subcontract, $150,000, 2006-2007.

  • D. Roberson, C. Hood, F. Leung, J. LoCicero, D. Ucci, and U. Tureli, "NETS-ProWiN: wireless interference and characterization on network performance," NSF Grant, $750,000, 2005-2009.

  • Y. D. Yao, Y. Meng, and H. Man, "Test bed development for detection and diagnosis of prostate cancer via internet and wireless communication networks," US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command, $200K, 2005-2008.

  • H. Li and Y. Hua, "Collaborative research: Signal processing in wireless ad hoc networking," NSF, $377,950, 2005-2008.

  • Y. D. Yao, B. McNair, and Y. Meng, "REU site: Integrated software radio and RF test bed for wireless research in dynamic spectrum access," NSF, $297K, 2005-2008.

  • C. Comaniciu, "Cross-layer cooperation for energy efficiency in wireless sensor networks: Game theoretic solutions," Office of Naval research (ONR), $279,000, 2005-2008.

  • Y. D. Yao, "Chaotic research for secure and high-capacity (SEHIC) communications," U.S. Army CECOM, $30K, 2005-2007.

  • F. Fisher, M.Libera, H. Du, Y. Shi, and H. Man, "ESI-nanotechnology undergraduate education," NSF, $200K, 2005-2007.

  • U. Tureli, "Secure infrastructure laboratory (SiNTeL) program," ONR: Stevens Institute of Technolgy, $60,000, 2005-2006.

  • Y. D. Yao, "Anti DoS attacks in wireless systems using beamforming," US Army TACOM/ARDEC and WiNSeC, $70K, 2005-2006.

  • Y. D. Yao, "Wireless drifter development for diver detection," Office of Navy Research (ONR), WiNSeC/Sintel, $40K, 2005-2006.

  • H. Li, "Adaptive signal analysis and detection with interference mitigation in an underwater acoustic environment," Office of Naval Research (ONR), through WiNSeC/SINTEL, approx. $40,000, 2005-2006.

  • K. Pochiraju, H. Man, and Y. Guo, "Remote robotic weapons systems," ARMY-ARDEC, $300K, 2005-2006.

  • U. Tureli, "Self localizing ad hoc networks," US Army Picatinny Arsenal, Center of Excellence in Acoustics, $100,000, 2005-2006.

  • U. Tureli and C. Comaniciu, "Distributed radio access and networking testbed," Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR): DURIP Program, $75,000, 2005-2006.

  • S. Wetzel, R. Wright, and H. Man, "CISCO equipment donation," Cisco CIAG program, $100K, 2005.

  • P. E. White, J. Chapin, C. Comaniciu, D. Grunwald, and Y. D. Yao, "NeTS: ProWiN: programmable radio platforms for highly dynamic networks," National Science Foundation (NSF), $997,000, 2004-2008.

  • H. Li, "Analysis of parametric adaptive signal detection with applications to radars and hyperspectral imaging," Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), $300,000, 2004-2007.

  • U. Tureli, K. Ryan, M. Buddhikot, and S. Miller, “NeTS:ProWiN: dynamic intelligent management of spectrum for ubiquitous mobile networks (DIMSUMnet),” NSF, $899,995, 2004-2007, co-PIs: Kevin Ryan (Stevens), Milind Buddhikot, Scott Miller (Lucent).

  • K. P. Subbalakshmi and R. Chandramouli, "Intelligent systems," US Army ARDEC, subcontract, $66K, 2004-2005.

  • R. Chandramouli and N. Memon, "Stochastic filter design for steganalysis," U.S. Air Force Research Lab, $160K, 2004-2005, (Co-PI: N. Memon, Polytechnic University).

  • D. Roberson, C. Hood, F. Leung, J. LoCicero, D. Ucci, and U. Tureli, "NETS-ProWiN: wireless spectral interference and its impact on dynamic network connectivity," NSF Grant 0435389, $750,000, 2004-2005, pI: Dennis Roberson, Co-PIs: Cindy Hood, Francis Leung, Joe LoCicero, Don Ucci. (IIT).

  • U. Tureli, "Information assurance program," US Army Picatinny Arsenal: WinSec Information Assurance Program, $90,000, 2004-2005.

  • Y. D. Yao, "Wireless drifter development," Office of Technology Initiatives, Stevens Institute of Technology, $14K, 2004-2005.

  • K. P. Subbalakshmi, "Security in the distributed environmentŐ," US Army Picattiny Arsenal/Stevens Wireless Network Security Center, $90K, 2004-2005.

  • H. Li, "Model order selection and parametric adaptive signal detection for hyperspectral imaging," AFRL, 2004-2004.

  • H. Li, "Filterbank and parametric adaptive detection for hyperspectral imaging," AFRL, $27,312, 2004.

  • U. Tureli, "Academic equipment grant," National Instruments, $5,000, Dec.2004.

  • U. Tureli, "NSF NRT: national radio networking research testbed (NRNRT)," NSF Grant 0335272, $ 60,000, 2004, (sub-contract from the University of Kansas Center for Research).

