IN9150 – Recent Advancement in Internet Protocols
Changes in the course due to coronavirus
Autumn 2020 we plan for teaching and examinations to be conducted as described in the course description and on semester pages. However, changes may occur due to the corona situation. You will receive notifications about any changes at the semester page and/or in Canvas.
Spring 2020: Teaching and examinations was digitilized. See changes and common guidelines for exams at the MN faculty spring 2020.
This research-oriented seminar explores state-of-the art developments in Internet protocols, especially transport-, network-, and application-layer protocols. The seminar offers a critical look at these Internet protocols. This will allow participants to better understand protocol shortcomings, and how new solutions try to address these shortcomings. Specific seminar topics will focus on recent Internet standards.
After you have completed this course, you:
- understand the problems of today´s Internet protocols
- understand how the Internet protocols evolve, including the roles of big players and Internet standards
- know and understand the needs for new Internet protocol innovations
- know how to concisely present results from research papers
- know how to a write a critical summary of research papers
Admission to the course
15 students can be admitted (IN5150 and IN9150 together). The students will be prioritized as follows:
- Phd students at the Department of Informatics with IN9150 on their approved study plan.
- Master students at the Department of Informatics with IN5150 on their approved study plan.
- Master/PhD students at the Department of Informatics.
- Other qualified students.
Recommended previous knowledge
- 10 credits overlap with IN5150 – Recent Advancement in Internet Protocols.
3 hours of lectures per week. Discussion and group work.The students are expected to participate in the discussions An oral presentation in class must been given. To be allowed to take the final exam, each student must attend at least 80% of the lectures, and prior to each of these lectures, the student must read the articles to be discussed.
It is strongly recommended to attend the first lecture because administrative information will be given.
The grade will be calculated as 50% for the presentation and 50% for the oral exam.
Language of examination
The examination text is given in English, and you submit your response in English.
Grades are awarded on a pass/fail scale. Read more about the grading system.