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  • Suggested IETF 114 Sessions for Getting Familiar with New Topics

    This list of sessions at the IETF 114 meeting are likely to include discussions and new proposals that are accessible to a broad range of Internet technologists whether they are new to the IETF or long-time participants.

      19 Jul 2022
    • The value of in-person collaboration

      As the world slowly recovers from COVID-19, in-person meetings at IETF and other organizations are coming back.

      • Grant GrossIETF Blog Reporter
      15 Jul 2022
    • A New Model for the RFC Editor Function

      The new RFC Editor Model is intended to provide greater transparency, improved responsiveness to the needs of the community, and increased clarity regarding the roles and responsibilities of the groups and individuals involved.

      • Peter Saint-Andre
      30 Jun 2022
    • IETF updates HTTP specifications, publishes HTTP/3

      The IETF has been busy working on updates to the specifications that make up HTTP, one of the most widely used protocols on the Internet, and documenting them in several RFCs published this month.

      • Grant GrossIETF Blog Reporter
      24 Jun 2022
    • Finalizing the IETF tools transition

      The final stage of transitioning services from tools.ietf.org will take place over the next few weeks. New services are in place, and some older services will disappear. Several measures are planned to ensure these final steps proceed smoothly.

      • Robert SparksIETF Tools Project Manager
      17 Jun 2022

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    Applied Networking Research Prize presentations at IETF 105

      28 Aug 2019

      Once again at IETF 105, a highlight of the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF) Open session was presentations by recent winners of the Applied Networking Research Prize (ANRP).

      The Applied Networking Research Prize (ANRP) is awarded each year for recent results in applied networking research that are relevant to shipping Internet products and related standardization efforts. A goal of the ANRP is to recognize the best new ideas in networking and provide them with greater visibility with the IETF and IRTF communities. Prize winners are offered the opportunity to present and participate in-person at an upcoming IETF meeting. These presentations spark discussion among the engineers, network operators, policy makers, and scientists at an IETF meeting about the work of the ANRP awardees. 

      Neta Rosen Schiff presents at the ANRP portion of the IETF 105 IRTF Open session
      ANRP awardee Neta Rosen Schiff presents on NTP security during the IETF 105 IRTF Open session.

      At IETF 105, a presentation by Neta Rozen Schiff covered work on Network Time Protocol (NTP) security, while Taejoong Chung shared his work on the role of registrars in Domain Name System security. Schiff’s presentation was based on the paper “Preventing (Network) Time Travel with Chronos”, which was previously submitted to the Network and Distributed Systems Security (NDSS) Symposium 2018. Chung talked about his paper “Understanding the Role of Registrars in DNSSEC Deployment” which was previously presented at the ACM Internet Measurement Conference (IMC) in November 2017.

      ANRP awardee Taejoong Chung presents the role of registrars in Domain Name System security during the IRTF Open session at IETF 105.
      ANRP awardee Taejoong Chung presents the role of registrars in Domain Name System security during the IRTF Open session at IETF 105.

      See the full presentations at IETF 105 on the IETF YouTube channel. Nominations for the next round of Applied Networking Research Prizes are expected to open in the next few months. Be sure to consider nominating relevant work by keeping an eye on the ANRP webpage or following the IRTF on Twitter to get the latest updates.

      Photos: © Stonehouse Photographic/IETF


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