The Networked Systems Group (NSG) is a research group in the Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (D-ITET) at ETH Zürich led by Prof. Laurent Vanbever.
Our research interests are centered around complex network management problems, with the larger goal of making current and future networks easier to design, understand and operate. We are currently active in multiple areas including network programmability, data-driven networking, verification, routing, and security. Most of our projects are inherently multidisciplinary and tend to involve recent advances in programming languages, algorithmics, and machine learning.
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Our DIMVA paper "Unsupervised Detection of APT C&C Channels using Web Request Graphs" was covered by swissinfo.ch: "Switzerland boosts cyber defences as attacks escalate"
Accepted as a demo at SIGCOMM 2017
Aaron Gember-Jacobson, Costin Raiciu, Laurent Vanbever
ACM HotNets 2017. Palo Alto, California, USA (November 2017).
ACM SIGCOMM 2017. Los Angeles, California, USA (August 2017).
CAV 2017. Heidelberg, Germany (July 2017).
Pavlos Lamprakis, Ruggiero Dargenio, David Gugelmann, Vincent Lenders, Markus Happe, Laurent Vanbever
DIMVA 2017. Bonn, Germany (July 2017).
Stefano Vissicchio, Laurent Vanbever, Luca Cittadini, Geoffrey G. Xie, Olivier Bonaventure
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking. Volume 25, Issue 3, pp. 1649-1662 (June 2017).