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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Research and Education Track
Meeting: NANOG66
Date / Time: 2016-02-08 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Room: Nautilus 4&5
Presenters: Speakers:

Manish Karir, QuadMetrics

Manish Karir has been an active participant in the NANOG community since 2005. He is a frequent presenter at NANOG and over the past 10 years has had the opportunity to present over 11 times on a wide variety of topics including, BGP analysis tools, traffic analysis and visualization tools, darknet traffic research, IRR enhancements, network reputation and RBL analysis, IPv4 address sharing techniques, and cybersecurity posture metrics. His research interests include Internet measurement studies, and large scale network data collection and analysis. Manish is currently the Chief Technology Officer at QuadMetrics.

Seyed K. Fayaz, Carnegie Mellon University

Seyed K. Fayaz is a PhD candidate at Carnegie Mellon University. He is broadly interested in computer networks and security. He is a recipient of the CMU Bertucci Fellowship and the VMware Graduate Fellowship.

Alberto Dainotti, CAIDA, UC San Diego

Alberto Dainotti is a Research Scientist at CAIDA (Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis), University of California San Diego, USA. In 2008 he received his Ph.D. in Computer Engineering and Systems at the Department of Computer Engineering and Systems of University of Napoli "Federico II", Italy. His main research interests are in the field of Internet measurement and network security, with a focus on the analysis of large-scale Internet events. He co-authored several peer-reviewed papers published at conferences and in scientific journals and is regularly invited speaker at conferences, workshops, and operational meetings (DARPA, FCC, IETF, ISOC, RIPE). In 2012 he was awarded the IRTF Applied Networking Research Prize. He regularly serves for the European Commission and the US National Science Foundation as an independent reviewer of projects of project proposals.

Luca Sani, IIT-CNR

Luca Sani received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Computer Engineering from the University of Pisa, respectively in 2008 and 2010. In 2014 received his PhD in Computer Science and Engineering from the Institute for Advanced Studies - IMT Lucca. Since then he is a Post Doc researcher at the Institute of Informatics and Telematics of the Italian National Research Council (CNR) in Pisa, Italy where is currently working on the Isolario project.In 2013 he was a visiting researcher at the Computer Science Department of the Colorado State University, working on a BGP monitoring project. His research interests are mainly related to the mapping, analysis and monitoring of the Internet inter-domain routing system.

Ruwaifa Anwar, Stony Brook University

Ruwaifa Anwar is a second year PhD student at Stony Brook University, New York. Broadly interested in Networks and Systems, his research currently focuses on measuring BGP routing policies and detecting BGP hijacks and interception. He did his BS in Computer science from LUMS, Pakistan where he worked on projects related to loss differentiation in WiFi devices and long distance WiFi communication.

Vicente De Luca, Zendesk

My passion for systems and networking started at the age 7, when my father, an enthusiast engineer, became sharing his knowledge while we were having fun maintaining a UNIX bulletin board system (BBS) for our friends and local community. Three years later at 1996 we started the first Internet Service Provider at our region, being part and bit responsible for Internet raising at our hometown, based at the northside of Sao Paulo state, Brazil. Happy times!! Deep passionate with my current role as part of the Network Engineering & Operations team for a large enterprise cloud where the amazing Zendesk platform lives around the globe.
Abstract: The R&E track will feature presentations of some promising new ideas on both BGP measurement and analysis as well as DDoS defense. The following talks will be presented in this session:

- Isolario: the real-time Internet routing observatory [Luca Sani, IIT-CNR]
- BGPStream: a framework for historical analysis and real-time monitoring of BGP data [Alberto Dainotti, CAIDA]
- Investigating Interdomain Routing Policies in the Wild [Ruwaifa Anwar, Stony Brook University]
- An opensource recipe for detecting DDoS and automate mitigation techniques [Vicente De Luca, Zendesk]
- Bohatei: Flexible and Elastic DDoS Defense [Seyed K. Fayaz, Carnegie Mellon University]

The presentation slots will be shorter than the general session so as to make sure that there is sufficient time for interacting with the authors and providing feedback on the ideas being presented.
Files: pdfFayaz R&E Track(PDF)
pdfIsolario R&E Track(PDF)
pdfOpen Source R&E Track(PDF)
pdfResearch and Education Track(PDF)
pdfResearch and Education Track(PDF)
pdfResearch and Education Track(PDF)
youtubeResearch and Education Track
Sponsors: None.

