Oregon Networking Research Group (ONRG) in the Department of Computer Science (CS) at the University of Oregon (UO) conducts research in several areas of networking including networked systems, Internet measurements and analysis, social computing, and future Internet paradigms. For a list of current (and old) projects, please checkout our research page.

We are looking for motivated students to work with us at ONRG. For more information, please see here and here. Feel free to drop us an email with your CV!

Recent highlights

  • May 2022: Profs. Reza and Ram receive an NSF CNS medium grant for their work on runtime dataplane telemetry. Congrats Reza and Ram, and thanks NSF!

  • May 2022: Congrats to Matt Hall for winning the competitive UO Dissertation Research Fellowship!

  • April 2022: Jared’s work on multi-task learning for network measurements will appear in IEEE JSAC! Congrats Jared!

  • April 2022: ONRG projects are highlighted in Oregon Quarterly.

  • March 2022: Prof. Ram’s NSF CAREER award is featured in UO CIS as well as Around the O.

  • More news!

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