The Laboratory of Wireless Intelligent Networked Systems was established by Prof M. Chuah. The mission is to explore state-of-art techniques for designing emerging mobile data systems, cyber physical systems, and future heterogeneous networks. We focus on the architectural and protocol design of new mobile data systems and cyber physical systems. Our current research efforts focus on designing robuts and efficient computer vision algorithms for resource-constrained devices, edge assisted cloud based data systems and design robust cyber physical systems such as smartgrid or autonomous vehicles. We also conduct research on deep learning based healthcare systems and robust intrusion detection schemes for SCADA systems. Our research are funded by DoE, NSF, and companies. Examples of our past work include secure content centric mobile networks, disruption tolerant networks, smartgrid control network. In addition, we explore network security related research topics e.g. designing mitigation schemes against DDoS attacks, botnet and social spammer detection schemes. Furthermore, we also work on designing robust mobile healthcare systems. We develop useful Android-based mobile applications targeting children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. We also design user verification schemes that utilize users' physcial and social traits for mobile healthcare systems.