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The Civic Side of Wireless

tsammons • Date: March 19, 2018

The Civic Side of Wireless

On Tuesday, March 20, from 3:30-4:30 pm., in 202 McKenna Hall, the Wireless Institute is hosting a panel discussion titled, The Civic Side of Wireless. A reception will follow from 4:30-5:30 pm. Everyone's smartphone speaks LTE and WiFi to enable thousands of compelling mobile applications. Thus, creating some challenges in this space. Panelists John Clarey, Anne Hayes, and Gene Crusie will address some of these challenges.

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In Memoriam: Professor Emeritus Ruey-Wen Liu

llestinsky • Date: February 26, 2018

Frank M. Freimann Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering, Ruey-Wen Liu

Frank M. Freimann Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering, Ruey-Wen Liu passed away February, 17 in Shanghai, China.

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Notre Dame studies how wearable trackers can make workers happier, more productive

tsammons • Date: February 19, 2018

How do you sleep at night? Are you stressed? How does that impact you at your job? This is the kind of data a team of researchers is looking into right now and they are using wearable wellness trackers to collect the data. The goal is to figure out how the latest technology might be able to help employers make their workers happier and more productive. "This is very early-stage work," says Aaron Striegel, an associate professor at Notre Dame's Wireless Institute and leader of this study.

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Researchers Use Wearables, Mobile Devices to Study Workplace Performance

nwelding • Date: February 12, 2018

Researchers at the University of Notre Dame are conducting an extensive $7.9 million, 21-month study focused on working professionals in cognitively demanding positions, such as engineers, programmers and managers in high-stress occupations. They hope to find out if mobile sensor technology can also help individuals improve effectiveness at work.

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NDWI's RadioHound sensing platform could play a role in CBRS

tsammons • Date: January 31, 2018

RadioHound, a project hatched at the University of Notre Dame Wireless Institute (NDWI) for dynamic spectrum monitoring, couldn’t come at a better time.

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