Date: 7th and 8th March 2016
On March 7th and 8th of 2016, the Cisco Paris Innovation and Research Lab (PIRL) will hold its first annual symposium jointly organized by Cisco and Ecole Polytechnique. The symposium will invite industrial and academic experts from around the world to present on topics related development, deployment, and evolution of Internet Protocols.
After an Introduction from Cisco’s Alain Fiocco and David Ward, Dr. Thomas Clausen will say a few words about Ecole Polytechnique to begin the day on March 7th.
After Thomas’s talk, Dr. Giovanna Carofiglio will chair our session on Information Centric Networking. Information Centric Networking (ICN) represents an architectural shift in networking away from a host-centric paradigm based on device connectivity, to one in which the focal point is unique naming and identification of information itself, divorced entirely from where the information happens to reside. This paradigm shift has been heralded as having the potential to be as significant as the move from the circuit-switched public telephone system to the Internet we have today based on TCP/IP and DNS.
In the morning of March 8, we are honored to have APNIC Senior Research and Development Officer George Michaelson as our keynote speaker.
After George’s talk, Cisco Fellow Fred Baker will chair a session on Internet Measurements. Scientific experiments and accurate measurement of what we have today is obviously crucial to the goal of making it better. For example, Ecole Polytechnique students working at Cisco helped to create and launch the “6lab” IPv6 measurements website which operates from the PIRL data center in Paris and has been crucial in our understanding of the progress and quality of IPv6 deployment since the World IPv6 Launch in 2012. Fred’s session will cover not only how to conduct measurements to increase our understanding, but how to do so in a safe, secure, and ethical manner.
In the afternoon of March 8, we are equally honored to have IPv6 Pioneer and Cloudflare Network Strategy Martin Levy Keynote to keynote our session on the Opportunities and Challenges of Internet Protocol Evolution. Cisco Fellow Mark Townsley will be chairing this session, which includes a great lineup of speakers from industry leaders as well as presentations from projects Cisco has done with Ecole Polytechnique students over the years.
DAY 1 Monday, March 7
|9:00 a.m. – 09:45 a.m.||
|9:45 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.||
Welcome to PIRL: Workshop Introduction Agenda Presentation
Alain Fiocco, David Ward, Cisco
Prof. Thomas Clausen, Ecole Polytechnique
ICN Routing & Security
Chair: Ralph Droms
|10:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.||
Descriptors, Locators, Identifiers: Multi-Modal Addressing in TagNet
Prof. Antonio Carzaniga, University of Lugano, Switzerland
|11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.||
Security & Privacy
Prof. Christian Tschudin, University of Basel, Switzerland
|11:30 a.m. – 12:00 a.m.||
ICN Security & Privacy Issues
Prof. Mauro Conti, University of Padova, Italy
|12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.||
Exploiting ICN for flexible management in software-defined networks
Prof. Xiaoming Fu, University of Göttingen, Germany
|12:30 p.m. – 13:30 p.m.||
Lunch Break (Catered)
Poster & demo session on mobility, congestion control, content delivery.
Cisco, Ecole Polytechnique
ICN Congestion control & Caching
Chair: Giovanna Carofiglio
|14:30 – 15:00||
Information-Centric Networking for the Internet-of-Things
Prof. George Polyzos, AUEB, Greece
|15:00 – 15:30||
Revisiting Traffic Cacheability in the Age of Information Centric Networks
Dr. Luca Muscariello, Cisco
|15:30 – 16:00||
Model-Graft: Accurate, Scalable and Flexible Analysis of Cache Networks
Prof. Dario Rossi, Telecom ParisTech & Ecole Polytechnique
ICN & 5G
Chair: Paul Polakos
|16:30 – 17:00||
Simplifying mobility management with ICN
Dr. Giovanna Carofiglio, Cisco
|17:00 – 17:30||
Enabling Vehicle V2X in Urban Landscapes
Prof. Giovanni Pau, UPMC/UCLA, France
Bringing Modern Web Applications to (Disconnected) ICNs
Prof. Jörg Ott, Technische Universität München
DAY 2 Tuesday, March 8
Chair: Fred Baker
Keynote: George Michaelson
|8:00 a.m. – 08:45 a.m.||
|8:45 a.m. – 09:00 a.m.||
