The Wireless System Research Group (WiSeR) at McMaster University (previously WiSeR@UH) conducts research of social impacts on a variety of communication, networking, data analytics and system issues in Cyber Physical Systems and social networks. Our focus is on advancing the fundamental understanding and development of efficient robust solutions. Our projects span core system building blocks, data and network management tools and services, mathematical principles, and application of wireless communication and networking to scientific, industrial and health-care disciplines. Our research has been supported by Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)National Science Foundation (NSF)UH Grants to Enhance and Advance Research (GEAR)Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP)

Guanbo Zheng has successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation

Congratulations, Dr. Zheng :)

Huy Nguyen has received the best Ph.D. student award at the University of Houston

This is a second time that a WiSeR member received such an award. 

WiSeR received discovery grant from NSERC

in grant, NSERC

The discovery grant spans five years from 2013 to 2018 and supports our research on learning-based resource management in wireless networks. We would like to acknowledge the fundng agency and anonymous reviewers for the recognition of our work. 

Huy Nguyen and Thanh Le have successfully defended their dissertation

in dissertation, thesis

Huy's Ph.D. dissertation is entitled "Interactions on complex networks: inference algorithms and application". Thanh's MS thesis is on "Sequential learning for passive monitoring of multi-channel wireless networks". 

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