LERIS – Laboratory of Studies in Networks, Innovation and Software is a research laboratory inside of  Department of Computer Science at Federal University of São Carlos – Sorocaba, Brazil (UFSCar).

LERIS is located in the city of Sorocaba, 90 km from both São Paulo (the capital) and Campinas. LERIS consists of a group of highly motivated researchers working with networking, cloud computing, dataplane programmability, 5G&6G, and Machine Learning. The lab is always involved in projects funded by national and international agencies as well as great companies.

The research projects are inserted in areas of innovation, computer networks and software engineering. LERIS researchers work for approximating the academic research to practical problems. FAPESP, CNPq and the partnership with the industry are the LERIS projects’ sponsors.

The main areas of research:

  • Dataplane programmability (eg. P4), in-network monitoring, in-network computing
  • Internet Routing, Mobility and Next Generation Internet Architectures
  • Data Center, Cloud Computing and Green Computing

The following research topics are inside the UX LERIS.

  • Software Engineering: Software Reuse, Software Quality, Web and Mobile Development
  • User Experience and User-Centered Design
  • e-Learning

Latest News

  • New demo accepted!
    The demonstration entitled Improving the DASH QoS by dropping packets in programmable data planes was accepted for presentation at IEEE Global Communications Conference 2022. Congrats to the LERIS team.
  • One more master thesis defended!
    Today, Gustavo Venancio defended his master thesis whose title is: InFaRR: An algorithm for fast re-routing in programmable data planes. Congrats to Gustavo and thanks to the Jury, Profa. Yeda

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  • LERIS PhD student at University of Amsterdam
    The PhD student Leandro will spend 8 months at the University of Amsterdam in the Multiscale Networked System group under the supervision of Profa. Chrysa Papagianni.
  • New paper accepted!
    Congrats to @Leandro (PhD student) for having his work accepted at IEEE CNSM 2022.