Session Chair Call to Order and Intro
Fred Baker, Cisco
|9:00 a.m. – 09:30 a.m.||
George Michaelson, APNIC
|9:30 a.m. – 09:45 a.m.||
Measurement from the viewpoint of a regulator: the difficult technical choices
Stephane Bortzmeyer, AFNIC
|9:50 a.m. – 10:05 a.m.||
EU Net Neutrality: Possible Implications for Measurement
Cate Nymann, Cisco
|10:10 a.m. – 10:20 a.m.||
RIPE Atlas Measurement Platform (Lightning Talk + Workshop invite)
Christian Teuschel, RIPE
|10:20 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.||
|10:50 a.m. – 11:10 a.m.||
On Explicit In-Band Measurement
Brian Trammell, ETH Zurich
|11:15 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.||
iOAM - In band measurement for IPv6
Frank Brockners, Cisco
|11:35 a.m. – 11:50 a.m.||
Active measurement of IPv6 and IPv4 for LinkedIn users
Zaid Ali Kahn, Franck Martin, LinkedIn
|11:55 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.||
Measuring IPv6 for a better, not just bigger Internet
Chip Popoviciu, Nephos6
Lunch Break (Catered)
Protocol Evolution & IPv6-Centric Networking: Opportunities and Challenges
Chair: Mark Townsley
Keynote: Martin Levy
|13:15 – 13:35||
Mark Townsley, Cisco, Ecole Polytechnique
|13:40 – 14:10||
(Keynote) IPv6 and HTTP2 in Content Delivery Networks
Martin Levy, Cloudflare
|14:15 – 14:35||
Jamie Panagos, Jaime Miles, TWC
|14:40 – 15:05||
IPv6 Segment Routing
Stefano Previdi, Cisco
|15:10 – 15:30||
IPv6 SR Content Hunting for CDNs (Cisco - Polytechnique Project)
Andre Surcouf, Aloys Augustin, Cisco, Ecole Polytechnique
|15:35 – 16:00||
IPv6 at TeraStream
Axel Clauberg, DT
|16:00 – 16:30||
|16:30 – 16:55||
IPv6-Only, DNS64 and DNSSEC
Jen Linkova, Google
|17:00 – 17:25||
IPv6 Extension Headers on the Internet
Eric Vyncke, Mehdi Kouhen, Ecole Polytechnique, Cisco
|17:30 – 17:50||
Disabling IPv4 at Microsoft
Marcus Keane, Microsoft
|17:55 – 18:15||
IPv6 Only Deployment and Next Steps
John Leddy, John Brzozowski, Comcast
|18:20 – 18:40||
Stefano Vissicchio, UCL
- George Michaelson
- Martin Levy
- David Ward
- Mark Townsley
- Thomas Clausen
- Antonio Carzaniga
- Christian Tschudin
- Mauro Conti
- Xiaoming Fu
- George Polyzos
- Luca Muscariello
- Dario Rossi
- Giovanna Carofiglio
- Giovanni Pau
- Jorg Ott
- Mirja Kuhlewind
- Jamie Panagos
- Jaime Miles
- Aloys Augustin
- John Brzozowski
- Jen Linkova
George Michaelson is APNIC's Senior Research and Development Officer. He explores research and development opportunities in Internet number resource management, Internet standards, and global Internet measurement and collaborative research.
George has served in this role since May 2005, and he has more than 28 years' experience in computer science, networking, Information and Communications Technology (ICT) administration and research in Australia and the United Kingdom. George participates in standards development within the IETF and has been a working group chair as well as a Request for Comment (RFC) document author.
Previously, George was the Technical Services Manager for APNIC from 2001 to mid-2005, responsible for ICT provisioning for APNIC services, as well as managing the Technical team, standards development, and technical governance and coordination.
Prior to joining APNIC, George held a series of roles focusing mostly on fundamental computer science research and development. He has worked at Leeds University, York University, University College London, the Division of Information Technology at the CSIRO in Melbourne, the University of Queensland, programming roles at Australian ISPs Access-One and connect.com.au, and as Technical Services Manager at DSTC, a cooperative ICT research centre.
In addition, George was the IETF Previous WG chair of the CRISP working group, Co-chair of the auDA Competition Panel 2001, and a founder member of the Australian chapter of ISOC.
Mr. Martin J. Levy holds the Network Strategy position at CloudFlare, based in San Francisco, California, USA. He was previously the Director, IPv6 Strategy at Hurricane Electric.
Mr. Levy has an active background in both the technical and management arenas of the Internet and Internet-related industries. He has been involved in the operational world of TCP/IP for more than 30 years. He’s also an active participant within the Internet Governance space.
