The Networking and Swarm Intelligence (NetSI) Research Group is part of the Jiangsu Provincial Key Laboratory of Networking and Information Security, at the Southeast University. The group members are from School of Computer Science and Engineering, College of Software Engineering, School of Cyber Science and Engineering, SEU-Monash Joint Graduate School.
NetSI group conducts research in the area of Internet of Things and Swarm Intelligence. More specially, the focus is on the wireless networking for a swarm of moving things and study how to coordinate their collaboration. NetSI group research goal is to provide theoretically sound analysis as well as build practically working systems.
Southeast University (SEU), located in Nanjing, China, the ancient capital city of six dynasties, is a prestigious institution of higher learning renowned both at home and abroad. As one of the national key universities directly subordinate to the Ministry of Education of China and jointly established with Jiangsu Province, it is also listed as one of the universities involved in National “985 Project”, “211 Project”.
In 2017, SEU was ranked on the list of constructing “Class A First-rate World Universities”, and the discipline of “Computer Science and Technology” was successfully selected as the national “Double First-class Construction Discipline”.
We officially launch our research group website SEU NetSI.June 12, 2021
We start to build our research group website based on a template .June 1, 2021
We take part in IEEE ICRA 2021.May 15, 2021
Jianping's paper, Energy-Efficient UAV Flight Planning for a General PoI-Visiting Problem with a Practical Energy Model is accepted by IEEE ICCCN 2021.See More