Welcome to the Wireless Networking Group site. WNG performs research on all aspects wireless networking and communication. We specifically target experimentation in testbeds in addition to analysis and simulation. Some of our focus areas are:

  • Milimiterwave networking and extremely high frequency communication
  • Interference management and coordination mechanisms
  • Network coding
  • Mobile network resource and traffic optimization
  • Wireless transport protocols

What's new!


4 papers accepted for INFOCOM 2018!

We are glad to announce that 4 of our latest papers have been accepted for IEEE INFOCOM 2018. "The Cloud that Runs the Mobile Internet", "Communication-Driven Localization and Mapping for Millimeter Wave Networks", "Optimal Joint Routing and Scheduling in Millimeter-Wave Cellular Networks" and "Indoor Localization Using Commercial Off-The-Shelf 60 GHz Access Points" are their titles. The conference is held in Honolulu, HI, USA from 15-19 April 2018.  


IEEE Webinar by Joerg Widmer

Joerg Widmer is giving a IEEE ComSoc Webinar on the 12th of December 2018 tittled "Meeting the Challenges of the Protocol Level Issues for 5G Networks". This webinar will examine the work that is being done in addressing these issues and some of the solutions that have been developed.  




Poster awarded in Mobicom 2017!

The poster "Can MPTCP Improve Performance for Dual-Band 60 GHz/5 GHz Clients?" won the 3rd place in the ACM Student Research Competition. Click here to read it.



2 papers got accepted for ACM CoNEXT 2017

"Compressive Millimeter-Wave Sector Selection in Off-the-Shelf IEEE 802.11ad Devices" and "Zero Overhead Device Tracking in 60 GHz Wireless Networks using Multi-Lobe Beam Patterns" were accepted for the ACM CoNext Conference that will take place in South Korea (12-15 December)