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In 2009, the research group of Mung Chiang at Princeton University received a total of $3M funding over a 5 year window from various funding agencies, including ONR, AFOSR, NSF, and the industry, and established a new laboratory in the Electrical Engineering Department in B313, Engineering Quad.

The lab continues the quest for, simultaneously, relevance in the questions asked and rigor in the answers developed in networking research, which Chiang's group has been pursuing at Princeton since 2003, resulting in 3 technology transfers to commercial deployments. In addition to an environment where theory's impact can be amplified, it also serves as an incubator for innovations, a platform for technology transfers, and a venue for undergrad and grad education.

This lab, the Princeton EDGE Lab, became the experimental arm of an “umbrella research initiative? the SCENIC Initiative. It consists of a collection of new projects around the themes of ‘social?and ‘clean?in networking research, as well as ongoing ones on the theoretical foundation of network optimization, with a focus on the challenges of nonconvexity, stochastic dynamics, and dimensionality reduction.

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