SyNthesIs -

Systems for Next generation of Intelligent networkS

@ University of Northern Iowa, IA

What we do

At SyNthesIs, we develop real-world systems to solve the exciting next-gen problems with innovative and ingenious methods. Our interests span wireless networks, mobile computing, machine learning, smart spaces, and the larger Internet-of-Things.



Spring 2022

  • Aaron Walker

  • Josh Pulse

  • Tyler Michalicek

Fall 2021

  • Sarah Kirschbaum

  • Aaron Walker

  • Josh Pulse

  • Troy Miller

Summer 2021

Spring 2021


    • N. Phutela, A. N. Chowdary, S. Anchlia, D. Jaisinghani, Goldie Gabrani. Unlock Me: A Real-World Driven Smartphone Game to Stimulate COVID-19 Awareness, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 2022.

    • H. Grover, D. Jaisinghani, N. Phutela, S. Mittal. ML-Based Device-Agnostic Human Activity Detection with WiFi Sniffer Traffic. Accepted at The 14th International Conference on COMmunication Systems & NETworkS - NetHealth Workshop (COMSNETS '22) on Jan 3 - 9, 2022, Bangalore, India

    • B. Purvis, D. Jaisinghani, S. Diesburg, and H. Rashid. Demo: BubbleNet: Towards developing an IoT-based Physically Distant Classroom For Personal Bubbles. Accepted at The 41st IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS '21) on July 7 - 10 2021, Washington DC, USA

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Contact us

Lab ITTC 314

University of Northern Iowa, IA