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Welcome to the IMPACT mobile computing lab at Arizona State University. We are located in new quarters at the Brickyard on Mill Avenue, Tempe.

Our research focuses on developing protocols and middleware for pervasive and mobile computing applications.

See an introductory video showcasing some of our research here.

Current research interests include sensor and biosensor networking, wireless and sensor network security, residential network security, energy-efficient multicasting, convergecasting and data aggregation, and MAC layer optimization for sensor networks, among others.

See the brochure for an overview of our lab.

If you are a motivated student with great ideas and interested in working with the IMPACT Lab,

please email your application with your CV to app@impact.asu.edu.

(Standing left to right): Ken Bannister, Su-Jin Kim, Dr. Sandeep Gupta, Tridib Mukherjee

(Sitting left to right): Georgios Varsamopoulos, Krishna Venkatasubramanian, Gianni Giorgetti


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Current Events and News

Best Researcher Senior Faculty Award

The School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering (SCIDSE) at ASU has awarded Prof. Sandeep Gupta, director of Impact Lab, the Best Researcher Senior Faculty Award for 2009.

Impact Lab starts a new research infrastructure project called BlueTool

NSF CNS division awarded a CRI grant for Impact Lab's BlueTool: Infrastructure for Innovative Cyberphysical Data Center Management Research

Impact Lab Project funded by Intel

Impact Lab's project entitled Development of resource economical, green, safe and sustainable security in Atom based wearable sensor platform for health monitoring applications has been awarded research grant by Intel

Impact Lab Research in NSF Highlights

Impact Lab's research on thermal-aware management of data centers is highlighted in the NSF Fiscal Year 2010 Bugdet Request to Congress (page 6).

IMPACT Lab Featured in Discovery Channel Website. Click here to read the article


Google donates Android Dev Phone 1 devices

The IMPACT Lab has received an equipment donation of 13 Dev Phone 1 devices by Google. The donation was made for the CSE494/598 Mobile Health and Social Networking class.


New Whitepaer on Data Center management

The IMPACT Lab has released a whitepaper on "Do Cool" - coordinated resource management in data centers.


Multiple NSF Grants

The IMPACT Lab has been awarded research grant for -

by the National Science Foundation


IEEE TPDS Special Issue article on Data Center Thermal Management

Our paper "Energy-Efficient, Thermal-Aware Task Scheduling for Homogeneous, High Performance Computing Data Centers: A Cyber-Physical Approach" is published in the IEEE TPDS Special Issue on Power-Aware Parallel and Distributed Systems (TPDS/PAPADS), 19:(11), pp. 1458–1472, November 2008.


BodyNets 2008

The BodyNets 2008 conference was held successfully in Tempe, Arizona, in March 2008.
Slides of the presentations can be accessed here


JSAC Special Issue

On Body Area Networking: Technology & Applications organized.


iMPACT Lab in NEWS

Article on Security for Pervasive Health Monitoring paper on ACM Tech News. Alternate Link

Article on the 'Thermal Management in DataCenter' project in Phoenix Business Journal.


Recent News

GreenCom 2007

In conjunction with IEEE Cluster, 17th September 2007, Austin, TX.

Best Paper Award !!!

The paper "Security For Pervasive Health Monitoring Sensor Applications" authored by Krishna Venkatasubramanian and Dr. Sandeep Gupta has been awarded Best Paper Award at the 4th International Conference on Intelligent Sensing and Information Processing, held at Bangalore, India, December 2006 [slides]


Dr. Gupta's Book

Dr. Gupta has published a book on Mobile and Pervasive Computing. Check it out at Amazon.com





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