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Pervasive Information Technology

This page is not currently being maintained and is for archival information only.

Please see our current work in Internet-of-Things in Healthcare (IoT-Health)

Pervasive information technology is the trend towards increasingly ubiquitous connected computing sensors, devices, and networks that monitor and respond transparently to human needs. The Pervasive Information Technologies Program facilitates the creation of standards for sensor communication, networking interoperability, and sensor information security. The Program enables the use of pervasive information technologies to enhance personal and professional productivity and quality of life.


Radio Frequency (RF) Propagation from Wearable and Implantable Medical Sensors

Modeling & Characterization of Harvestable Kinetic Energy for Wearable Medical Sensors

Interference Analysis and Mitigation for Body Area Networks

Smart Autonomous Sensors & Environments




Latest Publications:

Towards Evolutionary-Pricing Framework for Mobile Sensor Network Self-organization


PIT Inquiries

Created March 2, 2009, Updated January 27, 2022