The Princeton Advanced Wireless Systems (PAWS) research group builds, experiments, and evaluates wireless systems that enable data networking, the localization of people, objects, and devices, and intuitive interaction with machines. Our work covers all aspects of wireless computer networks, from the basic architecture of the wireless physical layer to the reliable flow of data between Internet endpoints.


Join us!

We seek prospective graduate students and postdocs with an interest in working on challenging, practical open problems in wireless networks, systems, and sensing. If you are interested, you must first apply and be admitted to the graduate program at Princeton University.