Lanny Sitanayah

lanny I am a postdoctoral research fellow in Computer Science Division, School of Computing, Clemson University.

My project is part of Clemson University’s Advanced Manufacturing Initiative. It involves research in wireless networks, embedded sensing and computing systems that enable the next generation of manufacturing environments. This project is advised by faculty in the School of Computing under the guidance of Dr. Jacob Sorber, Automotive Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering at Clemson University.

Teaching

AuE835 - Automotive Electronics Integration (Fall 2015)
CPSC1020 - Computer Science II (Spring 2016)
CPSC3600 - Networks and Network Programming (Fall 2016 - Spring 2017)
CPSC2200 - Microcomputer Applications (Spring 2017)
CPSC1010 - Computer Science I (Spring 2017)

Selected Publications

J. Hester, L. Sitanayah, T. Scott, and J. Sorber. Realistic and Repeatable Emulation of Energy Harvesting Environments. ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks, 9(4), Mar. 2017.

N. Tobias, C. Bolton, J. Hester, L. Sitanayah, and J. Sorber. Shoulder Angel: An Open Platform for Reprogramming Wayward Wireless Sensors. IEEE Embedded Systems Letters, 8(4), Dec. 2016.

J. Hester, N. Tobias, A. Rahmati, L. Sitanayah, D. Holcomb, K. Fu, W.P. Burleson, and J. Sorber. Persistent Clocks for Batteryless Sensing Devices. ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems, 15(4), Aug. 2016.

J. Hester, K. Storer, L. Sitanayah, and J. Sorber. Towards a Language and Runtime for Intermittently-Powered Devices. Workshop Hilariously Low-Power Computing (HLPC'16), 21st ACM Int'l Conf. Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems (ASPLOS'16), Atlanta, GA, USA, Apr. 2016.

L. Sitanayah, C.J. Sreenan, and S. Fedor. A Cooja-Based Tool for Coverage and Lifetime Evaluation in an In-Building Sensor Network. Journal of Sensor and Actuator Networks, 5(4):1-22, Feb. 2016.

J. Hester, L. Sitanayah, and J. Sorber. Tragedy of the Coulombs: Federating Energy Storage for Tiny, Intermittently-Powered Sensors. In Proc. 13th ACM Conf. Embedded Networked Sensor Systems (SenSys'15), pages 5-16, Seoul, South Korea, Nov. 2015.

J. Hester, L. Sitanayah, and J. Sorber. Demo: A Hardware Platform for Separating Energy Concerns in Tiny, Intermittently-Powered Sensors. In Proc. 13th ACM Conf. Embedded Networked Sensor Systems (SenSys'15), pages 447-448, Seoul, South Korea, Nov. 2015.

N. Tobias, C. Bolton, J. Hester, L. Sitanayah, and J. Sorber. Poster: Towards Robust Reprogrammability for Wireless Sensors. In Proc. 13th ACM Conf. Embedded Networked Sensor Systems (SenSys'15), pages 439-440, Seoul, South Korea, Nov. 2015.
Best poster award.

L. Quesada, L. Sitanayah, K.N. Brown, B. O’Sullivan, and C.J. Sreenan. A Constraint Programming Approach to the Additional Relay Placement Problem in Wireless Sensor Networks. Constraints, 20(4):433-451, Oct. 2015.

L. Sitanayah, K.N. Brown, and C.J. Sreenan. Planning the Deployment of Multiple Sinks and Relays in Wireless Sensor Networks. Journal of Heuristics, special issue on Heuristics for Reliable and Efficient Wireless Sensor Networks Deployments, 21(2):197-232, Apr. 2015.

L. Sitanayah, K.N. Brown, and C.J. Sreenan. A Fault-Tolerant Relay Placement Algorithm for Ensuring k Vertex-Disjoint Shortest Paths in Wireless Sensor Networks. Ad Hoc Networks, 23:145-162, Dec. 2014.

L. Sitanayah, C.J. Sreenan, and K.N. Brown. A Hybrid MAC Protocol for Emergency Response Wireless Sensor Networks. Ad Hoc Networks, 20:77-95, Sept. 2014.

