As part of a broader organisational restructure, data networking research at Swinburne University of Technology has moved from the Centre for Advanced Internet Architecture (CAIA) to the Internet For Things (I4T) Research Lab.

Although CAIA no longer exists, this website reflects CAIA's activities and outputs between March 2002 and February 2017, and is being maintained as a service to the broader data networking research community.

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Professor Grenville Armitage

Tel:+61 3 9214 8373
Email
: garmitage@swin.edu.au
Position:
  • Head, Internet For Things (I4T) Research Lab and Research Leader, Network Performance and Measurement
Qualifications: B.E. (Elec)(Hons), University of Melbourne, 1988. PhD, University of Melbourne, 1994.

Publications: Local list, DBLP entries, Swinburne's Research Bank

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Personal websites: http://gja.space4me.com and http://grenville.wordpress.com(note that Swinburne University of Technology does not control personal websites)

Short Bio: here

Advice for prospective PhD students: I am looking for new PhD students - please read my projects and general advice page before contacting me.

Research interestsIndustry ExperienceResearch Community ActivitiesTeaching/Supervision

Research interests:
  • Internet For Things (I4T): Engineering the Internet to become a unified, resilient and reliable communications platform for billions of humans and orders of magnitude more devices embedded in our built environments.
  • Anything to do with IP network infrastructure (such as performance, cybersecurity, scalability, resilience and monitoring) that ultimately impacts on an end-user's experience of 'the internet'
  • Implementing and experimentally evaluating IP transport protocols and their collateral impact on real-time services
  • Fast-paced, multiplayer online games and their interactions with the underlying IP network infrastructure 
  • Immersive tools for real-time visualisation of IP network conditions and collaborative inquiry/control of network devices
  • Minimally-intrusive IP traffic clasification schemes and network monitoring (for various purposes)
  • Covert channels over IP networks - construction, evaluation and detection 
  • Improving the energy efficiency of IP networking
  • Network layer spam mitigation
  • Mobile networks and the implications of networks with more bandwidth around the edge than in the core
  

Last Updated: Wednesday 5-Apr-2017 10:47:49 EST | Maintained by: Grenville Armitage (garmitage@swin.edu.au) | Authorised by: Grenville Armitage (garmitage@swin.edu.au)