Princeton Edge Lab 10th Conference
On May 17, 2019, an exciting conference will be held at Princeton on edge/fog computing: program and registration at http://www.edge10.princeton.eduRead More
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.
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.
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: https://www.fogworldcongress.
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.
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.
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.
Carlee Joe-Wong graduated in June 2016 and joins the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of Carnegie Mellon University as a tenure-track Assistant Professor.
Chris Brinton graduated in June 2016 and is the recipient of the Bede Liu Ph.D. Dissertation Award, given to one Ph.D. student a year in Princeton EE Department.
Mung Chiang receives the 2016 Princeton Engineering School Distinguished Teacher Award, an award given to one engineering faculty each year, for curriculum and pedagogy innovation.
Mung Chiang is scheduled to give plenary or invited talks at various venues in 2016. The one on SDP (smart data pricing) will be given at IEEE NOMS in April and UPS Distinguished Lecture at FDU in April. The one on Fog computing and networking will be given at IEEE WCNC in April, Wayne State U. Distinguished Lecture in April, IEEE 5G Summit in June, IEEE SECON in June, Asilomar Conference in November, and IEEE Globecom IoT Workshohp in December. The one on SLN (social learning networks) will be given at ICML Workshop on Machine Learning for Educational Learning in June and ASE International Conference on Data Science in August.
Open Fog Consortium, a global nonprofit industry-academia consortium, was launched at the end of 2015 with Princeton EDGE Lab as the only co-founding organization from academia. Princeton University will host its spring members meeting on campus, May 17-18.Read More
Today a coalition of technology leaders, including ARM, Cisco, Dell, Intel, Microsoft and the Princeton University Edge Laboratory have come together to form the Open Fog Consortium, a non-profit industry-academic consortium in the emergent trend of Fog Networking. Director of Princeton University Edge Laboratory and Arthur LeGrand Doty Professor of Electrical Engineering, Mung Chiang, is a co-founder and board member of the Consortium, which now opens its membership to industry and universities around the world. An overview of research opportunities in fog networking can be accessed here.Read More
Carlee Joe-Wong, a Ph.D. student of Applied Mathematics in Princeton EDGE Lab, received the 2015-16 Jacobus Fellowship, the highest honor to graduate students at Princeton University given to one student each from the humanities, social science, science and engineering every year.
In July 2015, Jiasi Chen, a PhD student at the EDGE Lab, joined the faculty at the University of California, Riverside. Aveek Dutta, a postdoc at the EDGE Lab, joined the faculty at the University of Kansas.
Princeton Entrepreneurship Council, the new organization at the university to coordinate entrepreneurship programs, is established in July 2015. PEC is chaired by Mung Chiang and reports to the Provost.
The paper “On the efficiency of social recommender networks” by Felix Wong, Zhenming Liu and Mung Chiang received the 2015 IEEE INFOCOM Best Paper Runner-Up. The paper also received the Yelp Data Challenge 2014 Grand Prize.
The Smart Data Pricing 2015 Industry Forum was held at Princeton University on April 9-10, where Paul Jacobs, Dennis Strigl and Henning Schulzrinne gave the Keynote speeches. The 2015 SDP Workshop at IEEE INFOCOM was held in Hong Kong on April 27. Dah-Ming Chiu gave the Keynote and two papers recede the Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs Best Paper in SDP.
Carlee Joe-Wong, a Ph.D. student in EDGE Lab, receives Jacobus Fellowship, an honorific fellowship provided to a small group of Ph.D. students during their last year of study at Princeton University.
The second Smart Data Pricing Industry Forum will be held on April 9-10 at Princeton University. Co-organized by Princeton, Alcatel-Lucent and Qualcomm, the Forum features three Keynotes and four sessions of invited speakers.
The first workshop on Fog Networking for 5G and IoT will be held on June 22 in Seattle as part of IEEE SECON. The paper submission deadline is April 1.
A Massive Open Online Course on Fog Networking and the Internet of Things is now open online.
Felix Wong, a fifth year PhD student at Princeton EE department, received the 2014 Grand Prize of the Yelp Data Challenge. The entry is based on the paper to appear at IEEE INFOCOM 2015: “On the Efficiency of Social Recommender Networks".
Mung Chiang is named a New Jersey CEO of the Year 2014 (Non-Profit) by the New Jersey Technology Council, for his leadership as Director of Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education and Chairman of Princeton Entrepreneurship Advisory Committee in 2014.
