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TU Delft's
Lab on Internet Science

About Us

At LOIS we work on building a robust, yet flexible network infrastructure accommodating the connected systems and applications of the future.

Representative Projects

Software-Defined Networking

We have provided SDN tools for network monitoring, fast failover, QoS, and information-centric networking.

Network resilience

We have built a tool for analyzing the vulnerability of a network to many possible hazards (from small-scale failures to large disasters).

Tactile Internet

We have a joint project on the Tactile Internet with the Indian Institute of Science. Our objective is to, at the end of the project, be able to shake each others hand over the Internet.

Internet-of-Things

We have focused on two aspects: (1) Together with The Things Network and KPN, we have studied the performance of LoRaWAN, and (2) we are working on SDN techniques for IoT.


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Members

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Fernando Kuipers

Associate professor and head of the Lab on Internet Science at Delft University of Technology.
Keywords: Network design, network algorithmics, Quality-of-Service.
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Jorik Oostenbrink

PhD student working on network resilience.
Keywords: Correlated network failures, network vulnerability testing, spatiotemporal resilience.
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Belma Turkovic

PhD student working on low-latency techniques for the Tactile Internet.
Keywords: P4, software-defined networking, congestion control, network slicing.
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Mohammad Riftadi

MSc student working on intent-based networking.

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Anup Bhattachrjee

MSc student working on NB-IoT.

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Yonatan Shiferaw

MSc student working on LoRaWAN Class B.

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Renzo Arreaza

MSc student working on SDN for cloud environments.

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Yann Rosema

MSc student working on IoT for road infrastructures.

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Nikos Bizanis

MSc student working on a virtualized network architecture for IoT.

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Reggie Viset

MSc student working on SDN.

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Dennis Jansen

MSc student working on network vulnerability analysis.

Former PhD students

  1. Hale Cetinay, Analysis and planning of power grids, TU Delft PhD thesis defended on October 25, 2018.
  2. Marcus Märtens, Information Propagation in Complex Networks, TU Delft PhD thesis defended on January 8, 2018.
  3. Niels van Adrichem, Resilience and Application Deployment in Software-Defined Networks, TU Delft PhD thesis defended on February 3, 2017.
  4. Farabi Iqbal, Routing and Disaster Awareness in Optical Networks, TU Delft PhD thesis defended on September 7, 2016.
  5. Song Yang, Routing in Optical and Stochastic Networks, TU Delft PhD thesis defended on June 1, 2015.
  6. Ruud van de Bovenkamp, Epidemic Processes on Complex Networks: Modelling, Simulation and Algorithms, TU Delft PhD thesis defended on January 12, 2015.
  7. Ebisa Negeri, Smart Power Grid: A Holonic Approach, TU Delft PhD thesis defended on April 14, 2014.
  8. Anteneh Beshir, Survivability and Impairment-aware Routing in Optical Networks: An Algorithmic Study, TU Delft PhD thesis defended on April 29, 2011.
  9. Yue Lu, Analysis of streaming media systems, TU Delft PhD thesis defended on October 21, 2010.
  10. Adriaan ter Mors, The world according to MARP, TU Delft PhD thesis defended on March 15, 2010.

