Tuesday 18.6 – TMA Experts Summit

Room: Amphithéâtre Jean-Baptiste Say

08:45 – 17:30TMA Experts Summit

Chair: Jérémie Leguay (Huawei)

  • Detecting Network Outages using Different Sources of Data
    Cristel Pelsser, professor at the University of Strasbourg, France
  • Looking for Hypergiants in PeeringDB
    Steve Uhlig, Professor at Queen Mary University of London, UK

Chair: Marco Fiore (CNR)

  • Distributed Machine Learning over Networks
    Francis Bach, researcher at INRIA and adjunct Professor at Ecole Normale Supérieure
  • Deep Learning for Recommender Systems
    Alexandros Karatzoglou, Scientific Director at Telefonica Research, Barcelona

Chair: Isabelle Chrisment (Loria)

  • Human Behavior is Low Dimensional
    Mark Crovella, Professor at Boston University, USA
  • ReCon: Revealing and Controlling Privacy Leaks from Mobile Devices
    David Choffnes, Professor at Northeastern University, USA

Chair: Pedro Casas (AIT)

  • The 5 Ws of Network Monitoring for SDN-based IDPS
    Sandra Scott-Hayward, Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at Queen’s University Belfast (QUB), UK
  • When Completion Challenges Current Human Mobility Understanding
    Aline Viana, permanent INRIA Research Scientist, France

Detailed program available here

18:00 – 19:00Visit to the Arts et Métiers Museum

19:00 – 21:30Welcome reception at Cafés des Techniques

Wednesday 19.6 – TMA Conference Day 1

Room: Amphithéâtre Robert Faure

08:30 – 09:00Welcome message – Stefano Secci and Stéphane Lefebvre (Cnam), Isabelle Chrisment (Loria), Marco Fiore (CNR)

09:00 – 10:00   KeynoteNetwork monitoring in the age of “deep” network programmability

Laurent Vanbever, tenure-track assistant professor at ETH Zürich, Switzerland.

Chair: Pascal Mérindol (Université de Strasbourg)

10:00 – 10:30Coffee Break

10:30 – 12:00Session I – Inter-domain affairs: outages, geolocation and trust across AS, chaired by Stefano Secci (Cnam)

  1. Chocolatine: Outage Detection for Internet Background Radiation
    Andreas Guillot (University of Strasbourg), Romain Fontugne (IIJ Research Lab), Philipp Winter (CAIDA, UC San Diego), Pascal Merindol (University of Strasbourg), Alistair King and Alberto Dainotti (CAIDA, UC San Diego), and Cristel Pelsser (University of Strasbourg)
  2. Geo-locating BGP prefixes
    Philipp Winter, Ramakrishna Padmanabhan, Alistair King, and Alberto Dainotti (CAIDA, UC San Diego)
  3. Filtering the Noise to Reveal Inter-Domain Lies
    Julián Martín Del Fiore and Pascal Merindol (University of Strasbourg), Valerio Persico (University of Napoli Federico II), Cristel Pelsser (University of Strasbourg), and Antonio Pescapè (University of Napoli Federico II)
  4. BGP hijacking classification
    Shinyoung Cho (Stony Brook University), Romain Fontugne and Kenjiro Cho (IIJ Research Lab), Alberto Dainotti (CAIDA, UC San Diego), and Phillipa Gill (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)

12:00 – 13:00Lunch

13:00 – 14:30PhD School poster session, chaired by Roland van Rijswijk-Deij (University of Twente) and Cristel Pelsser (University of Strasbourg)

