Prof. Han leads Project MANTIS, which conducts research in wireless sensor networks in the areas of efficient sensor operating systems, security/privacy of wireless sensor networks, compelling applications of WSNs, and novel wireless networking protocols for sensor networks.
The Mantis group hosted ACM SenSys 2006 in Boulder! See the pictures from the conference.
Award at ACM MobiSys 2006!
We deployed FireWxNet, a fire sensor network, in the forests and mountains of Idaho during the summer of 2005 to monitor weather conditions surrounding active wildfires. Check out pictures from the deployment! Also, here are some Powerpoint slides from a talk on FireWxNet given in Copenhagen, 2006. This work was performed in collaboration with the University of Montana.
Mantis Research Areas:
We describe some of our research as follows...
A complete list of the publications of the MANTIS project can be found in Prof. Han's list of publications.