[Ndn-interest] new PhD student looking to get involved in NDN

Lan Wang (lanwang) lanwang at memphis.edu
Tue Sep 23 13:12:56 PDT 2014


What general research area in NDN are you looking for a problem?  Trust model is definitely one of the areas that needs more work.  On the other hand, I think "can I write such-and-such application" is a good starting point to get you think in an NDN way.  Without this experience, sometimes the research becomes irrelevant (not addressing the right problems).

On Sep 22, 2014, at 2:26 PM, Stephen Herwig <smherwig at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I just started a PhD program in computer science at the University of Maryland.  Over the past month, I've been reading about NDN and playing with v0.3, and I find it very interesting.
> I'm thinking of ways to get involved, and wondering what the critical problems are.  For instance, distributed trust-models seem pervasive.  On the other hand, a lot of the work seems to be protocol experimentation (e.g., can I write such-and-such application in NDN).
> In short, I'm just sort of wondering what the difficult problems are that the community is working on.  Hopefully, I'll be able to help out.
> Thanks,
> Stephen
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