Polymer-Probe-Based Scanning Probe Microscope for Noninvasive, High-Speed, Broadband Investigation of Live Mammalian Cell

Prof. Jaeseok Jeon is part of a team that has been awarded an NSF grant of $636,557 for 3 years for the project   Development of a Polymer-Probe-Based Scanning Probe Microscope for Noninvasive, High-Speed, Broadband Investigation of Live Mammalian Cell.   This is a collaborative project with Profs. Qingze Zou (PI) of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Nan Gao of Biological Sciences.

Active Feature Learning and Classifier Training for Object Recognition

ECE faculty Waheed Bajwa, Anand Sarwate and Athina Petropulu have received a one-year, $125,526 award from General Dynamics under an Army Research Lab Collaborative Technology Alliance (CTA) on Robotics. This basic research award is titled "Active Feature Learning and Classifier Training for Object Recognition." As part of this project, the Rutgers team will work together with other consortium members to develop algorithms for analyzing behaviors and activities from video and LADAR data, which will eventually help the Army develop future highly autonomous unmanned systems.

Virtual Mobile Cloud Network for Realizing Scalable, Real-Time Cyber Physical Systems

Dipankar Raychaudhuri, Ivan Seskar and Yanyong Zhang received a 3-year NSF grant of $300K for the project " Virtual Mobile Cloud Network for Realizing Scalable, Real-Time Cyber Physical Systems."

The project is part of a new US-Japan collaborative program called JUNO and involves joint work with a research group at NICT (National Institute for Information and Communications Technology), Tokyo.

ExTASY Extensible Tools for Advanced Sampling and analYsis

Prof. Shantenu Jha received a 3-year NSF grant of $617,005 for the project "ExTASY Extensible Tools for Advanced Sampling and analYsis".   ExTASY is a $1.35M collaborative project between Rutgers, Rice, Duke and IBM. It has a sister project in the UK funded by the EPSRC -- UK's equivalent of NSF.   The UK partners are Edinburgh, Nottingham and Imperial College.

Demand-aware dynamic virtual station provisioning and allocation in cloud radio access networks

Professor Dario Pompili received a 3-year NSF NeTS grant of $400,000 for the project "Demand-aware Dynamic Virtual Base Station Provisioning and Allocation in Cloud Radio Access Networks (C-RANs).

The project abstract is shown below.

Demand-aware Dynamic Virtual Base Station Provisioning and Allocation in Cloud Radio Access Networks (C-RANs)

PI:   Prof. Dario Pompili, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Rutgers University

Demand-aware dynamic virtual station provisioning and allocation in cloud radio access networks

Professor Dario Pompili received a 3-year NSF NeTS grant of $400,000 for the project "Demand-aware Dynamic Virtual Base Station Provisioning and Allocation in Cloud Radio Access Networks (C-RANs).

The project abstract is shown below.

Demand-aware Dynamic Virtual Base Station Provisioning and Allocation in Cloud Radio Access Networks (C-RANs)

PI:   Prof. Dario Pompili, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Rutgers University

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