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.

An overview of our Web performance projects can be found here, and an overview of our mobile systems projects can be found here.

 

News

  • September 17: Aruna receives two NSF grants with her Co-PIs, one on using gaze tracking for Web performance and the other on extending smartphone UIs to smartwatches

  • August, 2017: UIWear accepted at Mobicom 2017. Congratulations to Jian and Qingqing. UIWear also accepted as a demo at Mobicom.

  • August 2017: Yi presented a poster on rethinking TCP throughput, and Mallesh and Conor presented a poster on hardware bottlenecks in Web browsing  at Sigcomm 2017

  • June 2017: The Girls Who Code club that Aruna facilitated at the Comsewogue Library celebrated a successful year. News story here

  • May 2017: MobiRNN paper accepted at EMDL workshop colocated with MobiSys 2017.

  • February 2017: An article about PrIA appeared in the MIT Technology Review, was featured in the Stony Brook News (starts at 5.13), and Publico's technology newsletter (in Portuguese). 

  • January 2017: A position paper on PrIA (Private Intelligent Assistant) is accepted at HotMobile 2017.

  • Dec 2016: WebGaze paper accepted at NSDI. Congratulations to Conor Kelton and Jihoon Ryoo.

  • December 2016: ReCON work on modeling energy consumption of mobile browsers accepted for publication at Sigmetrics 2017. Congratulations to Yi and Javad!

  • August 2016: Aruna is facilitating the Girls Who Code club at the Comsewogue Library in Port Jefferson Station.

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