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(11) Selected Research Projects

  • November 2009—December 2019, "Quality-of-Information-Aware Networks for Tactical Applications (QUANTA)," (Sponsor: US Army Research Laboratory).
  • August 2014—July 2017, "CIF: Small: Collaborative Research: Foundations of Energy Harvesting Wireless Communications," (Sponsor: The National Science Foundation).
  • May 2013—April 2017, "TWC SBE: Medium: Collaborative: Incentive Compatible Wireless Security," (Sponsor: The National Science Foundation).
  • September 2013—August 2016, "CIF: Small: Collaborative Research: Realizing the Vision of Information-Theoretic Security for Wireless Communications," (Sponsor: The National Science Foundation).
  • May 2010—May 2015, "CIF: Medium: Collaborative Research: Interactive Security," (Sponsor: The National Science Foundation).
  • March 2010—March 2015, "NeTS: Medium: Collaborative Research: Rechargeable Networks," (Sponsor: The National Science Foundation).
  • August 2007—June 2012, "NeTS-WN: Collaborative Research: Cognition, Collaboration, and Competition in Hybrid Wireless Networks," (Sponsor: The National Science Foundation).
  • November 2006—September 2011, "Rethinking Mobile Ad Hoc Networks: A Non-equilibrium Information Theory," (Sponsor: DARPA Information Theory for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (ITMANET) Program).
  • August 2007—August 2011, "Collaborative Research: CT-ISG: Secure Capacity of Wireless Networks," (Sponsor: The National Science Foundation).
  • February 2003—January 2010, "CAREER: Signal Processing for Multiuser Multiantenna Wireless Communications," (Sponsor: The National Science Foundation).
  • July 2006—December 2007, "Control Over Network Coding for Enhanced Radio Transmission Optimization (CONCERTO)," (Sponsor: DARPA Control Based Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (CBMANET) Program).
 

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