About me

I am an Assistant Professor at Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. My research interests mainly focus on wireless communication, wireless sensing, and wireless security.

Interests
  • Wireless Comm.
  • Wireless Sensing
  • Wireless Security
Education
  • Ph.D. in Computer Science and Applications, 2016

    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

  • M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2011

    Worcester Polytechnic Institute

  • B.S. in Microelectronics, 2007

    Fudan University

Grants

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Monet: Millimeter-wave Communication and Sensing Integration
This VIP project aims to develop mmWave communication systems with integrated radar sensing functionality for autonomous vehicles.
EE660: Computer Architecture I
EE660 is the graduate-level course to study models of computation, high-performance processors, pipelined machines, RISC processors, VLIW, superscalar and fine-grain parallel machines.
5G/B5G Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces for Assured Aircraft Mission Readiness
Total: $1,949,742, UH-Contract: $362,461 (year 1), UH-PI
Manoa Experience: University Preview Day, 2022
Denny Landika hosted The WCL lab tour for the Manoa Experience.
Career Technical Education (CTE) Honor’s Project Judge, 2022
Yao Zheng served as a judge of the Career Technical Education (CTE) Honor’s project presentations at McKinley High School.
EE260: Introduction to Digital Design
EE260 is the introductory course on digital circuit synthesis, focusing on the design and implementation of combinational logic, sequential logic, and basic central processor (van Neumann/Princeton architecture) through Verilog HDL and FPGA.
EE693e (Spec Topics): Wireless Communication and Sensing for Telemedicine
The Fall 2021 iteration of EE693e studies the research on wireless communication and sensor for Telemedicine.
Insider-Resistant Context-Based Pairing (SIENNA) for Multimodality Sleep Apnea Test
This EEx96 project implements SIENNA: a context-based pairing protocol for reliable multimodality sleep apnea screening tests.
Outstanding Graduate Senior (OGS), Spring 2021
Congratulation to Willy Chang (right) to be awarded the outstanding graduate senior in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2020.
HCES Student Engineer of the Year (SEOTY), Spring 2021
Congratulation to Willy Chang (left first) to be awarded the 2021 Hawaii Council of Engineering Societies (HCES) student engineer of the year (SEOTY).
STEM Fest Virtual, Girl Scouts of Hawaii, 2020
The EEx96 undergraduate research group presented their harmonic radar system for coconut rhinoceros beetle (CRB) tracking in the Girl Scouts of Hawaii’s 2020 STEM festival.
Outstanding Graduate Senior (OGS), Fall 2020
Congratulation to Alvin Yang (left three) to be awarded the outstanding graduate senior in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2020.
EE693e (Spec Topics): Wireless and Mobile Security
The Fall 2020 iteration of EE693e studies research on wireless and mobile security based on the proceeding of ACM WiSec 2020.
Third Place in Best Demo Competition, ACM WiSec 2020
Congratulation to Jordan Melcher (left one) and the EEx96 undergraduate research group for winning third place in the best demo competition, ACM WiSec 2020.
Giving Tree Scholarships (GTS), Spring 2020
Congratulation to Matthew Troglia (left four) to be awarded the giving tree scholarships in the Department of Electrical Engineering for excellence in research, Spring 2021.
Enhancing Wireless Physcial-Layer Key Exchange (iJam) with Channel Randomization
This EEx96 project implements iJam with channel randomization: a physical-layer key establishment protocol robust to wireless eavesdropping.
GenCyber Lab Tour for K-12 Students, 2019
The EEx96 undergraduate research group presented their work on wireless physical-layer security with channel randomization during the GenCyber lab tour for K-12 students.
Wireless and Cybersecurity Laboratory (WCL)
WCL is a 400 sq ft space located at the fourth floor of Holmes Hall, curating a selection of RF instruments for wireless research and development.

