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Lab for Intelligent Networking and Computing

Welcome to the Lab for Intelligent Networking and Computing (LINC)! Founded in 2015, LINC is a research laboratory in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the George Washington University.

Our research seeks to address grand challenges in the modeling, analysis, and design of intelligent networks and computing systems including uncertainty, scalability, security, nonconvexity, uncertainty, and cost. Current research projects span from manycore architectures and debugging to data center and optical networking, and from cloud/edge computing optimization to integrated reasoning engine and cyber security, with the ultimate goal of enabling intelligent systems that not only optimize and adapt to changes, but also continuously improve in a collaborative and evolving environment. Working together with our academia and industry collaborators, we amplify LINC’s impact through education, innovations,and technology transfer.

Please take a look at our current research projects and publications to learn more about our work, or visit our team page to learn more about who we are.

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