NETX is a networks research group in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) at IIT Hyderabad led by Dr. Praveen Tammana.

We work at the intersection of Systems, Networks, and Security. Our current focus is on designing and building networked systems that make networks easy to manage, secure, and robust, by using exciting emerging technologies such as Software-Defined Networking and Programmable Data Planes (P4, eBPF, smartNICs, PISA switch)

Latest Updatesarchive
  • Our work titled “Scaling IoT MUD Enforcement using Programmable Data Planes” accepted to IEEE / IFIP NOMS 2023.more

    December 24th 2022

  • Our work titled “Accelerating PUF-based Authentication Protocols Using Programmable Switch” accepted to IEEE/ IFIP NOMS 2023more

    December 24th 2022

  • Ms. Divya Pathak and Mr. Harish S A has been awarded the IEEE / IFIP NOMS 2023 student travel grantmore

    March 8th 2023

  • Ms. Divya Pathak has been awarded with the COMSNETS LNR international travel grantmore

    March 1st 2023

  • Mr. Hemanth Kothapalli has been awareded the VAK UG excellence award for his contribution to research conducted in our lab.more

    March 16th 2023

  • Our work titled “In-Network Probabilistic Monitoring Primitives under the Influence of Adversarial Network Inputs” accepted to APNet 2023.more

    June 29th 2023

  • Congratulations to Ms. Divya Pathak for her selection as a Research Engineer at IBM ResearchIBM Research India

    September 10th 2023

  • Congratulations to Mr. Harish S A for being recommended as a principal candidate to the Fulbright-Nehru Doctoral Research FellowshipFNDR 2024

    November 23rd 2023

  • Mr. Sankalp Mittal's work "AdaFlow: Efficient In-Network Traffic Classification using Programmable Switches" accepted to IFIP/IEEE Networking 2024!IFIP Networking 2024

    April 15th 2024

  • Ms. Divya Pathak's work "Anamoly Detection in In-Network Fast ReRoute Systems" accepted to IFIP/IEEE Networking 2024!IFIP Networking 2024

    April 15th 2024


  • We are actively looking for full time candidates to work on our research areas. Please applyhere


Networked systems

and security