Workshop Program

The ANRW ’20 will be an online workshop, running from July 30-31, 2020.

The ANRW 20 was originally scheduled to co-locate with the IETF-108 meeting in Madrid, Spain, on July 27, 2020. However, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, both the IETF 108 and the ANRW will now be online only events.

Proceedings

Proceedings of the Applied Networking Research Workshop 2020 are available from the ACM Digital Library

Recordings will be made available after the workshop.

Slack Channel

If you would like to meet with other attendees, the SIGCOMM Community Slack space has a channel dedicated to ANRW 2020 (#anrw2020). The SIGCOMM Community Slack was created specifically for the purpose of facilitating online interaction during virtual conferences. You can read more about this Slack workspace (including information on how to join) in the March 2020 SIGCOMM newsletter.

Program

Times are given in UTC.

Time Session Session Chair
July 30, 2020
11:00-12:40

DNS and BGP

Enabling Privacy-Aware Zone Exchanges Among Authoritative and Recursive DNS Servers
Nikos Kostopoulos, Dimitris Kalogeras, and Vasilis Maglaris

Inferring the Deployment of Inbound Source Address Validation Using DNS Resolvers (Position Paper)
Maciej Korczynski, Yevheniya Nosyk, Qasim Lone, Marcin Skwarek, Baptiste Jonglez, and Andrzej Duda

Limiting the Power of RPKI Authorities
Kris Shrishak and Haya Shulman

Withdrawal Symptoms: Filtering of Announcements from a Route Collector System (Position Paper)
Stephen D. Strowes, René Wilhelm, and Emile Aben

Toward Programmable Interdomain Routing (Position Paper)
Qiao Xiang, Jensen Zhang, Frank Le, and Y. Richard Yang

Roland van Rijswijk-Deij
July 30, 2020, 13:00-13:50

Protocol testing and validation

Parsing Protocol Standards to Parse Standard Protocols
Stephen McQuistin, Vivian Band, Dejice Jacob, and Colin Perkins

NeST: Network Stack Tester
Shanthanu S Rai, Narayan G, Dhanasekhar M, Leslie Monis, and Mohit P. Tahiliani

Roland van Rijswijk-Deij
July 30, 2020, 14:10-15:50

Transport Protocols and Traffic Engineering

Evaluating the Impact of Path Brokenness on TCP
Korian Edeline, and Benoit Donnet

A Congestion Control Independent L4S Scheduler
Szilveszter Nádas, Gergő Gombos, Ferenc Fejes, and Sándor Laki

Multi-Domain Information Exposure using ALTO: The Good, the Bad and the Solution (position paper)
Danny Lachos, Christian Rothenberg, Qiao Xiang, Y. Richard Yang, Börje Ohlman, Sabine Randriamasy, Luis M. Contreras, and Kai Gao

A novel hybrid distributed-routing and SDN solution for Traffic Engineering (position paper)
Stewart Bryant, Uma Chunduri, Toerless Eckert, Alexander Clemm, Luis M. Murillo, and Patricia Díez Cano

Mirja Kühlewind
July 31, 2020, 13:00-13:50

Monitoring and Logging

Debugging QUIC and HTTP/3 with qlog and qvis
Robin Marx, Maxime Piraux, Peter Quax, and Wim Lamotte

On the Accuracy of Country-Level IP Geolocation
Ioana Livadariu, Thomas Dreibholz, Anas Saeed Al-Selwi, Haakon Bryhni, Olav Lysne, Steinar Bjørnstad, and Ahmed Elmokashfi

Mirja Kühlewind