The ICNL (Intelligent Computation and Network Laboratory) focuses on the fusion of new networking technology, distributed computation, and intelligence to enable the future information infrastructure technologies (e.g., B5G, 6G, Future Networks, Big data-driven technologies, network security, trust, privacy) to support future services (IoT, CPS, Society 5.0, etc.).

In this field of research, information and communication network infrastructure and its environment are evolving rapidly as information computation continues to move from the cloud to the network edge due to the dramatic advances and fusion of communication technology, distributed processing, and artificial intelligence. In our laboratory, we are actively responding to the needs of the future society, efficiently embedding intelligence and distributed processing into the network, and conducting comprehensive researches targeting revolutionary/evolutionary networking systems.

1. B5G, 6G

Network Architecture

Blockchain (Decentralized Computing)

Interconnections between wireless networks and wired networks

Network Resilience

Integration between Cyberspace and Physical Space

2. Future Networks

In-Network Computing

Information-Centric Network

Quantum Network

Internet of Things

Mobility-oriented Network

Software-Defined Network, Network Virtualization

Industrial Network

3. Big Data Driven Technologies


Network Intelligence

Big Data Driven Network Architecture

Big Data Driven Wireless Networks

Machine Learning

Big Data Driven Future Networks

4. Network Security, Trust, Privacy

Data-centric Security and Privacy

Distributed Data Trust Evaluation

Future Authentications and Authorizations

Laboratory Environment


  1. National Insitute of Information and Communications Technology
  3. HPC-AI Advisory Council