As illustrated by our motto – Developing the Science of Networks – IMDEA Networks identifies and addresses major scientific and engineering challenges in communications and computer networks, and also aims to develop these results by bringing them into practical deployments. The nature of these challenges varies with ever-greater rapidity. To ensure the relevance of our research activities, we continuously adjust our research agenda to stay at the forefront of technological innovation. We organize our scientific activities into research areas that reflect our current working priorities, ensuring sufficient flexibility to allow us to respond to emerging technological challenges. The research mission of our Institute also adapts to the strengths of our growing research team and our external collaborators.
The research work at IMDEA Networks is led by Joerg Widmer, who is the Research Director of the Institute and therefore responsible for its research direction.
Currently, our scientific work focuses on the following three general areas:
[:en]Development and deployment of networked systems, and design and knowledge of their protocols and architectures.[:es]Desarrollo y despliegue de sistemas en red, y diseño y conocimiento de sus protocolos y arquitecturas.[:]More information
[:en]Optimization of wireless communications and improvement of the architectures of wireless networks.[:es]Optimización de las comunicaciones inalámbricas y mejora de las arquitecturas de las redes inalámbricas.[:]More information