At LOIS we work on building a robust, yet flexible network infrastructure accommodating the connected systems and applications of the future.
We have provided SDN tools for network monitoring, fast failover, QoS, and information-centric networking.
We have built a tool for analyzing the vulnerability of a network to many possible hazards (from small-scale failures to large disasters).
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.
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.
We have a vacancy for a PhD student on 5G resilience through network programmability.
Associate professor and head of the Lab on Internet Science at Delft University of Technology.
Keywords: Network design, network algorithmics, Quality-of-Service.
PhD student working on network resilience.
Keywords: Correlated network failures, network vulnerability testing, spatiotemporal resilience.
PhD student working on low-latency techniques for the Tactile Internet.
Keywords: P4, software-defined networking, congestion control, network slicing.
MSc student working on intent-based networking.
MSc student working on NB-IoT.
MSc student working on LoRaWAN Class B.
MSc student working on SDN for cloud environments.
MSc student working on IoT for road infrastructures.
MSc student working on a virtualized network architecture for IoT.
MSc student working on SDN.
MSc student working on network vulnerability analysis.
2628 CD, Delft
Phone: +31 (0) 15 278 1347