Advanced Networking Lab

Faculty Name
Sue Bok Moon
Research Area
Foundations, Social Computing
#608, N1

The Advanced Networking Laboratory (ANLAB) at KAIST engages in two broadly grouped research areas: network platforms that will satisfy the ever-increasing demand for diversified, scalable networking solutions that will support the emerging media, and dynamics and patterns in online social networks such as Twitter, Facebook, and social gaming platforms. We seek to address fundamental rules that govern the Internet, while laying out the building blocks that will support future network through solid experimental and theoretical research.

We recognize the importance of collaboration due to ever-expanding reaches of computer science disciplines, and work actively with researchers within and outside KAIST and abroad. We encourage PhD students to work abroad during their PhD programs. In the past students from our group have worked as interns and visitors at DIMACS (Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science), AT&T Research, Intel Research Cambridge, Microsoft Research Cambridge, Telefonica Research - Barcelona, and SysNet group at the University of California, San Diego.