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The internet Research Group, i-NRG, conducts research on computer communication networks, including the Internet and the internets of the future. i-NGR research focuses on the design, implementation, evaluation and testing of network protocols and services spanning wired- and wireless networks, including wireless multi-hop ad-hoc networks, wireless sensor networks, delay- and disruption-tolerant networks and IoT.

Director: Katia Obraczka

Engineering 2 Building, Room 311
UC Santa Cruz
1156 High St
Santa Cruz, CA 95064

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CMPE 280N Schedule – Fall 2022

CMPE280N: Seminar on Networks Fall 2022: Thursdays at 1:00 pm, Room E2-315 October 13 — Kerry October 20 — Anuj dry run October 27 — Dylan + ? November 3 — Li November 10 — Colleen Josephson Title: Enabling sustainable sensor networks with RF backscatter Abstract: We need affordable and innovative sensing to assist in tackling global-scale problems like sustainably feeding the next billion. RF … [Read More ...]

Publication by Kerry Veenstra et al.

K. Veenstra and K. Obraczka, “Grid Partition: an Efficient Greedy Approach for Outdoor Camera IoT Deployments in 2.5D Terrain”, In Proceedings of International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (ICCCN 2020), August 2020. … [Read More ...]

Publication by Danielle L. Ferreira et al.

Danielle L. Ferreira, B. Nunes, Carlos Alberto V. Campos, K. Obraczka, “A Deep Learning Approach for Identifying User Communities Based on Geographical Preferences and Its Applications to Urban and Environmental Planning”, in ACM Trans. Spatial Algorithms Syst., Vol. 1, No. 1, January 2020. … [Read More ...]

January Re-org-a-thon!

The first week of January, before the first day of classes on January 7, the labs in E2-311 and E2-305 will do some house cleaning and reorganization. Here is a list of items: E-waste any Scorpion equipment that cannot be repurposed. Decide to keep/discard/donate remaining parts and equipment. Shred boxes of old exams (2 years old or more). Reorganize everything that remains. Create an inventory of … [Read More ...]

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