EARS: Machine Learning and Social Protocols for Enhancing Spectrum Access for Wireless Communications

Janne Lindqvist received an NSF award for $300,000.00 from the NSF Enhancing Access to the Radio Spectrum (EARS) program. Richard Howard of WINLAB is senior personnel on the grant.

Janne would like to acknowledge the help of Shridatt “James” Sugrim for helping with parts of the proposal.

The abstract is given below.

Title: EARS: Machine Learning and Social Protocols for Enhancing Spectrum Access for Wireless Communications

PI: Janne Lindqvist. Senior Personnel: Richard Howard

EAGER: Renewables: Collaborative Research: Foundations of Prosumer-Centric Grid Energy Management

Narayan Mandayam and Arnold Glass (Psychology) received an NSF EAGER Award to explore new directions in prosumer-centric smart grid management. This is a collaborative proposal between Rutgers, Princeton and Virginia tech. The award was 300K and our share is 100K. Please see details below.

EAGER: Renewables: Collaborative Research: Foundations of Prosumer-Centric Grid Energy Management

PI: Narayan Mandayam, Co-PI: Arnold Glass (Psychology)

Dynamic Context-Aware Data Protection Through Virtual Micro Security-Perimeters in Smartphones and Wearable Devices

Saman Zonouz and Dario Pompili received a 2.5 year, $576K grant from the Department of Homeland Security for their project "Dynamic Context-Aware Data Protection Through Virtual Micro Security-Perimeters in Smartphones and Wearable Devices".

The abstract follows.

Runtime Optimal Semantic Gap-Filling System Security Monitoring via Offline Automated Executable Profile Generation and Dynamic Sensor Deployment

Saman Zonouz received a 3 year, $572K grant from ONR as a sole PI for the project "Runtime Optimal Semantic Gap-Filling System Security Monitoring via Offline Automated Executable Profile Generation and Dynamic Sensor Deployment".

The abstract follows.

Spatiotemporally Varying Channel Map Estimation and Tracking in Wireless Networks

A. Petropulu and W. Trappe received a $500K 3-year CIF NSF grant for the project "Spatiotemporally Varying Channel Map Estimation and Tracking in Wireless Networks".   ECE PhD student D. Kalogerias was senior personnel on the proposal.

The abstract is shown below.

Spatiotemporally Varying Channel Map Estimation and Tracking in Wireless Networks

Trustworthy and Adaptive Intrusion Tolerance Capabilities in Cyber-Physical Critical Infrastructures

Saman Zonouz received a 2015 NSF CAREER Award for the project "Trustworthy and Adaptive Intrusion Tolerance Capabilities in Cyber-Physical Critical Infrastructures". The grant has been awarded by the CNS division of CISE directorate. The total award is $508K and its duration is five years.

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