Professor and Associate Chair for Research
- embedded systems
- information switching
- wireless networks
Subir’s research interests include the broad area of wireless data networking, low-power network protocols, vehicular networks, on-body networks, and application-specific sensor networks. Research in Prof. Biswas' NeEWS laboratory spans across a wide range of embedded system design issues including resource-constrained network systems, embedded operating systems, network middleware, mobile content delivery, and application specific hardware and software subsystem design.
- M. Quwaider, J. Rao and S. Biswas, Power Assignment with Dynamic Link Quality Inference for On-Body Wireless Communication, ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems (TECS), Special Issue on Wireless Health, August 2010.
- M. Quwaider, and S. Biswas, Disruption Tolerant Network Routing in Body Sensor Networks with Dynamic Postural Partitioning, Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks Journal, November, 2010.
- Plummer, M. Taghizadeh, and S. Biswas, Measurement Based Bandwidth Scavenging in Wireless Networks, In Press, To Appear, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, 2011.
- T. Wu and S. Biswas, Routing with Off-network Control: A Novel Paradigm for Scalable Design in Very Large Sensor Networks, ACM/Springer Journal of Wireless Networks (WINET), July 2010.