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Research Seminar on 18.11.2019 16:00
Room 03.07.023

Interrupts in User Space Network Drivers

Final talk for Master's Thesis
Thomas Zwickl (Emmerich)

Research Seminar on 25.11.2019 16:00
Room 03.07.023

Assessment of Private Inference Methods for Deep Neural Networks in Autonomous Driving

Intermediate talk for Master's Thesis
Daniel Federschmidt (Kinkelin, Jaeger)

Browser-based LaTeX-editor for TUMexam

Intermediate talk for Bachelor's Thesis
Adrian Ferdinand Pesch (Günther, Leclaire, Naab, Jaeger)

Research Seminar on 27.11.2019 16:00
Room 03.07.023

Performance-Evaluation of Software Dataplanes

Final talk for Master's Thesis
Maximilian Endraß (Scholz, Gallenmüller, Stubbe)

01.01.2020
2020 IEEE 17th Annual Consumer Communications & Networking Conference (CCNC) (CCNC 2020)

NCSbench: Reproducible Benchmarking Platform for Networked Control Systems

The evolution of the Internet of Things accelerated the development of Cyber-Physical Systems. Among them, Networked Control Systems (NCS) gained notable attention thanks to their application to industrial operations. Experimental NCS require expertise from control, computation, and communication disciplines. This requirement, together with the fragmentation of implementation platforms and experimental investigations, represents a challenge for the reproducibility and comparison of research results. In this paper, we tackle this problem by proposing a novel NCS benchmarking methodology that aids the reproducibility of NCS experiments. Relying on a novel approach to model the architectural elements and the delays of NCS, the methodology defines the experiment parameters and the relevant Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that need to be observed during its execution. Furthermore, we detail the implementation of the first reproducible benchmarking platform for NCS. The proposed platform is open-source and designed to be easily reproducible and extensible by anyone. Finally, we replicate and evaluate the platform following the proposed NCS benchmarking methodology. The experimental results evaluate and compare the KPIs during the execution of the platform in different benchmarking scenarios, proving the validity of the proposed benchmarking methodology.

Authors: Samuele Zoppi, Onur Ayan, Fabio Molinari, Zenit Music, Sebastian Gallenmüller, Georg Carle, Wolfgang Kellerer

01.12.2019
Proceedings of the 2019 CoNEXT Student Workshop

On the Learnability of Software Router Performance via CPU Measurements

Authors: Charles Shelbourne, Leonardo Linguaglossa, Aldo Lipani, Tianzhu Zhang, Fabien Geyer

01.10.2019
Proceedings of the Internet Measurement Conference

Prefix Top Lists: Gaining Insights with Prefixes from Domain-based Top Lists on DNS Deployment

Authors: Johannes Naab, Patrick Sattler, Jonas Jelten, Oliver Gasser, Georg Carle

01.09.2019
arXiv: Distributed, Parallel, and Cluster Computing (cs.DC); Networking and Internet Architecture (cs.NI)

Galois Field Arithmetics for Linear Network Coding using AVX512 Instruction Set Extensions

Authors: Stephan M. Günther, Nicolas Appel, Georg Carle

01.09.2019
ACM/IEEE Symposium on Architectures for Networking and Communications Systems (ANCS 2019), Best Paper Award

The Case for Writing Network Drivers in High-Level Programming Languages

Authors: Paul Emmerich, Simon Ellmann, Fabian Bonk, Alex Egger, Esaú García Sánchez-Torija, Thomas Günzel, Sebastian Di Luzio, Alexandru Obada, Maximilian Stadlmeier, Sebastian Voit, Georg Carle

01.09.2019
ACM/IEEE Symposium on Architectures for Networking and Communications Systems (ANCS 2019)

User Space Network Drivers

Authors: Paul Emmerich, Maximilian Pudelko, Simon Bauer, Stefan Huber, Thomas Zwickl, Georg Carle

01.09.2019
2nd P4 Workshop in Europe (EUROP4)

Cryptographic Hashing in P4 Data Planes

Authors: Dominik Scholz, Andreas Oeldemann, Fabien Geyer, Sebastian Gallenmüller, Henning Stubbe, Thomas Wild, Andreas Herkersdorf, Georg Carle

24.09.2019
ANCS'19: Best Paper Award

Best Paper Award at ANCS 2019

Our publication The Case for Writing Network Drivers in High-Level Programming Languages has been awarded with the Best Paper Award at the ACM/IEEE Symposium on Architectures for Networking and Communications Systems (ANCS'19) in Cambridge, United Kingdom.

The publication ...

29.03.2019
PAM'19: Best Dataset Award

Best Dataset Award at PAM 2019

The publication "A First Look at QNAME Minimization in the Domain Name System" has been awarded with the Best Dataset Award at the Passive and Active Measurement (PAM) Conference (PAM'19).

The publication is an international collaboration with Wouter B. ...

02.11.2018
IMC'18: Community Contribution Award

Community Contribution Award at IMC 2018

The publication "A Long Way to the Top: Significance, Structure, and Stability of Internet Top Lists" has been awarded with the Community Contribution Award at the ACM SIGCOMM Internet Measurement Conference (IMC'18).

The publication is an international collaboration with ...

03.07.2018
IEEE ComSoc ITC Best Paper Award 2017

I8 team awarded IEEE ComSoc ITC Best Paper Award for 2017

A team from TUM's Chair of Network Architectures and Services have been awarded the IEEE ComSoc ITC Best Paper Award 2017. This award honors the best paper in the set of IEEE ComSoc ITC sponsored conferences ...

27.03.2018
PAM'18: Best Paper Award

Best Paper Award at PAM 2018

The publication "In Log We Trust: Revealing Poor Security Practices with Certificate Transparency Logs and Internet Measurements" has been awarded with the Best Paper Award at the Passive and Active Measurement Conference (PAM'18). The publication is the result of an international ...