Roksana Boreli appointed at Elsevier Computer Networks Editorial Board
Congratulation to Dr. Roksana Boreli on her new appointment at Elsevier Computer Networks Editorial Board
Runner-up Best Paper Award
Following paper has been selected as the runner-up for the best paper award at In MONAMI 2012, 4th International Conference on Mobile Networks and Management.
Xi Li, Olivier Mehani, Roksana Boreli, Ramón Agüero, Yasir Zaki, Umar Toseef, Evaluating User-centric Multihomed Flow Management for Mobile Devices in Simulated Heterogeneous Networks.
Paper Acceptance at ACM IMC 2012
Following paper has been accepted to the AMC IMC 2012. Well done team!
Zhenyu Li, Jiali Lin, Marc-Ismael Akodjenou-Jeannin, and Gaogang Xie, Mohamed Ali Kaafar, Yun Jin and Gang Peng, Watching Video from Everywhere: a Study of the PPTV Mobile VoD System, ACM IMC 2012.
Internship Awards from ETH Zurich
Congratulations to our PhD students Tina Yu and Mantari Djatmiko (ATP) for receiving internships at ETH Zurich.
Tina has been awarded a 2 months internship and Mentari has been awarded a 3 months internship in the Computer Engineering and Networks Laboratory at ETH during late 2012.
Paper Acceptances - MSWIM 2012
Following papers have been accepted for publication at MSWIM 2012. Congratulations to the teams!
Peter Höfner, Rob van Glabbeek, Wee Lum Tan, Marius Portmann, Annabelle McIver, Ansgar Fehnker. A Rigorous Analysis of AODV and its Variants.
Kanchana Thilakarathna, Henrik L. Petander, Julien Mestre, Aruna Seneviratne. Enabling Mobile Distributed Social Networking on Smartphones.
Yuri Tselishchev, Athanassios Boulis. Effects of Sensor-to-Sensor Link Modeling on Body Area Network Simulations.
David Smith, Athanassios Boulis, Yuri Tselishchev. Efficient Conditional-Probability Link Modeling Capturing Temporal Variations in Body Area Networks.
Paper Acceptance - LCN 2012
Following paper has been accepted for publication for LCN 2012. Congratulations to the team!
Yin, Wei; Hu, Peizhao; Indulska, Jadwiga; Portmann, Marius; Guerin, Jonathan. Robust MAC Rate Control Mechanism for 802.11 wireless networks.
iAwards 2012 Winners - NICTA and RMS Sydney Harbour Bridge Sensor Technology Trials (July 2012)
Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) together with NICTA won two AIIA iAwards in Sydney on the 2nd of July.
The concept was developed by RMS’ Peter Mann who is the Asset Manager of Strategic Infrastructure and the system was developed by the NICTA’s team led by NRG Senior Researcher Athanassis Boulis.
Max Ott – SIGCOMM Rising Star Awards Committee (June 2012)
Max Ott has been invited to serve on the ACM SIGCOMM "Rising Star" Award Committee for year 2012.
Each year, ACM SIGCOMM presents a "Rising Star" Award, recognising a young researcher - an individual no older than 35 - who has made outstanding research contributions to the field of communication networks during the early part of his or her career.
Aruna Seneviratne - EU Expert Panel (June 2012)
Aruna Seneviratne was invited as an external expert for reviewing EU FP7-ICT proposals.
Mathieu Cunche - Best Paper Award Runner Up at WoWMoM 2012 (June 2012)
Following paper by Mathieu Cunche (who was with NICTA at the time of paper submission and now working with INRIA) has been a runner up of the Best Paper Award at WoWMoM 2012. Well Done!
Title: I Know Who You Will Meet This Evening! Linking Wireless Devices Using Wi-Fi Probe Requests
Authors: Mathieu Cunche, Mohamed Ali Kaafar, Roksana Boreli
International Networks Research Group Seminar Series(June 2012)
The Networks Research Group has started an International Research Seminar series. The first seminar was successfully held on 7 June 2012. The speaker was Dr Janne Lindqvist from Rutgetrs University who presented a seminar on “Expectation and Purpose: Understanding Users' Mental Models of Mobile App Privacy through Crowdsourcing” from the US via video conference. The seminar was simultaneously broadcast to all NICTA Labs in Australia.
The presentation can be found here http://www.winlab.rutgers.edu/~janne/.
Badumna Network Suite (Scalify) May 2012
The Distributed Game Platform project team have developed a fully decentralised network platform for massively multiplayer online (MMO) applications that is highly scalable, reliable, secure and cost effective. The product code-named "Badumna" is a world-first technology platform that has been successfully trialled by online game publishers around the world.
Following the successful trials, the team managed to launch a commercial product offering and raise $2 million dollars in venture funding to spin-out a company. For more details on the project, visit the company website: www.scalify.com