Panelists

Edmund Yeh

Dr. Edmund Yeh

Director, Networking for Big Data Laboratory | Professor, College of Engineering

Networking for Big Data Laboratory is developing data-centric network algorithms and protocols for communication, caching, and computation, with application to the 5G mobile wireless edge as well as large-scale data-intensive science. Generating optimized communication and computation algorithms for supporting multi-sender multi-receiver applications with highly demanding latency constraints, over heterogeneous wireless network environments is also a priority. Additional resources are allocated to advancing the science of interdependent networks and infrastructures, and developing structures and algorithms which provide systemic resilience.

Aatmesh Shrivastava

Dr. Aatmesh Shrivastava

Director, Energy Circuits and Systems Group | Assistant Professor, College of Engineering

Energy Circuits and Systems Group performs research on self-powered and ultra-low power circuits and system for IoT. Attention is focused on energy-harvesting and power-first system/computer architecture, ultra-low power bio-medical and neural circuits, exascale computing, and high-reliability circuits and system design in order to make IoT devices easily deployable.

Matteo Rinaldi

Dr. Matteo Rinaldi

Director, Northeastern Sensors & Nano Systems Laboratory | Associate Professor, College of Engineering

Northeastern Sensors & Nano Systems Laboratory (NS&NS) is working on the development of miniaturized, low-power and high-performance sensors and radio frequency components. Research is directed toward exploiting the fundamental properties of micromechanical structures and advanced nanomaterials in order to engineer new classes of micro- and nano-electromechanical systems (MEMS/NEMS) possessing unique and enabling features applied to the areas of chemical, physical, and biological sensing and low power reconfigurable radio communication systems.

Tommaso Melodia

Dr. Tommaso Melodia

Director, Wireless Networks and Embedded Systems Laboratory | Professor, College of Engineering

Wireless Networks and Embedded Systems Laboratory (WiNES) is designing a new generation of secure, reliable, energy-efficient wireless networked systems with higher intelligence and integration with the physical environment. Partnering opportunities are available in sensors, networks, IoT, implantable and wearable devices, cognitive radio, software-defined networks and more.

Kaushik Chowdhury

Dr. Kaushik Chowdhury

Director, Generation Networks and Systems Laboratory | Associate Professor, College of Engineering

Generation Networks and Systems Laboratory (GENESYS) explores new network designs and architectures for over the air RF networks, intra-body medical networks, interaction of human with machines, intelligent radios, and unconventional energy harvesting.