Wireless, information, and networked systems constitute the core infrastructure of the 21st century. Wireless research at Princeton ranges across the “full stack” — from the enabling circuits and systems to platforms and applications, and across the end-to-end flows of data from wearable and mobile devices at the edge to networked systems. The work is highly interdisciplinary, spanning theory and practice and encompassing cross-cutting themes such as security, privacy, and resilience, as well as the ability of next-generation networks to improve fairness and bridge the digital divide.


  • Foam board with a pinned grasshopper specimen, with wings extended, and four rows with different colors and shapes of synthetic wings under investigation for flying robots.

    Innovation funds support research in robotics, machine learning, climate resilience and more

  • Princeton selected to lead NSF-funded regional consortium for photonics research and workforce development

  • Researcher adjusting voltage on an electronic device

    Surface steers signals for next-gen networks

  • event organizers talk in dynamic business conversation with projector screen in background

    Tech leaders convene to discuss the future of wireless communication

  • Portrait of Pramod Viswanath

    Pramod Viswanath joins the faculty, bringing expertise in wireless and blockchain technologies

  • Kaushik Sengupta in his lab at Princeton

    New antennas and microchips help electronics blur the line between science and scifi