The Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory (UbiNET Lab) at UAlbany conducts research in next generation mobile wireless networks, focusing on autonomous spectrum measurement and dynamic access, architectures and resource allocation in IoT-and-Traditional (IoT&T) networks, measurement infrastructures and networked system design, integration and in-situ deployment. The lab has extensive background in field-deployed research in rural Africa and the U.S. Check out our Research page for ongoing projects.
We are hiring!!! The UbiNET Lab is looking for self-motivated PhD, MS and undergraduate students to join the lab. Go to our Positions page for more information on how to apply.
SyMMeTRy received the IEEE INFOCOM'20 Best Poster Award. Watch the video here.
Mariya is organizing the NSF NeTS CAREER webinar for aspiring PIs. For more information and registration: https://sites.google.com/tamu.edu/nsf-nets-resource-site/career-webinar.
Our paper entitled “Towards scalable zero-shot modulation recognition” was accepted to VTC-Fall'20. Congrats, Wei and Petko!
Our paper entitled “Protecting location privacy from untrusted wireless service providers” was accepted to WiSec'20. This is joint work with Keen Sung and Brian Levine from UMass Amherst.
UbiNET’s first PhD student, Wei Xiong, defended his dissertation today! Congratulations, Wei! His dissertation is entitled “Towards Practical Modulation Recognition for Future Spectrum-Sharing Applications”.
Our paper “Exploiting Self-Similarity for Under-Determined MIMO Modulation Recognition” was accepted in INFOCOM 2020.
Mariya will serve on the MobiSys'20 and ICTD'20 TPCs.
The UbiNET Lab received the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance 2019 Award for University Research on New Opportunities for Dynamic Spectrum Access.