Category Archives: Mobile computing

I3T Lab Hiring PhD Students and Postdocs

Duke University I^3T Lab has multiple openings for PhD students and postdocs. We work in the area of pervasive mobile and sensing systems broadly, and pervasive mobile Augmented Reality (AR) and next-generation intelligence for the Internet of Things in particular. … Continue reading

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Summer 2021: 3 REU Projects on Next-generation Mobile AR

This summer we were fortunate to be able to virtually host 3 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) students in the I^3T Lab, through the Duke University REU Site for Meeting Grand Challenges in Engineering. The research students were engaged in … Continue reading

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IEEE/ACM IPSN Paper: Edge-assisted Collaborative Image Recognition for Mobile Augmented Reality

Our paper on image recognition for mobile augmented reality in the presence of image distortions appeared in IEEE/ACM IPSN’20 and received the conference’s Best Research Artifact Award [ Paper PDF ] [ Presentation slides ] [ Video of the presentation … Continue reading

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Edge-based Provisioning of Holographic Content for Augmented Reality

Our work on using edge computing to transmit holograms to augmented reality (AR) users has recently appeared in the IEEE SmartEdge Workshop, co-located with IEEE PerCom, as an invited paper. [ Paper PDF ] [ Presentation slides ] [ Video … Continue reading

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Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates Students Presenting Their Work on Edge Computing and Augmented Reality

Two summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates students have presented their summer projects at the Duke University REU showcase. Courtney Johnson presenting his summer research on precision eye tracking for Magic Leap performance and user experience optimization. Jovan Stojkovic, Duke ECE … Continue reading

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NSF Computer Systems Research Grant: Multi-tier Service Architecture in IoT-Edge-Cloud-Paradigms

Yale University Prof. Wenjun Hu and Duke University Prof. Maria Gorlatova received an NSF Computer Systems Research (CSR) Small Collaborative grant to examine joint concurrent optimization of multiple applications in multi-tier edge/fog computing architectures. [Award Information]

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2016 IEEE Communications Society Young Author Best Paper Award

Aya Wallwater, Gil Zussman, and myself received the 2016 IEEE Communications Society Young Author Best Paper Award at the 2016 IEEE GLOBECOM earlier this week, for our paper on measurements and algorithms for networks of energy harvesting nodes that appeared … Continue reading

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Shelved Project Ara: Would Have Made a Great Research Project

Google’s project Ara, aimed at creating a smart phone consisting of easily interchanged modules, is officially shelved. Ara should have been a research project, and not a productization attempt. As a product, it was always questionable: it’s hard to figure out what … Continue reading

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IoT Spectrum Devices: Unusual Design Choices in Amazon Dash Button

Amazon recently announced that it will be partnering with over 50 additional brands in deploying its Dash buttons, small electronic buttons that can be sprinkled around the house and clicked to order the product a button represents. There are now … Continue reading

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Visualizations: my CV and my Research Statement as Word Clouds

As far back as I remember, I was a fan of clear, catchy, and entertaining visual data representations. Like those that often appear in the National Geographic or the Economist – the engaging ways of presenting scientific facts and data. … Continue reading

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