32nd Multi-Service Networks workshop (MSN 2020) Thu 9th July 2020.
Thursday, 9th July 2020
9:30 Welcome (Iain Phillips, Hamed Haddadi)
9:35 Session1 (Chair: Gareth Tyson)
- Noa Zilberman (O): Do switches dream of machine learning?
- Radostin Stoyanov* (C): Multi-Tenant Programmable Network Switches
- Mohamed Kassem (E): WhiteHaul: An Efficient Spectrum Aggregation System for Low-Cost and High Capacity Backhaul over White Spaces
- Imane Hafnaoui (Q): Raphtory: A new tool for large temporal networks applied to the far right social network Gab
- Anna Maria Mandalari (I): Towards Automatic Identification and Blocking of Non-Critical IoT Traffic Destinations
- Nishanth Sastry (S): AJIT: Accountable Just-in-Time Allocation of Network Resources with Smart Contracts
11:00 Coffee and chat
11:30 Session2 (Chair: Hamed Haddadi)
- Marios Isaakidis* (U): A taste of the biton networking stack — https://bitonproject.org
- Ali Karimi* (L): Novel architecture of Vehicular Edge Computing for preserving privacy and security in VANET
- Ali Alissa* (Py): Network-based Tuner for Adaptive Video Streaming
- Seyyed Ahmad Javadi (C): Usage Pattern Monitoring for the misuse of ‘Artificial Intelligence as a Service’
- Ignacio Castro (Q): Who is who in the IETF
- Simon Chattergee (Ci): Have your robots call my robots: using SMT solvers for robust network automation
13:00 Online Photos & Lunch and socials in the WebEx rooms!
13:45 Session 3 (Chair: Richard Clegg)
- Mario Cekic* (C): Semantics of Segment Routing
- Michio Honda (E): Networking Support for Persistent Memory Systems
- Vivian Band* (G): Malware and IPv6 Scanning
- Poonam Yadav (Y): Beyond IoT MUD Deployments – Challenges and Future Directions
- Mihail Yanev* (R): Herding the FLOQ: Another Queue Management Proposal
- Marwan Fayed (CF): How many IP addresses do web content and services really need?
15:15 Coffee and chat
15:30 Session 4 (Chair: Iain Phillips)
- Abhirup Ghosh (I): Differentially Private Range Counting in Planar Graphs for Spatial Sensing
- Igor Ivkić (La): A Framework for Measuring, Normalising and Aggregating Security Costs in Cyber-Physical Systems
- Roman Kolcun (I): Effective IoT Device Identification at the Edge
- Gianni Antichi (Q): The case for dynamically optimise software data planes
- Kyle Jamieson (P): Wireless-Aware End-to-End Congestion Control
- Georg Carle (TUM): Low-Latency Networked Systems
17:00 Dinner and drinks in your own house!
Affiliation codes: C (Cambridge), Ci (Cisco), CF(CLoudFlare), E (Edinburgh), G (Glasgow), I (Imperial College), L (Loughborough), La (Lancaster), O (Oxford), P (Princeton), Py (Plymouth), Q (QMUL), R (Rakuten Mobile), S (Surrey), TUM (Technical University of Munich), U (UCL), Y (York)
*: PhD student talk.
We are pleased to have CISCO as a sponsor this year.