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Branko Kerkez, Ph.D. 2012

Civil and Environmental Engineering
Advisor: Prof. K.S.J. Pister/S.D. Glaser
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My research focuses on intelligent infrastructure, and water resources. More specifically, I am interested in the deployment of large-scale wireless sensor networks, and the applications of control and machine learning theory to civil infrastructure problems.

The Internet of Things: IPv6 for Multihop Wireless Sensor Networks [BPN624]
The Internet of Things enables great applications, such as energy-aware homes or real-time
asset tracking. With these
networks gaining maturity, standardization bodies have started to work on standardizing how these
networks of tiny devices
communicate. We strongly believe IEEE802.15.4e TSCH is the most reliable and energy-efficient MAC
protocol for low-power motes.
The goal of this project is to provide open-source implementations of a complete protocol stack
based on the finalized Internet of
Things standards. This implementation can then help academia and industry verify the applicability
of these standards to the Internet
of Things, for those networks to become truly ubiquitous.


 

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