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Research Areas

Cognitive Radio Networks: dynamic spectrum access, managment and sharing, spectrum policies, systems prototyping

Text Mining: deception detection, social media security/forensics

Social Media Analytics: data modeling, collaboration models



Mouli Chandramouli (Mouli) is the Thomas Hattrick Chair Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and a Professor of the School of Sytems and Enterprises at Stevens Institute of Technology. He is the Co-Director of the Information Networks and Security (iNFINITY) laboratory. Prior to joining Stevens he was on the ECE faculty at Iowa State University, Ames. His research covers cognitive radio networking, dynamic spectrum management/access, text analytics and forensics, social media analytics and security, and prototyping/experimental research in these areas. His research and technology commercialization projects are funded by the National Science Foundation, National Institute of Justice, Department of Defense and the industry.

His text based deception detection research has been covered by The New Scientist, Mental Floss, ACM Tech News and others. Four of his papers appear in the IEEE COMSOC Best Reading in Cognitive Radio. SpiderRadio, the cognitive wireless router for dynamic spectrum management and access, developed by his group, has been highlighted in the Wireless Spectrum R&D (WSRD) Senior Steering Group U.S. government report as "Best Investment: Public Safety". SpiderRadio's capability for dynamic spectrum management and access has been successfully demonstrated through deployment, field trials and demonstrations in South Africa for long range rural wireless broadband, inter-operable and resilient public safety communications in Brookline (Police Department), cognitive multi-radio communications in the Idaho National Lab Wireless National User Facility, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) and other venues.

He is currently the co-founder of two technology startups, Dynamic Spectrum LLC and Jaasuz. Previously he co-founded inStream Medial LLC, offering patented, unobtrusive and interactive video hotspot technology. Several patents in the areas of dynamic spectrum access, digital data hiding, and multi-lingual text mining have been either awarded or are pending.

Chandramouli has given several keynote and plenary talks at major conferences. His professional activities include the following: IEEE COMSOC Distinguished Lecturer, invited member to the U.S. Office of Science and Technology Policy roudtable discussion on Collaborating on Public Safety Broadband, Editor of IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (JSAC)--Cognitive Radio Series, Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions of Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, Founding Chair of the IEEE COMSOC Technical Committee on Cognitive Networks (TCCN), Member of the IEEE COMSOC Standards Board, Advisory Board of several journals and conferences, and organizing Chair of a number of international conferences.

He is a recipient of the NSF CAREER award, IEEE GLOBECOM Best Paper Award (2008), IEEE CCNC Best Student Paper Award (2006), IEEE Richard E. Merwin Scholarship, Provost's Award for Academic Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development (2012), New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame Innovator Award (2012) and the Master of Engineering Honoris Cause (2014) from Stevens Institute of Technology.


Publications & Tools

Many of my publications in cognitive radio networks, text mining, lie detection, text forensics, social media analytics/modeling, digital steganography/steganalysis and prior research interests can be accessed by clicking here .

Research lab weblink: Information Networks and Security (iNFINITY) Lab

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I am a Co-Founder of Jaasuz and Dynamic Spectrum LLC.

Previously I co-founded inStream Media, LLC, a patented technology that enables user interactions with any video stream via digital steganography. Applications include unobtrusive advertising making each object in a video clickable, receiving messages about objects in a video via secondary media such as email, SMS, etc.

My published patents can be accessed via Google patent search using my last name as the search word.


Selected Professional Roles

Panelist, Kaspersky Government Cybersecurity Forum, 2014
IEEE COMSOC Distinguished Lecturer
IEEE TCCN Best Paper Award Chair.
Editor, IEEE JSAC Cognitive Radio Series.
Chair, Cognitive Computing and Networking Symposium, ICNC 2015.



Stevens R. Chandramouli (Mouli)
Thomas Hattrick Chair Professor of ECE &
Professor, School of Systems and Enterprises
315 Burchard Building
Stevens Institute of Technology
Hoboken, NJ 07030

Phone: +1-201-216-8642
Fax: +1-201-216-8246