NETMIT is Networks at MIT group. NETMIT is part of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab. In Netmit, we work on building new protocols and architectures that improve the robustness and performance of computer networks. We also work on wireless networks, network security, traffic engineering, congestion control, and routing. We draw on advanced mathematical models to deliver practical network solutions, and have a particular interest in adapting tools from various fields of applied mathematics such as control theory, coding theory, and machine learning to solve problems in computer networks.

Dina Katabi, director of NETMIT, has been named a MacArthur Fellow. Read more about it here.

Check out our papers accepted in SIGCOMM'13:
  • See Through Walls with Wi-Fi! Fadel Adib and Dina Katabi. Check out the Project Website.

  • Dude, Where’s My Card? RFID Positioning That Works with Multipath and Non-Line of Sight. Jue Wang and Dina Katabi.

  • A Cross-Layer Design for Wireless Software Defined Networks. Swarun Kumar, Diego Cifuentes, Shyam Gollakota, Dina Katabi.

  • Dina Katabi, director of NETMIT, won the ACM Grace Murray Hopper Award for advances in network efficiency. Read more about it here.

    Our Sparse FFT algorithm was chosen by the Technology Review as one of the 10 emerging technologies in 2012 (see link ). Project Webpage.

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