Between 1981 and 1987, Mr. Levy worked at the prestigious Bell Telephone Laboratories and then after the breakup of the Bell System, at Bell Communications Research (Bellcore). His work revolved around the early days of deploying TCP/IP; including debugging of various protocol stacks. Since then, he has had a continuous operational focus. He has been involved in building numerous global IP networks in his recent career, all of which are still fully commercially operational. From 1997 to 2001 he was VP Internet Technology at Internex/Concentric Network Corporation (which became XO Communications). He worked for Telecom Italia Sparkle from 2002 to 2003. He has also been the CTO at various technology startups. Between 2008 and 2014, Mr. Levy was at Hurricane Electric where his dedication and pursuit of the unrelenting deployment of IPv6 within the global Internet is well documented online. In March 2014 he joined CloudFlare.
Mr. Levy’s dedicated focus on IPv6 has been his passion for many-many years and it stays a passion whilst at CloudFlare. Mr. Levy has shown a continuous commitment to the other members of the Internet community by participating in ICANN, IETF, RIR, **NOG and other Internet-related meetings. His role has been as a presenter, a member of program committees and as an attendee with a general advocacy for a better operational Internet.
Cisco Senior Vice President, Chief Architect, & CTO – Engineering
Dave is Chief Architect at Cisco Systems, responsible for architectural governance, defining strategy, development of new technology and leading use- inspired research. Working via tight partnerships with customers, partners, developers and academia he is also leading co-development and co-innovation initiatives. He has been the Routing Area Director at the IETF and chair of four Working Groups: IS-IS, HIP, BFD and Softwires and worked with the ITU-T, ONF and several Open Source consortia. David was also a Juniper Fellow and Chief Architect working on the operating system and next-generation routing systems. Dave has a small vineyard in the Santa Cruz Mountains, an heirloom tomato farm along the St. Croix River in Somerset, Wisconsin.
Mark Townsley, Cisco Fellow, has over 25 years of experience in embedded software development, Internet architecture, protocol design and standardization. Before Joining Cisco in 1997, he held engineering and research positions at IBM, the Institute for Systems Research (ISR) and the Center for Satellite and Hybrid Communications Networks (CSHCN. Mark served as Internet Area Director of the IETF from 2005-2009, IETF L2TP Working Group Chair from 1999-2005, IESG Liaison to the Internet Architecture Board (IAB), IETF Pseudowire WG Technical Advisor, and is co-Chair of the IETF Home Networking Working Group (Homenet). Mark was the lead developer of the original implementation of L2TP in Cisco IOS, which included scaling of the IOS virtual interface infrastructure to support the rapid growth of dial-up and broadband connectivity in the 1990s. Mark co-authored IPv6 Rapid Deployment (6rd, RFC 5969) which played a significant role in bootstrapping IPv6 deployment in the lead up to the World IPv6 Day (2011) and World IPv6 Launch (2012), events which Mark was also one of the original architects of. Mark is co-chair of the IETF Homenet Working Group and sponsored open source development in OpenWRT, providing a reference implementation of the protocols that the Homenet working group designed and documented.
Mark currently serves as the senior technical lead for the Cisco Paris Innovation and Research Laboratory (PIRL) in Paris, and works regularly with the academic and teaching community in France. A long-time lecturer at Ecole Polytechnique, Mark was added to permanent faculty as Professeur Charge de Cours in 2014. Mark also lectures on Future Internet Architectures at Telecom Paris Tech, and serves on the steering committee for its Advanced Computer Networking master’s degree.
Mark holds a Bachelor of Science (summa cum laude) degree in Electrical Engineering from Auburn University and a Master’s degree in Computer Science (magna cum laude) from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. When not traveling, Mark lives with his family in Paris, France.
A graduate of Aalborg University, Denmark (M.Sc., PhD – civilingeniør, cand.polyt), Thomas has, since 2004 been on faculty at Ecole Polytechnique, France’s premiere technical and scientific university.
At Ecole Polytechnique, Thomas leads the computer networking research group.
He has developed, and coordinates, the computer networking curriculum, and co-coordinates the Masters program in “Advanced Communication Networks” (ACN). Additionally, he coordinates the Cisco “Internet of Everything” academic chaire.
