QMUL has had three papers accepted at the 18th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation (NSDI)! This is the premier conference for systems and networking research These papers include:
Paper “Backdraft: a Lossless Virtual Switch that Prevents the Slow Receiver Problem” by Alireza Sanaee, Gianni Antichi, and collaborators from Sharif University and University of Utah.
Paper “Re-architecting Traffic Analysis with Neural Network Interface Cards” by Gianni Antichi, and collaborators from NEC, Imperial, University of Cambridge, Microsoft Research has been accepted to USENIX NSDI’22.
3x USENIX NSDI Papers Accepted!