Our group currently consists of two faculty members and several
graduate and undergraduate students. We work on a variety of
fundamental and application oriented research projects in
multimedia, communications, and networking areas.
The current research and development focus of our group includes cognitive radio and dynamic spectrum access networks, wireless security, text mining, social networks, image/video steganography and steganalysis, and joint source-channel coding, error-resilient coding for wireless networking. We have successfully developed and demonstrated promising technologies in these areas with support from government agencies and industries. If you are interested in supporting our efforts, please feel free to contact one of the faculty members in our group.
The educational objective of the lab is to train graduate and undergraduate students in multimedia and wireless information technologies. Courses offered by us emphasize on a good mix of theory and hands-on experience. Course projects give students an opportunity to work in teams and design technologies from theory to their implementation.
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