The ANRW ’23 took place at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square, co-located with the IETF-117 meeting, on 24 July 2023.
Times are given in America/Pacific (San Francisco) time zone.
Welcome and Keynote
Keynote: It’s the End of DRAM As We Know It
Research Papers: IoT, Programmable Networks, Network Measurement
It’s Not Where You Are, It’s Where You Are Registered: IoT Location Impact on MUD
PINOT: Programmable Infrastructure for Networking
Crisis, Ethics, Reliability & a measurement.network: Reflections on Active Network Measurements in Academia
Research Papers: Network Measurement, Security and Privacy
Evaluating the Benefits: Quantifying the Effects of TCP Options, QUIC, and CDNs on Throughput
Mapping the Ukrainian Refugee Crisis Using Internet Measurements
Not-So-Low Hanging Fruit: Security and Privacy Research Opportunities for IETF Protocols
Research Papers: DNS and BGP
Lowering the Barriers to Working with Public RIR-Level Data
Call for Collaboration: DNS Integrations
Gotta Query ‘Em All, Again! Repeatable Name Resolution with Full Dependency Provenance
Enabling Multi-hop ISP-Hypergiant Collaboration
Daisy: Practical Anomaly Detection in large BGP/MPLS and BGP/SRv6 VPN Networks
Proceedings of the Applied Networking Research Workshop 2023 are available from the ACM Digital Library.
The recordings from the workshop are available on YouTube in three parts: