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Welcome to the Networked & Embedded Systems Laboratory (NESL) at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). Our lab is a part of the Electrical Engineering Department, the Computer Science Department, and the Center for Embedded Networked Sensing (CENS). NESL is physically located in 1762 Boelter Hall on UCLA's main campus in Westwood, Los Angeles. We are engaged in research on architecture, design, and tools for networked and embedded computing and communication systems. Our current interests include wireless sensor and actuator networks, low-power and power aware computing and networking, mobile and wireless computing, and pervasive computing.

Feel free to explore this web site, and in case of any questions about NESL, please contact Prof. Mani Srivastava.


Recent Papers

• Supriyo Chakraborty, Chenguang Shen, Kasturi Rangan Raghavan, Yasser Shoukry, Matt Miller, Mani B Srivastava, "ipShield: A Framework for Enforcing Context-Aware Privacy," USENIX NSDI 2014 , April 2014. (TR-UCLA-NESL-201312-01)
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• Paul D Martin, Lucas F Wanner, Mani B Srivastava, "Runtime Optimization of System Utility with Variable Hardware," Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems , April 2014. (TR-UCLA-NESL-201404-03)
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• Longqi Yang, Kevin Ting, Mani B Srivastava, "Inferring Occupancy from Opportunistically Available Sensor Data," IEEE Percom , March 2014. (TR-UCLA-NESL-201403-01)
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News & Events

• Welcome summer interns! (2014-06-19) [ Details ]

• Congratulations to Lucas and Supriyo on successful Ph.D. Defense (2014-03-06) [ Details ]

• NESL's Work on Underwater Biomimetic Electric Sensing in the News (2013-04-02) [ Details ]


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