Networks and communications

Networks and communications

Networks are naturally embedded in biological, chemical, physical and digital systems, as well as the economy, social relationships and many human-made complex structures like the internet.

What is involved?

Research into networks and the understanding and processing of their surrounding environments has a strong foundation in mathematical and computing sciences.

This theme encompasses research into the computational foundations of economics/game theory and economic theory in computer science.

Most of the activities in networks and communications are brought together with NeST - Network Science and Technologies, a new initiative to help establish a well-founded and vibrant environment that provides a vehicle for stimulating applications of foundational research in network sciences and technologies.

More activities that fall under networks and communication research encompass areas of our own research in the school:

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