- January 2023: CUbiC (Center for Ubiquitous Connectivity), a JUMP 2.0 center funded by DARPA and SRC, kicks off. CUbiC is driving the technology and vision for next-generation wireless and optical connectivity. It is led by Prof. Keren Bergman at Columbia University, with Profs. Madhow and Rodwell from UCSB playing key roles on the leadership team. The wireless research agenda in CUbiC builds on the research performed in ComSenTer, the JUMP center led by Prof. Rodwell at UCSB. Center website coming soon ...
- October 2022: NSF 4D100, an interdisciplinary, cross-university project led by Prof. Madhow on joint communication and imaging using millimeter wave bands, kicks off. The project PIs are Profs. Buckwalter, Madhow, Mostofi and Rodwell at UCSB, and Prof. Sabharwal at Rice University. Project website is up.
- May 2022: Kickoff of a project under the NSF RINGS (Resilient & Intelligent NextG Systems) program led by Prof. Madhow, with Prof. Rodwell as co-PI. The research agenda is co-design of signal processing and hardware to build, and develop system innovations centered around large extended arrays for millimeter wave communication. Here’s the project...
- Prof. Madhow gives a talk on Learning RF Signatures with Complex CNNs: Opportunities and Pitfalls at ITA 2020, San Diego.
- We’re finally ready to talk about a recent tech transfer story: ShadowMaps, a technology spinout from our lab which produces drastic improvements of GPS in urban settings.
- Prof. Madhow and Prof. Zhang (UCSD) give a tutorial on mm wave systems at ACM SIGCOMM 2017. Slides available from the tutorial page.
NSF awards large project on mm-wave to UCSB-led team
See news release http://www.news.ucsb.edu/2015/016089/new-wave-wireless-communicatiions
- Indoor Millimeter Wave MIMO: Feasibility and Performance awarded the 2012 IEEE Marconi Prize Paper Award in Wireless Communications. Details here