Former MSc students

  1. Priyank Garg, Performance Evaluation of a LoRaWAN Towards Development of an Optimised ADR (Adaptive Data Rate) Model, TU Delft MSc thesis, Jan. 2019.
  2. Yuchen Huang, A Dynamic Multipath File Transfer Engine for Software-Defined Networking, TU Delft MSc thesis, Nov. 2018.
  3. Lina He, Online survivability in software defined elastic optical networks, TU Delft MSc thesis, Jan. 2018.
  4. Christina Kylili, Improving the video streaming backend with on-the-fly format conversion and cloud storage, TU Delft MSc thesis, Jan. 2018.
  5. Rizky Dharmawan, Performance evaluation of a software-defined wireless sensor network, TU Delft MSc thesis, Nov. 2017.
  6. Andri Rahmadhani, Performance evaluation of LoRaWAN: from small-scale to large-scale networks , TU Delft MSc thesis, Nov. 2017.
  7. Alp Arda Inan, Optimization of the locations of virtual network functions, TU Delft MSc thesis, Nov. 2017.
  8. Ashwini Shamsundar, Modeling and performance evaluation of the Thread protocol, TU Delft MSc thesis, Nov. 2017.
  9. Jorik Oostenbrink, Computing the vulnerability of communication networks to large-scale disasters, TU Delft MSc thesis, Aug. 2017.
  10. Meng Wang, Understanding security flaws of IoT protocols through honeypot technologies, TU Delft MSc thesis, Aug. 2017.
  11. Ficky Fatturrahman, SDN controller robustness and distribution framework, TU Delft MSc thesis, Aug. 2017.
  12. Xueying Yang, LoRaWAN: vulnerability analysis and practical exploitation, TU Delft MSc thesis, July 2017.
  13. Marlou Pors, Investigating current state security of OpenFlow networks, TU Delft MSc thesis, July 2017.
  14. Harmjan Treep, Delftvisor: A network hypervisor for Openflow 1.3, TU Delft MSc thesis, June 2017.
  15. Bart Jansen, Performance analysis of WebRTC-based video conferencing, TU Delft MSc thesis, Aug. 2016.
  16. Hedi Krishna, Providing end-to-end bandwidth guarantees with OpenFlow, TU Delft MSc thesis, July 2016.
  17. Sulabh Deshmukh, Ethernet Circuit Failure Detection over Aggregated Trunks, TU Delft MSc thesis, June 2016.
  18. Prashanth Manthena, Network-as-a-Service Architecture with SDN and NFV: A Proposed Evolutionary Approach for Service Provider Networks, TU Delft MSc thesis, Feb. 2015.
  19. Ben van Asten, Increasing robustness of Software-Defined Networks, TU Delft MSc thesis, Sep. 2014.
  20. Emanuel Dias, A model to measure Quality of Experience (QoE) of Online Social Gaming, TU Delft MSc thesis, Feb. 2014.
  21. Konstantinos Bessas, Analytics at the speed of light: Feasibility and challenges for real time analytics of large datasets in hybrid clouds, TU Delft MSc thesis, Feb. 2014.
  22. Vassil Gourov, Network Monitoring with Software Defined Networking: Towards OpenFlow network monitoring, TU Delft MSc thesis, Aug. 2013.
  23. Niels van Adrichem, Towards a global implementation of named data networking, TU Delft MSc thesis, Aug. 2012.
  24. Bob Ran, Telecommunication requirements in low-voltage smart grids, TU Delft MSc thesis, June 2012.
  25. Jose Luis Almodovar Chico, A study of demand oblivious routing algorithms, TU Delft MSc thesis, April 2012.
  26. Eyuel Ayele, Analyses and deployement of the BitTorrent protocol for community ad hoc networks, TU Delft MSc thesis, Aug. 2011.
  27. Rufael Mekuria, Inter-destination media synchronization for TV broadcasts, TU Delft MSc thesis, Apr. 2011.
  28. Ruud van de Bovenkamp, A simulation and capacity management tool for KPN's Ethernet network, TU Delft MSc thesis, Sep. 2010.
  29. Rasjaad Imamdi, Robustness Analysis and Capacity Management of the KPN (PS) Mobile Core Network, TU Delft MSc thesis, Sep. 2010.
  30. Desalegn Segni Abawollo, Impairment-aware Survivable Routing and Regenerator Placement in WDM Networks, TU Delft MSc thesis, Aug. 2010.
  31. Devender Maheshwari, Robust Offshore Networks for Oil and Gas Facilities, TU Delft MSc thesis, Jan. 2010.
  32. Zhao Yong, Measurement Study of Multi-point Videoconferencing, TU Delft MSc thesis, Dec. 2009.
  33. Rob Juffermans, Diverse routing in SRLG networks, TU Delft MSc thesis, Sep. 2009.
  34. Floris Nicolai, Capacity measurement in small-scale, heterogeneous, best-effort IP networks/a>, TU Delft MSc thesis, July 2009.
  35. Ebisa Olana Negeri, Impairment-Aware QoS Routing in Translucent Optical Networks , TU Delft MSc thesis, July 2009.
  36. Truong Dinh Huy, Comparison of Optical Inter-Domain Routing Protocols in the Presence of Wavelength Converters, TU Delft MSc thesis, July 2009.
  37. Zhen Qin, Quality of Experience in P2PTV, TU Delft MSc thesis, Jan. 2009.
  38. Fredrick Ezeh, Delay Tolerant Networking, TU Delft MSc thesis, Sep. 2008.
  39. Gabriel Martorell Lliteras, Hierarchical QoS routing, TU Delft MSc thesis, Mar. 2008.
  40. Benedetto Fallica, Measurement Study of the P2PTV application SopCast, TU Delft MSc thesis, Dec. 2007.
  41. Arne Brants, The Efficiency of Network Coding in P2P Content Distribution Systems, TU Delft MSc thesis, Sep. 2007.
  42. Julià Legido i Català, Heap Data Structures and Path Length Functions for SAMCRA, TU Delft MSc thesis, Aug. 2007.
  43. Ian Hornes, SAMCRA on road networks with dynamically changing link weights, TU Delft MSc thesis, Sep. 2006.
  44. Anteneh Beshir, Implementation of eps-approximation QoS Routing, TU Delft MSc thesis, July 2006.
  45. Ding Chen, Improving SAMCRA with IPM, TU Delft MSc thesis, Nov. 2005.
  46. Xia Guo, Link-Disjoint Quality of Service Routing, TU Delft MSc thesis, Aug. 2005.
  47. Oscar Samuel Espin, Stability of Paths in a Quality of Service Network, TU Delft MSc thesis, Oct. 2004.
  48. Almerima Jamakovic, Influence of Path Correlation on the Complexity of QoS Routing, TU Delft MSc thesis, Jan. 2004.
  49. Hellen Magige, QoS Routing: Evaluating the performance of Dynamic and Static routing, TU Delft MSc thesis, July 2003.
  50. Eguzki Astiz Lezaun, Stability of Paths in a Dynamic QoS Environment, TU Delft MSc thesis, Apr. 2003.
  51. Selma Begtasevic, On NP-completeness in QoS Routing, TU Delft MSc thesis, Jan. 2003.
  52. Sergi Calvet Ceballos, Improving SAMCRA, a QoS Routing Algorithm, using the Look-Ahead Property, TU Delft MSc thesis, Sep. 2002.
  53. Dennis Lansbergen, Analysis of Quality of Service Mechanisms in IP and Road Networks , TU Delft MSc thesis, Apr. 2002.
  54. Vahid Niazian, A Study of Quality of Service dynamics in the Internet, TU Delft MSc thesis, July 2001.

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