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    Last updated 01/18/2021

    Research Title Sponsor PI Faculty
    Towards a Cellphone Infrastructure for Harvesting Dynamic Interaction Network Data NSF Bilal Khan
    I-Corps: Infrastructure-free Security Monitoring and Tracking for Wireless Target (iSMoWT) NSF Ping Ji
    Collaborative Research: Applying Behavioral-Ecological Network Models to Enhance Distributed Spectrum Access in Cognitive Radio NSF Bilal Khan
    Assessing and Enhancing the Utility of National Incident-Based Crime Reporting System (NIBRS) Data DOJ & NIJ Douglas Salane
    Pompeiu Problems and Discrete Groups PSC CUNY Michael Puls
    Adaptive Control of a Class of First-Order, Multiple-State Regime-Switching Systems with Binary-Valued Observation and fixed thresholds PSC CUNY Shaobai Kan
    Pompeiu Problems and Discrete Groups PSC CUNY Michael Puls
    Activity Annotation Using Microsoft Kinect PSC CUNY Hunter Johnson
    Malware Evolution PSC CUNY Bilal Khan
    Adaptive Tracking Control of Regime-Switching Systems with Quantized Output Observations PSC CUNY Shaobai Kan
    Merging from a Geodesic Point of View PSC CUNY Konstantinos Georgatos
    Real Time Intrusion Detection Based on Logs of Networks Elements PSC CUNY Ping Ji
    Recursive projection algorithm on FIR system identification with regime switching and binary-valued observations PSC CUNY Shaobai Kan
    Epistemic Conditional Logic PSC CUNY Konstantinos Georgatos
    Addressing Hepatitis C and Hepatocellular Carcinoma: The Current and Future Epidemics NYU Bilal Khan
    Injection Risks Networks in Rural Puerto Rico University of Nebraska - Lincoln Bilal Khan
    OAR Seed Money Program 2015 OAR Aftab Ahmad