He has published more than 70 peer-reviewed academic publications (which have attracted close to 10000 citations) and has authored and edited 19 IETF Standards, has consulted for the development of IEEE 802.11s, and has contributed the routing portions of the recently ratified ITU-T G.9903 standard for G3-PLC networks – upon which, e.g., the current SmartGrid & ConnectedEnergy initiatives are built. He serves on the scientific council of SmartGridsFrance.
Antonio Carzaniga is a professor in the Faculty of Informatics at USI, Università della Svizzera italiana, Switzerland, which he joined as an assistant professor when the Faculty was founded in 2004. From 2001 to 2007 he was also an assistant research professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Antonio Carzaniga received the Laurea degree in electronics engineering and the Ph.D. degree in computer science from Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Antonio Carzaniga's primary research interests are in the areas of distributed systems and software engineering, specifically in content-based networking, information-centric networking, distributed publish/subscribe systems, middleware, software adaptability and automatic fault tolerance, and testing. He also conducted research in software configuration management and code mobility.
Christian F. Tschudin is a full professor at the University of Basel and leads the Computer Networks Group. Before joining the University of Basel, he was a PostDoc at ICSI in Berkeley and assoc prof at Uppsala University, Sweden. He earned a computer science Ph.D. at the University of Geneva and has a diploma degree in Mathematics.
Mauro Conti is an Associate Professor at the University of Padua, Italy. He obtained his Ph.D. from Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, in 2009. After his Ph.D., he was a Post-Doc Researcher at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands. In 2011 he joined as Assistant Professor the University of Padua, where he became Associate Professor in 2015. He has been Visiting Researcher at GMU (2008), UCLA (2010), UCI (2012, 2013, and 2014), and TU Darmstadt (2013). He has been awarded with a Marie Curie Fellowship (2012) by the European Commission, and with a Fellowship by the German DAAD (2013). His main research interest is in the area of security and privacy. In this area, he published more than 100 papers in topmost international peer-reviewed journals and conference. He is Associate Editor for several journals, including IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials. He was Program Chair for TRUST 2015, and General Chair for SecureComm 2012 and ACM SACMAT 2013. He is Senior Member of the IEEE.
Xiaoming Fu received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Tsinghua University, China in 2000. During 2000-2002, he was member of research staff at Telecommunication Networks Group, Technical University Berlin, Germany. Since 2002 he has been teaching at the University of Goettingen, where he has been a professor of computer science and head of the Computer Networks Group since 2007. He has spent research visits at Cambridge, Columbia, UCLA, Tsinghua, Uppsala and UPMC, and is an IEEE senior member and Distinguished Lecturer. He is coordinator of the EU FP7 GreenICN project (EU-Japan), CleanSky (ITN) and MobileCloud (IRSES) projects. For more information: http://user.informatik.uni-goettingen.de/~fu/
George C. Polyzos, Professor of Computer Science at AUEB, founded and is leading the Mobile Multimedia Laboratory (MMlab). Previously, he was Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of California, San Diego, where he was co-director of the Computer Systems Laboratory, member of the Steering Committee of the Center for Wireless Communications, and Senior Fellow of the San Diego Supercomputer Center. After joining UCSD he focused his research on Internet based multimedia and wireless communications with emphasis on multimedia dissemination, automatic media adaptation and addressing heterogeneity. More recently, Prof. Polyzos and the MMlab participated in the FP7 projects PSIRP and PURSUIT that developed the Information-Centric Networking (ICN) Publish-Subscribe Internet (PSI) architecture and the ESA-funded project φSAT, which investigated “The Role of Satellite in Future Internet Services,” and he co-authored a comprehensive survey article on ICN. Prof. Polyzos was also an organizer of the EIFFEL Think Tank, on the Steering Board of the Euro-NF Network of Excellence and head of its “Socio-Economic Aspects” and “Trust, Privacy and Security” joint research activities. Dr. Polyzos received his Diploma in EE from the National Technical University, Athens, Greece and his M.A.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Toronto. He has been reviewer or panelist for many research funding agencies, including the European Commission, the US NSF, the California MICRO program, the Swiss NSF, the European ERA-Net, and the Greek GSRT; he has also been on the editorial board and guest editor for scientific journals, on the program committees of many conferences and workshops and is currently the chair of the Steering Committee of the ACM SIGCOMM conference on Information-Centric Networking and on the Steering Committee of the Wireless and Mobile Networking Conference, WG 6.8, IFIP TC6. His current research interests include Internet architecture and protocols, ICN, mobile multimedia communications, ubiquitous computing, security, privacy, wireless networks, and performance evaluation of computer
Luca Muscariello received the MSc and PhD degrees from Politecnico di Torino, in 2002 and 2006 respectively. He is a Principal Engineer at Cisco Systems working on research and innovation for future networks. He is also a research associate at IRT SystemX leading technological research on Information-Centric Networking.
