Lab researchers Liang Wang, Arjuna Sathiaseelan and Prof. Jon Crowcroft have won the best paper award at ACM ICN 2015.
The paper “Pro-Diluvian: Understanding Scoped-Flooding for Content Discovery in Information-Centric Networking” is a joint work between the Networking for Development Lab (a research group within the Computer Laboratory exploring novel ways of delivering universal Internet access), University of Helsinki and Technische Universität München.
The Computer Laboratory has received a prestigious bronze Athena SWAN award, the charter that recognises commitment to tackling gender inequality in higher education.
Ross Anderson, Professor of Security Engineering, has been named the winner of the 2015 SIGSAC Outstanding Innovation award.
The award is given for outstanding and innovative technical contributions to the field of computer and communication security that have had lasting impact in furthering or understanding the theory or development of secure systems.
John Daugman OBE FREng, Professor of Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering in recognition of his outstanding contribution to engineering.
Lab Research Associate Sam Aaron can often be found in school classrooms teaching children to create music by writing code using Sonic Pi. However, recently he welcomed a slightly older pupil, BBC Radio 1 and BBC 1Xtra DJ MistJam. The pair used Sonic Pi to compose a piece, inspired by Bizet’s ‘Carmen’.
PhD student Oliver Chick has received the Best Paper Award at APSys15.
The paper, ‘Shadow Kernels: A General Mechanism For Kernel Specialization in Existing Operating Systems’, is joint work with Lucian Carata, James Snee, Nikilesh Balakrishnan and Ripduman Sohan.
First year PhD student Heidi Howard has won the ACM Student Research Competition at SIGCOMM 2015 for ‘Coracle: Evaluating consensus at the internet edge.’
The paper is joint work with Professor Jon Crowcroft.
Mark Batty has received the John C. Reynolds Doctoral Dissertation Award.
His dissertation ‘The C11 and C++11 Concurrency Model‘ makes significant contributions to the understanding of memory models for C and C++.
Mark was a member of the Programming, Logic, and Semantics Group under the supervision of Professor Peter Sewell.
The latest version of TeXLive is now available on the filer in /usr/groups/texlive.
Using the standard TeXLive naming convention, it is in the directory 2015.
The symb links oldest, current and latest point to 2012, 2013 and 2015 respectively.
Thanks to an EPSRC grant, the Cambridge Cloud Cybercrime Centre will be operational from October 1st 2015.
The Centre is a multi-disciplinary initiative combining expertise from the University of Cambridge’s Computer Laboratory, Institute of Criminology and Faculty of Law.
The primary aim of the centre is to improve the security of users of cloud services, and to improve outcomes for those who would be affected by their misuse.