Circuit with abstract nodes

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.