Philip Lundrigan

Assistant Professor
Computer Engineering | Brigham Young University | Github | LinkedIn


I lead the Network Enhanced Technologies Lab (NET Lab) at BYU. I received an NSF CRII award for early career researchers in 2022 for my work on wireless subprotocols. I received the most influential faculty member award in my department in 2021. My main research focuses are mobile networks, Internet of Things, and wireless network management. I am interested in building real systems that enhance and extend wireless networks. I have experience designing, building, and deploying an in-home sensor network architecture for epidemiological studies.

For a complete listing of my research, see my curriculum vitae.


  • ECEn 224: Intro to Computer Systems (Winter 2023, Fall 2023)
  • ECEN 330: Intro to Embedded Systems Programming (Fall 2019)
  • ECEN 426: Computer Networks (Fall 2020, Fall 2021, Fall 2022, Fall 2023)
  • ECEN 526: Wireless Networks (Winter 2019, Winter 2020, Winter 2021, Winter 2022, Winter 2023, Winter 2024)



  • M. Rice, H. Croft, J. Gillis, Z. Hilton, R. Kirkwood, P. Walker, P. Lundrigan, W. Harrison, “A Comparison of Two Software Defined Radios for Aeronautical Telemetry”, in Proceedings of the International Telemetering Conference, 2023.
  • A. Palacios, C. Bledsoe, E. Kelsey, L Landon, J. Backman, P. Lundrigan, “Stealthy Signals: Using Ghost Modulation to Watermark Interference”, in 1st International Workshop on LEO Networking and Communication (LEO-NET), 2023.
  • C. Kitras, C. Pollen, K. Myers, C. Wirthlin, P. Lundrigan, “Location Verification of Crowd-Sourced Sensors”, in IEEE International Workshop on IoT in Emerging Fields (IoTEF), 2023.
  • A. Sarbhai, R. Gouripeddi, P. Lundrigan, P. Chidambaram, A. Saha, R. Madsen, J. Facelli, K. Sward, and S. K. Kasera, “Utilizing a Blockchain for Managing Sensor Metadata in Exposure Health Studies”, in Intermountain Engineering, Technology and Computing (iETC), 2022.
  • L. Alcantara, J. Miera, B. Ariun-Erdene, C. Teng, P. Lundrigan, “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Successful Re- mote Sensing Deployments in Mongolia”, in Intermountain Engineering, Technology, and Computing Conference (iETC), 2020.
  • P. Lundrigan, N. Patwari, S. K. Kasera, "On-Off Noise Power Communication", 25th Annual International Conference On Mobile Computing and Networking (MobiCom), 2019
  • (Best Paper Award) S. Maheshwari, P. Lundrigan, S. K. Kasera, "Scheduling Virtual WiFi Interfaces for High Bandwidth Video Upstreaming Using Multipath TCP", 20th International Conference on Distributed Computing and Networking (ICDCN), 2019
  • P. Lundrigan, K. Min, N. Patwari, S. K. Kasera, K. Kelly, J. Moore, M. Meyer, S. C. Collingwood, F. Nkoy, B. Stone, and K. Sward, "An In-Home IoT Architecture for Epidemiological Deployments", "IEEE Workshop on Practical Issues in Building Sensor Network Applications (SenseApp), 2018"
  • P. Lundrigan, N. Patwari, S. K. Kasera, "STRAP: Secure TRansfer of Association Protocol", The 27th International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (ICCCN), 2018
  • K. Min, P. Lundrigan, N. Patwari, "Smart Home Air Filtering System: A Randomized Controlled Trial for Performance Evaluation", IEEE/ACM 3rd International Conference on Connected Health: Applications, Systems and Engineering Technologies (CHASE), 2018
  • P. Lundrigan, M. Khaledi, M. Kano, N. Subramanyam, and S. Kasera, "Mobile Live Video Upstreaming", 28th International Teletraffic Congress (ITC 28), 2016
  • R. Buck, R. Lee, P. Lundrigan, and D. Zappala, "WiFu: A composable toolkit for experimental wireless transport protocols", 9th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad-Hoc and Sensor Systems, 2012
  • C. Lavin, M. Padilla, J. Lamprecht, P. Lundrigan, B. Nelson, and B. Hutchings, "HMFlow: Accelerating FPGA Compilation with Hard Macros for Rapid Prototyping", IEEE 19th Annual International Symposium on Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines (FCCM), 2011
  • C. Lavin, M. Padilla, J. Lamprecht, P. Lundrigan, B. Nelson, and B. Hutchings, "RapidSmith: Do-It-Yourself CAD Tools for Xilinx FPGAs", International Conference on Field Programmable Logic and Applications (FPL), 2011
  • C. Lavin, M. Padilla, P. Lundrigan, B. Nelson, and B. Hutchings, "Rapid prototyping tools for FPGA designs: RapidSmith", International Conference on Field-Programmable Technology (FPT), 2010


