Intelligent Sensing, Networking, and Cyberphysical Systems

The InSinc (Intelligent Sensing, Networking, and Cyberphysical Systems) group focuses on theoretical and experimental research around a wide range of topics in sensing, networking, and cyberphysical systems. The team aims to develop foundational algorithms in these areas, and often guided by data-science and artificial intelligence, translates them to practical systems for societal applications.

Research

Applications include:
  • new Internet technologies
  • high-performance WiFi and 5G networks
  • mobile computing and IoT
  • robotics
  • autonomous cars
  • healthcare
  • social networks
  • manufacturing

Related Faculty

Group Contact:
Diana Scott
dlscott@illinois.edu
(217) 300-7784

Professor of Computer Science
Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Professor of Computer Science
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Professor of Computer Science
Professor of Computer Science
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
CSL Director and Professor of Computer Science
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Adjunct Assistant Professor


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