Office of Naval Research grant!

Award project description is as follows:

Efficient and resilient querying and tracking services for wireless sensor networks

A significant application of wireless sensor networks is in the area of intrusion detection and the related problem of querying and tracking of the location of the targets. Two major challenges facing querying and tracking services in wireless sensor networks are the scalability and reliability problems.

To address these challenges, our project focuses on developing local and resilient services for querying and tracking under several WSN environments, namely, static, passively mobile, and actively mobile WSNs.

Starts on June, 2009. Support is for $510K for three years.


  • Doctoral Student Murat Ali Bayir graduated, Congratulations Murat! May 2010.
  • Crowd-Sourced Sensing and Collaboration Project got Google Research Award! Click here for details, March 2010.
  • Asst. Prof. Dr. Demirbas got NSF Project Grant! Click here for details, September 2009.
  • Doctoral Student Xuming Lu graduated, Congratulations Xuming! May 2009.
  • Asst. Prof. Dr. Demirbas got Office of Naval Research Grant! Click here for details, April 2009.
  • Two papers accepted to WOWMOM 2009 from Ubicomp Lab!, Click here for details, December 2008.
  • Asst. Prof. Dr. Demirbas awarded NSF Career Award! Click here for details, January 2008.

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