Articles from November 2018

"When to Peer and When to Use Transit" whitepaper uses study by Adnan Ahmed, Zubair Shafiq, et al.

The Internet is often described as a network of networks. In reality though, staying connected is often more complicated than that, especially as internet traffic volume increases by more than 40 percent every year. In an age when there are so many computers and people to connect, IP transit versus peering has become a network growths biggest dilemma. Both interconnection strategies have their own unique performance advantages and challenges, so it can be difficult to know which is best for a small hosting provider, content publisher, an ISP or anything in between.

Researchers Welcomed to GSMA Mobile Security Research Hall of Fame

Assistant Professor Omar Chowdhury and PhD advisee Mitziu Echeverria have been welcomed into the GSMA Mobile Security Research Hall of Fame for their upcoming paper on 4G/5G Security entitled "...

'00 MS Alumnus offers "A look at the research behind 'Ralph Breaks the Internet'"

Petti’s path to animation was anything but typical.

IowaNow: UI students use computer code and artistic techniques to create works of art

Katie Noble says the class seemed tailor-made for her.

CS Dept. Students to Present at 9th Annual Fall Undergraduate Research Festival 11/14/18

The 9th Annual Fall Undergraduate Research Festival (FURF) presented by the Iowa Center for Research by Undergraduates (ICRU) will be held on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 from 4:30-6:...