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Princeton Researchers to Present Five New Papers at ACM SIGCOMM

Congratulations to Princeton's networking group!  This year, they and their collaborators will present 5 of the 40 papers at ACM SIGCOMM, one of the top conferences in networking.  Their research spans from cloud economics to data center monitoring to web censorship to distributed routing. 

How to Bid the Cloud 

Liang Zheng (Princeton University), Carlee Joe-Wong (Princeton University), Chee Wei Tan (City University of Hong Kong), Mung Chiang (Princeton University), Xinyu Wang (City University of Hong Kong)

Packet-Level Telemetry in Large Datacenter Networks 

Yibo Zhu (University of California, Santa Barbara), Nanxi Kang (Princeton University), Jiaxin Cao (Microsoft), Albert Greenberg (Microsoft), Guohan Lu (Microsoft), Ratul Mahajan (Microsoft), Dave Maltz (Microsoft), Lihua Yuan (Microsoft), Ming Zhang (Microsoft), Haitao Zheng (University of California, Santa Barbara), Ben Y. Zhao (University of California, Santa Barbara)

Encore: Lightweight Measurement of Web Censorship with Cross-Origin Requests 

Sam Burnett (Google), Nick Feamster (Princeton)

ASwatch: An AS Reputation System to Expose Bulletproof Hosting ASes

Maria Konte (Georgia Institute of Technology), Roberto Perdisci (University of Georgia), Nick Feamster (Princeton University)

Central Control Over Distributed Routing 

Stefano Vissicchio (UCLouvain), Olivier Tilmans (UCLouvain), Laurent Vanbever (ETH Zürich), Jennifer Rexford (Princeton University)
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