The 2019 edition of Prof. Durgin’s technical tutorial delivered at in Phoenix, AZ at the IEEE RFID 2019 conference. Download the slides here.
Our friend at the SPAN (Sensors and Processing Across Networks) Lab have recently moved to the University of Washington at St. Louis. Founded by Prof. Neal Patwari, the group originally started at the University of Utah. Check out their website here. The SPAN lab and GTPG have worked together on several memorable collaborations, including attachable sensor/antenna combos that can be stuck to the exterior of buildings and monitor interior movement.
Fun fact: the first research paper published by Prof. Patwari and the first research paper published by Prof. Durgin were … the same paper!
The final video in the Wireless Without Batteries Series, involving low-powered sensors used for localization, tomography, and telemetry. This concludes the 2017 lecture series that was delivered on the Georgia Tech campus in Shenzhen, China.
WWB19: Tomography and Sensing