A collection of photos from the IETF 98 meeting held 26-31 March in Chicago, Illinois, United States.
Before IETF 98 began, the IETF Hackathon was in full swing.
Applied Network Research Prize winner Alistair King presents his research at IETF 98 Chicago 26/03/2017
Applied Network Research Prize winner Yossi Gilad presents his research at IETF 98 Chicago 26/03/2017
David Clark speaking on the question:What is the relationship between Internet Protocols and Human Rights? During the IETF 98 Plenary on Wednesday, 29 March 2017 Niels ten Oever, Head of Digital for Article 19, and David Clark, Senior Research Scientist at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, tackled this question. They offered different perspectives on the role human rights considerations should play in the Internet protocols and, in particular, how these considerations ought to factor into the work of the IETF. (L to R: Niels ten Oever, David Clark, Lee Howard)
Outgoing IETF Chair Jari Arkko speaking at the IETF 98 technical Plenary, Chicago 29/03/2017
Incoming IETF Chair Alissa Cooper speaks during IETF 98 Plenary on Wednesday, 29 March 2017.
John Mattsson, senior specialist at Ericsson Security Research speaking as part of the IETF Host Speaker Series on ‘The real deal on cellular security’ during the IETF98 meeting in Chicago, Thursday, 30th, March 2017.
IETF 98 Wrap up video with Jari Arkko and Alissa Cooper, Friday, 31 March 2017.