The SINE Lab is directed by Prof. Hany Elgala at the State University of New York at Albany. Our research focus is on Wireless and Mobile Networks, Digital Signal Processing and Embedded Systems. The main research direction is to understand the principles of communication signals, networking and propagation channels to engineer a practical infrastructure for the future 5G networks, Internet-of-Things (IoT) deployments and cyber-physical systems (CPS) applications. We are particularly experts in Visible Light Communications (VLC) wireless transmission and LiFi networks and are interested in Optical Communication, Millimeter-Wave/THz Communication, Heterogeneous Networks, Physical-Layer Security, Wireless Backscattering and Localization, and Machine Learning for Wireless Communications and Networking.
Dec. 2018: For Spring 2019: We are actively looking for motivated BSc, MSc and PhD students to join the lab. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following: VLC/LiFi, machine learning in communications, backscatter communication, heterogeneous networks, and embedded systems and IoT applications. If you are interested, please email your CV.
Dec. 2018: Good luck Ahmed and Monette with your Doctoral Qualifying Exam (DQE)!
Oct. 2018: Happy to have undergraduate students joining the SINE Lab and working on projects during fall 2018 semester. Welcome Robert Kats, Travis Cooper, Ryan Abuasi, John W Bradburn, Meng Zhang, Na Li, Ayman Salloum, and Martin M Andreev. More information about the projects will be available soon!
July 2018: Ahmed has an accepted paper "Evolution of Multi-tier Transmission Towards 5G Li-Fi Networks" to be presented at the IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM 2018), Abu Dhabi, UAE, 9-13 December 2018. Congratulations Ahmed!
June 2018: Priti has an accepted paper "Visible Light Communication Using Deep Learning Techniques" to be presented at the IEEE Sarnoff Symposium 2018, Newark, New Jersey, USA, September 24-25, 2018. Congratulations Priti!
June 2018: Monette has an accepted paper "Security Aware Spatial Modulation (SA-SM)" to be presented at the IEEE Sarnoff Symposium 2018, Newark, New Jersey, USA, September 24-25, 2018. Congratulations Monette!
Apr. 2018: We are collaborating with the Center of Technology in Government on the UWB technology. The final project report on Intelligent Transportation based UWB Positioning and Connectivity: A Proof of Concept for Improving Public Transportation is available.
Feb. 2018: Vasuda Trehan started her project on Wearable devices that keep you safe.
Oct. 2017: Ahmed has an accepted paper to be presented at the "Broadband Access Communication Technologies XII" conference, the SPIE OPTO, the optoelectronics, photonic materials and devices conference, 2018. Congratulations Ahmed!
Sept. 2017: Patrik Fowley started his project on Energy harvesting for wearable devices.
Aug. 2017:Monette Khadr joined the SINE lab.
Apr. 2017: Elaine Huang is presenting her research work at the Annual University at Albany Undergraduate Research Conference.
Mar. 2017: Ahmed to present his first paper after joining the SINE lab at the WOCC 2017. Congratulations Ahmed!
Feb. 2017: Melanie Borgeest started her project on Autonomous Indoor Drones.
Feb. 2017: Elaine Huang started her project on Organic LEDs for Communication and Ranging.
Jan. 2017:Priti Pachpande joined the SINE lab.
Aug. 2016:Ahmed Hussein joined the SINE lab.
July 2016: Smit Shilu started his project on Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Wireless Sensing.
Apr. 2016: Elaine Huang is presenting her work at the 2016 SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference in Cobleskill, NY.
Apr. 2016: Elaine Huang is competing at the 2016 Microsoft Indoor Localization Competition in Vienna, Austria.
Jan. 2016: Elaine Huang started her project on Optical Camera Communicationc (OCC).
Jan. 2016: The SINE Lab is active!