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Network Research at UC San Diego
UC San Diego Groups
California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Cal-IT2) Cal-(IT)2 - Institute to extend the current information infrastructure to enable anytime/anywhere access, with particular emphasis on wireless and sensing technology
Center for Wireless Communications (CWC) Center for Wireless Communications - Research and education targeted at the emerging needs of the cellular and wireless communications industry
CSE Department, UC San Diego Computer Science and Engineering Department - Research includes communication systems, security, wide-area networking, Internet systems
ECE Department, UC San Diego Electrical and Computer Engineering Department - Major research thrust in the area of Information Networks and wireless mobile code
High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network (HPWREN) HPWREN - Creating a non-commercial, prototype, high-performance, wide-area, wireless network
Math Department, UC San Diego Mathematics Department - Professors specializing in algorithm analysis, graph theory and modeling research
UC San Diego Network Operations Network Operations - Campus Network Management including security, traffic flow, and coordination of campus subnets
SDSC Groups
Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA) CAIDA - The Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA) is a collaborative undertaking among organizations in the commercial, government, and research sectors aimed at promoting greater cooperation in the engineering and maintenance of a robust, scalable global Internet infrastructure.
Enterprise Network Services (ENS) Enterprise Network Services - Primarily responsible for internal and external network access for researchers and scientists at SDSC
Grid Research and Innovation Laboratory (GRAIL) GRAIL - Researching the impact of network performance, topologies, and contention on the execution of large-scale parallel applications on a "computational grid"
National Laboratory for Applied Network Research NLANR - Technical, engineering, and traffic analysis support of NSF High Performance Connections sites and high-performance network service providers
San Diego Network Access Point (SD-NAP) SD Network Access Point - A neutral traffic exchange facility that provides a location for local network service providers to exchange Internet traffic
Security Technologies Group Security Technologies Group - Handles day-to-day security insuring a robust, comprehensive security infrastructure for SDSC and NPACI

Network Research at UC San Diego


About UC San Diego

UC San Diego, one of the ten campuses which make up the University of California system, marked its 50th anniversary during the 2010-2011 academic year. Today UC San Diego is recognized throughout the academic world for its faculty and for its graduate and undergraduate programs. Our reputation for excellence is due in large part to the cooperative and entrpreneurial nature of the UC San Diego community.

About SDSC

The San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC), an organized research unit of UC San Diego, develops and applies advanced computing technologies to demanding computational science problems. In doing so, SDSC is leading the effort by the National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure (NPACI) to deploy a national metacomputing infrastructure and foster scientific research.


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Network Research at UCSD

Network Research at UCSD Network Operations at UCSD UCSD Network Operations, a division of UCSD Academic Computing Services (ACS) offers Campus Network Management and Network Services including security, traffic flow, optimization and coordination of campus subnets. URL: https://ucsdservicedesk.service-now.com/services Contact: Jim Madden   Browse other computer network research groups at UC San Diego and the San Diego Supercomputer Center

Network Research at UCSD

Network Research at UCSD Mathematics Department at UCSD The Mathematics Department at UCSD conducts research on internet mathematics, whose mission is to discover the fundamental principles governing very large-scale distributed networks and analyze key mathematical and algorithmic problems arising in various areas of information technology. Fan Chung Graham - Professor Graham's primary research interests are in graph theory, combinatorics, and algorithmic design, in particular in spectral graph theory, extremal graphs, graph labeling, graph decompositions, random graphs, graph algorithms, parallel structures and various applications of graph theory in Internet computing, communication networks, software reliability, chemistry, engineering, and various areas of mathematics.

Network Research at UCSD

Network Research at UCSD ECE: Electrical and Computer Engineering at UCSD The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, part of the School of Engineering at the University of California, San Diego, is home to approximately 1000 undergraduate students, 300 graduate students and over 40 faculty members. In a recent, comprehensive survey conducted by the National Academy of Sciences, the graduate programs in the UCSD School of Engineering were ranked ninth in the country, and at UCSD overall were ranked tenth.

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Network Research at UCSD CSE Department: Computer Science and Engineering at UCSD The Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Department at UCSD supports a number of faculty who contribute to computer networking research. Joe Pasquale - Leads a research group on network and operating system software design, emphasizing the support of large-scale network-integrated computing (Internet Computing), and distributed multimedia. Stefan Savage - Focuses mainly on wide-area networking (esp.

