The Networked Systems Research Group studies intelligent and resilient networked systems; how to improve network transport protocols; and how to build mobile, ad-hoc, and sensor networks. Our specific research areas are:
- Cloud networking; network and service management; software-defined networking; network function virtualisation for resource-constrained environments; resilience and security
- Multimedia transport; WebRTC; congestion control and adaptation; network path transparency and measurements; compact routing; better protocol standards
We are grateful for support from EPSRC, NSF, Cisco, Ericsson, and others.
Research Fellows and Associates
Research Assistants and Research Students
PhD positions are available for students with excellent Computer Science qualifications, a high level of motivation, and related research interests. A typical applicant will have a first or upper-second class Honours degree in Computer Science, or equivalent qualification. Interested students should contact a member of the group's academic staff before January of the year in which they wish to start.