The DartNets Lab (Dartmouth Networking and Ubiquitous Systems Laboratory) is directed by Professor Andrew T. Campbell, Professor Temiloluwa O. Prioleau, and Professor Xia Zhou at Dartmouth College. Our research covers broadly applications, systems, and networking of smartphones and smart device systems. Lab members include PhD and Master students, undergraduate researchers, post-docs and visiting scholars.
We are actively looking for motivated students to join our lab. If you are interested in mobile systems research, please email us your CV.
Mar. 2019:Andrew will participate in a panel on The Future of Wellbeing with Ubiquitous Sensing at this years South by Southwest (SXSW), an annual conglomerate of film, interactive media, and music festivals and conferences in Austin, Texas.
Mar. 2019:A newly-released Science Nation video "Using light to move wireless data faster" features the NSF-funded research by Xia and her team. It is also promoted on NSF social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, tumblr and soon on Instagram.
Jan. 2019:Temi officially joins us! Welcome Temi!
Nov. 2018:Looking forward to having Anna Matusewicz joining our research project in the winter. She was selected to be a Junior Research Scholar!
Oct. 2018:Congratulations to Sung Jun Park on winning the Anna Thompson Burnap Undergraduate Student Research Award!
Oct. 2018:Weichen and Andrew have presented their UbiComp papers at UbiComp'18 in Singapore.
Aug. 2018:August 8 is Rui's last day in the lab :( It has been our great privilege to have had the opportunity to work with Rui. We are proud of what Rui has achieved during his PhD and wish him all the best at Facebook!
Jul. 2018:We have papers newly accepted by UbiComp'18, UIST'18, and MobiCom'18! Cheers!
Jul. 2018:We are happy to have a few undergraduate interns helping on the projects over the summer. Welcome Sung Jun Park, Babacar Gadiaga, Siqi Wang (Shanghai Jiaotong University), Yaning Wang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)!
Apr. 2018:Three new PhD students (Charles, Mikio, and Qijia) will join us in the fall!
Mar. 2018:Our paper is conditionally accepted by MobiSys'18. MobiSys_DartNets++!
Feb. 2018:Two papers were accepted by IMWUT and will appear in UbiComp'18. Go DartNets!
Jan. 2018:We are excited to have Christina Ru '21 and Shiyao Peng '20 joining our lab for two terms to participate in our projects. They are supported by the WISP program -- a big thank you!
Jan. 2018:A warm welcome to Mikio Obuchi from Keio University in this cold new year! He will be visiting our lab for three months working on mobile sensing.
Nov. 2017:Thanks to the research work led by Andrew, we are on the cover of Valley News!
Nov. 2017:LiGaze is one of the Best Paper Candidates at SenSys'17. Cheers!
Oct. 2017:We enjoyed attending MobiCom'17 in Snowbird. Zhao gave a talk on our current project in VLCS'17. Tianxing demonstrated our gaze-tracking system for VR in the demo session of the main conference -- people waiting in a queue to try our system, it was popular!
Sept. 2017:Great time at Maui, meeting friends and watching turtles ;-) Rui and Tianxing gave nice presentations at UbiComp'17.
July 2017:Our work on 3D-printed Wi-Fi reflectors is accepted by BuildSys'17. It is a very challenging project. Congratulations team!
July 2017:Xia is on this year’s list of "N2Women: Rising Stars in Networking and Communications".
July 2017:LiGaze is accepted by SenSys'17. Cheers!
July 2017:Two papers will appear in UbiComp'17! Maui we come!
July 2017:Welcome Dr. Yichen Li joining our lab as a post-doc researcher!
June 2017:Check the demo video of Aili, a table lamp that reconstructs hand poses.
June 2017:We had a great time at MobiSys'17. Andrew co-chaired the technical program. Check out the Dartmouth crowd at MobiSys. Dartmouth is for sure well represented -- MobiSys should give us group discount, no? :-)
Apr. 2017:We are thrilled to have four new PhD students (Kizito, Ruibo, Shayan, Weichen) joining us this fall!
Oct. 2016:DarkLight won the Best Video Award in MobiCom'16. Cheers!
Sept. 2016:A big welcome to Alessandro Montanari from Cambridge visiting us!
June 2016:CrossCheck is accepted by UbiComp'16! Congratulations Rui!
June 2016:DarkLight is accepted by MobiCom'16! Great job Zhao!
