Director: Prof. Gang Zhou
- Amanda Watson (Ph.D. student)
- Shuangquan Wang (Ph.D. student)
- Woosub Jung (Ph.D. Student)
- Minglong Sun (Ph.D. student)
- Andrew Lyubovsky (undergraduate student)
- Yongsen Ma, Ph.D., January 2020, Dissertation Title: Improving WiFi Sensing and Networking with Channel State Information
- Hongyang Zhao, Ph.D., January 2020, Dissertation Title: Motion Sensors-based Human Behavior Recognition and Analysis, initial placement at Wish
- Kyle Wallace, Ph.D. (with Prof. Kun Sun), August 2018, Dissertation Title: Understanding and Enriching Randomness Within Resource-Constrained Devices, initial placement at MITRE
- Qing Yang, Ph.D., January 2018, Dissertation Title: Exploiting Power for Smartphone Security and Privacy, initial placement at Gemalto
- Ge Peng, Ph.D., May 2017, Dissertation Title: Enhancing Energy Efficiency and Privacy Protection of Smart Devices, initial placement at Google
- David T. Nguyen, Ph.D., May 2016, Dissertation Title: Enhancing Mobile Device System Using Information from Users and Upper Layers, initial placement at Facebook (Research Scientist)
- Daniel Graham, Ph.D., May 2016, Dissertation Title: Enhancing the Sensing Capabilities of Mobile and Embedded Systems, initial placement at Microsoft; now an Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia
- Xin Qi, Ph.D., May 2015, Dissertation Title: Improving Context Recognition and Leveraging Context Awareness in Mobile Systems, initial placement at VMware
- Andrew Pyles, Ph.D., May 2013, Dissertation Title: Network Traffic Aware Smartphone Energy Savings, initial placement at MITRE
- Zhen Ren, Ph.D. (with Prof. Haining Wang), August 2012, Dissertation Title: Towards Confident Body Sensor Networking, initial placement at Synopsys
- Matthew Keally, Ph.D., May 2012, Dissertation Title: A Learning-based Approach to Exploiting Sensing Diversity in Performance Critical Sensor Networks, initial placement at MITRE
- Yantao Li, Visiting Scholar, Southwest University, China, 2019
- Fang Wang, Visiting Scholar, Chinese Academy of Science, China, 2017
- Mingyan Xu, Visiting Scholar, National Digital Switching System Engineering and Technological R&D Center, China, 2017
- Haiming Chen, Visiting Scholar, Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Science, China, 2016
- Yongfeng Wang, Visiting PhD student, Harbin Engineering University, China, 2016
- Shuangquan Wang, Visiting Scholar, Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Science, China 2014
- Kun Liu, Visiting Scholar, Anhui Normal University, China, 2014
- Yantao Li, Visiting Ph.D. student, Chongqing University, China, 2012
- Xiaoran Peng, Master, 2018
- Aaron Wells, Master, 2017
- Leigh Garbs, Master, 2016
- Amanda Watson, Master, 2016, stay for Ph.D.
- Steven Walker, Master, 2016
- Kyle Wallace, Master, 2014, stay for Ph.D.
- Conner Kasten, Master, 2013
- Bruce Cutler, Master, 2013
- Daniel Leong, Master, 2012
- Robert Thompson, Master, 2010
- George Simmons, Master, 2010, stay for Ph.D.
- Andrew Pyles, Master, 2010, stay for Ph.D.
- Matthew Keally, Master, 2008, stay for Ph.D.
- Benjamin Powell, 2018 (Honors Thesis: Turning Detection in Sandbar Sharks through Accelerometer Data)
- Samhita Pendyal (2018-2019)
- Fei He, Bachelor, 2017
- Jeffery Buffkin, Bachelor, 2017
- Kevin Ji, Bachelor, 2013
Funded Research Projects
- NSF CSR:EAGER: A Wearable Body Motion Sensing Platform Using Conducive Stretchable Fabric
- NSF SaTC: Towards Energy-Efficient Privacy-Preserving Active Authentication of Smartphone Users
- CIT CRCF: Reducing Smartphone Application Delay through Read/Write Isolation
- DARPA: Investigating Contextual H-MOG (Hand-movement, -orientation, and -grasp) as a New Modality for Continuous Authentication of Smartphone Users
- NSF CAREER: Exploiting Sensing Diversity and Conquering Communication Reality to Meet User Requirements in Performance-critical Wireless Sensor Networks
- NSF CNS: EAGER: Network Traffic Aware Smartphone Energy Savings
- NSF CNS: Holistic Transparent Performance Assurance within the Crowded Spectrum
- NSF IHCS: Multi-scale QoS for Body Sensor Networks
Why pursue a degree at William & Mary?
- Founded in 1693, William & Mary is the second oldest educational institution in the U.S. Although Harvard began operation first, William & Mary’s antecedents actually predate those of the Massachusetts institution.
- Four US Presidents benefited from educational programs offered by the College: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe and John Tyler.
- William & Mary ranked 32nd overall in national rankings and the College maintained its spot as the sixth-best public university in the country, according to the 2018 U.S. News & World Report. William & Mary is one of the 8 Public Ivy universities.
- The College’s student/faculty ratio of 11/1 is the lowest among the top public universities–and comparable to those at the nation’s top 25 schools. In addition, nearly 50 percent of William & Mary’s classes have fewer than 20 students.
- More W&M ranking information can be found here.
- The College of William and Mary hosts the SciClone heterogeneous computing cluster.
- The Computer Science Department hosts a large number of Linux/Windows/Macintosh workstations and servers.
- The LENS lab hosts the following wireless and sensor devices: