our group
The Wireless Information and Networked Things Laboratory (WINET) , formerly known as Wireless Networks Laboratory, at the University of Florida was founded by Dr. Yuguang "Michael" Fang in 2000 and is currently home to graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and visiting scholars. Our group conducts a variety of research on wireless information processing, intelligence extraction, data transportation and control, security and privacy, and network optimization and design, which target at developing technologies for connected and networked things, such as Internet of Things, to improve people's quality of life. Our research works have been published in books, refereed journals, and the proceedings of refereed conferences. We hold weekly group meetings for brain-storming and research status reporting. We are active participants in the activities of our parent group, the Wireless Information Networking Group (WING).