A Princeton EDGE Lab team consisting of Mung Chiang, Sangtae Ha (now Assistant Professor in CS, University of Colorado at Boulder), Soumya Sen (now Assistant Professor in Business School, University of Minnesota), and Carlee Joe-Wong received the 2014 INFORMS Information Science Society’s Design Science Award, for their research, prototyping, and deployment of Smart Data Pricing (SDP) in the mobile industry.
Fog Networking, an architecture that uses one or a collaborative multitude of end-user clients or near-user edge devices to carry out a substantial amount of storage, communication, computation, and network management, has its first research website launched: http://fogresearch.org/.
Princeton University’s Keller Center runs entrepreneurship and education innovation programs at the university along four directions: Learn, Create, Explore, Engage. A completely revamped website is now launched: http://kellercenter.princeton.edu
Smart Data Pricing innovates the way services are priced in mobile, broadband, cloud and IoT networks, including sponsored content and zero rating, time-, location- or congestion-dependent pricing, and application-based pricing. A website dedicated to SDP research is now updated: http://sdpresearch.org/.
The networking courses offered by the EDGE Lab as massive open online courses have had over 200,000 people around the world enrolled in 2 years. The next offering will start in mid June, 2014.
The Princeton Entrepreneurship Advisory Committee (PEAC) was formed in early 2014 to explore the vision, structures, and mechanisms of Entrepreneurship the Princeton Way. Chiang chairs the PEAC, which has launched an input-gathering website for everyone.
The first book dedicated to Smart Data Pricing (SDP) is being published by Wiley in July 2014. It consists of contributions from dozens of leading researchers across academia and industry to the area of SDP.
Vint Cerf and Robert Kahn, two of the founders of the Internet, gave a public lecture at Princeton University organized by the EDGE Lab on March 18, in conjunction with a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the creation of the TCP/IP protocol. Their lecture video can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xA6Ccg4sdXc.
Mung Chiang received a 2014 Guggenheim Fellowship. The Fellowship is in its 90th year, and is based on "prior achievement and exceptional promise,” in the three categories of Creative Art, the Humanities, and Natural and Social Sciences. Link to the list of Guggenheim Fellows: http://www.gf.org/fellows/current/.
Keith Cambron, the former President and CEO of AT&T Labs, gave the Keynote speech at the 3rd Smart Data Pricing workshop collocated with IEEE INFOCOM in Toronto, Canada, on May 2. The slides of his speech can be found here.
The Princeton Entrepreneurship Advisory Committee (PEAC) was recently formed by Provost Lee to explore the visions, structures, and mechanisms of entrepreneurship at Princeton. Chaired by Mung Chiang, PEAC consists of 20 members including faculty, staff, students, and alumni, and will be reaching out to various members of the Princeton community.
Starting March 31, 2014, Mung Chiang will become the Director of the Keller Center, which is center for programs in entrepreneurship and in education innovation on campus. The current Director of the Keller Center, Sanjeev Kulkarni, will become the Dean of Graduate School at Princeton.
On March 8, 2014, Chiang gave a public talk at the Science on Saturday lecture series, an annual event organized by the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory since 1984, on the subject of MOOC and MIIC: http://www.pppl.gov/education/science-education/programs/science-saturday-lecture-series
In a paper led by Zhenming Liu at EDGE Lab, data on MOOC's social learning networks was collected and analyzed to study the effectiveness of discussion forums at Massive Open Online Courses. It received coverage from online media including the following: MIT Technology Review, Education News, Wall Street Journal
What: Fathers of the Internet reflecting on the evolution of the Internet. (and a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the invention of TCP/IP protocol for the Internet by Cerf & Kahn in 1974.)
Who: Vinton Cerf (Chief Internet Evangelist at Google) and Robert Kahn (CEO of Corporation for National Research Initiatives), whose pioneering work on the Internet has been widely recognized by numerous awards, including the US Presidential Medal of Freedom, the US National Medal of Technology, and the ACM Turing Award, will together give a public duet lecture on “Perspectives on the Internet and its Evolution.”
When: March 12, 2014. 4:30-5:30pm. Seating starts at 4pm.
Where: Princeton University, Friend Center Auditorium 101.
Details: This is an open lecture to general public. No fee or ticket required. Seating available on first-come-first-served basis, and starts at 4pm. More information (including directions) on website.
