Center for Research in Signals and Networks

The SINE Center is an interdisciplinary effort in research and education, bringing together three faculty from Computer Science and three faculty from Electrical Engineering. Research activities focus on topics related to information collection and processing in signals and networks. Example projects include wireless sensor networks for geosystems; compressive sensing and optimization in imaging and signal acquisition; incentive mechanisms and enforcement strategies for efficient spectrum sharing; control, identification, and tracking of dynamical systems; community detection and mobility monitoring via social media; and building energy monitoring and control using wireless sensor networks. Educational activities include providing professional development opportunities for Colorado high school teachers and a wide range of STEM outreach activities to K-12 students.