29 MAY 2012Dr. Emad Felemban visited Connekt Lab, NUST-SEECS.
18 MAY 2011Dr. Saad Qaisar visited UQU, KSA and WSN workshop during an official research visit.
15 MAR 2011CoNNekT lab member Madeeha Bukhari selected for IAESTE exchange summer internship to China.
27 FEB 2011CoNNekT lab wins grant for OpenFlow programmable network testbed under National Research Program.
26 MAR 2011Two research papers of CoNNekT lab accepted for 11th ICCSA, 2011, Spain.
28 MAR 2011CoNNekT lab - UQU proposal for Oil and Gas installation monitoring amounting $0.5million funds recommended.
15 APR 2011Wafa Iqbal selected for German Research Foundation funded summer school on collaborative airborne networking
20 APR 2011Dr. Sungyoung Lee, Director UCLAB, Korea working visit to CoNNekT lab
15 SEP 2010Hassan Abid leaves for Korea under CoNNekT Lab/UCLAB joint research program.
18 MAR 2010CoNNekT Lab moves to new location @ SEECS Research Complex.
05 FEB 2010Three papers of CoNNekT Lab accepted @ 44th CISS, Princeton University, USA.
07 DEC 2009Mehwish Nasim attends Fifth ISSNIP'09, Melbourne, Australia.
01 OCT 2009CoNNekT Lab receives NUST startup grant of Rs. 1.675 million.
31 JUL 2009CoNNekT Website Launched.
The mission of CoNNekT Lab is to perform basic and applied research in communications and networks domain with an emphasis on representing information for accurate and efficient communication. We aim to design practical tools, determining fundamental limits, and understanding interactions between information representation, communication and networking across a variety of transmission media. We are interested in pursuing high impact cross-disciplinary research to cultivate innovation across multiple disciplines remaining within information and communication domains.
Welcome to CoNNekT Lab
The CoNNekT Lab @ School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (SEECS), National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST) addresses research problems arising in three areas: Multimedia Communications, Wireless Networks and the Internet. Areas of particular interest include Networking, Applied Information Theory and Network Performance Analysis. Lab's current research interest spans the theory and design of novel algorithms and frameworks for reliable multimedia transmission, processing and ubiquitous communication over Internet and wireless networks.
To climb steep hills requires a slow pace at first.
Ongoing Projectswhat are we up to?
Activities at CoNNekT lab encompass a range of interconnected research areas in the domain of communications, networks and multimedia. The projects underway include but not limited to:
- Body Area Networks
- Clean Slate Internet Architectures
- Code Design for Cooperative Communication
- Multi-View Coding for 3D Video
- Swarm Based Communication
- Reliable Monitoring of Oil and Gas Pipelines using Wireless Sensor Networks
- Network For All: A Programmable Testbed for Networking Research
- SAHSE-Safety Assurance In High Stress Environments