Recent Publications

Projects

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Monet: Millimeter-wave Communication and Sensing Integration
This VIP project aims to develop mmWave communication systems with integrated radar sensing functionality for autonomous vehicles.
EE660: Computer Architecture I
EE660 is the graduate-level course to study models of computation, high-performance processors, pipelined machines, RISC processors, VLIW, superscalar and fine-grain parallel machines.
5G/B5G Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces for Assured Aircraft Mission Readiness
Total: $1,949,742, UH-Contract: $362,461 (year 1), UH-PI
Manoa Experience: University Preview Day, 2022
Denny Landika hosted The WCL lab tour for the Manoa Experience.
Career Technical Education (CTE) Honor’s Project Judge, 2022
Yao Zheng served as a judge of the Career Technical Education (CTE) Honor’s project presentations at McKinley High School.
EE260: Introduction to Digital Design
EE260 is the introductory course on digital circuit synthesis, focusing on the design and implementation of combinational logic, sequential logic, and basic central processor (van Neumann/Princeton architecture) through Verilog HDL and FPGA.
EE693e (Spec Topics): Wireless Communication and Sensing for Telemedicine
The Fall 2021 iteration of EE693e studies the research on wireless communication and sensor for Telemedicine.
Insider-Resistant Context-Based Pairing (SIENNA) for Multimodality Sleep Apnea Test
This EEx96 project implements SIENNA: a context-based pairing protocol for reliable multimodality sleep apnea screening tests.
Outstanding Graduate Senior (OGS), Spring 2021
Congratulation to Willy Chang (right) to be awarded the outstanding graduate senior in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2020.
HCES Student Engineer of the Year (SEOTY), Spring 2021
Congratulation to Willy Chang (left first) to be awarded the 2021 Hawaii Council of Engineering Societies (HCES) student engineer of the year (SEOTY).
STEM Fest Virtual, Girl Scouts of Hawaii, 2020
The EEx96 undergraduate research group presented their harmonic radar system for coconut rhinoceros beetle (CRB) tracking in the Girl Scouts of Hawaii’s 2020 STEM festival.
Outstanding Graduate Senior (OGS), Fall 2020
Congratulation to Alvin Yang (left three) to be awarded the outstanding graduate senior in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2020.
EE693e (Spec Topics): Wireless and Mobile Security
The Fall 2020 iteration of EE693e studies research on wireless and mobile security based on the proceeding of ACM WiSec 2020.
Third Place in Best Demo Competition, ACM WiSec 2020
Congratulation to Jordan Melcher (left one) and the EEx96 undergraduate research group for winning third place in the best demo competition, ACM WiSec 2020.
Giving Tree Scholarships (GTS), Spring 2020
Congratulation to Matthew Troglia (left four) to be awarded the giving tree scholarships in the Department of Electrical Engineering for excellence in research, Spring 2021.
Enhancing Wireless Physcial-Layer Key Exchange (iJam) with Channel Randomization
This EEx96 project implements iJam with channel randomization: a physical-layer key establishment protocol robust to wireless eavesdropping.
GenCyber Lab Tour for K-12 Students, 2019
The EEx96 undergraduate research group presented their work on wireless physical-layer security with channel randomization during the GenCyber lab tour for K-12 students.
Wireless and Cybersecurity Laboratory (WCL)
WCL is a 400 sq ft space located at the fourth floor of Holmes Hall, curating a selection of RF instruments for wireless research and development.

Teaching

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Monet: Millimeter-wave Communication and Sensing Integration
This VIP project aims to develop mmWave communication systems with integrated radar sensing functionality for autonomous vehicles.
EE660: Computer Architecture I
EE660 is the graduate-level course to study models of computation, high-performance processors, pipelined machines, RISC processors, VLIW, superscalar and fine-grain parallel machines.
5G/B5G Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces for Assured Aircraft Mission Readiness
Total: $1,949,742, UH-Contract: $362,461 (year 1), UH-PI
Manoa Experience: University Preview Day, 2022
Denny Landika hosted The WCL lab tour for the Manoa Experience.
Career Technical Education (CTE) Honor’s Project Judge, 2022
Yao Zheng served as a judge of the Career Technical Education (CTE) Honor’s project presentations at McKinley High School.
EE260: Introduction to Digital Design
EE260 is the introductory course on digital circuit synthesis, focusing on the design and implementation of combinational logic, sequential logic, and basic central processor (van Neumann/Princeton architecture) through Verilog HDL and FPGA.
EE693e (Spec Topics): Wireless Communication and Sensing for Telemedicine
The Fall 2021 iteration of EE693e studies the research on wireless communication and sensor for Telemedicine.
Insider-Resistant Context-Based Pairing (SIENNA) for Multimodality Sleep Apnea Test
This EEx96 project implements SIENNA: a context-based pairing protocol for reliable multimodality sleep apnea screening tests.
Outstanding Graduate Senior (OGS), Spring 2021
Congratulation to Willy Chang (right) to be awarded the outstanding graduate senior in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2020.
HCES Student Engineer of the Year (SEOTY), Spring 2021
Congratulation to Willy Chang (left first) to be awarded the 2021 Hawaii Council of Engineering Societies (HCES) student engineer of the year (SEOTY).
STEM Fest Virtual, Girl Scouts of Hawaii, 2020
The EEx96 undergraduate research group presented their harmonic radar system for coconut rhinoceros beetle (CRB) tracking in the Girl Scouts of Hawaii’s 2020 STEM festival.
Outstanding Graduate Senior (OGS), Fall 2020
Congratulation to Alvin Yang (left three) to be awarded the outstanding graduate senior in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2020.
EE693e (Spec Topics): Wireless and Mobile Security
The Fall 2020 iteration of EE693e studies research on wireless and mobile security based on the proceeding of ACM WiSec 2020.
Third Place in Best Demo Competition, ACM WiSec 2020
Congratulation to Jordan Melcher (left one) and the EEx96 undergraduate research group for winning third place in the best demo competition, ACM WiSec 2020.
Giving Tree Scholarships (GTS), Spring 2020
Congratulation to Matthew Troglia (left four) to be awarded the giving tree scholarships in the Department of Electrical Engineering for excellence in research, Spring 2021.
Enhancing Wireless Physcial-Layer Key Exchange (iJam) with Channel Randomization
This EEx96 project implements iJam with channel randomization: a physical-layer key establishment protocol robust to wireless eavesdropping.
GenCyber Lab Tour for K-12 Students, 2019
The EEx96 undergraduate research group presented their work on wireless physical-layer security with channel randomization during the GenCyber lab tour for K-12 students.
Wireless and Cybersecurity Laboratory (WCL)
WCL is a 400 sq ft space located at the fourth floor of Holmes Hall, curating a selection of RF instruments for wireless research and development.

