The Computer Networks Laboratory (CNL) is the Institute’s center of research in computer networking and embedded computing applications. The lab is engaged in a wide range of projects, both practical and theoretical. Researches in CNL cover various rapidly-evolving aspects and applications of communication networks, including but not limited to mobile systems, social networks, application-layer overlays, novel link / routing / transport protocols, cooperative community networks, low-overhead computing and networking, smart grids and smart homes, sensor networks, the Internet of Things (IoT), and big data.
Some of the researchers under CNL include:
- Multipath Bandwidth Scavenging in the IoT to appear in EAI Endorsed Transactions on Cloud Systems Special Issue on IoT-as-a-Service (Extended version of paper presented at the International Conference on IoT as a Service [IoTaaS 2014], on Oct 2014, in Rome, Italy)
- Channel Load Aware Routing in Wireless Mesh Networks (Presented in 6th International Conference on Advanced Communications Technology (ICACT2014), on Feb. 2014, in PyeongChang, Korea)
- Social Graph-based Partitioning and Distribution for OSN Content Caching and Proactive Delivery (Published on proceedings of IT Convergence and Security (ICITCS), 2013 International Conference on, pp. 1-4; presented on 16-18 December 2013, in Macao)
- A Hybrid Adaptive Localization Strategy for Peer-to-Peer Video on Demand (Published on Computing and Networking (CANDAR), 2013 First International Symposium on, pp. 434-440; presented on Matsuyama, Ehime, Shikoku, Japan, 4-6 December 2013)
- Congestion-Free Routes for Wireless Mesh Networks (Presented on 2011 International Symposium on Multimedia and Communication Technology (ISMAC 2011), Sapporo, Japan, September 2011)