Fabián Bustamante

Fabián Bustamante

Northwestern University

Subject: TBA

David Choffnes

David Choffnes

Northeastern University

Subject: TBA

Andra Lutu

Andra Lutu

Telefónica Research

Subject: TBA

Casey Deccio

Casey Deccio

Brigham Young University

Subject: TBA


Accepted Posters

Adam Berman Meraki, USA Owning the Beacon: A combined approach to outage detection at enterprise scale
Alexander Gamero-Garrido CAIDA & UC San Diego, USA Automatically Classifying the Organizational Role of Autonomous Systems to Estimate the Potential Impact of Country-Specific Topological Vulnerabilities
Byungjin Jun Aqualab, Northwestern University, USA QUICed - A QUIC tunnel for challenged networks
Camila Faundez CISCO Systems, USA Disaster-Resilient WANs using Software Defined Networks]{Disaster-Resilient WANs using Software Defined Networks: Enabling Critical Communication in Natural Disaster Scenarios
Daniela Ruz NIC Labs, Universidad de Chile, Chile HTTP/2 optimization for the Internet of things
Devki Nandan Jha School of Computing, Newcastle University, UK SmartDBO: Smart Docker Benchmarking Orchestrator for Web-application
Diego Madariaga NIC Labs, Universidad de Chile, Chile Simulating anomalous events in normal DNS traffic data
Eduardo Riveros CLCERT, Universidad de Chile, Chile Concentration Analysis of Chilean ccTLD-dependant Internet Services
Edwin Boza DiSEL, Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral, Ecuador Understanding container initialization times
Fabricio Mazzola Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil A Decade of Backbone Evolution of the Brazilian Academic Network: observations from the perspective of the routers
Ivana Bachmann NIC Labs, Universidad de Chile, Chile Modelling the interactions between the Internet backbone and the BGP network
Lars Prehn FG INET, Max Planck Institute for Informatics Saarbrücken, Germany Patch me if you can: Analyzing the potential of data sources to reveal the Internet’s AS topology
Leandro Mondin Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil Methodology for Quality Assessment of Connectivity in Autonomous Systems
Martin Panza CISCO Systems, USA DNS Traffic Forecasting for Fast Anomaly Detection Using Deep Neural Networks
Moritz Mueller SIDN & University of Twente, Netherlands Who's asking: Profiling Recursive Resolvers
Pedro Marcos Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil Understanding how does AS-PATH Prepending can compromise Internet routing security
Shichang Xu University of Michigan, USA MobiQuery: a search engine for understanding mobile network performance
Tiago Heinrich Santa Catarina State University, Brazil Characterization of Multiprotocol DRDoS Attacks
Timm Boettger Queen Mary University of London, England Secure Transports for DNS: The Case for DNS-over-HTTPs
Yruí Neris Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil Quadratic assignment problem applied to the topologies mapping of telecommunications optical networks

Travel Grants

Thanks to ACM SIGCOMM, we will provide grants for travel and lodging, up to USD$750 for Latin American students and up to USD$1,500 for students applying from other places. The total available is USD$20,000. The committee will assign the grants on a first come first serve basis together with the poster evaluation, until the maximum is reached. The grant is reimbursement-based after ACM analyzes and approve the expenses report. The money will be reimbursed directly by ACM to each student.

Call for Posters

The XX edition of the Passive and Active Measurement Conference will include for the first time a PhD School with a Poster Session. The School will be on March 27, 2019 at Hotel Cumbres Puerto Varas (PAM 2019 venue).

The poster session is an opportunity for young researchers and students to discuss their early/ongoing work, tools, and datasets with attendees to PAM. The poster session is not a publication venue, but serves as a forum to exchange ideas with peers from the community.

Topics of interest include all topics listed in the general PAM 2019 call-for-papers and also it is open to other network related work. As a poster session, we look for early work of interest to the community, even if it is not yet complete, and for tools or datasets that are of use to the community, even if the tool or dataset by itself may not warrant a full paper.

The poster session chair is professor Sandra Céspedes, please contact her for questions.

Submission link: this Google Form.

Important Dates:

  • January 15, 2019: Submission deadline.
  • January 20, 2019: Notification.
  • February 28, 2019: Conference Hotel Registration.

Review process, criteria and submissions guidelines

Submissions should not be previously published in a workshop, conference, or journal. Previously presented poster and demo ideas are ok, as are descriptions of previously published tools/datasets that have new features.

We expect to lightly review submissions for appropriateness, and we may prioritize for time. The hard deadline for poster submission is January 15, 2019 AOE. Notification will be one week later.

The submission format is text-only abstracts, along with a title, author names and affiliations. You are limited to 3,000 characters, and we will not accept or review any PDFs.