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Student coauthors on paper published at TMA '21 (posted Sep 15, 2021)
Xi Jiang '21 wins Undergraduate SRC at SIGCOMM '21 (posted Aug 27, 2021)

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Student coauthors on paper published at TMA '21
  • Timeseries plots generated as part of "Reassessing the constancy of end-to-end Internet Latency" (Davisson, Jakovleski, Ngo, Pham, and Sommers, TMA '21)

Four Colgate computer science students were coauthors of a paper published at the IFIP Traffic Measurements and Analysis 2021 conference -- Lily Davisson '22, Joakim Jakovleski '22, Nhiem Ngo '21, and Chau Pham '22. In the paper, titled "Reassessing the Constancy of End-to-End Internet Latency", the students analyzed data made available through the RIPE Atlas project (https://atlas.ripe.net) to examine how constant or stable Internet latencies are as compared ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Sept. 15, 2021, noon)
Xi Jiang '21 wins Undergraduate SRC at SIGCOMM '21
  • "Non-interoperability Detection for Routing Protocol Implementations" poster by Xi Jiang and Aaron Gember-Jacobson

Xi (Chase) Jiang '21 won first place in the undergraduate ACM Student Research Competition (SRC) at SIGCOMM 2021 for his poster on "Non-interoperability Detection for Routing Protocol Implementations." Xi designed a system that infers packet causal relationships to detect inconsistencies in network routing protocol implementations that arise due to ambiguities in routing protocol standards. A detailed description of Xi's work is available at https://aaron.gember-jacobson.com/docs/sigcomm2021interop ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Aug. 27, 2021, 2 p.m.)