DNS and Internet Naming Research Directions (DINR) will be a workshop to discuss the research landscape around DNS and Internet naming – what are the important problems and the tools you need to get there.
We are interested in understanding new research opportunities and the role of research infrastructure around DNS and Internet naming.
If you’re interested in joining us, please submit a one-page abstract about what you want to talk about. By default we will make all abstracts available to workshop participants, but will keep abstracts private on request. Abstracts will be reviewed by the program chairs for topicality and to organize discussion. Submissions should be at least 9 point fonts on 8.5x11 inch paper.
For folks interested in attending but not presenting, please submit a short abstract so we know who you are. In the abstract, say you don’t want to present, but please use a sentence or two to indicating your interests in attending the workshop. We expect to give priority to presenters, but we welcome people interested in adding to the conversation even without a formal presentation slot.
We are looking for an open workshop with discussion. We will strictly limit talks to 10 minutes
The output of this workshop will be a short report to be published in the editorial section of ACM CCR.
Our hope is to grow the community of researchers, and to help identify new directions and needs to research supporters (such as NSF and DHS).
The results of this workshop will also drive some requirements for our DNS Research Testbed we are defining.
The workshop will be hosted at the University of Southern California / Information Sciences Institute.
Please submit questions or feedback to John Heidemann.
|Results to submitters:||October 11, 2016|
|“Camera-ready” absracts:||October 26, 2016|
|Workshop:||November 17, 2016|
Unfortunately, this workshop conflicts with the IETF’s upcoming 97th conference. If you’re attending the IETF instead of this workshop, fear not! Wes Hardaker will be hosting a traditional IETF bar-BOF in Seoul to discuss these topics. If you would like to attend that alternate session in Seoul, please contact him to be included in the agenda planning and location announcements.
This workshop will be available at no cost to participants with approved abstracts.
This workshop is being hosted by USC/ISI as part of the PINEST project (NSF award 1513213).