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.



  • 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.

  • June 2016: Aruna, Javad, and Yi attended the AT&T Research Academic Summit.

  • April 2016: Aruna receives NSF CRII award to study the bottlenecks in mobile page load performance.

  • February 2016: Aruna receives a Google Research Award to work on improving mobile Web performance. 

  • December 2015: Paper on analyzing mobile Web performance accepted to WWW 2016.