Our Coming Presentation

How Large & Reliable is the Internet?
Putting Research into Practice

A presentation by: John Heidemann, Professor and Project Leader at
University of Southern California/Information Sciences Institute

Tuesday, March 10, 2015
7:00 – 9:00 PM
Fellowship Hall
8065 Emerson Ave.
Westchester (90045)

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John_HeidemannProfessor Heidemann is a senior member of ACM and fellow of IEEE. He and his colleagues are counting Internet addresses and studying how traffic data inform network reliability, security, protocols and critical services. With the support of the FCC and Department of Homeland Security, the research on IP addresses conducted thus far helps understand how reliably the Internet reaches segments of our global community. The issues related to maintaining the Internet and utilizing its vast reach will also be discussed.

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