Paper “Elastic Sketch: Adaptive and Fast Network-wide Measurements” by Prof. Steve Uhlig and colleagues has been accepted at the ACM SIGCOMM Conference. This is the top conference for computer networking research, with an acceptance rate of 18%.
Paper “Facebook (A)Live? Are live social broadcasts really broadcasts?” by Aravindh Raman, Gareth Tyson and Nishanth Sastry received an Honourable Mention at the prestigious WWW’18 Conference after having being nominated for the Best Paper Award (as the top ranking paper
Paper “HeavyKeeper: An Accurate Algorithm for Finding Top-k Elephant Flows” by Prof. Steve Uhlig and colleagues has been accepted at the USENIX Annual Technical Conference (ATC). This is a premier conference for systems research, with an acceptance rate of 20%.
Paper “Movie Pirates of the Caribbean: Exploring Illegal Streaming Cyberlockers” by Damilola Ibosiola, Ben Steer, Steve Uhlig, Gareth Tyson and collaborators has been accepted at the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM’18). This is the premier conference for
Paper “Multilink communities of multiplex networks” by Raul Mondragon, Jacopo Iacovacci and Ginestra Bianconi has been accepted to PlosOne. This is a journal in the Top 25 in the Google Scholar Metric.
Dr. Gareth Tyson and collaborators have been awarded a €122k grant to investigate the use of illegal gambling websites across Europe. This is part of a collaboration with the Queen Mary University of London School of Law.
PhD studentships are available in any area of EECS, including networking and distributed systems (deadline 31st Jan). Click here for further information or contact any of our academics to discuss opportunities.
Paper “Open Connect Everywhere: A Glimpse at the Internet Ecosystem through the Lens of the Netflix CDN” by Timm Böttger, Felix Cuadrado, Gareth Tyson, Ignacio Castro and Steve Uhlig has been accepted to SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review (CCR). This is a top journal on computer networks (January).
Paper “Facebook (A)Live? Are live social broadcasts really broadcasts?” by Gareth Tyson and collaborators has been accepted at the World Wide Web Conference (WWW). This is the premier conference in web research with an acceptance rate of 15%.
Paper “Online Aggregation of the Forwarding Information Base: Accounting for Locality and Churn” by Prof. Steve Uhlig and colleagues has been accepted by IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (ToN). This is the premier journal for networks research with an impact factor of 3.376 (December). 8 PhD