Network Research at UCSD

Network Research at UCSD Security Technologies Group at SDSC SDSC's Security Technologies Group handles day-to-day security insuring a robust, comprehensive security infrastructure necessary for the success of NPACI, SDSC, and its users. URL: http://security.sdsc.edu/ Contact: security@sdsc.edu   Browse other computer network research groups at UC San Diego and the San Diego Supercomputer Center

Network Research at UCSD

Network Research at UCSD ENS: Enterprise Network Services at SDSC SDSC's Enterprise Network Services (ENS) is primarily responsible for all networking at SDSC, including internal and external access for research, development and production Scientists and Researchers inside the building, at Sequoia Hall, Chemistry Research Building, and the bungalows near Thurgood Marshall College. URL: not available Contact: Rochell Bernsdorf, phone 858-822-3603   Browse other computer network research groups at UC San Diego and the San Diego Supercomputer Center

Network Research at UCSD

Network Research at UCSD SDNAP: San Diego Network Access Point at SDSC The San Diego Network Access Point (SD-NAP), established in February of 1998, is a neutral network traffic exchange facility that is intended to provide a location for local data network service providers to exchange Internet traffic. The SD-NAP is hosted by the Enterprise Network Services group at the University of California's San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) and is collaboratively supported by the Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA) and SDSC Enterprise Network Services staff.

Network Research at UCSD

Network Research at UCSD NLANR: National Laboratory for Applied Network Research at SDSC at SDSC The research activities of the NLANR Measurement and Network Analysis Group encompass measurement and analysis of HPC network performance through the Passive Measurement and Analysis (PMA) Project and the Active Measurement Project (AMP), which form the core of our Network Analysis Infrastructure (NAI). We make all data, that we reasonably can (raw data, graphs and visualizations), available on our Web site for use by outside network researchers, engineers, systems administrators, and students.

Network Research at UCSD

Network Research at UCSD HPWREN: High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network at UCSD The High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network (HPWREN) team is creating, demonstrating, and evaluating a non-commercial, prototype, high-performance, wide-area, wireless network in San Diego county. The NSF-funded network includes backbone nodes on the UC San Diego campus and a number of "hard to reach" areas in San Diego county. Not only is HPWREN is used for network analysis research, but the network also provides high-speed Internet access to field researchers from several disciplines (geophysics, astronomy, ecology) and educational opportunities for rural Native American learning centers and schools.

Network Research at UCSD

Network Research at UCSD GRAIL: Grid Research and Innovation Laboratory at SDSC at SDSC Grid Research And Innovation Laboratory (GRAIL). The deployment of scientific applications on resources over the wide area has become increasingly promising and the vision for a "Computational Grid" has emerged. In that context, our group focuses on scheduling issues, and in particular on the impact of network performance, network topologies, and network contention on the execution of large-scale parallel applications on the "

Network Research at UCSD

Network Research at UCSD CWC: Center for Wireless Communications at UCSD The Center for Wireless Communications (CWC) of the University of California at San Diego offers a cross-disciplinary program of research and education targeted at the emerging needs of the cellular and wireless communications industry. Founded in February 1995, the Center is committed to developing a strong university-partnership needed for producing a relevant program of systems and technology-oriented research.

Network Research at UCSD

Network Research at UCSD 2 website" width="65" height="45" border="1" hspace="5" /Cal-(IT)2: California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology at UCSD Cal-(IT)2 is one of four institutes established through the California Institutes for Science and Innovation initiative proposed in the year 2000 by Governor Gray Davis. Cal-(IT)2, a partnership between UC San Diego and UC Irvine, seeks to ensure that California maintains its leadership in the telecommunications and information technology marketplace.

Network Research at UCSD

Network Research at UCSD CAIDA: Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis at SDSC The Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA) is a collaborative undertaking among organizations with a strong interest in keeping primary Internet capacity and usage efficiency in line with ever-increasing demand. CAIDA provides the world with a neutral framework to support cooperative technical endeavors that have the potential to be critical in meeting the demands of an exponentially growing system of networks, and seeks to address engineering concerns relating to topics that:

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