Communications and Signal Processing
Autonomous Systems Perception, Intelligence, & Navigation (ASPIN) Laboratory
Develops theory and technologies for future autonomous systems deployed in unknown or minimally known environments, emphasizing issues of resilient and accurate navigation in GPS-challenged environments and multi-objective autonomous strategies.
Center for Ubiquitous Communication by Light (UC-LIGHT)
The UC-Light Center is a University of California systemwide research center consisting of 13 co-PIs from six UC campuses and National Laboratories. The mission of the UC-Light center is to enable wireless communications by embedding signals into the light emitted by LEDs for various applications such as smart illumination, wireless big data streaming, smart traffic control, smart hospitals, light-based navigation and positioning, advertising, and other purposes.
Hua's Lab of Signals, Systems and Networks
Conduct fundamental and applied research in signal processing with application to wireless communications and sensing systems with a focus of transferring findings into commercial applications and, in turn, identifying new problems to continue the cycle of research.
Video Computing Group
Focuses on foundational principles of image processing, computer vision, pattern recognition, and visual learning; applications in cyber-physical, intelligent and autonomous systems.