The Archipelago Project

Overview:

The Archipelago Project investigates efficient ways to form a secure extended ad-hoc network of laptops, handhelds, and other wireless capable devices, and bridge it to the Internet. Our research encompasses scalable routing, security, and energy efficiency in pure peer-to-peer mobile ad-hoc networks, mobile multi-hop infrastructure access networks, and sensor networks.

News

8/19/2005 The final version of On the Survivability of Routing Protocols in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks, which will appear in SecureComm 2005, has been made available below.
1/10/2005 The final version of Provably Competitive Adaptive Routing, which will appear in The 24th Conference of the IEEE Communications Society (IEEE Infocom 2005), has been made available below.
1/10/2005 Secure Multi-Hop Infrastructure Access has been accepted to the NDSS 2005 Wireless and Mobile Security Workshop, and is available below.
10/23/2004 Provably Competitive Adaptive Routing has been accepted to The 24th Conference of the IEEE Communications Society (IEEE Infocom 2005). The submitted version is available as technical report below.
10/23/2004 The final camera-ready version of The Pulse Protocol: Mobile Ad hoc Network Perfomance Evaluation which will appear in the proceedings of Wireless On-demand Network Systems (WONS 2005) is now available.
10/8/2004 The Pulse Protocol: Mobile Ad hoc Network Perfomance Evaluation has been accepted to Wireless On-demand Network Systems (WONS 2005).
12/12/2003 The final camera-ready version of The Pulse Protocol: Energy Efficient Infrastructure Access which will appear at The 23rd Conference of the IEEE Communications Society (IEEE Infocom 2004) is now available.

Wireless Lab People:

Dr. Baruch Awerbuch David Holmer Herbert Rubens


Publications

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Contact

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Center for Networking and Distributed Systems
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Johns Hopkins University
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