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Networking and Mobile Computing is concerned with designing efficient communications protocols and architectures for exchanging data among computers and mobile devices. The scientific results of the field enable a wide range of networked applications and enhance the real-world experience of network and mobile users. Research areas investigated by our faculty include but are not limited to resource management techniques in ad hoc, cellular, and cognitive radio networks, challenging topics in sensor networks such as intruder tracking, underwater sensors and maximizing value of information, intelligent sharing of wired and wireless bandwidth, and real-time transmission of audio and video over wireless networks/Internet.