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High performance computing and networking

The High Performance Computing and Networking group investigate the computational and networking challenges associated with modern information and communications paradigms such as internet, mobile, cloud and high performance computing.

Current research areas include:

  • Computer networks
  • Next generation internet
  • Smart networks and communications
  • Cyber-physical systems
  • Wireless communication technologies
  • Unmanned aerial vehicles
  • Multimedia systems
  • High-performance computing (HPC)
  • Cloud computing
  • Big data
  • Information security
  • System modelling
  • Performance optimisation

Group members

Associate members

Multimedia Communication and Processing over Vehicular Cloud Networks for Autonomous Driving

Energy-Efficient Service Function Orchestration in 5G Mobile Networks

Analysis and Optimisation of Cache Resource Allocation for Energy-Efficient Information-Centric Networking

Data-driven Computing Modelling and Task Scheduling for High Performance Computing

Dynamic Resource Scheduling Algorithm of Network Slice

Energy-Efficient High-Performance Computing Architecture Solutions for Powerful Big Data Processing

High-Performance Distributed Algorithms and Key Technologies for Processing SDN Big Data

Intelligent Fault Detection and Fault Localisation Based on Advanced Log Mining in the Network Big Data Era

Energy-Efficient and Intelligent Wireless Sensor Networks for Smart Healthcare

Research on Key Communication Technologies for UAVs to Transmit High Definition Video

Dynamic Resource Management and Optimisation for SLA Guarantees in Hyperconverged Communication Infrastructures

Big Data Analysis for High Availability Network Management

Software Defined Networking and Functions Virtualisation for IP Forwarding and Reliability

QUICK: Quality-of-Experience Improvement for Mobile Multimedia across Heterogeneous Wireless Networks

CLIMBER: Cross-Layer Investigation and Integration of Computing and Networking Aspects of Mobile Social Networks