  • R. Chandramouli and K. Subbalakshmi, "Perspectives on information hiding for multimedia security," National Science Foundation (NSF), $280K, 2003-2006.

  • H. Li, "Differential space-time modulation for wideband wireless networks," Army Research Office (ARO), Grant No. DAAD19-03-1-0184, $100,000, 2003-2006.

  • Y. D. Yao, U. Tureli, and H. Man, "A wireless network/testbed development for telediagnosis and telemammography," US Army MRMC, $168K, 2003-2006.

  • Y. D. Yao, "Secure and high capacity transmissions using beamforming," US Army TACOM/ARDEC and WiNSeC, $63K, 2003-2004.

  • Y. D. Yao, "Performance analysis and design of WCDMA," Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories, $20K, 2003-2004.

  • C. Comaniciu, "Support of wireless network security center update-cross layer optimization," WiNSeC/ US Army TACOM-ARDEC, $54,250, 2003-2004.

  • K. P. Subbalakshmi, "Lightweight error resilient cryptographic systems for wireless network security," US Army Picattiny Arsenal/Stevens Wireless Network Security Center, $68K, 2003-2004.

  • K. P. Subbalakshmi, "Improving steganographic capacity in the presence of attacks via multiple description and joint source- channel coding," Air Force Research Laboratory, Rome NY, $180K, 2003-2004.

  • H. Li, "Parametric adaptive detection for hyperspectral imaging," AFRL, $19,826, 2003.

  • H. Li, "Exploiting spectral correlation for adaptive detection with hyperspectral imaging applications," AFRL, $10,000, 2003.

  • U. Tureli, H. Li, and Y. D. Yao, "Wireless systems laboratory equipment acquisition," New Jersey Equipment Leasing Fund Program, $78,000, 2002-2011.

  • R. Chandramouli, "Energy efficient mobile wireless networking," NSF CAREER, $306K, 2002-2007.

  • U. Tureli, "Wireless testbed development," New Jersey Center for Wireless Technology (NJCWT), $90,000, 2002-2004.

  • H. Li, "Wireless information assurance: Smart antennas for interference suppression," US Army TACOM/ARDEC, $91,410, 2002-2003.

  • H. Man, K. P. Subbalakshmi, E. Angelopoulou, and G. Kamberov, "Computer assisted system for patients' pre-operative analysis," Faculty Technogenesis Initiative, Stevens Institute of Technology, $65.6K, 2002-2003.

  • K. P. Subbalakshmi, "Reliable and secure networking for early warning and disaster response systems," US Army Picattiny Arsenal/Stevens Wireless Network Security Center, $90K, 2002-2003.

  • Y. D. Yao, "RF transmission power management and detection: Chaotic DS SS," US Army TACOM/ARDEC and WiNSeC, $80K, 2002-2003.

  • U. Tureli, "FY2001: wireless testbed equipment purchase," New Jersey Center for Wireless Technology (NJCWT), $43,000, 2002.

  • K. P. Subbalakshmi and R. Uma, "Multilayer approaches for reliable multimedia delivery over heterogeneous networks," SUN Microsystems, Academic Equipment Grant, $52K, 2001-2003, (Co-PI: R.N. Uma, UT Dallas).

  • Y. D. Yao, R. Chandramouli, H. Li, H. Man, K. P. Subbalakshmi, and U. Tureli, "Wireless communications: Services and applications," New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology, $496K, 2001-2003.

  • K. P. Subbalakshmi, "Error resilient multimedia communications," New Jersey Center for Wireless Telecommunications, $65K, 2001-2003, (project is part of a multi-university effort).

  • Y. D. Yao, "RACH and CPCH in WCDMA: Queuing model and performance evaluation," GBT, Inc., $19K, 2001-2002.

  • Y. D. Yao , "Voice over IP: Protocol design and performance simulation using OPNET," Lucent Technologies, $20K, 2001-2002.

  • K. P. Subbalakshmi, H. Man, R. Chandramouli, and S. Tewksbury, "Multimedia research and development facility," NJ State Matching Grant, $46k, 2001.

  • U. Tureli, "Teaching and research in multicarrier systems: SystemView software package donation with CDMA & PCS, DVB, M-Link, FPGA architect and automatic program generator," Elanix Incorporated, Califonia, Feb. 2001, (Software donation valued at $51,754).

  • M. J. Irwin, N. Vijaykrishnan, and R. Chandramouli, "Optimization and control of low power wireless multimedia networks," NSF, $498K, 2000-2004.

  • Y. D. Yao, "New jersey center for wireless telecommunications-Stevens program," New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology (NJCST), approximately $800,000, 2000-2003, (with other ECE faculty).

  • R. Chandramouli, "Secure and reliable wireless sensor networking for homeland security," $109K, U.S. Army.

  • R. Chandramouli and K.P. Subbalakshmi, "Digital Watermarking and Internet Forensics," $350K, Classified Sponsors.

  • R. Chandramouli and N.D. Memon (Polytechnic Univ), "Mathematical theory for steganalysis," $200K, U.S. AFRL.

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