The Mobile Systems Laboratory is engaged in the design, development, and evaluation of mobile networks, such as sensor networks, MANETs, and VANETs. Under the direction of Professor Rajive Bagrodia, the students in the lab are currently researching:
For more up-to-date information, please see the lab's publications.
The laboratory, located in Boelter Hall 3809, is comprised of a heterogeneous computing environment which includes multiple workstation, PCs, laptop computers, and multiprocessor machines. The lab was previously focused on parallel computing research and, thus, contains numerous parallel computing systems and setups.
The Computer Science Department provides a number of shared computing resources for research and instructional activities, including networking, disk storage and backup, access to multi-user systems, email, printing, and workstation support. There is also a dedicated computing lab for graduate students. The total computing resources of the Department are much greater than this central core as many research groups have machines not listed here but connected to the departmental LAN. Click here for more information.
Furthermore, SEASNet also provides several computing labs in Boelter Hall as well as downloads and licenses for many popular software (e.g., Microsoft Windows). Current students can apply for a SEASNet account to gain access to the lab computers and software. Click here for more information.