Founded in 2002, our laboratory conducts research in wired and wireless networking systems and theory. Our past contributions have spanned research on Internet routing, peer-to-peer systems, and Internet measurement. Our current focus is on networked wireless systems of various kinds. Our projects span exciting, cutting edge technologies:
- Wireless sensor networks and robotic networks
- Other edge networking technologies such as mesh networks and home networking
- Cloud-based systems
- Internet measurements
- Our Recovery paper (in cooperation with Google) has been accepted and will appear in SIGCOMM 2013, Hong Kong, China.
- Our SIF paper has been accepted and will appear in MobiSys 2013, Taipei, Taiwan.
- 3 papers (vCRIB, P3, and OpenSketch) have been accepted, to appear in NSDI 2013, Lombard, IL.
- Our eLens paper has been accepted and will appear in ICSE 2013, San Fransisco, CA.
- Our Violations paper has been accepted and will appear in IMC 2012, Boston.
- Our Pickle paper has been accepted and will appear in SenSys 2012, Toronto, Canada.
- We have released our Medusa implementation. Please take a look at the project website.
- Our Medusa paper has been accepted, to appear in MobiSys 2012, Lake District, United Kingdom.
- Dr. Ramesh Govindan, the head of the ENL, is recognized by ACM as a fellow of 2011 for his "fundamental contributions to computer networking". Link
- Our Snooze paper has been accepted, to appear in CoNext 2011, Tokyo, Japan.
- Dr. Omprakash Gnawali, a recent ENL alumnus, became an Assistant Professor at University of Houston, starting Fall 2011.
- Our CarMA paper has been accepted, to appear in SenSys 2011, Seattle.
- Dr. Jeongyeup Paek is joining the CISCO Systems, starting Fall 2011.
- Dr. Abhishek Sharma is joining the NEC Laboratory, starting Fall 2011.
- Dr. Ramesh Govindan Announced as New Editor-in-Chief for the IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing
- Dr. Marcos Vieira, a recent ENL alumnus, became an Assistant Professor at Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (Federal University of Minas Gerais), starting Jan. 2011.
- Nupur Kothari selected as the USC Graduate School's Feature Graduate Student of the Month