These are pointers to things that used to be news, but are now old
news. They may still be useful, but did not find places elsewhere
on my web pages and hence they're here.
Our paper that considers baking measurement directly into protocols
(with Brian and Rob) was presented at SIGCOMM 2017's "Bsst of CCR"
session. Rob's slides are
Our CGN work was awarded the IRTF's ANRP award at IETF-99.
Phillip's presentation is
Ph.D. thesis on the Domain Name System (DNS). Congratulations
Our IPv4 scarcity work was presented at the "Best of CCR"
session at SIGCOMM 2015. Philipp's slides and other information
about the paper is
Ph.D. dissertation on edge network measurement.
An Ars Technica
about our IPv6 work.
blog post on joint work assessing the adoption of IPv6.
Tom Callahan defended his
Ph.D. dissertation on naming in March.
Congratulations to Tom!
Michael Bailey presented our work
assessing IPv6 adoption in
the wild at NANOG 57.