Our lab received the AFOSR Young Investigator Program Award for research in the physics of THz sensing. Read the announcement here!


Atsutse Received Yan Huo *94 Fellowship!

Congrats to Atsutse for receiving this prestigious fellowship. You can learn more here!

Featured in ACM GetMobile Magazine!

Our work on sub-THz backscattering is featured in ACM GetMobile Magazine. You can read the article here!

Best Paper Award in ACM MobiCom 2023!

AgriTera received the Best Paper Award in ACM MobiCom 2023. This paper presents a technique to detect the ripeness of produce using sub-TeraHertz frequencies and can help reduce food waste. Congrats to Saad, Atsutse, and Subhajit for their great work!

Two papers accepted in ACM MobiCom 2023!

Two papers from our group will appear in the proceedings of ACM MobiCom 2023! Congrats to Ruiyi, Saad, Atsutse, and Subhajit for their great work!

Robert received the Best TA Award!

Congrats to Robert Chen for receiving the Best TA Award in the ECE Department for his contributions to ECE 368: Introduction to Wireless Communication Systems offered by Prof. Ghasempour in Spring 2023! 

Prof. Ghasempour moderated a panel with the most impactful innovators of our time!

On August 16th, Prof.Ghasempour moderated a panel with distinguished panelists: Vint Cerf, Internet Pioneer, Martin Cooper, Inventor of the cellphone, and Federico Faggin, developer of the microprocessor. You can find more here!

Prof. Ghasempour is featured in the Smithsonian Institution's new Exhibit on Cellphones!

The Smithsonian Institution has featured Prof. Ghasempour as a change-making innovator in their newest exhibit on wireless technologies!
*Cellphone: Unseen Connections* will be seen by around 20 million people at the Museum of Natural History between now and its scheduled closing in 2026.

Atsutse won the Pramod Subramanyan *17 Early Career Graduate Award!

Congrats to Atsutse Kludze for receiving the Pramod Subramanyan *17 Early Career Graduate Award. This award recognizes accomplished early career graduate students in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department for their outstanding academic and research performance during the first two years of the graduate program. You can learn more here!

Best Paper Award in USENIX NSDI 2023! 

Our paper titled "LeakyScatter: A Frequency-Agile Directional Backscatter Network Above 100 GHz" received the best paper award in USENIX NSDI 2023. Read more about this work here! Congrats Atsutse!

SWAN lab has received the 2023 Princeton Innovation Funds!

Together with Prof. Prucnal's group, we received funding to work on "Silicon Photonic AI Chips for Real-Time THz Communications"!

SWAN lab received funding from SRC JUMP!

Thrilled to be part of the Semiconductor Research Corporation $35.0M JUMP 2.0 Center for Ubiquitous Connectivity (CUbiC)! Excited and looking forward to working with this amazing stellar team!


Prof. Ghasempour is selected as one of the 10 "Stars" in Computer Networking and Communications!

An influential research community called N2Women, supported by the National Science Foundation, IEEE, SIGMOBILE, Google, Microsoft, and a range of other discipline-specific organizations, publish a list of 10 women who have risen to the top of the field of networking and communication. Prof. Ghasempour is named a "star" by the N2Women community in 2022. Read more here!

Two seniors from SWAN Lab received The 2022 Sigma Xi Book Award!

Congrats to Dhyan Patell and Ben Herber for receiving The Sigma Xi Book Award granted by the Sigma Xi Society to the students who have demonstrated outstanding research ability and clear writing in their senior theses. 

SWAN lab received funding from NSF to work on Resilient and Intelligent Next-Generation Systems (RINGS)!

We are excited to kick off this NSF-funded RINGS project with our collaborators Kaushik Sengupta and Kyle Jamieson. Together, we will develop the next generation of resilient millimeter-wave wireless networks via distributed in-surface computing. Read more here!

Prof. Ghasempour receives the NSF CAREER Award!

The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a Foundation-wide activity that offers the National Science Foundation's most prestigious awards in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their department or organization. Read more here!

Prof. Ghasempour receives a commendation for outstanding teaching!

Prof. Ghasempour received a commendation for outstanding teaching from the School of Engineering and Applied Science. Read more here!

SWAN Lab Wins Princeton Innovation Grant!

Our group has been awarded the Princeton SEAS Innovation Research Grant. This grant funds “Out-of-the-box” exploratory research geared towards creativity, “tinkering”, and risk-taking. Read more here!

Congratulations to Atsutse for winning the GEM Fellowship!

Atsutse Kludze, a first-year Ph.D. student, has received the GEM Fellowship, which will support his outstanding research efforts over the next five years. Way to go!


Welcome to our first graduate students, Haoze Chen and Atsutse Kludze!

Haoze is joining us from Rice University and Atsutse is joining us from Cornell University! We're excited to see everything you'll accomplish in the coming years!

Yasaman Ghasempour Joins Princeton ECE!

 Yasaman joins the ECE department as an assistant professor on Jan 1, 2021.