How can M-Lab’s data and platform be used to improve the experience of the Internet for the end user? Measurement Lab is seeking three Research Fellows to expand Internet performance research beyond the measurement and optimization for bandwidth. Fellows will utilize M-Lab’s longitudinal, open dataset and/or platform to identify under-recognized Internet performance metrics that can be used to improve end user performance.
Internet performance is often measured by download and upload “speed” but there are other metrics that can help measure connectivity, such as latency, bufferbloat and a more recently discussed metric: responsiveness. Join us next Wednesday, August 25, 2021 from 11am-12:30pm Eastern for a conversation with Internet Measurement researchers with expertise and interest in each of these metrics including: