Collaborative Networking Group

The Collaborative Networking (CoNe) group's research focuses on large-scale distributed systems and network applications which are based on nodes cooperating voluntarily. Examples of such systems are information-centric networks, edge and cloud computing, mobile opportunistic networks, and Internet of Things.

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Teaching

We teach courses on advanced networking topics, such as cloud and edge computing, distributed data science infrastructures, and other advanced networking topics as well as seminars on these topics. Our courses can be found in the MS programs on Computer Science and Data Science.