Outreach

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Monet: Millimeter-wave Communication and Sensing Integration
This VIP project aims to develop mmWave communication systems with integrated radar sensing functionality for autonomous vehicles.
EE660: Computer Architecture I
EE660 is the graduate-level course to study models of computation, high-performance processors, pipelined machines, RISC processors, VLIW, superscalar and fine-grain parallel machines.
5G/B5G Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces for Assured Aircraft Mission Readiness
Total: $1,949,742, UH-Contract: $362,461 (year 1), UH-PI
Manoa Experience: University Preview Day, 2022
Denny Landika hosted The WCL lab tour for the Manoa Experience.
Career Technical Education (CTE) Honor’s Project Judge, 2022
Yao Zheng served as a judge of the Career Technical Education (CTE) Honor’s project presentations at McKinley High School.
EE260: Introduction to Digital Design
EE260 is the introductory course on digital circuit synthesis, focusing on the design and implementation of combinational logic, sequential logic, and basic central processor (van Neumann/Princeton architecture) through Verilog HDL and FPGA.
EE693e (Spec Topics): Wireless Communication and Sensing for Telemedicine
The Fall 2021 iteration of EE693e studies the research on wireless communication and sensor for Telemedicine.
Insider-Resistant Context-Based Pairing (SIENNA) for Multimodality Sleep Apnea Test
This EEx96 project implements SIENNA: a context-based pairing protocol for reliable multimodality sleep apnea screening tests.
Outstanding Graduate Senior (OGS), Spring 2021
Congratulation to Willy Chang (right) to be awarded the outstanding graduate senior in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2020.
HCES Student Engineer of the Year (SEOTY), Spring 2021
Congratulation to Willy Chang (left first) to be awarded the 2021 Hawaii Council of Engineering Societies (HCES) student engineer of the year (SEOTY).
STEM Fest Virtual, Girl Scouts of Hawaii, 2020
The EEx96 undergraduate research group presented their harmonic radar system for coconut rhinoceros beetle (CRB) tracking in the Girl Scouts of Hawaii’s 2020 STEM festival.
Outstanding Graduate Senior (OGS), Fall 2020
Congratulation to Alvin Yang (left three) to be awarded the outstanding graduate senior in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2020.
EE693e (Spec Topics): Wireless and Mobile Security
The Fall 2020 iteration of EE693e studies research on wireless and mobile security based on the proceeding of ACM WiSec 2020.
Third Place in Best Demo Competition, ACM WiSec 2020
Congratulation to Jordan Melcher (left one) and the EEx96 undergraduate research group for winning third place in the best demo competition, ACM WiSec 2020.
Giving Tree Scholarships (GTS), Spring 2020
Congratulation to Matthew Troglia (left four) to be awarded the giving tree scholarships in the Department of Electrical Engineering for excellence in research, Spring 2021.
Enhancing Wireless Physcial-Layer Key Exchange (iJam) with Channel Randomization
This EEx96 project implements iJam with channel randomization: a physical-layer key establishment protocol robust to wireless eavesdropping.
GenCyber Lab Tour for K-12 Students, 2019
The EEx96 undergraduate research group presented their work on wireless physical-layer security with channel randomization during the GenCyber lab tour for K-12 students.
Wireless and Cybersecurity Laboratory (WCL)
WCL is a 400 sq ft space located at the fourth floor of Holmes Hall, curating a selection of RF instruments for wireless research and development.

