Past projects and Workshops of Jon's
There's lots more than these, but these are the main post WWW ones.
Note that the
DARPA work at UCL has been ongoing since about 1973 as a
series of projects
and the Learnet
Internet 2 ipv6
the bermuda triangle
Nortel (UK and Canada)
also funded some Internet Telephony and IETF activities.
funded project on
radio-active networks and an extension on
- FV Federated Organisations Management (Form).
- FV Active Nets (Android),
- FV Traffic Engineering for the Internet (Tequila)
- FV Market Management for the Internet (M3I), +
project to do trials, as well as
We hosted and chaired IWQoS 99 at UCL.
Management of Multiservice Networks (mmn)
and under (next 2 (essex) links broken: umbrella,
- We also ran
SIGCOMM 94 at UCL too.
HIPPARCH on High Performance Protocol Architectures
HP fund LINGO
on QEDANA under the Internet Research Institute.
funded a long standing project in the department.
which is now done.
and Nemesys projects devised larger scale network management system
DERA/RSRE funded work on IP connectivty and security.
EPSRC FUME project, which contributed towards unification of Internet
Multicast forwarding ideas.
EPSRC PACT project, which generated Ian Wakeman's PhD thesis.
A Project with
Vega Space Systems with ESA funding to look at
load balancing in
distributed systems for telemmetry monitoring.
Reuters, on load balancing over satellite and terrestrial links
Admiral - the ADvanced Megastream Internet Research project for ALvey
- I built an IP router with multiple 2Mbps interfaces and ethernets
with an IGP and EGP and RPC remote management interface in 1988.
Before Admiral was Universe (SRC), which also "parented" Unison, in Cambridge, a cousin of Admiral.
(D)ARPA - Since 1981, I've worked on and helped ru na sequence of
projects which in most of the 1980s, involved TCP and
IP routers and satellites (see SIGCOMM 1988 for 3 papers from this work).
In some parts of the work, we collaborated with the Universe project
(a large SERC funded project between several unviersities and
industry) to connect Cambridge rings (10Mbps LANs since 1976!)
to wide area IP networks, including the SATNET and a European satellite net.