The NetSys Lab

Welcome to the homepage of the NetSys (Networked Systems) lab at Stony Brook University. Our lab works on problems in the intersection of networking and systems, with a current focus on smartphones and wearable devices.

 

 

News

  • November 2022: AccessWear: Making Smartphone Applications Accessible to Blind Users conditionally accepted to MobiCom' 23!

  • July 2022: Our work (with PACE lab) on BBR performance on mobile devices is accepted at IMC 2022. Congratulations to student authors Santiago Vargas and Gautham Gunapati. 

  • October 2022: Prerna Khanna wins the best presentation award for the Systems and Security track at SBU Graduate Research Day'22.

  • December 2021: Swift paper accepted at NSDI. Congratulations to Mallesh and Kumara.

  • October 2021: Congratulations to Dr. Qingqing Cao on his successful defense. He is joining University of Washington as a Postdoc.

  • June 2021: Irene paper on modeling energy of NLP applications accepted at ACL, demo accepted at EMNLP. Congratulations to Qingqing, Yash, and Harsh.

  • April 2021: Aruna receives the SIGMOBILE Rockstar award

  • March 2021: Congratulations to Dr. Conor Kelton on his successful defense. He is off to Facebook.

  • February 2021: BBR bufferbloat paper accepted at IMC. Congratulations to Rebecca and Santiago.

  • October 2020: Congratulations to Dr. Javad Nejati on his successful defense. He is off to Ebay.

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