He spent ten years at Orange (former France Telecom) in the research and development division working on traffic management, large scale traffic monitoring as well as future network architectures. He also spent almost ten years working on large scale network testbeds for IP traffic engineering, and more recently on ICN. He holds more than ten patents and several publications in the domain of networking. He was TPC chair of Valuetools 2013 and ACM ICN 2014; general chair of ACM ICN 2014. He is a member of the ACM and a senior member of the IEEE and SEE.
Dario Rossi is a Professor at Telecom ParisTech (Paris, France) and Ecole Polytechnique (Palaiseau, France). He received his MSc and PhD degrees from Politecnico di Torino in 2001 and 2005 respectively, and his HDR degree from Universite Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC) in 2010. During 2003-2004, he held a visiting researcher position in the Computer Science division at University of California, Berkeley. He has coauthored 9 patents and 150 papers in leading conferences and journals, that received 3 best paper awards. He is a receipient of a Google Faculty Research Award (2015) and an IRTF Applied Network Research Prize (2016). He participated in the program committees of over 50 conferences including ACM ICN, ACM CoNEXT, IEEE INFOCOM of which he was also Distinguished Member (2015). His current research interests include Internet traffic measurement, Information centric networks and high speed networking. He is a Senior Member of IEEE and ACM.
Giovanna Carofiglio is Distinguished Engineer at Cisco Systems, where she leads the research area of Information centric networks of which she was among the pioneers, chairing the first edition of IEEE Nomen and participating in the steering committee of ACM SIGCOMM ICN.
She received the Dr Ing degree in telecommunication engineering and in electronic and telecommunication engineering, both from Politecnico di Torino, Italy, in 2004, and the PhD in telecommunication engineering jointly from Politecnico di Torino and Telecom ParisTech, Paris, France, in 2008. Her graduate reseach focused on stochastic analysis of wired and wireless networks and has been performed at Politecnico di Torino and at Ecole Normale Superieure (ENS Ulm) in the INRIA-TREC group. During 2008-2014, she was with Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, Paris working leading a research department on design and performance evaluation of content-based communication networks.
Giovanni Pau is the ATOS/Renault smart mobility Chair Professor at the University Pierre at Marie Curie, Paris France. He holds the Italian Laura in Computer Science and the PhD in Computer Engineering awarded by the University of Bologna in 1998 and 2002 respectively. Before Joining UPMC Dr. Pau was a Senior Research Scientist at the UCLA Computer Science Department where he still retains the position of Adjunct Professor.
Dr. Pau core research interests are in Network Systems with focus on Vehicular Networks and pervasive mobile sensor systems. Dr. Pau designed and developed VNDN the Named Data Network (NDN) protocol stack specifically adapted to work on mobile-to-mobile scenarios.
Dr. Pau published more than 80 papers in International Conferences and Archival Journals. His work on vehicular networks has been widely cited by the community and reported the general media including BBC Radio, Discovery Channel, The Guardian, Wired, Corriere della Sera, and the Italian National Television to name a few. In 2015 Dr. Pau served as ACM MobiCom and ACM MobiSys General Co-Chair. He regularly serves the community as TPC member or TPC Chair in several ACM/IEEE flagship conferences.
Jörg Ott is Professor for Networking Technology with a focus on Protocols, Services, and Software in the Department of Communications and Networking in the School of Electrical Engineering at Aalto University. From 1997 through early 2005, he was Assistant Professor in the Computer Networks group at the Universität Bremen and member of the Center for Computing Technologies (TZI). From 1992 through 1997 he worked as a research staff member with teaching responsibilities at TU Berlin. He received his Doctor in Engineering (Dr.-Ing.) in 1997 from Technische Universität Berlin.
His research interests are in network architectures, protocol design, and networked systems, from modeling to implementation. His current research focus areas include communication in challenged networks, particularly delay-tolerant/mobile opportunistic networking; adaptive real-time communication, information-centric networking, and network measurements. He is co-chair of the DTN Research Group in the IRTF. In the IETF, was co-chair of the MMUSIC working group from 1997 through 2009 and co-chaired the SIP working group from its foundation in 1999 to October 2002. Jörg co-founded Tellique Kommunikationstechnik GmbH (1998), which provided solutions for IP multicast-based content distribution and performance enhancements for satellite and other challenged networks; Lysatiq GmbH (2007), which provided solutions for disconnection tolerance and performance optimizations for challenged networks and mobile Internet access; Spacetime Networks Oy (2013), which provides software solutions for enabling networking (not just) in challenging industrial environments; and NeMu ("Networked Multimedia") Dialogue Systems Oy (also: callstats.io), which provides QoS and QoE monitoring and analysis for (interactive) (WebRTC-based) multimedia services.
