Congratulations to all the organisers of the ACM DEV’15 conference hosted at QMUL this week. The conference, locally chaired by Dr. Gareth Tyson, focussed on technologies for developing regions and was also co-located with an IRTF GAIA meeting (December).
Paper “iBGP2: a scalable iBGP redistribution mechanism leading to optimal routing” by Prof. Steve Uhlig has been accepted to IEEE INFOCOM. This is one of the premier networking conferences with an acceptance rate of 18% (November).
Paper “Demystifying and Mitigating TCP Stalls at the Server Side” by Prof. Steve Uhlig has been accepted to ACMCoNEXT. This is one of the premier networking conferences with an acceptance rate of 21% (September)
Congratulations to all the local organisers of the ACM SIGCOMM’15 conference, including Prof. Steve Uhlig, Dr. Hamed Haddadi and Dr. Felix Cuadrado! The conference, organised primarily by Queen Mary University of London, Tallinn University of Technology and Microsoft Research, was a huge success and enjoyed by (hopefully!) everybody there.
Funded PhD position available, investigating the role of data in our society, and how technology can be used to give greater control to users. This is under the supervision of Dr. Hamed Haddadi. Further details can be found here (August).
Queen Mary has been again ranked as a world top 100 university by the QS University Rankings (June).
Dr. Stefan Poslad, Dr. Eliane Bodanese and Dr. John Bigham have been awardeda Queen Mary Innovation Fund award to trial a novel prototype indoor tracking system to monitor and evaluate the movement of people in indoor spaces focussing on libraries and retail outlets (June).
Research Assistant position available, investigating software defined networking and Internet exchange points. This is part of the H2020 project ENDEAVOUR, alongside Prof. Steve Uhlig and Dr. Felix Cuadrado. Further details can be found here (March).
New PhD studentship available on Big Data and large-scale dynamic graph sensing, supervised by Dr. Felix Cuadrado! Further details can be found here (March).