Research > Networked & Distributed Systems
The research on networked systems at Caltech takes a broad, interdisciplinary view on the topic. We focus not only on traditional communication networks and distributed systems (e.g., network protocol design, cloud computing, data centers, multi-agent systems), but also on the control and dynamics of networked systems in applications ranging from power/energy to economics to social contexts. Our work strives for rigor and relevance, and thus our faculty and students both do fundamental, mathematical work and build systems and prototypes.
Aaron Ames, Jehoshua (Shuki) Bruck, K. Mani Chandy, John Doyle, Michelle Effros, Matt Elliot, Babak Hassibi, Gerard Holzmann, John Ledyard, Steven Low, Katrina Ligett, Richard Murray, Leeat Yariv, Adam Wierman
Recent Research Talks
ISL Colloquium - Babak Hassibi 10/25/12
Algorithmic Challenges for Greening Data Centers - Adam Wierman
Optimal Demand Response and Power Flow - Steven Low 4/6/12
Event Processing: Designing IT Systems for Agile Companies - K. Mani Chandy 11/13/09
CS 24. Introduction to Computing Systems.
CDS 112. Control System Design.
EE/Ma/CS 126 ab. Information Theory.
EE/Ma/CS 127. Error-Correcting Codes.
Ec/CS 133. Electricity Markets.
EE/CS/EST 135. Power System Analysis.
CS 142. Distributed Computing.
CS/EE 143. Communication Networks.
CS/EE/CMS 144. Networks: Structure & Economics.
CS/EE 145. Projects in Networking.
CS/EE 146. Advanced Networking.
CS/EE 147. Network Performance Analysis.
SS/CS 149. Introduction to Algorithmic Economics.
CS/SS 152. Introduction to Data Privacy.
CDS 212. Introduction to Modern Control.
CDS 213. Robust Control.
SS/CS 241. Advanced Algorithmic Economics.