The MAMI project was represented at the Internet Measurement Conference (IMC) 2017 last week in London wiht two posters:
Mirja Kühlewind and Brian Trammell (ETH Zurich)
Tobias Bühler, Mirja Kühlewind, and Brian Trammell (ETH Zürich)
While we were of course most excited about the positive feedback we got for presenting the MAMI Path Transparency Observatory (PTO) and our planned work on measurability of encrypted traffic, there were a lot of very interesting presentations covering main transport protocol- and MAMI-related topics, e.g TCP Congestion Signatures, Large-Scale Scanning of TCP’s Initial Window, and Taking a Long Look at QUIC: An Approach for Rigorous Evaluation of Rapidly Evolving Transport Protocols. Check out the full program here.