Re: EPIQ Workshop 2021

Robin MARX <robin.marx@uhasselt.be> Mon, 29 November 2021 08:28 UTC

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From: Robin MARX <robin.marx@uhasselt.be>
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2021 09:28:17 +0100
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Subject: Re: EPIQ Workshop 2021
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Hello everyone,

This is a small reminder that the QUIC-focused academic workshop called
EPIQ will take place next week Tuesday, December 7, between 12h and 18h
CET.

We have a very interesting programme with keynotes from Microsoft and Apple
about their QUIC usage,
as well as 6 academic papers covering topics such as Path MTU
determination, MASQUE proxying, Real-Time media congestion control, HTTP/3
adaptive streaming, spin bit tracking and formal implementation
verification.
We might also have a panel to discuss QUIC's future.

You can find more information on the workshop's webpage here:
https://epiq21.github.io

Do note that you have to register for the CoNEXT conference in order to be
able to attend.
This can be done via
https://conferences2.sigcomm.org/co-next/2021/#!/registration, and should
be opening up soon (today or tomorrow).

We hope to see you all there for some interesting QUIC discussions!
Robin, Chris, Lars and Jörg


On Tue, 14 Sept 2021 at 21:58, Robin MARX <robin.marx@uhasselt.be> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
>
> Just a small update on the upcoming EPIQ workshop, which will be
> co-located with the CoNEXT conference in December.
>
> The paper and poster submission deadline has been extended from September
> 17 (this Friday) to September 24 (next week Friday, Anywhere-on-Earth),
> to give you all a bit more time to submit interesting work.
>
> All other information can still be found on the web page:
> https://epiq21.github.io
>
> Looking forward to reading lots of interesting stuff,
> Robin, Chris, Lars and Jörg
>
> On Tue, 20 Jul 2021 at 14:35, Robin MARX <robin.marx@uhasselt.be> wrote:
>
>> Hello everyone,
>>
>> I am happy to announce that the EPIQ workshop's 3rd installment has now
>> been confirmed for CoNEXT 2021!
>>
>> The main goal of the workshop is to provide a venue for discussion on all
>> things QUIC and related technologies (e.g., HTTP/3), between both academia
>> and industry.
>> Next to typical research reports, we encourage the submission of early
>> work and results, brave new ideas and reproduced results from earlier work.
>>
>> Besides paper and poster discussions, we also plan to have a keynote
>> speaker and potentially a panel discussion.
>> I will be reaching out to some people about this in the coming weeks, but
>> if you feel you can provide an interesting keynote or you would be an
>> engaging panelist, please let us know!
>>
>>
>> Submission deadline is Friday *September 17*, with the workshop taking
>> place entirely online on Monday *December 6*.
>> Please find more information at https://epiq21.github.io
>>
>>
>> Hoping to receive an abundance of interesting work,
>> Robin, Lars, Jörg and Chris
>>
>>
>> On Thu, 10 Jun 2021 at 16:59, Robin MARX <robin.marx@uhasselt.be> wrote:
>>
>>> Hello all,
>>>
>>> I wanted to send a small update regarding the academic EPIQ workshop.
>>>
>>> In an email earlier this year (see below) we wanted to poll interest for
>>> another installment of EPIQ.
>>> From your feedback, it was clear that co-locating it with SIGCOMM would
>>> be too early.
>>>
>>> As such, we are now planning to submit a workshop proposal for CoNEXT
>>> 2021, which will take place in December.
>>> There is no guarantee yet that the workshop will be approved, but given
>>> our good track record we're hopeful our proposal will be accepted.
>>>
>>> We will of course follow this up with an official announcement in that
>>> case,
>>> but we wanted to give everyone a heads-up ASAP so you might start
>>> preparing possible submissions.
>>>
>>> One final note is that, since another QUIC-related workshop (QUIPS [1])
