The Network Architectures and Services Group
NAS educates and conducts research in the broad area of complex networks, ranging from man-made infrastructures such as data communications and energy networks, to biological, brain, social and financial networks. The emphasis lies on understanding network characteristics as well as the processes running on top of the network.
NAS participates in the Bachelor's program of Electrical Engineering and in the following Master Programs of Delft University of Technology:
- Master of Science (MSc) in Computer Science
- Master of Science (MSc) in Telecommunications
- Master of Science (MSc) in Computer Engineering
- Master of Science (MSc) in Embedded System
- 14.09.23: We congratulate Ivan Jokic on receiving his PhD degree. His thesis is available here: Complex networks: topology, spectrum and linear processes.
- 28.07.23: The Dutch NetSci Summer Symposium will take place at TU Delft on 30-31 August 2023. For more information see here.
- 28.07.23: The second edition of the "Graph Spectra for Complex Networks" book will appear in September 2023. See here.
- 19.06.23: On 15 June 2023, Prof.dr.ir. Rob Kooij gave a presentation with title "From Quantum Technologies to hardcore Graph Theory" for the QCE department in TU Delft. The slides of the presentation can be found here.
- 14.03.2023: NAS is proud to announce that dr. Siyu Tang (NAS Alumni PhD student) received the first place of the Innovation Pioneer award issued by Huawei’s Central Research Institute in 2022, for her work of a light-weight asynchronous traffic scheduler on large-scale deterministic networks.
Siyu Tang received the Riemann Team Award from Huawei Munich Research Center in 2023 for her consistent work in leading the design of low-latency and high-reliable industrial and enterprise networks.