Mirja Kühlewind is currently a Post-Doc at the Networked Systems Group of the Computer Engineering and Networks Laboratory at ETH Zurich. She received here PhD in 2015 from the University of Stuttgart where she worked on protocol design and TCP congestion control at Institute of Communication Networks and Computer Engineering (IKR). Currently her research interests additionally include Internet measurements with a focus on middlebox impairments and cooperation. Mirja is the project coordinator of a new EU research project in this area: Measurement and Architecture for a Middleboxed Internet (MAMI). Further, she will serve as a Transport Area Director for the next two year in the IETF, where she currently is (still) co-chair of the IETF RTP Media Congestion Avoidance Techniques (rmcat) and TCP increased security (tcpinc) working group, as well as the Measurement and Analysis for Protocols research group (maprg) in the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF).
Jamie Panagos is currently a Principal Architect at Time Warner Cable where he runs an engineering team responsible for the storage and delivery of video content to next-generation devices over IP. Before TWC, Jamie focused on networking while working at Juniper Networks, where he was a lead within their ‘Professional Services’ service provider and large enterprise practice. He also worked at BBN/GTEi/Genuity/Level(3) Communications, where he was a Senior Engineer concentrating on backbone and MPLS engineering. Jamie holds a JNCIE-M/T (#445) and a JNCIE-ER (#50) and authored ‘This Week: Deploying MPLS’ as well as ‘JUNOS Day One: Monitoring and Troubleshooting’.
Jaime Miles is the Time Warner Cable Group Vice President for Content Services and Next Generation Client Development. Jaime’s team is responsible for the architecture, engineering, development and operations of Time Warner Cable’s linear and on demand video infrastructure. His team also builds and operates Time Warner Cable’s IP video clients. Prior to joining Time Warner Cable Jaime worked for Level 3 Communications where he held various roles including a 3 years assignment to London to lead the product, engineering, and operations teams responsible for introducing CDN and Vyvx Video services into the European market. Jaime currently serves on the boards of streamingvideoalliance.org and BeautifulResponse.org. Jaime holds a M.B.A. from Colorado Christian University and a Bachelors Degree from the University of Colorado. In 2013 Jaime participated in the SCTE-Tuck University Executive Leadership Program.
Aloÿs is a graduate student in networking, currently following the master program “Advanced Communication Networks” from Université Paris-Saclay. Before this, he studied Networks and Security at École Polytechnique. His work on Segment Routing content hunting for CDNs as an intern at Cisco granted him a Research Internship Award from École Polytechnique’s jury. His other projects include an implementation of the Segment Routing Header in the Linux kernel, optimising custom memory allocators for Intersec, and research on the LoRaWAN IoT protocol.
John Jason Brzozowski, Fellow and Chief IPv6 Architect
Comcast Cable Communications
A proven technology leader John has been the driving force behind Comcast’s IPv6 transition and deployment since the program began in 2005. His accomplishments and success leading Comcast’s IPv6 deployment are recognized around the globe. John’s tireless efforts continue as he advances the adoption of IPv6 across all of Comcast’s infrastructure and services. He leverages his expertise and experience to drive the adoption and implementation of IPv6 in the real world and at scale, ensuring that innovative solutions are in place to support traditional and next generation services. His pioneering work has had significant impacts not only within Comcast but also across the entire cable industry and beyond. He has and continues to be instrumental in encouraging the adoption of IPv6 across the broadband, content, and consumer electronics ecosystems.
Jen Linkova has been a Network Engineer at Google for almost 6 years(first in Sydney, Australia, then in Zurich, Switzerland).
Prior to joining Google, she worked for Cisco, a Cisco Gold partner and some Russian ISPs. Jen's areas of interest includes, first of all, IPv6 as well as various core network technologies.
Jen is a frequent presenter on various conferences such as RIPE, Ausnog etc, mostly on IPv6-related topic. In 2014 she became a co-chair of RIPE IPv6 Working Group.
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