>>> will not be organized again this year,
>>> we will be putting additional emphasis on attracting work on QUIC's
>>> security and privacy aspects for EPIQ.
>>> This is aided by Christopher Wood from Apple joining the team.
>>>
>>> If you have any questions or remarks, please let us know!
>>>
>>> [1]: https://www.ndss-symposium.org/ndss2020/cfp-quips-workshop/
>>>
>>> With best regards,
>>> Robin, Lars, Jörg and Chris
>>>
>>>
>>> On Tue, 26 Jan 2021 at 18:40, Robin MARX <robin.marx@uhasselt.be> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hello all,
>>>>
>>>> With this email, we would like to gauge the interest for a new edition
>>>> of the academic EPIQ workshop in 2021.
>>>>
>>>> For those unfamiliar, the Workshop on the Evolution, Performance, and
>>>> Interoperability of QUIC (EPIQ)
>>>> is an academic publication and discussion venue for all things related
>>>> to QUIC.
>>>> It has been organized twice in the past three years,
>>>> first co-located with CoNEXT in 2018 [1] and second with SIGCOMM in
>>>> 2020 [2].
>>>>
>>>> A third edition was originally planned in 2019, but was unable to
>>>> continue due to a lack of work submitted for review.
>>>> While the academic QUIC community has become more active and a repeat
>>>> of this scenario seems unlikely,
>>>> we would still like to gauge concrete interest before committing to
>>>> organizing a new edition.
>>>>
>>>> As such, if you are performing QUIC-related work and would likely
>>>> target EPIQ as a publication venue,
>>>> please contact (one of) us via private message (see emails in CC).
>>>> Please also indicate whether you would prefer co-location with SIGCOMM
>>>> (summer 2021) or CoNEXT (winter 2021).
>>>> There is no requirement to specify the precise subtopic of research
>>>> and indicating interest of course does not imply a commitment to
>>>> actually submit work.
>>>>
>>>> Please let us know by Tuesday February 2nd, as the SIGCOMM Workshop
>>>> submission deadline is February 5th.
>>>> If interest is deemed too low or the workshop is not accepted at
>>>> SIGCOMM,
>>>> we will postpone the workshop to another conference (likely CoNEXT) or
>>>> next year.
>>>>
>>>> With best regards,
>>>> Robin Marx (joining the team this year), Lars Eggert and Jörg Ott
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> [1]: https://conferences2.sigcomm.org/co-next/2018/#!/workshop-epiq
>>>> [2]: https://conferences.sigcomm.org/sigcomm/2020/workshop-epiq.html
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>>
>>>> dr. Robin Marx
>>>> Postdoc researcher - Web protocols
>>>> Expertise centre for Digital Media
>>>>
>>>> T +32(0)11 26 84 79 - GSM +32(0)497 72 86 94
>>>>
>>>> www.uhasselt.be
>>>> Universiteit Hasselt - Campus Diepenbeek
>>>> Agoralaan Gebouw D - B-3590 Diepenbeek
>>>> Kantoor EDM-2.05
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>>
>>> dr. Robin Marx
>>> Postdoc researcher - Web protocols
>>> Expertise centre for Digital Media
>>>
>>> *Cellphone *+32(0)497 72 86 94
>>>
>>> www.uhasselt.be
>>> Universiteit Hasselt - Campus Diepenbeek
>>> Agoralaan Gebouw D - B-3590 Diepenbeek
>>> Kantoor EDM-2.05
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>> --
>>
>> dr. Robin Marx
>> Postdoc researcher - Web protocols
>> Expertise centre for Digital Media
>>
>> *Cellphone *+32(0)497 72 86 94
>>
>> www.uhasselt.be
>> Universiteit Hasselt - Campus Diepenbeek
>> Agoralaan Gebouw D - B-3590 Diepenbeek
>> Kantoor EDM-2.05
>>
>>
>>
>
> --
>
> dr. Robin Marx
> Postdoc researcher - Web protocols
> Expertise centre for Digital Media
>
> *Cellphone *+32(0)497 72 86 94
>
> www.uhasselt.be
> Universiteit Hasselt - Campus Diepenbeek
> Agoralaan Gebouw D - B-3590 Diepenbeek
> Kantoor EDM-2.05
>
>
>

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dr. Robin Marx
Postdoc researcher - Web protocols
Expertise centre for Digital Media

*Cellphone *+32(0)497 72 86 94

www.uhasselt.be
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