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NetRL, the Networks Research Laboratory, performs research in networking issues, such as

-   protocols, algorithms, and mechanisms that support network control and the provision of quality of service in both fixed and wireless/mobile networks (Including sensor, ad-hoc, VANETS, 3G/4G),  Web of Things, Internet Services. 

The principal aim of our research is the development of protocols, systems, and services with a primary focus on:

-   resource allocation and radio resource management (RRM)
- MBMS RRM challenges (handover)
 - game theoretic network access selection
-   flow and congestion control, incl.
- bio-Inspired CC, fuzzy, adaptive non-linear control  (ACP, IDCC, estimating number of sources), adaptive predictive control and global stability results
-   New networking architectures and techniques, as for example sensor networks and VANETS, including
- Sensor networks: CC (Flock-based, L-V based, and alternative paths), mobility management, dataflow management and security
- VANETS: dissemination and information flow probability and Hovering Info
-   the Web of Things and its potential application in different environments such as:
 - intelligent road transportation (includes VANETS)
- video streaming and video resilience in wireless networks
- traffic engineering (including mobility: MIP-MPLS, HMIPv6)
- Investigate and study optimization techniques for improved operations across the whole protocol stack


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Latest Events
18 - 20 June 2012, WiNeMO – COST IC0906 Summer Training School on “Enabling the Future of Intelligen
March 5 2010, Award of an Honorary Doctorate Andrew J. Viterbi (English)
March 5 2010, Award of an Honorary Doctorate Andrew J. Viterbi (Greek)
March 18-19 2009, Short Duration Course on Computational Swarm Optimisation
Joint work with NKUA on Access Network Synthesis Game in Next Generation Networks
Lecture: Collaborative Services in Complex Systems
5th Annual Netrl Barbeque event
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