  1. DNS Traffic Forecasting for Fast Anomaly Detection Using Deep Neural Networks
    Diego Madariaga (University of Chile / NICLabs)
  2. Internet Measurements on EdgeNet
    Kévin Vermeulen (Sorbonne Université)
  3. Mapping Latin American IXPs
    Esteban Carisimo (University of Buenos Aires)
  4. SmartDBO: Smart Docker Benchmarking Orchestrator for Web-application
    Devki Nandan Jha (Newcastle University)
  5. Trust and Reputation Systems to Assess Resilience Management in Softwarized Networks
    Alessio Diamanti (Orange Labs/Cnam)
  6. The Early Detection of Phishing Domains
    Kaspar Hageman (Aalborg University)
  7. It’s Time to Lie: The DNS TTL Mismatch Problem
    Raffaele Sommese (University of Twente)
  8. Are Darknets All The Same? On Darknet Visibility for Security Monitoring
    Francesca Soro (Politecnico di Torino)
  9. Improving Stream-Based Active Learning by Reinforcement Learning
    Sarah Wasserman (Inria Paris)
  10. Oblivious routing: static routing prepared against network traffic and link failures
    Thibaut Cuvelier (Orange Labs/CentralSupElec)
  11. Toward Effective Mobile Encrypted Traffic Classification through Deep Learning
    Antonio Montieri (University of Napoli Federico II)
  12. Exploiting Big Data for traffic management in SDN
    Martino Trevisan (Politecnico di Torino)
  13. 5G network design: Modeling and Optimization
    Wesley da Silva Coelho (Orange Labs/Cnam)
  14. Routing Inconsistencies at the FIB level
    Julian Martin del Fiore (University of Strasbourg)
  15. Split-and-Merge: detecting unknown botnets
    Agathe Blaise (Thales/LIP6)
  16. Measuring and Predicting the Performance of Cellular Links from the Edge
    Ermias Walelgne (Aalto University)
  17. Finding long lasting BGP events and periodicities
    Lorenzo Ariemma (Roma Tre University)
  18. DSTC: DNS-based Strict TLS Configurations
    Eman Alashwali, University of Oxford

14:30 – 16:00Session II – Are you experienced: QoE, streaming and Clouds, chaired by Narseo Vallina Rodriguez (IMDEA Networks)

  1. The ODDness of Webpages
    Marcin Furtak and Mike P. Wittie (Montana State University)
  2. Inferring Netflix User Experience from Broadband Network Measurement
    Sharat Chandra Madanapalli, Hassan Habibi Gharakheili, and Vijay Sivaraman (UNSW Sydney)
  3. Comparative Analysis of Adult Video Streaming Services: Characteristics and Workload
    Raymond Yu, Callan Christophersen, Yo-Der Song, and Aniket Mahanti (The University of Auckland)
  4. Inferring the Deployment of Top Domains over Public Clouds using DNS Data
    Quentin Jacquemart (CNRS, Université Côte d’Azur) and Clément Pigout and Guillaume Urvoy-Keller (Université Côte d’Azur, I3S)

16:00 – 16:30Coffee Break

16:30 – 18:00Demo session, chaired by Luigi Iannone (Telecom ParisTech), Xuan Liu (AT&T Labs) and José Sanchez (Orange)

  1. Demonstrating the Cost of Collecting In-Network Measurements for High-Speed VNFs
    Leonardo Linguaglossa (Telecom ParisTech), Fabien Geyer (Airbus), Wenqin Shao and Frank Brockners (Cisco Systems Inc.), and Georg Carle (Technical University Munich)
  2. Autonomous IoT Device Identification Prototype
    Nesrine Ammar and Ludovic Noirie (Nokia Bell Labs France) and Sébastien Tixeuil (CNRS, LIP6 Sorbonne University)
  3. Unified and Automated Fault Management Platform for Optical Networks
    Yekta Turk (Ericsson Research), Engin Zeydan (Centre Technologic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya), and Fatih Mercimek and Engin Danisman (Turk Telekommunikasyon A.S.)
  4. Let me Decrypt your Beauty: Real-time Prediction of Video Resolution and Bitrate for Encrypted Video Streaming
    Sarah Wassermann (INRIA Paris), Michael Seufert (University of Würzburg/AIT Austrian Institute of Technology), Pedro Casas (AIT Austrian Institute of Technology), and Li Gang and Kuang Li (Huawei Technologies)
  5. Energy Savings & Resiliency with Closed Loop Platform Automation
    John Browne, Krzysztof Kepka, Patrick Kutch, and Sunku Ranganath (Intel Corporation)

