Yale CS senior Taishi Nojima ‘18 publishes in top CS conference

May 15, 2018

A paper based on the senior project thesis of Yale CS senior Taishi Nojima ‘18, with collaboration with Kai Gao, who is a former CSC visitor to Yale CS, and Prof. Yang, is accepted by ACM SIGCOMM’18, which is the flagship annual conference of the Special Interest Group on Data Communication (SIGCOMM), a vital special interest group of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). His project, titled Trident: Towards a Unified SDN Programming Framework with Automatic Updates, presents the first systematic design of a unified programming framework to integrate software-defined networking and network function virtualization, two disruptive techniques that can substantially improve the flexibility and security of modern computer networking infrastructures. He will present the paper at Budapest in August, before heading to Facebook, where he will try to deploy the system. Congratulations to Taishi!