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We are the Navigators, a research team on distributed systems, their architectures, their algorithms, in their several skins: fault tolerance, real-time, security, and combinations thereof.

We also pursue the quest for the right balance between science and technology. Some people say that Informatics (a.k.a. computer science and engineering) belongs to a new breed, of what are called techno-sciences. We believe that techno-scientists should accompany theoretical mastery with a deep knowledge of their environment — computer technology — as well as astro-physicists know the sky, or marine biologists know the sea.

We study new theories to explain distributed systems, and new algorithms to take advantage from them. But we also like to do proof-of-concept experiments about the theory we work on. We try that our papers and theses tell a good story as clearly as possible. We work hard for our demonstrations to be convincing and captivating. Because we believe science is made for others.

Our greatest riches are our culture, and our researchers and students. If you believe in the former, you can become one of the latter. Welcome!


  • (1/Oct/2017) NavTalks seminars have started for a new year of discussions!

Latest publications


[1] What: NavTalk, When: Tue 2017-Oct-24, 12pm, Where: room 8.2.19

Eduardo Viegas (PUCPR) presents Network-based Intrusion Detection: on Protecting a Moving Target
Ricardo Fonseca presents Demonstration of resilient communications in the context of a smart grid

[2] What: NavTalk, When: Tue 2017-Oct-12, 12pm, Where: room 6.3.38

Alysson Bessani presents How to do Research in Navigators/LASIGE

[3] What: NavTalk, When: Tue 2017-Sep-26, 12pm-2pm, Where: room 6.3.38

Oliver Michel (guest speaker) presents Network Defragmentation in Virtualized Data Centers

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