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CFP: SIGCOMM 2019 EPIQ Workshop (Evolution, performance, and Interoperability of QUIC)

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Colin Perkins <[log in to unmask]>

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Call for Papers

SIGCOMM Workshop on the Evolution, performance, and Interoperability of QUIC (EPIQ 2019)

https://conferences.sigcomm.org/sigcomm/2019/workshop-epiq.html
Submission deadline: April 15, 2019 (hard)

The transport protocol QUIC has emerged from a proprietary effort undertaken by Google to a next generation transport protocol being standardized in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). While its original motivation and design was to support next-generation Web traffic using HTTP/2, embedding QUIC into the Internet architecture raises exciting challenges beyond the necessary engineering efforts. Google QUIC has seen deployment and motivated research papers measuring, extending, and evaluating QUIC from various perspectives.

The ACM SIGCOMM Workshop on the Evolution, Performance, and Interoperability of QUIC (EPIQ) seeks to foster this emerging community. We invite researchers from academia and industry as well as engineers to explore novel ideas and future directions of QUIC and its interaction with applications and networks. This is the second instance of EPIQ, following its debut at ACM CoNEXT 2018.

EPIQ solicits two types of submissions, for presentation and discussion at the workshop: academic papers and posters & demos. Submissions of both types should focus on topics related to the rise of QUIC on the mobile and fixed Internet as well as enterprise and datacenter networks. Papers focusing on either the original flavor of QUIC currently deployed by Google or the upcoming IETF standard of QUIC are in scope. We encourage submissions of demos supporting growing a community, e.g., about tools for protocol testing, deployment, and performance evaluation, among others. Open source tools are preferred.

Topics of Interest

	• Qualitative and/or quantitative comparisons of QUIC to other protocols
	• Tools for QUIC interoperability testing, validation, and conformance
	• Formal models for and verification of the QUIC protocol architecture
	• Measurements of QUIC traffic in the wild and profiling of QUIC implementations
	• Acceleration techniques, including hardware offloading or specific OS improvements
	• Scalable QUIC implementations and load balancing
	• Advanced QUIC features, including integration of multicast or multipath connectivity
	• Peer-to-peer QUIC and NAT/firewall traversal
	• New abstractions and APIs for QUIC as a general-purpose transport protocol
	• Troubleshooting, managing and monitoring of QUIC traffic in the network
	• Privacy and security aspects of QUIC or of systems impacted by QUIC
	• New applications for QUIC (e.g., real-time interactive)
	• Novel approaches for congestion control enabled by QUIC
	• QUIC as a substrate for non-HTTP applications
	• Downscaling QUIC for IoT or embedded use
	• Deployment challenges and economic considerations for with QUIC

We encourage the submission of early results, negative results, and independently reproduced results of previously published work.

Submission deadline: April 15, 2019 (hard)

More detail at: https://conferences.sigcomm.org/sigcomm/2019/workshop-epiq.html






-- 
Colin Perkins
https://csperkins.org/

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