News from Justine Sherry's Research Group

November 27, 2019

Ranysha Ware and I were featured in an hourlong interview in the Packet Pushers `Heavy Networking’ podcast. In the interview, Ranysha discusses her research on BBR, deployment of new congestion control algorithms, and how to test whether new algorithms are acceptable to deploy on the Internet. Listen here.


November 18, 2019

When multiple Internet connections share the same link, they compete for resources. Should connections be required to share the link fairly? If the outcomes are unfair, how unfair can they be? Ranysha Ware presented new guidelines for depoying new congestion control algorithms at HotNets 2019. Read more here.


October 28, 2019

We’re seeing some media coverage [The Telegraph] [Wired Italian] [Vice] on our BBR findings which were published last week at the Internet Measurement Conference. To clear up some common questions, I’ve written a Medium post in Q&A format.


October 22, 2019

Ranysha Ware presented our research on modeling the BBR congestion control algorithm at IMC 2019. Watch her presentation on how and why BBR can be unfair to other senders on the Internet here, and read the paper to learn more.


September 30, 2019

Gizmodo asked me and several Internet experts, ‘What would it take to shut down the entire Internet?’


August 20, 2019

Current Teaching: Information for 15-441/641 is all online at www.myheartisinthenetwork.com.


May 10, 2019

My keynote presentation at the Simpósio Brasileiro de Redes de Comunicação e Sistemas Distribuídos is now online. I the talk, I discuss testing and evaluation of fairness for new congestion control algorithms. Watch here in Portuguese.


March 15, 2019

Google gave our group a Faculty Research Award to study Internet fairness and BBR congestion control. Thank you, Google!


March 01, 2019

The NSF awarded our group a grant to study fairness on the Internet. Thank you, NSF!


February 15, 2019

My PhD student Nirav was interviewed about his career path from high school in India to graduate school at CMU.


December 19, 2018

My PhD student Ranysha was named a Facebook Emerging Scholar. Congratulations, Ray!


July 18, 2018

Popular Science interviewed me on why websites always seem to break at the worst possible times.