The proliferation of computing and inexpensive network connectivity has led to the emergence of many new paradigms for remotely monitoring, managing, and controlling complex systems. Examples include remote control tasks (e.g., remote surgery or control of unmanned aerial vehicles) as well as more complex networked control systems that need to be managed and controlled in a distributed manner (e.g., electric power distribution systems and transportation systems of various sorts). The laboratory performs research in aspects of these problems, particularly with respect to fault tolerance (e.g., to network delays, packet drops, and component failures) and resiliency to malicious attacks on the network.