SDN Research Centre

Software Defined Networking opens up the network - allowing networks to be "programmed" by network operators and researchers rather than network equipment manufacturers. We are developing network applications to speed up eScience discovery, respond dynamically to security threats and improve the reliability and performance of BGP routing, as well as develop analytical and formal models to allow potential network bottlenecks and failures to be identified and corrected prior to deployment.

COME JOIN US! We are always looking for enthusiastic people to work with us either as collaborators or by joining the lab as interns or postgraduate students. You can find out more on our working with us page.

We have MULTIPLE full-time Master of Engineering (ME) fully funded domestic scholarships (covering the cost of domestic tuition fees plus providing a 1-year living allowance of NZ$20,000) to excellent candidates to work on our projects.

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