This work, led by PhD student Monowar Hasan and ITI research assistant professor Sibin Mohan, won Best Paper Award at the 2016 Real-Time Systems Symposium.
CSL's C.K. Gunsalus co-authors story for Inside Higher Ed on how to help academic leaders improve struggling units.
Aerospace Engineering Assistant Prof. Grace Gao has been selected for the College of Engineering Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research, an honor bestowed on only a...
As mounting evidence demonstrates a lack of reproducibility in scientific research, CSL researchers say it is crucial in "advancing the frontiers of knowledge."
By using new technology developed by CSL researchers, companies could save thousands of dollars per month on their energy bills.
CSL Professor Singer will lead a new $48 million hub for student-focused design thinking and learning.
Swenson, a longtime member of CSL, was a pioneer in radio astronomy and RF sensing.
Cedric Langbort, Lav Varshney, and Daniel Work were each awarded $50K in seed grant funding
CSL grad student wins best paper at the IEEE Signal Processing Systems Workshop for energy-efficient, reliable mobile computing techniques.
CSL Professor Girish Chowdhary is leading development of a robot used for in-depth crop analytics.
CSL alumnus Thomas Riedl and CSL Professor Andrew Singer, founders of OceanComm, use ultrasound to bring the equivalent of Wi-Fi to the depths of our ocean.
The 2017-18 Beckman Fellowship will grant her release from teaching to pursue research for a semester.
Tandy Warnow was recognized for her outstanding contributions to the fields of computational biology and bioinformatics.
Utilizing IoT, CSL scientists have injected inexpensive sensors and radios in sporting equipment to make advanced analytics more accessible to the sports industry.
Six new faculty fellows and scholars have been appointed among ECE ILLINOIS faculty.
Engineers create a demonstration of self-contained autonomous flight by mimicking morphological properties of flexible bat wings.
CSL Professor Naira Hovakimyan was recently named a Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AAIA).
With the Humboldt Fellowship for Experienced Researchers, CSL Professor Negar Kiyavash will pursued research in Germany.
New work demonstrates portable DNA-based data storage systems with high data integrity.