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

An Experimental Platform for Investigating Energy-Performance Tradeoffs for Systems with Deep Memory Hierarchies

Drs. Manish Parashar, Ivan Rodero and Dario Pompili received a 3-year $300,000 grant from NSF for the project "An Experimental Platform for Investigating Energy-Performance Tradeoffs for Systems with Deep Memory
Hierarchies". The project abstract is give below.

An Experimental Platform for Investigating Energy-Performance Tradeoffs for Systems with Deep Memory Hierarchies

Mobility First: A Robust and Trustworthy Mobility-Centric Architecture for the Future Internet

Dr. Raychaudhuri has received an one-year $545,000 grant from NSF as a supplementary funding for the FIA MobilityFirst project. This project is entitled: "FIA: Collaborative Research: Mobility First: A Robust and Trustworthy Mobility-Centric Architecture for the Future Internet." The co-PIs are Drs. Roy D. Yates, Wade K. Trappe, Marco O. Gruteser, Richard P. Martin with Yanyong Zhang, Kiran Nagaraja and Ivan Seskar as senior personnel.

Dynamic Spectrum Access Platform

Ivan Seskar and D. Raychaudhuri, received a 3-year $288,000 grant 
from NSF for the project "WISER Dynamic Spectrum Access Platform and Infrastructure". This is in collaboration with Prof. Dirk Grunwald of U Colorado, NSF CRI (Computing Research Infrastructure) to further develop the WINLAB/Colorado cognitive radio platform for research community use. The total project cost is $670,000.

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Exploiting Sparsity for Interference Management in Broadband Communications

Prof. Waheed Bajwa received funding from the Qatar National Research Foundation, for the project::

"Exploiting Sparsity for Interference Management in Broadband Communications: Theory, Applications, and Testbeds"

This is a 3-year, approx. $1 million grant with UT-Dallas, and Qatar University (http://www.qnrf.org/newsroom/press_releases/detail.php?ID=3366) (pending award paperwork). The acceptance rate for this cycle of awards was 20% (137 out of 710 proposals recommended).

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