The jLab researches wireless sensing and communications systems, with a focus technology that furthers sustainable practices. Our work includes designing novel sensing paradigms for agriculture, inventing techniques for ultra-low power communication in indoor sensor networks, and exploiting non-traditional energy sources, such as microbes, for sustainable sensing.
The talk, titled "Enabling Sustainable Sensor Networks with Microbe-powered RF Backscatter", is recorded and available here.
Our work on wirelessly sensing soil moisture research was a finalist at the MIT Research Slam in Palo Alto, CA.
The poster was titled "Accelerating Data-Driven Agriculture Using Wireless Soil Moisture Sensors".