  • D. Harman, K. Knapp, T. Sweat, P. Lundrigan, M. Rice, and W. Harrison, “Physical Layer Security: Channel Sounding Results for the Multi-Antenna Wiretap Channel”, in Entropy, 2023.
  • C. Flowerday, P. Lundrigan, C. Kitras, T. Nguyen, J. Hansen, “Utilizing Low-Cost Sensors to Monitor In- door Air Quality in Mongolian Gers”, in Low-Cost Sensor Applications for Mobile and Urban Environment Monitoring, Sensors, 2023.
  • S. Hegde, K. Min, J. Moore, P. Lundrigan, N. Patwari, S. C. Collingwood, and K. E. Kelly, “Household Indoor Particulate Matter Measurement Using a Network of Low Cost Sensors”, in Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 2020.
  • J. Moore, P. Goffin, P. Lundrigan, N. Patwari, K. Sward, J. Weise, M. Meyer, "Managing In-home Environments Through Sensing, Annotating, and Visualizing Air Quality Data", Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies (IMWUT), 2018
  • Tim Strayer, Samuel Nelson, Amando Caro, Joud Khoury, Bryan Tedesco, Olivia DeRosa, Carsten Clark, Kolia Sadeghi, Michael Matthews, Jake Kurzer, Philip Lundrigan, Vikas Kawadia, Dorene Ryder, Keith Gremban, Wayne Phoel, "Content Sharing with Mobility in an Infrustructure-less Environment", Computer Networks, 2018
  • B. Mager, P. Lundrigan, and N. Patwari, "Fingerprint-Based Device-Free Localization: Performance in Changing Environments", Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, 2015


  • Chris Kitras, Ashton Palacios, Philip Lundrigan, “SSS: Building a Seven Segment Sign”, in PyCon, 2023.
  • Bryson Schiel, Alek Farmer, Anup Hassan Murali, Brielle Corry, and Philip Lundrigan, “Informing V2I De- ployment Decisions Using Commercial Hardware-in-the-loop Testing”, in IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC), 2023.
  • (Best Poster Award) Chris Kitras, Carter Pollan, Kyle Myers, Camille Wirthlin, Philip Lundrigan, “Location Monitoring Framework for Citizen Science Sensors”, in Air Quality: Science for Solutions, 2023.
  • Callum E. Flowerday, Ryan Thalman, Matthew C. Asplund, Samuel A. Badstubner, Adam K. Cook, Philip Lundrigan, Jaron C. Hansen, “Detection of Ambient Concentrations of Hydroxyl Radical using BBCEAS”, in Atmospheric Mechanisms Conference (ACM), 2022.
  • Philip Lundrigan, Ramkiran Gouripeddi, Mollie Cummins, Julio Facelli, and Katherine Sward, “Materializing the Air Quality Exposome: The Center of Excellence for Exposure Health Informatics”, in Air Quality: Science for Solutions, 2020.
  • Philip Lundrigan, Derek Hansen, and Chia-Chi Teng, “Developing an Untethered Network of Low-Power Air Quality Sensors”, in Air Quality: Science for Solutions, 2019.
  • Kyeong T. Min, Philip Lundrigan, and Neal Patwari, "IASA - Indoor Air Quality Sensing and Automation", 16th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN), 2017