Papers “Experiences from the IPFS Network: Deployment and Performance” and “LiveNet: A Low-Latency Video Transport Network for Large-Scale Live Streaming” were accepted in ACM SIGCOMM’22! This is the premier conference for networks research, with an acceptance rate of 19%.
Paper “Toxicity in the Decentralized Web and the Potential for Model Sharing” by Haris Bin Zia, Ignacio Castro, Ishaku Anaobi, Gareth Tyson, and colleagues has been accepted in ACM SIGMETRICS. This is the premier conference on measurement-based performance evaluation, with
Paper “The Web We Weave: Untangling the Social Graph of the IETF” by Prashant Khare, Mladen Karan, Gareth Tyson, Matthew Purver, Patrick Healey, Ignacio Castro, and collaborators at Glasgow has been accepted at the 16th International AAAI Conference on Web
Paper “SEAD Counter: Self-Adaptive Counters With Different Counting Ranges” by Prof. Steve Uhlig and colleagues has been accepted in IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (ToN). This is the premier journal for networking research, with an impact factor of 3.56.
Papers “Demystifying Scaling Performance Bottlenecks in Distributed Deep Learning” and “Jettisoning Junk Messaging in the Era of End-to-End Encryption: A Case Study of WhatsApp” by Dr. Gareth Tyson and colleagues have been accepted at ACM WWW’22. This is the premier
Paper “Domain Specific Run Time Optimization for Software Data Planes” by Sebastiano Miano, Alireza Sanaee, Gianni Antichi, and collaborators has been accepted to ACM ASPLOS’22. This is the premier forum for interdisciplinary systems research, intersecting computer architecture, hardware, programming languages,
Paper “NetSHa: In-network Acceleration of LSH-based Distributed” by Dr. Gareth Tyson and collaborators has been accepted in IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (TPDS). This is the premier journal for distributed systems, with an impact factor of 4.181!
Dr. Gareth Tyson, Dr. Ignacio Castro and Dr. Arkaitz Zubiaga have received £3.3 million to study online cybersafety, alongside collaborators at University of Surrey, University of Strathclyde, University of Cambridge, University of Edinburgh, University of Chester. This EPRSC grant is
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
QMUL has had two IEEE INFOCOM papers accepted! This is one of the premier conferences for networks research, with an acceptance rate of 19%! These papers are: Paper “On Uploading Behavior and Optimizations of a Mobile Live Streaming Service” by