As we rapidly approach the last Internet Engineering Task Force meeting for the year, we're pleased to report that the final winners of the Applied Networking Research Prize (ANRP) for 2016 have been announced.
The ANRP awards for IETF 97 go to:
Olivier Tilmans for the Fibbing architecture that enables central control over distributed routing. Stefano Vissicchio, Olivier Tilmans, Laurent Vanbever and Jennifer Rexford. Central Control Over Distributed Routing. Proc. ACM SIGCOMM, London, UK, August 2015.
Benjamin Hesmans for enabling applications to control how Multipath TCP transfers data....
Date published 14 September 2016
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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...
Date published 14 October 2014
ANRP, Applied Networking Research Prize, Global, IETF, IETF91, Internet Engineering Task Force, Internet Infrastructure, Internet Research Task Force, IRTF, Open Internet Standards, research, Other external events
The first Applied Networking Research Prize for 2014 was awarded to Kenny Paterson for finding and documenting new attacks against key Internet security protocols. In their paper, "Lucky Thirteen: Breaking the TLS and DTLS Record Protocols" (Proc. IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, pp. 526-540, San Francisco, CA, USA, May 2013.), Kenny and his co-author Nadhem Al Fardan demonstrate practical attacks against Transport Layer Security, a fundamental security building block for much of today's online activity.
Kenny's presentation to the Internet Research Task Force open meeting in London...
Date published 02 April 2014