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Network sharing improves Internet, cell phone connections (VOA news). Read more
Dr. Mouli accepts the most likely to be funded award at the NJEN event. Read more
Stevens Ph.D. Student Honored for Software Controlled Wireless Radio System for Public Safety Applications in 2013 SDR Design Challenge. Read more
Stevens Institute of Technology Start-Up Dynamic Spectrum LLC Awarded NSF Grant to Commercialize Cognitive Radio Technology. Read more
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, and social networks. We have successfully developed and demonstrated promising technologies in these areas with support from government agencies and industries.
Research in the lab is focused on cognitive radio networks, wireless security, text mining, social networks.
|Cognitive Radio Networks||Text Analytics:|
|The project stems from SpiderRadio platform which is aimed to improve communication by optimizing it towards better power management and security. Team has been awarded in different wireless communication competitions.||Detecting deception from text is a challenging problem. Deceptive text content, for example, may be found in social networking sites, emails scams, email phishing, blogs, chat rooms, etc. Our approach uses a combination of psychology, linguistics and statistical analysis to detect deception. Try it! We do not capture any personal information.||It has become ubiquitous and the medium of choice for disseminating user generated video content. We ask and answer the question: is it possible to convey hidden message though this medium.|