The Advanced Networking Laboratory (ANLAB) at KAIST engages in three broadly grouped research areas: measurement and infrastructure building for emerging media, social networking services, and future Internet design. We seek to address fundamental rules that govern today's Internet and are to govern future Internet, if ever built, through solid experimental and theoretical research.

We recognize the importance of collaboration due to ever-expanding reaches of computer science disciplines, and work actively with researchers within and outside KAIST and abroad. We encourage PhD students to work abroad during their PhD programs. In the past students from our group have worked as interns and visitors at DIMACS (Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science) , AT&T Labs, Inc. - Research , Intel Research Cambridge, Microsoft Research Cambridge , Telefonica Research - Barcelona , and SysNet group at the University of California, San Diego.

Our group is led by Professor Sue Moon and is supported by Oksil Kim in administration. We have three major grants for the three main areas listed above and other sources of funding from both the government and the industry.

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