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    Applied Networking Research Workshop (ANRW) 2021 focuses on network security, privacy, measurement, and emerging protocols

    • Nick FeamsterANRW Program co-chair
    • Andra Elena LutuANRW Program co-chair

    15 Jul 2021

    The 2021 Applied Networking Research Workshop (ANRW) provides a forum for researchers, vendors, network operators, and the Internet standards community to present and discuss emerging results in applied networking research, with a special emphasis on tools, datasets, and other artifacts accompanying related research papers.

    ANRW 2021

    As chairs, we aimed this year  to encourage submission of software and techniques that others in research and development could both reproduce and extend. The 16 accepted papers span a variety of topics, including network security and privacy, tools and protocols for Internet measurement, the study of emerging Internet protocols, and modifications or revisions to existing ones. These are all topics of great interest to the IETF and the network operations communities, and the workshop will run alongside the IETF 111 Online meeting.

    ANRW 2021 will consist of three 2-hour online sessions from 19:00-21:00 UTC on 26-28 July 2021. Following the model of other virtual conferences, talks at ANRW 2021 will be presented in a video conference with each paper having a 10-minute pre-recorded video followed by 5-minutes of Q&A. At the end of each day’s session, 15 minutes are reserved to continue the discussion between attendees and all presenters in the session. A dedicated Slack channel will allow for further discussion among workshop participants.

    Both of us are extremely honored and privileged to have had the opportunity to lead the program committee of this conference. We are extremely grateful to our other 30 program committee members who completed more than 100 thoughtful and high-quality reviews as part of the process of putting this program together. We extend our special thanks to the ANRW Steering Committee and ANRW sponsors, ACM SIGCOMM, Akamai and Comcast, for their trust and support. Finally, we thank everyone who submitted to ANRW, and particularly the authors of our accepted papers. 

    If you haven’t already, there’s still time to register for what we believe is an exciting and stellar program.

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