On November 14 we had a group lunch near ISI to celebrate the completion of Joao Ceron’s visit from the University of Twente as a visiting scholar, to welcome Asma Enayet to the group as a new PhD student, and to welcome Hang Guo’s son into the world. (Hang was understandably not able to make the lunch.) Happy Thanksgiving to all!
Tag: visiting scholar
We would like to thank Kensuke Fukuda for joining us as a visiting scholar from April 2017 to February 2018. This visit was his second to our group, and it was great having Fukuda-san back with us while he continues his work with the National Institute of Informatics in Japan.
Kensuke’s first visit resulted in it development of DNS backscatter, a new technique that can detect scanners and spammers in IPv4. On this visit he worked with us to understand how to adapt DNS backscatter to IPv6. A paper about this work appears at ACM IMC 2018.
We had a going away lunch with Kensuke, his family, and part of the ANT lab in February 2018. Because it was during the regular week, several lab members were unable to attend.
We would like to thank Ricardo Schmidt for joining us as a visiting scholar from October 2015 to February 2016. Ricardo visited us from the University of Twente in the Netherlands, and brought his passion for DNS and anycast.
A paper about some technical results from his visit will appear as a technical report shortly.
We sent him off in February 2016 with an ANT group lunch.
We would like to thank Kensuke Fukuda for joining us as a visiting scholar from September 2014 to January 2015. It was great having Fukuda-san join us from the National Institute of Informatics in Japan and share is interest in network measurement and DNS.
Watch here for details about the technical results of his visit. For now though, a photo of our going-away lunch with Kenuske, his family, and most of rest of the ANT lab taken in January 2015.