The line of computer networks was established in 1987 and now conducts research in modeling and analysis of networks, multimedia networks, multimedia applications, network security, wireless networks and traffic engineering. It has two thematic laboratories where students can become familiar with the state of the art network technology.
Major Research Themes
Modeling and Analysis of Computer Systems and Communication
- Development of new models of solution algorithms
- Develop tools for performance evaluation and system reliability
- Development of mechanisms models found in multimedia networks
- system models Simulation
- Templates for protocols with guarantees of differentiated quality of service
The purpose of this area is to develop new algorithms for multimedia applications and implement multimedia tools.
Some of the multimedia applications that are under development are: application for voice and video over the Internet, application for collaborative work using transmission multicast , a video server on demand.
- Transmission of continuous media on the Internet
- Web Quality of Service
- Development of access protocols for multimedia applications with different traffic profiles and quality of service
- Modeling and benchmarking of access protocols of performance
- Development of new techniques and encryption algorithms
- intrusion detection systems
- Integrated Security Management
Development solutions middleware for active and programmable networks
- Templates for characterizing traffic in IP backbones
- Measurement techniques end-to-end delay for characterization and bottlenecks in the network
- Network Scanner
- Traffic Inference