LENSS - Laboratory for Embedded & Networked Sensor Systems

The Laboratory for Embedded & Networked Sensor Systems at Texas A&M University performs research in edge/distributed computing, Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS), Internet-of-Things (IoT), wireless networking (adhoc, sensor, mesh, delay tolerant), and wireless security. We currently focus on resilient broadband communication and edge computing for FirstNet, flow-based CPS (for Water Distribution Systems, Drug Delivery Systems and Oil&Gas Exploration), and WiFi Direct security.

We gratefully acknowledge the funding support from NIST, NSF, ONR, NPS , EPA, KAUST, Rockwell Collins, BCSMPO and Texas A&M.


Recent News ( funding, students, general announcement )

  • December 2017: We are grateful to Texas A&M Agrilife for funding our IoT project.
  • December 2017: Congratulations to Chen Yang for successfully defending his PhD Dissertation.
  • June 2017: We are grateful to NIST for the grant "DistressNet-NG: A Resilient Broadband Communication and Edge Computing Infrastructure for FirstNet".
  • March 2017: Congratulations to Wei having his paper accepted by SECON 2017.
  • January 2017: Congratulations to Harsha, former LENSS member, for having his NSF grant funded.
  • November 2016: Congratulations to Wei for successfully defending his PhD disertation.
  • March 2016: Congratulations to Chen for having his paper accepted by MOBIHOC 2016.