The National Information Technology R&D group's report on Complex Engineered Networks, co-edited by Chiang, has been released. [pdf]
Every other year in the past 10 years, a track of invited sessions is organized as part of the Conference on Information Science and Systems at Princeton University. This year it will be held March 19-21 with a track of four invited sessions on Communication Network Optimization, Energy Network Optimization, Social Network Optimization, and Network Pricing Optimization.
"Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes" is offered as a Massive Open Online Course again this Fall semester: www.network20q.com. The course also features MIIC: Mobile, Integrated and Individualized Course mobile app.
Chiang is giving a speech on education information technology: "From MOOC to MIIC" at the 43rd Annual Frontiers in Education Conference where he will also receive the Terman Award from the American Society of Engineering Education.
DataMi, a Smart Data Pricing (SDP) project originating from the Princeton EDGE Lab, closed the first round of financing from a venture fund, and is spun out as a startup company headquartered in Princeton. In addition, undergraduate projects from the Virtual Elevator event in 2012 have moved on to become startup companies, including SONAR for location tracking and DUMA for job matching in developing countries.
The Princeton EDGE Lab is expanded to Phase II, with an additional lab space where all wireless equipments are housed, including the recently acquired Azimuth MIMO channel emulator, Faraday chamber, WARP third generation, and white space equipment.
Soumya Sen, a postdoc at Princeton EDGE Lab, joined the faculty in the Information Systems Department of the Business School at the University of Minnesota, starting June 2013. Soumya worked on SDP and cloud at EDGE Lab.
The new textbook: Networks Illustrated: 8 Principles without Calculus, coauthored by Chris Brinton (PhD student in EDGE Lab) and Mung Chiang, is ranking Number 1 among Networking books on Amazon during the first week of July 2013, and reached Top 5 of all Computer and Technology books on Kindle. The new textbook is inspired by MOOC teaching, and reaches out to anyone interested in networking principles without any background in math or in programming.
Mung Chiang is named the Arthur LeGrand Doty Professor of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University starting July 2013. The Doty chair professorship was established in 1938, and the last holder of the Doty Professorship, from 1986 to 2010, was Daniel Tsui, the Nobel Laureate in Physics in 1998.
A paper coauthored by Mung Chiang, his former postdoc Yung Yi (currently an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at KAIST, Korea), and collaborators at Rice University, received 2013 IEEE SECON Best Paper Award. IEEE SECON is a premier conference in the areas of sensor and wireless networking, with an acceptance rate under 20%. The paper is entitled: "Making 802.11 DCF Near-Optimal: Design, Implementation, and Evaluation."
Chiang is selected for the 2013 Frederick Emmons Terman Award, an annual award given by the American Society of Engineering Education for contributions to education innovation including engineering textbooks.
A new free online course "Networks Illustrated: Principles without Calculus" is being offered for the first time as a short summer MOOC: https://www.coursera.org/course/ni. The corresponding textbook will become available on Amazon in late June 2013.
In May 2013, the Princeton EDGE Lab hosted the 2nd biannual open house, with participants from 30 different organizations and a full day program of presentations, demos, keynotes, and industry-academia panel. The videos are available at http://scenic.princeton.edu/openhouse2013/.
DataMi, the network traffic management and Smart Data Pricing (SDP) project from Princeton EDGE Lab, receives the Princeton Intellectual Property Acceleration Fund to translate fundamental research into commercial deployment and societal impact.
Mung Chiang gives a talk at the annual training of Association of University Research Parks on "Why is University Entrepreneurship Hard?", a presentation at FCC Technology Transition Workshop on "Wireless Network Evolution", and joins a panel at ASU-GSV annual Education Innovation Summit on "From MOOC to MOOE".
On Valentine's Day 2013, we unveiled the first-ever Integrated and Individualized BookApp (IIB).
Books have forever been following essentially the same format, even with eBooks, bookmarks, animations, and finger gestures. But shouldn't a book, in the form of a tablet app, learn how you learn and adapt accordingly? Shouldn't such a book app integrate a MOOC and remove the boundary between online learning and textbooks?
That's exactly what IIB does. It Integrates video, quiz, feedback, and social learning into the textbook (that's one "I") and adapts both the content and presentation of the chapter based on your Individualized learning need (that's another "I"). In fact, we cannot even call it "a" book anymore, as different people will actually be reading different versions of the book.
We're excited to announce that the first IIB, Chapter 3 of our textbook Network 20Q, is launching on February 14, 2013, as a free app to 100 students around the world.
