Mark Allman

mallman@icir.org

I am a computer scientist in the Networking and Security Group at the International Computer Science Institute (ICSI). I am also adjunct faculty in EECS at Case Western Reserve University. Prior to joining ICSI in 2003, I worked for BBN Technologies' Internetwork Research Department at NASA's Glenn Research Center for six years. And, prior to that I was part of Shawn Ostermann's Internetworking Research Group at Ohio University. My current research interests are in the areas of network architecture, network measurement, security, transport protocols and congestion control.

Recent Happenings:
  • The slides from my PAM keynote are available.
  • Matthew Sargent, Jakub Czyz, Mark Allman, Michael Bailey. On The Power and Limitations of Detecting Network Filtering via Passive Observation, Passive and Active Measurement Conference (PAM), March 2015. Details (including Matt's slides).
  • Philipp Richter, Mark Allman, Randy Bush, Vern Paxson. A Primer on IPv4 Scarcity. ACM Computer Communication Review, Editorial Contribution, 45(2), April 2015. To appear. Details.
  • Kyle Schomp, Mark Allman, Michael Rabinovich. DNS Resolvers Considered Harmful, HotNets 2014, October 2014. Details.
  • An Ars Technica article about our IPv6 work.
  • Arbor Networks' blog post on joint work assessing the adoption of IPv6.
  • Older News
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