On Monday we will be co-located with the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF)/ACM Applied Networking Research Workshop (ANRW), an academic workshop that provides a forum for researchers, vendors, network operators, and the Internet standards community to present and discuss emerging results in applied networking research. Workshop topics will include QUIC; DNS and Security; Network Measurement and Optimisation; Network Functions and Middleboxes; among others.
During the meeting week, we will have five sessions focused on potential new work: Local Optimizations on Path Segments (LOOPS), Media Operations (MOPS), Lightweight Authenticated Key Exchange (LAKE), Applications Doing DNS (ADD), and IETF Meeting Network Requirements (NETRQMTS). Check out my previous blog post for details on those. Note that the Collaborative Automated Course of Action Operations for Cyber Security (CACAO) session has been cancelled.
At IETF 105, the working group sessions will begin at 10:00am each day, providing more time for informal discussions and unofficial side meetings in the mornings. On Tuesday morning, we will host a Technology Deep Dive session about “How NICs Work Today,” featuring Tom Herbert, Simon Horman, and Andy Gospodarek. Next week’s meeting will also include a technical plenary session on Wednesday evening, “Current Thinking About Privacy on the Internet” with Arvind Narayanan and Steve Bellovin. To make it easier to attend, the technical plenary will have its own fixed agenda slot from 17:10 to 18:10, followed by a 10-minute break and then the administrative plenary.