Back to NANOG66 agenda.

NANOG66 Abstracts

  • Conference Opening
    Speakers:
    Tony Tauber, Comcast; Greg Dendy, Equinix; Raj Khurana.
    Al Burgio, IIX;
  • Conference Opening
    Speakers:
    Tony Tauber, Comcast; Greg Dendy, Equinix; Raj Khurana.
    Al Burgio, IIX;
  • Conference Opening
    Speakers:
    Tony Tauber, Comcast; Greg Dendy, Equinix; Raj Khurana.
    Al Burgio, IIX;
  • Conference Opening
    Speakers:
    Tony Tauber, Comcast; Greg Dendy, Equinix; Raj Khurana.
    Al Burgio, IIX;
  • Coding BOF
    Speakers:
    Matt Griswold, United Internet Exchange; Job Snijders, NTT Communications; Jesse Sowell, MIT; Elisa Jasinska, BigWave;
  • Research and Education Track
    Speakers:
    Manish Karir, QuadMetrics; Seyed K. Fayaz, Carnegie Mellon University; Alberto Dainotti, CAIDA, UC San Diego; Luca Sani, IIT-CNR; Ruwaifa Anwar, Stony Brook University; Vicente De Luca, Zendesk;
  • Research and Education Track
    Speakers:
    Manish Karir, QuadMetrics; Seyed K. Fayaz, Carnegie Mellon University; Alberto Dainotti, CAIDA, UC San Diego; Luca Sani, IIT-CNR; Ruwaifa Anwar, Stony Brook University; Vicente De Luca, Zendesk;
  • Research and Education Track
    Speakers:
    Manish Karir, QuadMetrics; Seyed K. Fayaz, Carnegie Mellon University; Alberto Dainotti, CAIDA, UC San Diego; Luca Sani, IIT-CNR; Ruwaifa Anwar, Stony Brook University; Vicente De Luca, Zendesk;
  • Research and Education Track
    Speakers:
    Manish Karir, QuadMetrics; Seyed K. Fayaz, Carnegie Mellon University; Alberto Dainotti, CAIDA, UC San Diego; Luca Sani, IIT-CNR; Ruwaifa Anwar, Stony Brook University; Vicente De Luca, Zendesk;
  • Research and Education Track
    Speakers:
    Manish Karir, QuadMetrics; Seyed K. Fayaz, Carnegie Mellon University; Alberto Dainotti, CAIDA, UC San Diego; Luca Sani, IIT-CNR; Ruwaifa Anwar, Stony Brook University; Vicente De Luca, Zendesk;
  • Research and Education Track
    Speakers:
    Manish Karir, QuadMetrics; Seyed K. Fayaz, Carnegie Mellon University; Alberto Dainotti, CAIDA, UC San Diego; Luca Sani, IIT-CNR; Ruwaifa Anwar, Stony Brook University; Vicente De Luca, Zendesk;
  • Coding BOF
    Speakers:
    Matt Griswold, United Internet Exchange; Job Snijders, NTT Communications; Jesse Sowell, MIT; Elisa Jasinska, BigWave;
  • Coding BOF
    Speakers:
    Matt Griswold, United Internet Exchange; Job Snijders, NTT Communications; Jesse Sowell, MIT; Elisa Jasinska, BigWave;
  • Coding BOF
    Speakers:
    Matt Griswold, United Internet Exchange; Job Snijders, NTT Communications; Jesse Sowell, MIT; Elisa Jasinska, BigWave;
  • Peering Track
    Speakers:
    Brad Raymo, Microsoft; Aaron Hughes6connect; .
    Ciprian Marginean, AMS-IX; Daniel KoppDE-CIX; .
  • Peering Track
    Speakers:
    Brad Raymo, Microsoft; Aaron Hughes6connect; .
    Ciprian Marginean, AMS-IX; Daniel KoppDE-CIX; .
  • Peering Track
    Speakers:
    Brad Raymo, Microsoft; Aaron Hughes6connect; .
    Ciprian Marginean, AMS-IX; Daniel KoppDE-CIX; .
  • Peering Track
    Speakers:
    Brad Raymo, Microsoft; Aaron Hughes6connect; .
    Ciprian Marginean, AMS-IX; Daniel KoppDE-CIX; .

 

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