Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

About the PNAS Member Editor
Name Rexford, Jennifer
Location Princeton University
Primary Field Computer and Information Sciences
 Research Interests
Jennifer Rexford's research focuses on computer networking, with the broader goal of making networks like the Internet worthy of the trust society increasingly places in them. Her group designs new protocols and mechanisms that improve network performance, security, and reliability, while making these networks easier to manage. Rexford's work spans the design, measurement, and modeling of high-speed network devices, the distributed protocols these devices run to form a network, and the ways multiple independently administered networks cooperate (and compete) in creating a global communications infrastructure. She is active in industry consortia designing open interfaces for the programming of network devices, and has worked with the Federal Communications Commission on policy topics ranging from net neutrality to the security of the Internet routing infrastructure.

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