BGP Hackathon Travel Grant
Master's student Andreas Reuter has been selected to participate at the CAIDA BGP Hackathon. The journey is supported by a travel grant.
News from Jan 15, 2016
CAIDA, in cooperation with CSU, USC, UFMG, FORTH, Route Views, RIPE NCC, will host a BGP Hackathon on the 6-7th of February 2016 at UC San Diego (La Jolla, CA, USA). The theme of the hackathon is "live BGP measurements and monitoring." The hackathon will host over 80 attendees — including more than 20 domain experts — from over 50 organizations who will come from around the world. The hackathon is sponsored by industry, professional organizations, and government agencies, with interest in promoting the development of tools to model, measure, and monitor the routing infrastructure of the Internet. This support allowed to provide 33 travel grants.
During the hackathon, Andreas will work on BGP security and integrate our open source projects RTRlib and RPKI MIRO.
Andreas is advised by Matthias Wählisch.