Chiang becomes Purdue Dean

On July 1, 2017, Mung Chiang joined Purdue University as the John A. Edwardson Dean of the College of Engineering. Purdue Engineering is one of the largest in the nation and has always ranked in the top 10. He is also the Roscoe H. George Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue and maintains a visiting appointment at Princeton.

Mittal joins Princeton EDGE Lab

Prateek Mittal, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University and a renowned expert in network security and privacy, has joined the Princeton EDGE Lab. He is now the Principal Investigator of EDGE Lab facilities and co-advises multiple postdocs and students in the lab. 

Fog World Congress

The inaugural Fog World Congress, jointly organized by OpenFog Consortium, where Princeton EDGE Lab is a founding board member, and IEEE, will be held in Santa Clara, California, during Oct. 30 — Nov. 1, 2017:

EDGE Lab Co-Chairs OpenFog Groups

At the annual election of OpenFog Consortium, members and alumni of Princeton EDGE Lab were voted to co-chair various Work Groups with colleagues from industry and universities around the world. Professor Sangtae Ha of University of Colorado co-chairs the Software Infrastructure Work Group. Dr. Maria Gorlatova co-chairs the Communications Work Group. Dr. Jaeyoon Chung co-chairs the Testbed Work Group.

Power of Networks Published

Dr. Chris Brinton and Professor Mung Chiang's book, "Power of Networks: Six Principles that Connect our Lives," was published by Princeton University Press in November 2016. This book provides easily acessible stories on the way that technological, economic and social networks work. It also contains interviews with leaders of networking industry: Vint Cerf, Bob Kahn, Eric Schmidt and Dennis Strigl. More information on the book site.

Chiang Co-Chairs Edge/Fog Conferences

Two major conferences are launching in the field of edge/fog computing/networking. Mung Chiang will co-chair the 2017 Fog World Congress technical program committee and the 2017 IEEE/ACM Symposium on Edge Computing.