The textbook "Networked Life: 20 Questions and Answers", which was developed together with the new Princeton undergraduate course "Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes" www.network20q.com and published by Cambridge University Press in September 2012, follows a Just-In-Time and interdisciplinary approach by asking 20 practical questions about the social, economic, and technological networks people use today. It is announced as the recipient of the 2012 PROSE Award in Engineering and Technology by the Association of American Publishers:
We're excited to launch the new (free and nonprofit) online learning platform 3 Nights and Done (3ND) on 2013.1.31.
Four of these 3-nighters have been released now, and in coming weeks we'll be releasing new 3-nighters on Thursdays. While new content are being created, new features for learning will be continuously added to 3ND platform too.
Between semester-long college courses and 15-min TED talks, there is a space that 3ND is filling with fun learning experience. Dive in this weekend, or any day or night, to the 3ND site:
and 3 hours later you'll say to yourself: "I learned something interesting!" before you get to say "This is too much for me."
Enjoy learning. 3 Nights at a time.
Chiang gave the luncheon keynote at the annual Regional Commercialization Conference organized by New Jersey Technology Council on December 6, 2012, on the topic of "University Entrepreneurship":http://www.njtc.org/events/comm12/home.html.
The Princeton EDGE Lab is co-organizing with Alcatel Lucent Bell Labs the Smart Data-Pricing (SDP) Workshop as part of the IEEE INFOCOM conference on April 19 in Turin, Italy: http://infocom.di.unimi.it/index.php/sdpwksp.html
The submission deadline is December 14.
The inter-disciplinary, just-in-time style undergrad course on networking has been offered as a massive open online course and its Princeton version seen the classroom flipped:
Chiang will speak at the major mobile tradeshow event in November to discuss Smart Data Pricing (SDP).
As part of the DataMi Project (www.datami.com), the consumer app DataWiz was launched on both iOS app store and Google Play (please add the two links here). As a Personal Bandwidth Assistant, it helps consumers manage their mobile data consumption. Its features are widely reported.
The iOS app has been downloaded over 50,000 times within two weeks and reached at the peak number 6 among all the free finance apps.
Chiang co-chairs the National Information Technology Research and Development (NITRD), a program under the U.S. National Science and Technology Council, workshop on Complex Engineered Networks, held on September 20-21 in Washington DC. This invitation-based event drew about 20 participants from all federal funding agencies in the networking field, 20 from the networking industry, and 20 from academia: http://scenic.princeton.edu/NITRD-Workshop A report is being written based on the event.
The undergraduate course "Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes" created by Mung Chiang is offered as an open online course in Fall 2012: https://www.coursera.org/course/friendsmoneybytes
Over 42,000 people worldwide have signed up for the course:http://www.dailyprincetonian.com/2012/09/17/31126/
The lecture videos are also on YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/Network20Q
Friend us at www.facebook.com/mung.chiang.5
Follow us @network20q
And check out the blogs on www.network20q.com
Mung Chiang talked about the wireless spectrum crunch, Jobs' inequality of capacity, and smart data-pricing at the Research Summit by New York City Media Lab on September 12.
"Networked Life: 20 Questions and Answers" by Mung Chiang has been published by Cambridge University Press in August 2012: http://www.amazon.com/Networked-Life-20-Questions-Answers/dp/1107024943 This is an undergraduate textbook on social, economic, and technological networks. At the time of its release, it became a bestseller both in Engineering and in Networking on Amazon.
Dr. Sangtae Ha, the Associate Director of the Princeton EDGE Lab, has been elevated to be a Senior Member of the IEEE.
Princeton EDGE Lab is organizing and hosting the first Smart Data Pricing (SDP) Forum at Princeton University July 30-31. This event brings together industry leaders from major ISPs, content providers, and vendors in the U.S., as well as academic research pioneers from around the world, to discuss solutions to capacity crunch in mobile and broadband industries through pricing innovations. Whitepapers, industry standard drafts, and an edited volume will be published based on the Forum. This is part of the many community event across industry-academia-government in the field of Smart Data Pricing.
In 2012, EDGE Lab publications explore a few venues for the first time, including ACM Sigcomm, ACM Mobicom, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, ACM WOSN, and USENIX WebApps. Several of these papers include:
S. Ha, S. Sen, C. Joe-Wong, Y. Im, and M. Chiang, "TUBE: Time-dependent pricing for mobile data," Proc. ACM Sigcomm, August 2012.
