We seek to address fundamental rules that govern today's Internet and are to govern future Internet.
The Advanced Networking Laboratory engages in high-speed networking research
Reusable networking stack
Networking stacks are undergoing dramatic change in order to deliver 10Gbps and 40Gbps out of a single server. Yet, they are reinvented per new high-speed NIC and its SDK. We envision a new abstraction that will keep the core functions intact but let programmers focus on the shim layers for adaptation to new networking technologies. We are building a reusable networking stack in Rust and our goal is to demonstrate competitive performance to existing C/C++ implementations.
Networking system support for disaggregated datacenters
Datacenters are morphing from racks of commodity servers to pools of CPUs, GPUs, memory, and storage. We are investigating networking and distributed systems issues in datacenters.
In the past decade or so, we have conducted a wide range of online social media analysis. At the moment, we are conducting a text evaluation project. Qualitative evaluation of Korean writing has a broad spectrum of applications, but there is no well-established formal model. Based on K-12 textbooks, we are building a classifier system that assigns K-12 grades to sentences and paragraphs.
Our research is not limited to only the above. If you have fun and wild ideas, just drop by and let’s chat!
For newcomer MS students in 2024 Fall
If you are interested in our group, contact sbmoon (at) kaist.ac.kr (Prof. Sue Moon) or contact (at) an.kaist.ac.kr (student representative).
2024년 가을학기 석사 신입생 중 우리 연구실에 관심있으신 분은 sbmoon (at) kaist.ac.kr (문수복 교수님) 또는 contact (at) an.kaist.ac.kr (학생 대표) 로 연락주세요.