Welcome to the New-Era Wireless (NEW) Lab

The New-Era Wireless (NEW) Lab is with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Southern University. The current research focuses of the NEW Lab include:

    • Performance optimization of vehicle-to-everything (V2X) network

    • Blockchain on V2X network

    • Machine learning for performance optimization of V2X network

    • Shared situational awareness among connected vehicles

    • Coexistence of New Radio (NR)-Unlicensed and WiGig in the 60 GHz band

    • Human electromagnetic field (EMF) exposure in wireless systems

Latest News


03/31/2021

Kim was invited to have a talk entitled "Cybersecurity: What and why?" at the Innovation Living Learning Community. The recording of this online talk can be found here.


03/26/2021

New funding alert! Proposal entitled "Study on spectrum options for GDOT’s connected vehicle infrastructure," in which Kim is the sole PI, has been approved for funding by the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT). The news can also be found on the organization's website.


03/19/2021

New funding alert! Proposal entitled "Utilizing Amazon Internet of Things (IOT) infrastructure to run Command and Control (C2) infrastructure," in which Kim is the PI, has been approved for funding by Millennium Corporation.


03/05/2021

The abstract of our new paper entitled "Adding interactivity to education of complex wireless networks using digital game-based learning" has been accepted for publication in IEEE Frontiers in Education (FIE) 2021.



02/24/2021

Kim has been promoted to a Senior Member of IEEE.



02/08/2021

Our new paper entitled "Environment-adaptive multiple access for distributed V2X network: A reinforcement learning framework" has been accepted for publication in IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC) 2021 Spring. [Download | Website | Presentation]

Our new paper entitled "On the coexistence of WiGig and NR-U in 60 GHz band" has been accepted for publication in IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC) 2021 Spring. [Download | Website | Presentation]