Come learn about the exciting research that the M-Lab Fellows completed during their fellowship!
In December 2021 we opened a call for M-Lab Fellows to use our data and tools for Internet Research, generously supported by Internet Society. The fellows were selected for the merit, rigor, and feasibility of their proposed project as well as their research’s relevance to improvement for end-user Internet performance. On Wednesday, July 6, 2022 11-2pm EDT the M-Lab Fellows will present more about their research and development outcomes.
Join us to learn from the Fellows and provide feedback for future work! Presentations will be technical, but we welcome all areas of expertise. To RSVP, please register here.
Presentations will be 20-30 minutes with time for Q/A after and a 15 minute break between sessions. All times EDT.
|Localizing Neutrality Violations
|Led by Zeinab Shmeis, supported by Muhammad Abdullah and Pavlos Nikolopoulos
|Control-Plane-Triggered Traffic Performance Degradation Detection and NDTGuide, a Python package for NDT
|Inferring QoE from active and passive measurements
Sessions will be recorded and posted online.