April 13, 2004
Fifty five industrial partners, professors, and graduate students attended Carnegie Mellon's Center for Wireless & Broadband Networking's (CWBN) 3rd Annual Spring Review on April 13. The program featured sessions on applications and security, networking, wireless communications, and the policy trend of rethinking spectrum regulation.
Electrical and computer engineering faculty presenting their research through lectures and/or research posters included: CWBN Director Dan Stancil, Richard Carley, Gary Fedder, José Moura, Tamal Mukherjee, Rohit Negi, Adrian Perrig, Raj Rajkumar, Asim Smailagic, Peter Steenkiste, and Ozan Tonguz. The event concluded over dinner with corporate members and sponsors; current affiliates include Ansoft, Axcera, General Motors, Intel, and DoCoMo USA.
Founded in 2002, the CWBN was built on established strengths of the university in interdisciplinary research, wired networked, wireless networks, optical networks, and components. Leveraging these strengths, CWBN provides enhanced education for our students and maximum impact on the networking and telecommunications industry.