Formed the Warren B. Nelms Institute for the Connected World based on $5M donation by David and Daryl Nelms to honor Warren B. Nelms, an ECE alum.
Dr. Sandip Ray presents "Architecting Internet-of-Things Systems: Impending Challenges and Integrative Solutions" on Thursday, Nov. 29, 1:00 p.m., LAR 310.Read more
The third floor of Benton Hall, hosts a massive, interconnected virtual city out of Lego bricks—for IoT research.Read more
Daniela Oliveira and Yier Jin (co-principal investigators) have recently been awarded an NSF grant which will support REVELARE, a comprehensive security solution for IoT devices.Read more
The Warren B. Nelms Institute for the Connected World was established to lead research and education in all aspects of the intelligent connection of things, processes, people, and data that address major world challenges including health, energy, transportation, and manufacturing. Together with industry, university, and government partners, the Nelms Institute will develop broad, interdisciplinary Internet-of-Things (IoT) technologies, applications, and policies to create more secure and connected communities. To fuel the next industrial revolution, the Institute will promote tech transfer, entrepreneurship, policy, education and outreach in IoT and its integral components of sensors, low-power embedded processing, communication, networking, cloud computing, data analytics, machine learning, security, privacy and trust.