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- 1/11/2019: Our paper “Design and Evaluation of IoT-enabled Instrumentation for a Soil-Bentonite Slurry Trench Cutoff Wall” was published in the MDPI Infrastructures — Open Access Journal as part of their special issue on intelligent infrastructures. This work was part of Yadong Li‘s summer research in 2016. Yadong is now a graduate student at NYU.
- 4/23/2018: Michael Matirko and Andrew Hawk were awarded Reed-Garman entrepreneurship awards to work this summer to evaluate community-scale wireless internet services.
- 4/12/2018: Haipu Sun and Bill Chen will work this summer as PUR students on Low-Power Wide-Area IoT networking.
- 11/10/2017: David Gillett presents his poster “Feasibility of Using Low-Cost Appliance Turbidity Sensors for Water Quality Monitoring” at the 12th Annual Bucknell Susquehanna River Symposium.
- 10/31/2017: I will serve as publicity chair for the 15th IEEE International Conference on Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing (UIC 2018).
- 8/2/2017: Mohamed Domah (’21) joins my “Smart City Lewisburg” joint research project with Michelle Beiler as a Presidential Fellow.
- 3/2/2017: PlanIt web application for estimating LPWAN coverage is live (requires Google log in).
- 2/20/2017: Keyi‘s demo “PlanIt and DQ-N for Low-Power Wide-Area Networks,” was accepted to appear at the 2nd ACM/IEEE International Conference on Internet-of-Things Design and Implementation Demo Session (IoTDI), 2017.
- 12/24/2016: My paper “Maximizing Coverage in Low-Power Wide-Area IoT Networks” was accepted to appear at the First International Workshop on Mobile and Pervasive Internet of Things (PerIoT), 2017.
- 12/12/2016: Keyi Zhang‘s paper “Crowdsourcing Low-Power Wide-Area IoT Networks” was accepted to appear at the 15th IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom), 2017.
- 12/9/2016: Keyi Zhang was selected as the runner-up of the Computing Research Association’s (CRA) Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award for Non-PhD-granting institutions 2017.
- 10/16/2016: “Experiences and Example of a Holistic Wireless Apartment Sensor Network Deployment in a Small to Medium Apartment Complex in an Arid High Grassland Biome” by Cory Jensen, Alan Marchiori, and Nicholas Gerstle was selected to appear in the Journal of Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy.
- 8/28/2016: Keyi Zhang’s paper “A Passive Multi-Channel Synchronization Solution for IoT” was accepted to The 8th annual Wireless of the Students, by the Students, for the Students (S3) Workshop part of MobiCom 2016.
- 3/17/2016: Ward Prescott‘s paper “HydroSense: An Open Platform for Hydroclimatic Monitoring” was accepted to the 2nd IEEE International Conference on Smart Computing (SMARTCOMP 2016).
- 1/11/2016: Keyi Zhang’s paper “Natural Language Search of Sensor Data” was accepted to the 13th IEEE Workshop on Managing Ubiquitous Communications and Services part of PerCom 2016.
- 10/16/2015: Ward Prescott’s updated poster “HydroSense: A low-cost, open-source, hydroclimatic monitoring system” has been accepted to the 10th Susquehanna River Symposium.
- 7/14/2015: HydroSense website is up.
- 6/23/2015: Ward Prescott’s poster “HydroSense: A low-cost, open-source, hydroclimatic monitoring system” has been accepted to the 3rd CUAHSI HydroInformatics Conference!
- 05/29/2015: Our stream monitoring project was mentioned in the Daily Item.
- 05/18/2015: Ward Prescott begins summer research. He is developing the radio for a hydroclimatic sensor network and a Arduino-compatible hydroclimatic sensor interface board.
- 05/11/2015: Keyi Zhang and Zhengri (Albert) Fan begins summer research. Keyi is developing a lightweight agent-based streaming data processing system. Zhengri is working to simulate RF coverage for a wide area wireless hydroclimatic sensing network.
- 04/24/2015: Received funding with co-pi Benjamin Hayes from the Degenstein Foundation for development of a wireless watershed monitoring system.
- 01/14/2015: Keyi Zhang’s paper “Extending Semantic Sensor Networks with QueryML,” accepted to PerCom WiP ’15.