ACM Internet Measurement Conference

The annual ACM Internet Measurement Conference (IMC), which focuses on Internet measurement and analysis, accepted 55 papers this year, and 16 were from UC San Diego authors – nearly 30% of the total.

Of the 16, seven were submitted by CNS and CSE Systems and Networking Group; three had CAIDA authors; UCSD undergrad Katherine Izhikevich co-authored one; and one was submitted by Sysnet Ph.D. student Rukshani Athapathu. Four were submitted by UCSD Ph.D. or postdoc alumni.

A big congratulations to the UC San Diego and CNS authors who contributed to 2021 ACM IMC papers: Gautam Akiwate, Rukshani Athapathu, Kimberly Claffy, Alberto Dainotti, Alexander Gamero-Garrido, Katherine Izhikevich, Dhananjay Jagtap, Enze Liu, Alexander Marder, Ariana Mirian, Ricky Mok, Ramakrishna Padmanabhan, Audrey Randall, Stefan Savage, Aaron Schulman, Alex C. Snoeren, Alisha Ukani, Geoffrey M. Voelker, Huanlei Wu, Alex Yen, Zesen Zhang and Hongyu Zou. The 2021 ACM IMC was held virtually from November 2 to 4.