L. Sitanayah, C.J. Sreenan, and S. Fedor. Demo Abstract: A Cooja-based Tool for Maintaining Sensor Network Coverage Requirements in a Building. In Proc. 11th ACM Conf. Embedded Networked Sensor Systems (SenSys’13), Rome, Italy, Nov. 2013.

L. Quesada, K.N. Brown, B. O’Sullivan, L. Sitanayah, and C.J. Sreenan. A Constraint Programming Approach to the Additional Relay Placement Problem in Wireless Sensor Networks. In Proc. IEEE Int'l Conf. Tools with Artificial Intelligence (ICTAI’13), pages 1052-1059, Washington DC, USA, Nov. 2013.

L. Sitanayah, K.N. Brown, and C.J. Sreenan. Multiple Sink and Relay Placement in Wireless Sensor Networks. In Proc. 1st Workshop Artificial Intelligence for Telecommunications and Sensor Networks (WAITS'12), 20th European Conf. Artificial Intelligence (ECAI'12), pages 18-23, Montpellier, France, Aug. 2012.

L. Sitanayah, K.N. Brown, and C.J. Sreenan. Fault-Tolerant Relay Deployment Based on Length-Constrained Connectivity and Rerouting Centrality in Wireless Sensor Networks. In G.P. Picco and W. Heinzelman, eds., Proc. 9th European Conference on Wireless Sensor Networks (EWSN'12), vol. 7158 LNCS, pages 115-130, Trento, Italy, Feb. 2012.

L. Sitanayah, K.N. Brown, and C.J. Sreenan. Fault-Tolerant Relay Deployment for k Node-Disjoint Paths in Wireless Sensor Networks. In Proc. 4th Int'l Conf. IFIP Wireless Days (WD'11), pages 1-6, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, Oct. 2011.
Nominated for the best paper award.

Y. Zeng, C.J. Sreenan, L. Sitanayah, N. Xiong, J.H. Park, and G. Zheng. An Emergency-Adaptive Routing Scheme for Wireless Sensor Networks for Building Fire Hazard Monitoring. Sensors, 11(3):2899-2919, Mar. 2011.

L. Sitanayah, A. Datta, and R. Cardell-Oliver. Heuristic Algorithm for Finding Boundary Cycles in Location-free Low Density Wireless Sensor Networks. Computer Networks, 54(10):1630-1645, Jul. 2010.

L. Sitanayah, C.J. Sreenan, and K.N. Brown. ER-MAC: A Hybrid MAC Protocol for Emergency Response Wireless Sensor Networks. In Proc. 4th Int'l Conf. Sensor Technologies and Applications (SENSORCOMM'10), pages 244-249, Venice/Mestre, Italy, Jul. 2010.

L. Sitanayah, C.J. Sreenan, and K.N. Brown. Poster Abstract: Emergency Response MAC Protocol (ER-MAC) for Wireless Sensor Networks. In Proc. 9th ACM/IEEE Int'l Conf. Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN'10), pages 364-365, Stockholm, Sweden, Apr. 2010.

Y. Zeng, C.J. Sreenan, and L. Sitanayah. A Real-Time and Robust Routing Protocol for Building Fire Emergency Applications Using Wireless Sensor Networks. In Proc. 1st Ann. Workshop Pervasive Networks for Emergency Management (PerNEM'10), 8th Ann. IEEE Int'l Conf. Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom'10), pages 358-363, Mannheim, Germany, Mar. 2010.

Y. Zeng, S.Ó. Murphy, L. Sitanayah, T.M. Tabirca, T. Truong, K. Brown, and C.J. Sreenan. Building Fire Emergency Detection and Response Using Wireless Sensor Networks. In Proc. 9th Int'l Conf. Information Technology and Telecommunications (IT&T'09), pages 163-170, Dublin, Ireland, Oct. 2009.

Contact Details

School of Computing
100 McAdams Hall
Clemson, SC 29634
Email: lsitana AT clemson.edu
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