Professor Almeroth's general research interests include computer networks and protocols, wireless networking, multicast communication, large-scale multimedia systems, and mobile applications.  More recent interests are in the intersection of networking technology and its use in society.


Prof. Belding’s main research interests are in mobile and wireless communication networks, including the study of production networks through large trace collection, and the development of solutions to improve network performance and the user experience. Recently studied technologies include wireless LANs, mesh networks, cellular networks, 60 GHz networks, and white spaces spectrum. 

Chandra Krintz

Chandra has led a number of research projects that have advanced the state-of-the-art in programming systems in ways that improve performance and energy consumption, and that ease development and deployment of software.

The use of geometry and graph theory, as conceptual tools and an algorithmic lens, has proved invaluable in a number of scientific and engineering disciplines.

Along with Professor H. Zheng, I co-lead the SAND Lab for research on Systems, Algorithms, Networking and Data.  In recent years, my research has taken a data-driven approach to understanding real networking and systems problems, and using data analysis and models to guide the development of solutions using algorithm and systems. 

Prof. Zheng’s research interests lie in the general area of wireless networking and systems, with particular focus on wireless data centers, smartphone systems, and dynamic spectrum access systems. She has also been actively working on social networks and graph analysis.