Mentorship

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Monet: Millimeter-wave Communication and Sensing Integration
This VIP project aims to develop mmWave communication systems with integrated radar sensing functionality for autonomous vehicles.
EE660: Computer Architecture I
EE660 is the graduate-level course to study models of computation, high-performance processors, pipelined machines, RISC processors, VLIW, superscalar and fine-grain parallel machines.
5G/B5G Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces for Assured Aircraft Mission Readiness
Total: $1,949,742, UH-Contract: $362,461 (year 1), UH-PI
Manoa Experience: University Preview Day, 2022
Denny Landika hosted The WCL lab tour for the Manoa Experience.
Career Technical Education (CTE) Honor’s Project Judge, 2022
Yao Zheng served as a judge of the Career Technical Education (CTE) Honor’s project presentations at McKinley High School.
EE260: Introduction to Digital Design
EE260 is the introductory course on digital circuit synthesis, focusing on the design and implementation of combinational logic, sequential logic, and basic central processor (van Neumann/Princeton architecture) through Verilog HDL and FPGA.
EE693e (Spec Topics): Wireless Communication and Sensing for Telemedicine
The Fall 2021 iteration of EE693e studies the research on wireless communication and sensor for Telemedicine.
Insider-Resistant Context-Based Pairing (SIENNA) for Multimodality Sleep Apnea Test
This EEx96 project implements SIENNA: a context-based pairing protocol for reliable multimodality sleep apnea screening tests.
Outstanding Graduate Senior (OGS), Spring 2021
Congratulation to Willy Chang (right) to be awarded the outstanding graduate senior in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2020.
HCES Student Engineer of the Year (SEOTY), Spring 2021
Congratulation to Willy Chang (left first) to be awarded the 2021 Hawaii Council of Engineering Societies (HCES) student engineer of the year (SEOTY).
STEM Fest Virtual, Girl Scouts of Hawaii, 2020
The EEx96 undergraduate research group presented their harmonic radar system for coconut rhinoceros beetle (CRB) tracking in the Girl Scouts of Hawaii’s 2020 STEM festival.
Outstanding Graduate Senior (OGS), Fall 2020
Congratulation to Alvin Yang (left three) to be awarded the outstanding graduate senior in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Fall 2020.
EE693e (Spec Topics): Wireless and Mobile Security
The Fall 2020 iteration of EE693e studies research on wireless and mobile security based on the proceeding of ACM WiSec 2020.
Third Place in Best Demo Competition, ACM WiSec 2020
Congratulation to Jordan Melcher (left one) and the EEx96 undergraduate research group for winning third place in the best demo competition, ACM WiSec 2020.
Giving Tree Scholarships (GTS), Spring 2020
Congratulation to Matthew Troglia (left four) to be awarded the giving tree scholarships in the Department of Electrical Engineering for excellence in research, Spring 2021.
Enhancing Wireless Physcial-Layer Key Exchange (iJam) with Channel Randomization
This EEx96 project implements iJam with channel randomization: a physical-layer key establishment protocol robust to wireless eavesdropping.
GenCyber Lab Tour for K-12 Students, 2019
The EEx96 undergraduate research group presented their work on wireless physical-layer security with channel randomization during the GenCyber lab tour for K-12 students.
Wireless and Cybersecurity Laboratory (WCL)
WCL is a 400 sq ft space located at the fourth floor of Holmes Hall, curating a selection of RF instruments for wireless research and development.

Team

Graduate research assistant (GRA) position(s) availabe. Contact me with your CV for an interview.

Graduate

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Denny Landika

M.S.. GRA

Alumni

Class of 2020

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Thomas Yang

B.S., join Nalu Scientific

Class of 2021

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Alana Power

B.S., join Raytheon Technologies

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Brian Lu

B.S., join Navfac Pacific

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Samson Aggelopoulos

B.S., join Hawaiian Telcom

Class of 2022

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Marionne Millan

M.S., join Raytheon Technologies

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Willy Chang

B.S. OGS, M.S., join Microsoft Corporation

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