Welcome to the Network Science and Engineering Group (NetSE group)) at Kansas State University!
This group (formerly Sunflower Networking Group) is comprised of three faculty members and several students of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department who perform research related to networks. NetSE aims at conducting fundamental research in cutting-edge network theory problems, and at developing optimal solutions to state-of-the-art real-world problems in the computer networks field. General areas of interest include network theory, complex networks modeling and analysis, as well as computer network design and optimization.
Haotian and Xin presenting their research at 21st GENI Engineering Conference (GEC21) on the IU Bloomington campus October 20-23, 2014 to alumnus Dr. Ali Sydney.
GRA Positions in Network Science and Engineering
The NetSE Group has openings for several strongly motivated PhD students in the field of network science with applications to biological and social networks, under the supervision of Prof. Caterina Scoglio.
Preference will be given to those who: 1. Have strong math background and programming skills. 2. Have research interests and experience in nonlinear dynamics, control theory, graph theory, stochastic processes. 3. Hold an M.S. degree in related programs.
Please email a copy of your CV/resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
• Students may need scores of TOEFL (Test Of English as a Foreign Language) and GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) to be accepted to graduate school.
- Projects & Publications
- EpiModeling Software
- SNG Pictures