The Networking lab (NAT) at Tufts University covers a wide range of topics in the domain of computer networks and distributed systems. Our current research areas are in cloud & mobile systems, wide area networking and future Internet architectures.
We are funded by grants from Tufts University and NSF.
Our work on Reducing Tail Latency Using Duplication has been accepted at ACM CoNEXT 2019, Congratulations Mohsin, Abdullah, Peter, and Musa!1. September 2019
Tooba will give a joining Sony's Magic Lab for the fall semester internship.2. April 2019
Tooba will give a talk on impact of network impairments on AR applications at NENS 2019.28. March 2019
Abdullah and Osama will present posters at NENS 2019.8. February 2019
Our work on exploring the impact of network impairments on remote collaborative augmented reality applications has been accepted to ACM CHI as late breaking work. Congrats Tooba!.1. February 2019
Osama has been awarded NSDI 2019 student travel grant.14. January 2019
Our work on richer and bi-directional interface between augmented reality applications and the network has been accepted at ACM IUI'19 as a poster. Congrats Tooba!4. December 2018
Abdullah and Mohsin will travel to Greece to present their work in CoNEXT 2018. They have also been awarded ACM SIGCOMM student travel grant.