As we rapidly approach the last Internet Engineering Task Force meeting for the year, it's time to announce the final winners of the Applied Networking Research Prize for 2014.
The ANRP awards for IETF 91 go to:
- Sharon Goldberg for discussing threats when BGP RPKI authorities are faulty, misconfigured, compromised, or compelled to misbehave. Full paper: http://www.cs.bu.edu/~goldbe/papers/hotRPKI.pdf
- Tobias Flach for the design of novel loss recovery mechanisms for TCP that minimize timeout-driven recovery. Full paper: http://nsl.cs.usc.edu/~tobiasflach/publications/Flach_Latency.pdf
- Misbah Uddin for developing matching and ranking for network search queries to make operational data available in real-time to management applications. Full paper: http://www.cnsm-conf.org/2013/documents/papers/CNSM/p251-uddin.pdf
Sharon, Tobias and Misbah have been invited to present their findings in the Internet Research Task Force open meeting during IETF 91 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, on November 11th. Remote participation details will be available at https://www.ietf.org/meeting/91/index.html.
The call for nominations for the 2015 ANRP award cycle remains open until October 31st. Submit your nominations via the submission site or by email to email@example.com to support great networking research getting the recognition it deserves!