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Welcome
Welcome to the Network Research Lab at UCLA Computer Science Department. Our group, led by Prof. Mario Gerla, supports research projects in a broad range of topics in network communications including network protocols and architectures, modeling and analysis, wireless networks, sensor networks, car-to-car networks, peer-to peer techniques, medical networks, and network measurement. We focus on the use of modeling and analytical techniques to study challenging problems.


Recent Publications

"Enhancing the Quality Level Support for Real-time Multimedia Applications in Software-Defined Networ", Francesco Ongaro, Eduardo Cerqueira, Luca Foschini, Antonio Corradi, Mario Gerla, ICNC 2015, Anaheim, CA, February. 2015 (Conference Paper)

"Social Caching and Content Retrieval in Disruption Tolerant Networks (DTNs)", Tuan Le, You Lu, Mario Gerla, ICNC 2015, Anaheim, California, USA, February. 2015 (Conference Paper)

"Safety Message Dissemination in NLOS Environments of Intersection using TV White Space", Jae-Han Lim, Katsuhiro Naito, Ji-Hoon Yun, Danijela Cabric, Mario Gerla, ICNC 2015, Anaheim, California, February. 2015 (Conference Paper)

" An Architecture for Dynamic Resource Adjustment in VSDNs based on Traffic Demand", Rafael Lopes, Eduardo Cerqueira, Luiz Bittencourt, Edmundo Madeira, Mario Gerla , IEEE Global Communications Conference (IEEE Globecom 2014), Austio, TX, December. 2014 (Conference Paper)

"Optimal Content Placement in ICN Vehicular Networks", Federico Bruno, Matteo Cesana, Mario Gerla, Giulia Mauri, Giacomo Verticale, Network of the Future 2014, Paris, France, December. 2014 (Conference Paper)

News & Events


Writer: Jorge Mena, 2014/4/10

Professor Gerla will attend NetCod 2011 at Beijing China from July 25 to 27, 2011 and present secure Network Coding.
Writer: Soon Young Oh, 2011/7/21

During August 13-14, 2010, Professor Gerla visits Seattle WA. and serves as a chair of Information, Communications and Networks Symposium in UKC 2010.
Writer: Soon Young Oh, 2010/8/10

Prof. Gerla will give a keynote speech, “Vehicular Urban Sensing: Techniques and Applications”, in Wireless Days 2009 at Paris.
Writer: Soon Young Oh, 2009/12/10



Project Links

C-VeT: Campus Vehicular Testbed Homepage
TCP Evaluation Suite Homepage