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. LERIS also has associated researchers working on software engineering and user experience topics (for more information access UXLeris webpage). 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
In case of doubt, please enter our Discord Server and have a conversation with our LERIS team: https://discord.gg/wzcuQKE7.
- Paper accepted at ACM Sigmetrics 2023The paper Network Monitoring on Multi-Pipe Switches was accepted to appear at Sigmetrics 2023. The work was done jointly with Marco Chiesa (KTH) during and after Prof. Fábio Verdi post-doc
- New PhD defenseAndre Beltrami defended his PhD thesis entitled “Slice Elasticity Architecture (SEA): Definition, Implementation and Integration”. Thanks for the jury: Cristiano Both, Rodolfo Villaça, Luiz Bittencourt and Paulo Matias.
- Undergraduate student at LERIS got a FAPESP scholarship. Congrats to Mateus.The undergraduate student Mateus Bragatto got a FAPESP scholarship for one year. Mateus will investigate the usage of In-band Network Telemetry (INT) to collect metrics from multiple logical queues in
- The Ph.D. student Leandro received the IFIP travel award at CNSM 2022.The Student Travel Grants (STG) by IFIP goes to Leandro Almeida, speaker of the full paper: “iRED: Improving the DASH QoS by dropping packets in programmable data planes” at the
- 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.