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.
Our paper “Learning the unknown: Improving modulation classification performance in unseen scenarios” was accepted at INFOCOM'21. Congrats to collaborators from KU Leuven and Armasuisse: Erma Perenda, Sreeraj Rajendran, Sofie Pollin and Gerome Bovet.
Mariya will participate in a panel on 5G AND BEYOND 5G: VISION AND RESEARCH CHALLENGES at the N2Women event at GLOBECOM'20.
New paper on our rural emergency preparedness work appeared in the GetMobile Magazine. Take a look at the paper here.
Mariya will co-lead the NSF Research Partnership on National Radio Dynamic Zones. More info about the partnership and upcoming events here.
Mariya gave a talk and participated in a panel on AI for Wireless at WoWMoM'20.
Mariya gave a talk and participated in a panel at the NSF Visionary Workshop on Wireless, Spectrum & Innovation.
SyMMeTRy received the IEEE INFOCOM'20 Best Poster Award. Watch the video here.
UbiNET’s first PhD graduate, Wei Xiong, received the University at Albany Best Dissertation Award. Congrats, Wei!