Featured Research

High-Speed Wireless Network Architecture for Multimedia Support

Our group works on the development of MAC and routing protocols for a variety of wireless networks. Such protocols account for quality of service constraints as well as the wireless channel characteristics and traffic requirements. To develop a broad understanding of the Quality of Service issues in wireless networks we validate our proposed architectures using simulation, analytical tools as well as experimental prototypes.

Ubiquitous Multimedia Delivery

Our lab designs and implements transcoding architectures that provide quality of service and security support to heterogeneous clients' devices over diverse wireless networks. We provide below a description of our proof-of-concept prototype as well as a number of ongoing projects on this topic.


We research and develop security tools that provide adaptive security services. These tools adapt to dynamic links (e.g., wireless links), CPU load, application load, while taking into account the applications' quality of service requirements.