Welcome to the Computer and Networking Systems (CNS) Lab at George Mason University

The CNSLab@Mason performs research in a variety of network and system areas including ad hoc networks, autonomic computing, capacity planning, cloud computing, computer networks, computer-supported cooperative work, cyber-physical systems, cybersecurity, distributed multimedia systems, distributed software architecture and middleware, distributed systems, dynamic reconfiguration, fault-tolerance, high performance computing, Internet Content Delivery Systems, Internet measurement and modeling, Internet of Things, Internet security, mobile computing and communications, multimedia databases and video-on-demand systems, operating systems and system security, peer-to-peer computing, performance modeling and simulation, power-aware computing, security of core Internet protocols, real-time systems, scalability and reliability of Web Services and E-commerce sites, software performance engineering, storage and I/O systems, ubiquitous computing, and wireless sensing and wireless networks.


29th October 2019

Uma Takamalla, a PhD student of Dr. Daniel A. Menasce, successfully defended her dissertation “FogQN-AC: Autonomic Resource Management using Analytic Models for Fog/Cloud Computing”

31st July 2019

Uma Tadakamalla presented the paper “Characterization of IoT Workloads,” by U. Tadakamalla and D.A. Menasce at the 2019 Intl. Conf. Edge Computing (EDGE 2019), June 25-30, 2019, San Diego, CA, Springer LNCS Vol. 11520, pp. 1-15.

11th July 2019

D.A. Menasce presented the paper ``Autonomic Resource Management using Analytic Models for Fog/Cloud Computing,” by U. Tadakamalla and D.A. Menasce at the IEEE Intl. Conf. Fog. Computing (ICFC), Prague, Czech Republic, June 24-26, 2019.

7th June 2019

Parth Pathak and Ljiljana Simić (RWTH Aachen, Germany) are organizing the 3rd Workshop on Millimeter-wave Networks and Sensing Systems (mmNets '19), co-located with ACM MobiCom 2019.

9th May 2019

Professor Daniel Menasce gave the keynote address “Taming Complexity with Self-Managing Systems” at the joint 21st International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS) and the 14th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering (ENASE) in Heraklion, Crete, Greece, on May 5th, 2019

26th April 2019

New website for CNSLab at Mason launched

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CNS Lab acknowledges the generous support from the following agencies