By: Mat Ford
The Applied Networking Research Prize (ANRP) is awarded for recent results in applied networking research that are relevant for transitioning into shipping Internet products and related standardization efforts. The ANRP awards presented during IETF 95 went to the following two individuals:
Roya Ensafi. For examining how the Chinese “great firewall” discovers hidden circumvention servers. See the full paper at http://conferences.sigcomm.org/imc/2015/papers/p445.pdf.
Zakir Durumeric. For an empirical analysis of email delivery security. See the full paper at http://conferences.sigcomm.org/imc/2015/papers/p27.pdf.
Roya and Zakir presented their findings to the Internet Research Task Force open meeting during IETF 95.
Thanks to Meetecho, audio/video from the presentations is available at http://recs.conf.meetecho.com/Playout/watch.jsp?recording=IETF95_IRTFOPEN&chapter=chapter_1 (from 00:05:30).
ANRP winners have been selected for all of the IETF meetings in 2016. The following winners will present at the IETF 96 meeting in Berlin:
Samuel Jero, a postgraduate researcher at Purdue University. Samuel will present a security analysis of the QUIC protocol.
Dario Rossi, a professor at the computer science and networking department of TELECOM ParisTech. Dario will present on characterizing anycast adoption and deployment in the IPv4 Internet.
The call for nominations for the 2017 ANRP award cycle opens in July. Join the email@example.com mailing list for all ANRP related notifications.