Flux Research Group / School of Computing


Neal Patwari

Neal Patwari

Affiliated Faculty
area of interest mobile networking
email npatwari at wustl.edu
web engineering.wustl.edu/Profiles/Pages/Neal-Patwari.aspx

Prof. Patwari directs the research of the Sensing and Processing Across Networks (SPAN) lab. His expertise is in the application of statistical signal processing to wireless networks and radio frequency signals. He received his BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech and his PhD in EE:Systems from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He is also an alumnus of Motorola Labs. Prof. Patwari was at the University of Utah beween 2006 and 2018, where he was most recently Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and also an adjunct in the School of Computing. Since January 2019, Prof. Patwari has been at Washington University in St. Louis, where he is a Professor, jointly appointed in Electrical and Systems Engineering (ESE) and in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE).

publications with the flux group

POWDER: Platform for Open Wireless Data-driven Experimental Research
Joe Breen, Andrew Buffmire, Jonathon Duerig, Kevin Dutt, Eric Eide, Anneswa Ghosh, Mike Hibler, David Johnson, Sneha Kumar Kasera, Earl Lewis, Dustin Maas, Caleb Martin, Alex Orange, Neal Patwari, Daniel Reading, Robert Ricci, David Schurig, Leigh Stoller, Allison Todd, Jacobus (Kobus) Van der Merwe, Naren Viswanathan, Kirk Webb, and Gary Wong
In Computer Networks 197(), October 2021 [ bibtex ]