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New Research Project I3 Approved
Information-Centric Networking for the Industrial Internet (I3) is the newest research project of the INET group: The German Ministry of Research and Education issued a grant of 0.6 Mio. Euros to the INET research team.
Dagstuhl Seminar on the Critical Internet Infrastructure approved
Our seminar proposal "The Critical Internet Infrastructure Revisited" has been approved by Schloß Dagstuhl, the German Leibniz Center for Informatics.
First Pre-release of CAF 0.15 Released!
This release is the result of 8 months of development and 374 commits.
New Research Project X-Check Approved
X-Check addresses security concerns at Internet eXchange points - HAW receives half a million Euros in funds by the German BMBF.
New RIOT Release 2016.04
The friendly OS for the IoT got a lot of new features, a bunch of additional protocols and a new and blazing fast RIOT CI is now available. Additionally, support for a number of new boards and sensors was added. Last but not least many bug fixes, mostly about stabilizing and enhancing the networking capabilities of RIOT were included.
PANINI Routing at IFIP Networking
Our Paper "Let's Collect Names: How PANINI Limits FIB Tables in Name Based Routing" has been accepted at this year's Networking conference in Vienna
Matthias Wählisch awarded PhD
Matthias has completed his Doctorate Degree with Highest Honors
Paper Accepted in "Computer Languages, Systems and Structures"
Co-organizing RIOT Summit 2016
We are co-organizing the first international meeting of the RIOT community.
CAF Spotlight: Bro(ker) (interview)
In our second spotlight, we talk to the core development team behind Bro, the popular open source network analysis framework. Starting with version 2.4, Bro includes a new (currently in beta) communication layer based on CAF called Broker. This new layer uses the network abstractions provided by CAF to provide a uniform API to communication in the Bro ecosystem.
RIOT Co-Founder Matthias winner in "Forum Junge Spitzenforscher"
Our Berlin Affiliate Matthias Wählisch won the competition "Forum Junge Spitzenforscher" with RIOT - and received a 10.000 € award.
Best Paper Award at LCN '15
Till Steinbach et al. "Beware of the Hidden" awarded best paper at this year 40th anniversary IEEE LCN conference.
New RIOT Release
The friendly OS for the IoT got a lot of new features, including a new network stack, better timer subsystem to support more precise timer operations, and better hardware abstraction.
HotNets Paper Accepted
Fourteenth ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks
The Bro Network Security Monitor uses CAF for Scaling Network Analysis
CAF is making its way into Bro as foundation for Broker: Bro's new communication library
Cyber Security Contribution: Woot Paper Accepted
9th USENIX Workshop on Offensive Technologies @ USENIX Security Symposium 2015 brings RIOT to the Bayer Digital Summit
Hacking Health Berlin invited to represent vertical farming and IoT approaches to gardening at the Bayer Digital Summit 2015 in Düsseldorf.
Lotte and Lucas Win at Eclipse Open IoT Challenge
The Internet of Plants, a project by our master students Lotte Steenbrink and Lucas Jenß, won third price at the international Eclipse Open IoT Challenge in Grenoble
16. 03. 2015: Internet Technologen der HAW Hamburg präsentieren neue Wege zur Cyber Security auf der CeBIT 2015
Das Internet ist zur kritischen Infrastruktur geworden – Industrie und Handel, Staatsführung und Banken, nahezu alle Bereiche eines Landes sind heute auf ein funktionierendes Internet angewiesen. Gleichzeitig ist aber das Rückgrat des Internets, die Internet-Pfadverhandlung mit dem ‚Border Gateway Protocol‘ (BGP), weitgehend ungeschützt gegen Konfigurationsfehler und betrügerische Manipulationen. Die Hamburger Informatiker stellen auf dem diesjährigen Cebit-Forschungsstand der Bundesregierung neueste Sicherheitslösungen für das Internet Routing vor. Präsentiert werden die Ergebnisse aus drei Jahren gemeinsamer Forschungsarbeit mit der FU Berlin, der TU München und den führenden deutschen Internet-Knotenpunkten im Projekt Peeroskop, welches vom Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) mit 1,7 Millionen Euro gefördert wird.
CAF: C++ Actor Framework 0.13 Released
This release adds IPv6 support, improves performance, and makes the pattern matching implementation more debugger friendly.

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