I presented our work on the IPv4 address market at CoNEXT'20. Our paper and my short talk are available below in the Publications section.
Pedro presented our work on AS Path-Prepending at IMC'20. Our paper and Pedro's 20 min talk are available below in the Publications section.
I served as a student scribe for the CoNEXT TPC meeting.
During PAM'20, I presented the poster "2 Years into Quantum-Leaping Route Collector Visibility" covering the benefits and pitfalls of enabling the ADD_PATH extension for some parts of the current Route Collector ecosystem. A video of my presentation is available.Poster Video
During Netsys'19, I held a "Hot Topic" talk about lower-bounding the incompleteness of different data sources with regards to the Internet's AS topology. A recoding of the talk is made available.Slides Video
During PAM'19, I presented the poster "Patch me if you can: Analyzing the potential of data sources to reveal the Internet's AS topology" covering lower-bounding the incompleteness of different data sources with regards to the Internet's AS topology.Poster
Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (pp. 46-54), 2020.PDF Video
Proceedings of the ACM Internet Measurement Conference (pp. 506-520), 2020.PDF Video
during the virtual PC meeting.
with an in-person Shadow PC meeting in London.
Under the guidance of Anja Feldmann, I'm working on topics related to Interdomain routing and its building blocks. More specifically, my current projects aim at better understanding spoofing detection mechanisms, scrubbing service operations, the possibilities of large peering infrastructures, and the enhancement of the route collector infrastructure.
I currently co-organize Anja Feldmann's seminar "Hot Topics in Data Networks."
I co-organized Anja Feldmann's course "Data Networks."
In Anja Feldmann's course "Network Protocols and Architectures," I assisted the grading for weekly assignments and helped to prepare the exam.
In Oliver Brock's course "Algorithms and Data Structures," I presented tutorials to two small groups of less than 40 students every week.
I co-organized and instructed lab sessions as well as graded the bi-weekly assignments for the lab that accompanies Adam Wolisz's "Network Technologies" lecture.
In Oliver Brock's course "Algorithms and Data Structures", I presented tutorials to two small groups of less than 30 students every week.