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Networks and Mobility

The world is becoming more interconnected with phones, GPS, e-readers and tablets connected into networks. Our social and professional lives are now parts of complex networks covering the globe. 

Our goal is to develop algorithms to process and store information in large networks. We also want to build methods to model and analyze complex networks. This will help our understanding of their structure and best ways to use them. These questions are relevant to several current research topics such as wireless and sensor networks, social networks and big datasets. Network data processing and analysis has interesting variants when some parts of the network are mobile -- for example, phones and tablets. 

This is a broad area and the topics can be approached in different ways: theoretically through algorithms, combinatorics and mathematics; or experimentally by evaluating through programs and simulations.

Potential Supervisor

Rik Sarkar

 

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