Whereas Internet applications and physical link capacities have witnessed an exponential increase over the last few years, the pace of the underlying infrastructure evolution has been much slower.
In this context, the evolution of technologies related to virtualization, and especially the emergence of network functions and services accessible through open APIs, leads to a renaissance of the the network, where it will be possible to morph the Internet by simply modifying and reloading its functions.
The NewNet@Paris Chair is organized around three main pillars of teaching, research and international development, with plans to:
- lay out new solid scientific basis for this new dawn of the network, as well as to build and innovate on its top
- to educate the new generation of leaders, managers and engineers, in the context of their research and innovation work and beyond
- to disseminate these theories and experience to the scientific and industrial communities, and more broadly to the international public at large
Below, you can find information about research achievements (such as awards, publications, open source software, datasets) as well as other activities (e.g., events, conferences, summer schools, etc.) that are made possible by the NewNet@Paris Chair.
The NewNet@Paris team is co-organizing a workshop on the topic of research result reproducibility, to be held in conjuction with ACM SIGCOMM in Los Angeles, August 2017 Read more at https://newnet.telecom-paristech.fr/index.php/acm-sigcomm-2017-workshop-on-research-reproducibility … Read more »
We’re proud that work of the NewNet@Paris chair has been selected as Best Paper of the ACM SIGCOMM Internet-QoE Workshop, August 2016. The paper has been reprinted in the October… Read more »
It is my pleasure to report on the first cross-pollination event, that was held: between members of the PIRL lab and members of Telecom ParisTech on the afternoon of Sep… Read more »
We are proud to announce that members of the academic team of the NewNet@Paris chair receives an IRTF Applied Networking Research Prize (ANRP)! Dario Rossi presented work  on characterizing anycast adoption and… Read more »