- 2017 SIGCOMM Award Winner
Washington University in St. Louis
Citation: For life-long contributions to computer networking including traffic management, congestion control, and performance analysis.
- 2017 SIGCOMM Test of Time Award Winners
Ethane: Taking control of the Enterprise, SIGCOMM 2007
Martin Casado, Michael J. Freedman, Justin Pettit, Jianying Luo, Nick McKeown, Scott Shenker
Citation: Ethane ushered in the age of Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and a new generation of research that inspired both academia and industry to design network control planes that we can reason about.
Measurement and analysis of online social networks, IMC 2007
Alan Mislove, Massimiliano Marcon, Krishna P. Gummadi, Peter Druschel, Bobby Bhattacharjee
Citation: This is one of the first papers that examine multiple online social networks at scale. By introducing novel measurement techniques, the paper has had an enduring influence on the analysis, modeling and design of modern social media and social networking services.
- 2017 SIGCOMM Best Paper Award Winners
Mark Handley (University College London), Costin Raiciu, Alexandru Agache, and Andrei Voinescu (University Politehnica of Bucharest), and Andrew Moore, Gianni Antichi, and Marcin Wójcik (University of Cambridge)
Srinivas Narayana, Anirudh Sivaraman, Vikram Nathan, and Prateesh Goyal (MIT CSAIL), Venkat Arun (IIT Guwahati), Mohammad Alizadeh (MIT CSAIL), Vimalkumar Jeyakumar (Cisco Tetration Analytics), and Changhoon Kim (Barefoot Networks)
- 2016 SIGCOMM Doctoral Dissertation Award
Citation: Dissertation "Middleboxes as a Cloud Service" proposes that advanced network functions be implemented as software services running in the cloud, and develops in depth the algorithms and system designs needed to realize this vision in practice.
Citation: Dissertation "Power, Communication and Sensing Solutions for Energy Constrained Platforms" introduces techniques that make it possible to build low-power sensors and devices that consume no energy beyond what is already in the air, in ambient RF signals such as cellular, TV, and Wi-Fi.
- 2017 ACM Student Research Competition Winners (Graduate Track)
First Place: Kazem Cheshmi
Citation: ACM CGO 2017 Conference, for his research project Decoupling Symbolic from Numeric in Sparse Matrix Calculations
Second Place: Omid Abari
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Citation: ACM MobiCom 2016 Conference, for his research project Cutting the Cord in Virtual Reality
Third Place: Calvin Loncaric
University of Washington
Citation: ACM FSE 2016 Conference, for his research project Cozy: Synthesizing Collection Data Structures
- 2017 ACM Student Research Competition Winners (Undergraduate Track)
First Place: Victor Lanvin
ENS Paris Saclay
Citation: ACM POPL 2017 Conference, for his research project Gradual Set-Theoretic Types
Second Place: Jennifer Vaccaro
Olin College of Engineering
Citation: ACM ICCAD 2016 Conference, for her research project Applying Computer Modeling to Post-Silicon Electrical Validation
Third Place: Martin Kellogg
University of Washington
Citation: ACM FSE 2016 Conference, for his research project Combining Bug Detection and Test Case Generation