Michael Peirce's undergraduate project involved the design of a new
electronic payment protocol, he still maintains a page of very useful links on
this topic here .
The final year students in the 4BA2 Networks Class of 1994/5 have produced
introductory material on OSI,
Multicast IP, IPng and ATM
The class of 1996/7 worked on Elements of WWW Technology
- the topics included Web Security, Web Indexing, Java, Diverse Information
Types, HTTP, HTML, Web Commerce, Access Control Mechanisms and WWW related
commercial network services. Neither has been checked for accuracy
The class of 2000/1 have produced a website entitled "Hot Topics in Networking".
Topics covered are Telco Access technologies, WAP and iMode, xDSL, cable access,wireless local loop, Bluetooth,
server farms, load sharing technology, common file systems and Internet Hi-Fi.
The class of 2001/2's website has information on
Internet in Space,
and Optical Networking.
The class of 2002/3's website is
dedicated to P2P and networking technologies.
The class of 2004/5's website covers the
following topics: PlaceLab geopositioning system, Onion routing for secure
communications, Ad hoc networking, SCI (scalable coherent interface),
Broadband over power lines (BPL), Bluetooth security, Denial of service attacks
and countermeasures, BitTorrent, Internet worms, Peer-to-peer routing
algorithms, GSM and UMTS security, Internet telephony and VoIP, VoIP and
wireless networking, Bluetooth for ad hoc networks.
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