20:00 – 22:30Social dinner and Awards, Musée du Vin

Thursday 20.6 – TMA Conference Day 2

Room: Amphithéâtre Robert Faure

09:00 – 10:00Keynote – Machine Learning for Data Streams

Albert Bifet, Professor at Telecom ParisTech, France.

Chair: Isabelle Chrisment (Loria)

10:00 – 10:30Coffee Break

10:30 – 12:00 Session III – Know thy network: discovering flows, tunnels, subnets and topological structures, chaired by Idilio Drago (Politecnico di Torino)

  1. TNT, Watch me Explode: A Light in the Dark for Revealing MPLS Tunnels
    Yves Vanaubel (Université de Liège), Jean-Romain Luttringer, Pascal Mérindol, and Jean-Jacques Pansiot (Université de Strasbourg), and Benoit Donnet (Université de Liège)
  2. Revisiting Subnet Inference WISE-ly
    Jean-François Grailet and Benoit Donnet (University of Liège)
  3. A URL-based Analysis of WWW Structure and Dynamics
    Jeffery Kline (Hitwise), Edward Oakes (University of California – Berkeley), and Paul Barford (University of Wisconsin – Madison)
  4. Clairvoyant Networks
    Cheng Jin (University of Minnesota), Cristian Lumezanu (NEC Laboratories America), Zhi-Li Zhang (University of Minnesota), and Haifeng Chen (NEC Laboratories America)

12:00 – 13:00Lunch

13:00 – 14:30PhD School poster session, chaired by Roland van Rijswijk-Deij (University of Twente) and Cristel Pelsser (University of Strasbourg)

  1. Privacy compliant network monitoring probe
    Thomas Favale (Politecnico di Torino)
  2. A Global Analysis of Commercial Anycast-based DNS Resolvers
    Julien Gamba (IMDEA Networks)
  3. An Age Control Transport Protocol for Delivering Fresh Updates in the Internet-of-Things
    Tanya Shreedar (IIIT Delhi)
  4. Root Cause analysis and pattern discovery of faults using machine learning
    Amine Echraibi (IMT Atlantique)
  5. Securing Workflows using the Microservice Architecture
    Loïc Miller (University of Strasbourg)
  6. Measuring the Delay Impact of DSCP in the Internet using FloodBox
    Runa Barik (University of Oslo)
  7. Online Adaptive Ensemble-Learning for Network Measurements Analysis
    Juan Vanerio (Universidad de la República Montevideo)
  8. Port and Net Scan: Detection with Apache Spark
    Antonia Affinito (University of Napoli Federico II)
  9. EDNS classification: most common operational problems in DNS resolvers
    Jeisson Sanchez (University of Chile / NICLabs)
  10. Steps Towards Explainable AI for Clustering: the Case of Unsupervised QoE Analysis for YouTube Encrypted Traffic
    Andrea Morichetta (Politecnico di Torino)
  11. Characterizing the Effects of Rapid LTE Deployment: A Data Driven Analysis
    Kareem Abdullah (Alexandria University)
  12. Real-time Monitoring and Management of User Experience in a Self-Driving Network
    Sharat Chandra Madanapalli (University of New South Wales/Sydney)
  13. Measuring Network Traffic and Application Behavior of Popular Smartphone Applications
    Anika Schwind (University of Würzburg)
  14. Measuring Industrial Communication Networks
    Ike Kunze (RWTH Aachen)
  15. Interactions between Congestion Control Algorithms
    Belma Turkovic (TU Delft)
  16. BGP hijacking classification
    Shinyoung Cho (Stony Brook)
  17. Going Beyond DiffServ in IP classification
    Davide Aureli (Cnam)