E. Aryafar, M. Khojastepour, K. Sundare, S. Rangarajan, and M. Chiang, "MIDU: Enabling MIMO full duplex," Proc. ACM Mobicom, August 2012.
H. Inaltekin, M. Chiang, and H. V. Poor, "Delay of social search on small world graphs," Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 2012.
F. M. F. Wong, S. Sen, and M. Chiang, "Why watching movie tweets won't tell the whole story," Proc. ACM Sigcomm Workshop on Online Social Networks, 2012.
Chiang talks about Smart Data Pricing at the panel at the Mobile App Forum organized by New Jersey Technology Council on June 14. A related news article can be found at: http://princetoninfo.com/index.php?option=com_us1more&Itemid=6&key=6-13-12mobile
The new undergraduate course at Princeton: ELE 381/COS 381: Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes, will be on the free open access platform coursera in September 2012. Anyone can sign up for free here: https://www.coursera.org/course/friendsmoneybytes
An EDGE Lab paper received the 2012 IEEE INFOCOM Best Paper Award: C. Joe-Wong, S. Sen, T. Lan, and M. Chiang, "Multi-resource allocation: Fairness-efficiency tradeoff in a unifying framework"
Wall Street Journal, Technology Review, Mashable, The Register (UK), Wall Street Cheat Sheet, MediaBistro,Business Insider, Heidi Cohen, ACM Tech News, Yahoo, NowPublic, Liquid Newsroom, RealClearScience,MarketingVOX, Lead Generation Formula, DzMind, Cinema Stars, Politico
Continuing a tradition that started in 2006, a track of 3 days of invited sessions on Optimization of Networks will be included in the program of Conference on Information Sciences and Systems, held every other year in spring at Princeton University. This year's track consists of 34 invited talks by leading experts in the field from both academia and industry around the world, organized into six sessions: Network Optimization Foundations, Wireline Network Optimization, Wireless Network Optimization, Economic Network Optimization, Social Network Optimization, and Energy Network Optimization.
Chiang is selected as one of the IEEE Communications Society's Distinguished Lecturers for 2012-2013.
Chiang is selected as one of the IEEE Communications Society's Distinguished Lecturers for 2012-2013.
According to Microsoft Academic citaton database, over the last 5 years, in the field of networking and communications worldwide, Chiang is ranked number 1 by all three mectrics: citation count , H index , and G index.
EDGE Lab receives NSF grant in the NeTS Program for 2011-2014. The project is on Internet and wireless network access pricing innovation, from new mathematical foundation to prototype implementation, and from empirical data analysis to industry adoption and trials.
A new undergraduate course has started at Princeton in September 2011: ELE381: "Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes". The course innovates on the material of networking fundamentals, the pedagogical approach of Just In Time, and the course experience through online social networking. All course materials and student generated contents are posted at www.network20q.com. Follow @network20q to receive update tweets.
EDGE Lab's Internet pricing innovation, TUBE project will be featured in both the panel discussion and an exhibition booth at the annual EXPO of the US National Exchange Carrier Association in Chicago from Sept. 12 to 14, 2011.
The IEEE has announced the winners of the 2012 IEEE Awards. Mung Chiang is awarded the IEEE Kiyo Tomiyasu Award, with the citation: "For demonstrating the practicality of a new theoretical foundation for the analysis and design of communication networks". The award's medal will be presented at IEEE INFOCOM in Orlando, Florida in March 2012.
HP awards a two-year funding to Chiang and Rexford's joint work on traffic management in large scale data center that enables scalable cloud services.
Intel awards a one-year funding to the EDGE Lab to study interference management architectures and optimization algorithms in cellular, WiFi, and femto wireless networks.
Suppose you need to decide on a time to host a meeting with 50 persons. Not every person has to attend, but you have to take into account each person's availability at the different meeting time choices, and if he/she is available at a certain time, whether he/she prefers it. The Schedule Optimizer, developed in-house by Princeton EDGE Lab, aims to help you find the best time by balancing various constraints and objectives.
The research and education activities of Princeton EDGE Lab are recently presented at a feature article in Princeton E Quad News: http://www.princeton.edu/engineering/news/archive/?id=5103
EDGE Lab is pleased to enter into a new research program with SES http://www.ses.com the world's largest satellite networking company: "How Can 42 Satellite Nodes Help 4 Billion IP Nodes on Earth". SES is the 12th external funding sponsor to the EDGE Lab.
