Graph Neural Networks (GNN) have been recently proposed to learn, model and generalize over graph structured data. Computer Networks are fundamentally graphs, and many of its relevant characteristics -such as topology and routing- are represented as graph-structured data. In this context, GNN are a central tool to apply ML techniques to Computer Networks. GNN can learn the relationship of complex network characteristics and build relevant models that can be useful to plan and manage the network. In addition and in combination with Deep-Reinforcement Learning (DRL) techniques, GNN can help developing autonomous network optimization mechanisms that result in unprecedented performance, achieving the ultimate vision of self-driving networks.
The Barcelona Neural Networking Center (BNN-UPC) has been created as an initiative of Prof. Albert Cabellos and Prof. Pere Barlet at UPC (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya) with the main goals of carrying fundamental research in the field of Graph Neural Network applied to Computer Networks, and educating and training the new generation of students.
We have several Graduate Research Assistantships leading to PhD (Doctoral degree) in the areas of Graph Neural Networking.
We are particularly interested in candidates with AI, neural networks, computer networks (routing, SDN, protocol design), deep mathematical backgrounds with Master or equivalent degrees. Candidates with mathematics, statistics or data-sciences will be more than welcome.
Please submit your resume to: email@example.com with subject line: “PHD at BNN-UPC“
Prof. Albert Cabellos
Co-founder and Director
Prof. Pere Barlet-Ros
Co-founder and Scientific Director
Dr. Krzysztof Rusek
Head of Engineering
Dr. Sergi Abadal
Dr. José Suárez-Varela
|Albert Canyelles||June 2019||October 2020|
|Maria Gkotsopoulou||June 2019||December 2019|
|Arnau Badia||January 2019||September 2019|
|Sergi Carol||September 2018||June 2019
|Adrian Manco||June 2019||June 2019
|Victor Sendino||January 2019||June 2019
|Albert Mestres||September 2014||December 2018|