Bridging Theory and Practice: Towards More Accurate Wireless Sensing
In this talk, I will provide an overview of my group’s research and
then present my recent research on wireless sensing. In particular, I
will introduce a list of recent works on wireless motion sensing and
present an effective phase noise calibration technique which can be
broadly applicable to any commodity WiFi based sensing.
Sangtae Ha is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer
Science at the University of Colorado Boulder. He received his Ph.D.
in Computer Science from North Carolina State University. His research
focuses on building and deploying practical network systems. He
co-founded the Princeton EDGE Lab and led its research team as an
Associate Research Scholar at Princeton University from 2010 to 2013.
He is a co-founder and the founding CTO/VP Engineering of DataMi, a
startup company on mobile networks. He also co-founded Zoomi, which
develops an adaptive learning platform using artificial intelligence.
He is an IEEE Senior Member and serves as an Associate Editor for IEEE
Internet of Things (IoT) Journal. He received the INFORMS ISS Design
Science Award in 2014 and AT&T Faculty Research Award and Samsung
Global Research Outreach Award in 2017.