Meratnia is associate professor in the Pervasive Systems group at the
Her research interests are in the area of distributed data processing and reasoning in wireless sensor networks, smart and collaborative objects, wearable computing, and cyber physical systems.
Currently, she is involved in
two national projects, namely IOP-Gencom Go-Green (on
Greener house through a self-learning, privacy-aware user-centric energy-aware
wireless monitoring and control system), and
She has recently finished two FP7 projects, namely, CLAM (on collaborative embedded networks for submarine surveillance) and GENESI (on green sensor networks for structural monitoring) successfully. Prior to that she has been actively involved in four EU IST funded projects, namely CoBIs (on collaborative smart business objects), Embedded WiSeNts (on cooperating embedded systems for exploration and control featuring wireless sensor networks), e-SENSE (on distributed data processing and reasoning in wireless sensor networks), and SENSEI (on Future Internet). On the national front, she has been working on PointOne project FREE (on developing energy management mechanisms for wireless sensor networks) and BSIK project Smart Surroundings (on ambient intelligence).