The Time-dependent Usage-based Broadband-price Engineering project from the Princeton EDGE Lab: http://scenic.princeton.edu/tube is awarded as a finalist in the Vodafone Wireless Innovation Competition 2011.
The Princeton EDGE Lab joins a Lockheed Martin lead team in winning a 5-year large program by DARPA in reinventing the way RF systems in wireless networks is learned and used.
Chiang joins the plenary panel at IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 on 'Multimedia Communication and Networking'. The talk "Massive Multimedia: Bridging the Gaps" can be downloaded here.
The 9th International Symposium on Modeling and Optimization of Mobile, Ad Hoc and Wireless Networks (WiOpt) will be held at Princeton during May 9-13, 2011, together with 5 associated workshops. The General Chairs are Mung Chiang, Merouane Debbah, and Vince Poor:
At the 2010 Southern California Symposium on Network Economics and Game Theory, Chiang delivers a plenary talk on "Pricing Internet Access: How to Engineer Your Monthly Bill":
At the 10th International Symposium on Optimization and Modeling (MOPTA), held at Lehigh University this month, Chiang gave one of the plenary talks, entitled "Optimization in Networking":
Tian Lan, a graduate student in the lab, just received his Ph.D. and is joining the faculty of George Washington University this month as a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Electrical Engineering. Tian worked on network security, simplicity-driven design, and axiomatic theory of fairness during his Ph.D. study.
In the following article by Technology Review Magazine, Chiang was interviewed about the recent proposal by Google-Verizon on network neutrality:
At the Telcordia Strategic Research Review Meeting 2010, Chiang delivers a keynote address on "Optimization in Networking":
The Simon Stevin Lecture of Optimization in Engineering was established at K. U. Leuven, Belgium, honoring the Flemish mathematician and engineer. Mung Chiang delivers the lecture "Optimization in Networking" on July 15, 2010.
A multi-university, inter-disciplinary team including the Princeton EDGE Lab receives the Army Research Office MURI grant for the proposal entitled "Measuring, Understanding, and Responding to Covert Social Networks". This is a 5-year project on analytic methodology and empirical data in the study of tomography of social networks of asymmetric adversaries.
A multi-university team including the Princeton EDGE Lab receives an NSF grant in the Networking Technologies and Systems program for the proposal entitled "Architecting Manageable Interference for Next Generation Wireless Networks". This is a 5-year project on interference mitigation, management, and exploitation in wireless networks.
An inter-disciplinary team including the Princeton EDGE Lab receives a Google University Research Grant for the proposal entitled "Rethinking Wide Area Traffic Management". This project combines theory and implementation of optimization-based traffic engineering and congestion control in the Internet.
Joint Whitepaper with NECA on National Broadband Plan Released
Press Release June 1, 2010
NECA-Princeton EDGE Lab Whitepaper on National Broadband Plan
A team of researchers across EE and CS departments at Princeton (Martonosi, Chiang, Rexford, Freedman) receives a grant from Google on optimizing for performance-energy tradeoffs in large scale data-centers.
The Princeton EDGE Lab researchers received two Best Paper Awards at IEEE Globecom Conference 2009 (seeGlobecom 2009 webpage for the complete information)
Best Paper Award in Communications and Information Security Symposium:
Tian Lan, Ruby Lee, and Mung Chiang, "Multi-path Key Establishment Against REM Attacks in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks", Proceedings of IEEE Globecom, Hawaii, December 2009
Best Paper Award in Next-Generation Networking and Internet Symposium:
Aliye Ozge Kaya, Mung Chiang, and Wade Trappe, "P2P-ISP Cooperation: Risks and Mitigation in Multiple-ISP Networks", Proceedings of IEEE Globecom, Hawaii, December 2009
In an informal event, Chiang’s research group together with some of the alumni and local industry sponsors got together on November 8, 2009 and kicked off the EDGE Lab with a half day research workshop. Some of the slides can be found below:
Opening of the EDGE Lab (Mung Chiang)
Load Spillage Power Control (Prashanth Hande)
P2P Global Streaming (Joe Jiang)
Sharing Mart Social Network (Hazer Inaltekin)
Utility Optimal CSMA (Mung Chiang on behalf of Yung Yi)
Future Plans: Part I (Hongseok Kim)
Future Plans: Part II (Sangtae Ha)