Presentation on theme: "QMUL Jian Zhang Network Research Laboratory (NRL) Department of Computer Science, Queen Mary, University of London."— Presentation transcript:
Networking @ QMUL Jian Zhang Network Research Laboratory (NRL) Department of Computer Science, Queen Mary, University of London
Outline Existing Networking Research @ QMUL New Networking Research @ QMUL Current Project Status Future Directions
Existing Networking Research @ QMUL (1) NSAL (Electronic Engineering) Jonathan Pitts: Network behavior, QoS, queuing analysis, accelerated simulation and traffic modeling John Schormans: Queuing analysis, monitoring, measurement, modeling and simulation for packet networks Raul Mondragon: Traffic modelling, topology of networks and accelerated simulation Chris Phillips: Carrier networks, MPLS and traffic engineering, VPNs
Existing Networking Research @ QMUL (2) QMaths (Department of Mathematics) David Arrowsmith: Queuing theory Steve Gilmore: Design and analysis of experiments
New Networking Research @ QMUL (1) NRL (Department of Computer Science) Andrew Moore: recently moved from Cambridge to Queen Mary as a Roberts Fellow brought 10 tons of kits, some installed in Physics space - thanks Alex and Steve! brought various EPSRC projects across from Cambridge to QMUL too
New Networking Research @ QMUL (2) Network Research Laboratory New research group in DCS Engineering for monitoring GRIDprobe (technologies live on) MASTS (UK GRID collaboration within UKLIGHT) CoMo (collaboration with Intel Research Cambridge)
New Networking Research @ QMUL (3) From Monitoring to Management Performance and Understanding 46PaQ (UK GRID collaboration using UKLIGHT) Intelligent Auditing Intelligent Resource Control Content-controlled Security for Networks
Current Project Status (1) 46PaQ (partnered with UCL CS) 2 year EPSRC/UKLIGHT project been transferred from Cambridge to QMUL May 06 (finally) has resource staff in place, although he is ill today. working on monitoring for IPv6, DCCP, ECN, and other quality of service issues Specific use will be to help get 10Gbps from a 10Gbps pipe; first we plan to help the VISTA Astronomers moving data between Cambridge and Edinburgh (DCCP on UKLIGHT), ref: Jim Emerson
Current Project Status (2) MASTS (partnered with UCL CS and Loughborough CS/EE) 3 year EPSRC/UKLIGHT project transferred from Cambridge to QMUL on Jun06 finally has research staff in place, Me! effective monitoring and understanding for UKLIGHT and new high-speed networks Specific use will be to map the growth of UKLIGHT, examine high-speed behaviors and provide feedback/control for other UKLIGHT users.
Future Directions monitoring, measurement, modeling and management GENOA: statistical methods for deriving network content ideal for fast auditing, firewalls, etc. ROME: Realistic High-speed Traffic Emulation How we test the 21 st Century Networks.
Thanks for your attention! For more information http://www.dcs.qmul.ac.uk/research/nrl/