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APNIC Chief Scientist George Michaelson from Cisco at École Polytechnique

On March 7th and 8th, 2016, the Cisco Paris Innovation and Research Lab (PIRL) held its first annual symposium jointly organized by Cisco and École Polytechnique. APNIC Chief Scientist George Michaelson was one of the keynote speakers.

On March 7th and 8th, 2016, the Cisco Paris Innovation and Research Lab (PIRL) held its first annual symposium jointly organized by Cisco and École Polytechnique. APNIC Chief Scientist George Michaelson  was one of the keynote speakers of the event.

École Polytechnique students working at Cisco helped for example to create and launch the “6lab” IPv6 measurements website which operates from the PIRL data center in Paris and has been crucial in our understanding of the progress and quality of IPv6 deployment since the World IPv6 Launch in 2012

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJHHi169Tvk&feature=youtu.be&list=PLphdWIg9YWByORM7t65J8mHaAzO7mXN6hAPNIC Chief Scientist George Michaelson will be the keynote speaker on the second day of the event. After his talk, Cisco Fellow Fred Baker will chair a session on Internet Measurements. Scientific experiments and accurate measurement of what we have today are crucial to the goal of making it better. École Polytechinque students working at Cisco helped for example to create and launch the “6lab” IPv6 measurements website which operates from the PIRL data center in Paris and has been crucial in our understanding of the progress and quality of IPv6 deployment since the World IPv6 Launch in 2012. - See more at: https://www.polytechnique.edu/en/content/cisco-ecole-polytechnique-networking-innovation-and-research-symposium#sthash.mGFclBMQ.dpuf
APNIC Chief Scientist George Michaelson will be the keynote speaker on the second day of the event. After his talk, Cisco Fellow Fred Baker will chair a session on Internet Measurements. Scientific experiments and accurate measurement of what we have today are crucial to the goal of making it better. École Polytechinque students working at Cisco helped for example to create and launch the “6lab” IPv6 measurements website which operates from the PIRL data center in Paris and has been crucial in our understanding of the progress and quality of IPv6 deployment since the World IPv6 Launch in 2012. - See more at: https://www.polytechnique.edu/en/content/cisco-ecole-polytechnique-networking-innovation-and-research-symposium#sthash.mGFclBMQ.dpuf