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Research Highlights

Performance-in-Depth Sparse Solvers for Heterogeneous Parallel Platforms
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Professor Maryam Mehri Dehnavi is the PI on a new NSF grant entitled "...

The Power of Many: Ensemble Toolkit for Earth Sciences
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Professor Shantenu Jha is the lead PI on a 3 year NSF award for $1.25M on a...

Role of Cortical Network Plasticity in Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury
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Professor Laleh Najafizadeh is part of a team receiving a grant from the New...

Probing Neural Connectivity at Multiple Temporal Scales
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Professor Laleh Najafizadeh is PI on a new NSF grant from the Biomedical...

ECE and The Media

Janne Lindqvist's News Article on World Password Day
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ECE Assistant Professor Janne Lindqvist, whose research focuses on gesture...

Professor Janne Lindqvist's research on smartphone interruptions featured in popular media
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Janne Lindqvist's recent work on smartphone interruptions has received a lot of...

Janne Lindqvist's research featured in "Rutgers Today"
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Smartphone Interruptions: Are Yours Relentless and Annoying?  A Rutgers study, featured in...

Vishal Patel's work on De-Raining featured in The Outline
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Professor Vishal Patel's recent work on de-raining is featured in the...

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LATEST NEWS

Shantenu Jha receives DOE Advanced Scientific Computing Research Award

Submitted by admin on November 15, 2016 - 4:04pm

Professor Shantenu Jha is the PI of a Department of Energy (DOE) ASCR award to Rutgers, along with Brookhaven National Laboratory (lead), Oak Ridge National Laboratory and University of Texas for the project titled, "Workflow Management on Titan for High Energy and Nuclear Physics and for Future Extreme Scale Scientific Applications”. The 2 year project is funded at $2M, and Rutgers will receive $565K and be responsible for research into workload management and placement. Working with the ATLAS experiment — one of two major experiments at CERN in Geneva, this project will investigate new and scalable high-performance and distributed computing methods to federate DOE leadership computing facilities with the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Grid. The research outcomes and solutions from this project are likely to guide the design and implementation of future computing infrastructure that CERN will employ as it plans for Run 3 and Run 4 of the LHC, producing thousands to million times greater volumes of complex data.

Congratulations on yet another high profile project Shantenu!

A detailed abstract follows:

ECE Alumnus Dorin Comaniciu Wins SOE Medal of Excellence Award

Submitted by admin on October 27, 2016 - 7:25pm



Dorin I. Comaniciu, Ph.D., vice president of medical imaging technologies at Siemens Healthcare, was presented the Distinguished Alumnus in Research award by Rutgers electrical and computer engineering professor Peter Meer.

The Medal of Excellence, the school’s highest honor awarded to an alumnus for superior, lifetime achievements that honorably reflect the school.

Pictured in the photo above, from left John DiCiurcio, Prof. Peter Meer, Dorin Comaniciu, and SOE Dean Thomas Farris.

For more photos and information, please click 2016 Medal of Excellence Awards



Professor Dario Pompili (right) and ECE PhD student Parul Pandey (left) have won the 2016 Googol T-ASE Best Applications Paper Award, for their IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (T-ASE) article titled "Dynamic Collaboration between Networked Robots and Clouds in Resource-Constrained Environments." The article is co-authored with Dr. Jingang Yi from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Rutgers. The authors received the award, which included a certificate and 500 USD prize, at the 12th IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), held in Fort Worth, TX.

A team from WINLAB received the best paper award for their paper "Visible light based activity sensing using ceiling photosensors" at the ACM Workshop on Visible Light Communication Systems (VLCS) held with the ACM MobiCom 2016 conference in New York, in October 2016. The team comprising graduates students Viet Nguyen*(ECE), Mohamed Ibrahim* (CS), Siddharth Rupavatharam (ECE) and Minitha Jawahar (ECE) was advised by Professors Marco Gruteser and Rich Howard.
* joint first authors

WINLAB to host remote CloudLab cluster

Submitted by admin on September 29, 2016 - 7:13pm

WINLAB has been asked by the NSF to host a remote CloudLab cluster, as part of a supplementary grant to the University of Utah aimed at enhancing CloudLab capabilities to support wireless/mobile experiments. Ivan Seskar and his team will receive funding of about $360K to acquire a CloudLab computing cluster and integrate it with CloudLab services as well as the ORBIT and GENI testbeds. The CloudLab project is led by Prof. Rob Ricci at Utah, and more information can be found at: https://www.cloudlab.us/