Department of Computer Science
California State University, Channel Islands
- Communication-Aware Robotics:
This research considers a team of mobile robots that are given a task to do cooperatively and maintaining connectivity among the nodes or to an outside node can be crucial to accomplish the assigned tasks successfully.
- Robotic in Realistic Communication Environments:
This research considers a team of mobile robots that is tasked with a mission in realistic communication environments that experience fading, shadowing, and path loss.
- 5G Communication Technology in Robotics:
This research considers the application of 5G communication technology in robotics. A special focus lies on the ultra-reliable low latency communication (URLLC) capabilities of the 5G network to facilitate time-critical, computational exhaustive operations in robotics.
- Millimeter-wave (mmWave), Terahertz (THz), 6G & Beyond:
In this research, we work on a wide range of fundamental problems in the development of next generation wireless technologies – from basic devices, to fundamental knowledge of channels and systems, to the key issues facing networks, security and applications. Our key thrust areas of research include terahertz communications, millimeter wave (mmWave), 5G and 6G applications (such as robotics, UAVs, autonomous vehicles), machine learning, communication foundations, and 6G testbeds.