ITTC Project


ResiliNets: Multilevel Resilient and Survivable Networking

Project Award Date: 06-01-2006



Description

We are exploiting new architectures, algorithms, and protocols, as well as techniques in programmable, active, and cognitive networking to achieve these goals. Key themes include: architectural principles, metrics, and constraints for resilience; resilient and survivable network topology and protocols; cross-layer and -plane optimisation; adaptive composable protocol mechanisms; and intelligent resource tradeoffs.

In collaboration with Lancaster University

For More Information: http://www.ittc.ku.edu/resilinets


Investigators

Faculty Investigator(s): James Sterbenz (PI)

Staff Investigator(s): Abdul Jabbar Mohammad

Student Investigator(s): Abdul Jabbar Mohammad, Egemen Cetinkaya, Qian Shi, Kamakshi Sirisha Pathapati, Justin Rohrer, Robert Thedinger, Asifuddin Mohammad, Ramya Naidu Muthyala, Manasa Keshavachandra, Rabat Mahmood, Sripriya Srinivasan, Rui Wang, Mrudula Putcha, Yufei Cheng, Hemanth Narra, Jorge Pizarro Zapata, Kevin Peters, Maruti Srinivas Chaitanya Cherakupally, Mahmood Abdul Hameed, Jing Han, Anh Nguyen, Mohammed Alenazi, , , Daniel Broyles, Urvashi Thakkar, Purity Kipkoech, Jeff Cailteux, Kelly Rodriguez, Santosh Gogi, Siddhant Sharma, Greeshma Umapathi, Philip Mein, Siddharth Gangadhar, Junyan Li, Dongsheng Zhang, Santosh Gondi, Parker Riley, Craig Lane, Manogna Bheemineni, Darshan Ramesh, Isha Khadka, Md Moshfequr Rahman, Amir Modarresi, Wesley Adams, James Rolfe, Michael Chatman, Keerthi Ganta, Logan Ayer, Subhash Gullapalli, Xinyang Rui, Sai Sandeep Bhooshi, Ashwini Balachandra, Austin Cosner, Shashank Sambamoorthy


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Sponsored Research Agreement

Individuals and organizations can enter into agreements with KUCR/ITTC and provide funds for sponsored research to be performed at ITTC with the assistance of faculty, staff and students.

Licensing and Royalty/Equity Agreement

An ITTC goal is the development of investment-grade technologies for transfer to, and marketing by, local, Kansas, and national businesses. To enhance this process, the Center has developed flexible policies that allow for licensing, royalty, and equity arrangements to meet both the needs of ITTC and the company.

Commercialization Development

Companies with a technology need that can be satisfied with ITTC's resources can look to us for assistance. We can develop a relationship with interested partners that will provide for the development of a technology suited for commercialization.

ITTC Resource Access

ITTC resources, including computers and software systems, may be made available to Kansas companies in accordance with the Center's mission and applicable Regents and University policies.

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