14:30 – 16:00 Session IV – Go mobile: apps, cellular networks, and services in motion, chaired by Cristian Lumezanu (NEC Laboratories America)

  1. Characterizing the Effects of Rapid LTE Deployment: A Data Driven Analysis
    Kareem Abdullah (Alexandria University), Ahmed Saeed (Georgia Institute of Technology), Ayman Gaber (Vodafone, Egypt), and Ayman Khalafallah and Noha Othman Korany (Alexandria University)
  2. Tackling Mobile Traffic Critical Path Analysis With Passive and Active Measurements
    Gioacchino Tangari (UCL), Alessandro Finamore (O2 – Telefonica UK Ltd), Diego Perino (Telefonica Research), and Marinos Charalambides and George Pavlou (UCL)
  3. Measuring the Feasibility of Teleoperated Driving in Mobile Networks
    Stefan Neumeier (Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt), Ermias Walelgne (Aalto University), Vaibhav Bajpai and Jörg Ott (Technische Universität München), and Christian Facchi (Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt)
  4. Know your Big Data Trade-offs when Classifying Encrypted Mobile Traffic with Deep Learning
    Giuseppe Aceto (University of Naples Federico II and Network Measurement and Monitoring (NM2) s.r.l.), Domenico Ciuonzo and Antonio Montieri (University of Naples Federico II), and Valerio Persico and Antonio Pescapè (University of Naples Federico II and Network Measurement and Monitoring (NM2) s.r.l.)

16:00 – 16:30Coffee Break

16:30 – 18:00Session V – Special Session on Hands-on Network Traffic Measurement and Analysis, chaired by José Sanchez (Orange)

  1. A Cloud Provider’s View of EDNS Client-Subnet Adoption
    Matt Calder, Xun Fan, and Liang Zhu (Microsoft)
  2. ReMon: A Resilient Flow Monitoring Framework
    Fangye Tang and Israat Haque (Dalhousie University)
  3. Effective analysis of secure web response time
    Carlos López, Daniel Morató, Eduardo Magaña, and Mikel Izal (Public University of Navarre)
  4. Kraaler: A User-Perspective Web Crawler
    Thomas Kobber Panum (Department of Electronic Systems, Aalborg University), René Rydhof Hansen (Department of Computer Science, Aalborg University), and Jens Myrup Pedersen (Department of Electronic Systems, Aalborg University)

Friday 21.6 – TMA Conference Day 3

Room: Amphithéâtre Robert Faure

09:00 – 10:00KeynotePut a Tiger in Your Tank: What benefits can hardware bring to intelligent network operation?
Chair: Marco Fiore (CNR)

Dario Rossi, Chief Expert on Network AI at Huawei Technologies, France.

10:00 – 10:30Coffee Break

10:30 – 12:00   Session VI – Fair and square: transport layer and above, chaired by Guillaume Urvoy-Keller (Université Côte d’Azur, I3S)

  1. Interactions between Congestion Control Algorithms
    Belma Turkovic and Fernando A. Kuipers (Delft University of Technology) and Steve Uhlig (Queen Mary University of London)
  2. A Bottom-Up Investigation of the Transport-Layer Ossification
    Korian Edeline and Benoit Donnet (University of Liège)
  3. An Empirical View on Content Provider Fairness
    Jan Rüth, Ike Kunze, and Oliver Hohlfeld (RWTH Aachen University)
  4. A Residential Client-side Perspective on SSL Certificates
    Edward Oakes (University of California at Berkeley), Jeffery Kline (Hitwise), Aaron Cahn (Comscore), Keith Funkhouser (Google), and Paul Barford (University of Wisconsin at Madison)

12:00 – 12:15Closing remarks – Isabelle Chrisment (Loria), Marco Fiore (CNR)