Rajat Talak successfully defended his dissertation titled "Information Exchange and Robust Learning Algorithms for Networked Autonomy." Congratulations Dr. Talak!
Igor Kadota successfully defended his dissertation titled “Age-of-Information in Wireless Networks: Theory and Implementation.” Congratulations Dr. Kadota!
With support from the Army Research Office, and much hard work from graduate student Igor Kadota, CNRG has built a radio lab, comprising of National Instrument's programmable radios. The lab will be used to experiment with and validate protocols and algorithms developed by the group.
Anurag Rai successfully defended his PhD titled “Toward Practical Policies for Neteork Control.” Congratulations Dr. Rai!
Qingkai Liang successfully defended his PhD thesis, titled “Network Control in Adversarial Environments.” Congratulations Dr. Liang!
Jianan Zhang successfully defended his PhD thesis, titled “Modeling, Analysis, and Control of Interdependent Networks.” Congratulations Dr. Zhang!
Our paper, “Optimizing Information Freshness in Wireless Networks under General Interference Constraints,” by Rajat Talak, Sertac Karaman, and Eytan Modiano, received the 2018 MobiHoc best paper award.
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