Zhuo Lu who has successfully passed his PhD defense on "Modeling and Evaluating the Impact of Denial-of-Service Attacks in Emerging Wireless and Mobile Applications." Congratulations again, Dr. Lu!
- Zhuo Lu who has successfully passed his PhD defense on "Modeling and Evaluating the Impact of Denial-of-Service Attacks in Emerging Wireless and Mobile Applications." Congratulations again, Dr. Lu!
May 8, 2013
The Networking of Wireless Information Systems
(NetWIS) laboratory led by Dr. Wenye Wang,
is focused broadly on in-depth understanding, algorithm and
protocol design in mobile wireless networks. Our vision is that by developing
new models, measuring experimental results, and understanding basic
properties of wireless networks in different circumstances, it is
possible to design algorithms, protocols, and architectures that enable
a wireless network to have robust architecture and topology and high performance for diversified applications and large-scale
distributed, intelligent systems.
Our lab members include undergraduate students who
gain their experience in research and prepare for their graduate study,
and graduate students who aim to make novel contributions to wireless
networking area. Currently, we are focused on the issues like mobile clouds, vehicle-to-vehicle communications, wireless in the Smart Grid from the perspective of network resilience and performance in the presence of failures and abnormality.
Fax : 919-515-5523
Courier:Dr. Wenye Wang
3056 Engineering Building II, 890 Oval Drive
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
P.O. Box 7911-EBII, NC State University
Raleigh, NC 27606