May 2016:We presented two talks and three posters in this year's Computer Science Research Symposium (CSRS)! Congratulations to Tianxing on winning the best talk prize!
Feb. 2016:StarLight is accepted by MobiSys'16! Congratulations Tianxing and Qiang!
Feb. 2016:DarkVLC made a great presence at both the technical and demo sessions of HotMobile'16! Nicely done Zhao -- our newly-minted Dark Knight ;-)
Feb. 2016:A very warm welcome to Prof. Javier Bajo visiting us for three months!
Jan. 2016:Welcome our new WISP intern Yichen Ke '19!
Dec. 2015:DarkVLC got in HotMobile'16! May the force be with you DartNets!
Oct. 2015:We did live demo of LiSense to the undergraduates from neighboring colleges in our departmental workshop on Exploring Graduate Study in Computer Science.
Sept. 2015:DartNets made presences in both UbiComp'15 and MobiCom'15. A few awards in MobiCom: LiSense won the Best Video Award; Justin and Zhao won the gold and bronze medal in the ACM Student Research Competition; WiPrint won the Hot Paper Award in the HotWireless workshop!
Aug. 2015:SmartGPA receives the UbiComp 2015 Honorable Mention Award!
Aug. 2015:We're thrilled to have three new PhD students joining us: Varun Mishra, Xi Xiong, and Xing Meng. Welcome!
July 2015:Check out our LiSense video! Special thanks to Amy Y. Zhang and Lorie Loeb!
July 2015:We have two papers in this year's MCSS workshop, co-located with UbiComp'15. Cheers!
July 2015:Check out the video made by Justin on his WiPrint work. Nicely done!
June 2015:Best of luck to Fanglin starting his new chapter in CMU.
June 2015: We have released the source code of HiLight at GitHub. Feel free to check it out.
June 2015: SmartGPA is on Public Radio International.
June 2015: LiSense is accepted by MobiCom'15! Congratulations!
May 2015: SmartGPA and WiScan are both accepted by UbiComp'15! Cheers!
May 2015: HiLight won the Best Demo Award at MobiSys'15! Tianxing did a great job presenting and demoing the HiLight system.
May 2015: HiLight demo is live now: http://dartnets.cs.dartmouth.edu/hilight. Special thanks to Jacob A. Gaba '16 for helping prepare the video.
Feb. 2015: HiLight is accepted by MobiSys'15! Well done team!!
Jan. 2015: We're thrilled to have a few talented undergrads and Master students joining our projects. Welcome Alma, Caleb, Dan, Justin, Saisi, Xinran, Arvind, Haomin, and Shiying!
Oct. 2014: DartNets Lab station is up as part of the Microsoft Spectrum observatory.
Oct. 2014: HiLight wins the Best Paper Award in ACM VLCS'14! Way to go team!
Sept. 2014: We enjoyed ACM UbiComp'14 very much. Rui rocked in his StudentLife talk. Good job Rui!
Sept. 2014: We had a great (and busy) time at Maui for ACM MobiCom'14. Congratulations to Tianxing for winning the Bronze Medal in the Student Research Competition!
Sept. 2014: StudentLife is featured in the New Scientist.
Sept. 2014: Our StudentLife paper has been nominated for the Best Paper Award at ACM UbiComp'14! Well done team!
Sept. 2014: We have publicly released the StudentLife dataset.
Aug. 2014: Welcome to our newest lab member Zhao Tian!
Aug. 2014: The spectrum monitoring project in collaboration with UCSB got funded by NSF EARS program!
Jul. 2014: Our proposal on advancing visible light communication and sensing got funded by NSF NeTS program!
Jul. 2014: HiLight is accepted by ACM VLCS'14!
Jun. 2014: We all enjoyed attending ACm MobiSys'14. Rui delivered his first ever conference talk, and it was a good talk. Congratulations Rui!
Jun. 2014: Tianxing has successfully defended his Master thesis and will continue as a PhD student. Congratulations Tianxing!
Apr. 2014: StudentLife is accepted by UbiComp'14! Congratulations team!
Feb. 2014: Our research proposal on Wi-Fi energy efficiency got funded by Google Faculty Research Award Program!
Dec. 2013: Chuankai An joined our lab. We are glad to have you Chuankai!
Sept. 2013: DartNets Lab is founded!
Our research is generously supported by the following sources. We sincerely thank you for the support!