The Internet Engineering Curriculum Repository (IEC) is a project of CAIDA (Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis) in conjunction with NLANR (National Laboratory for Applied Network Research) to help educators and others interested in Internet technology keep up with developments in the field. It is funded by National Science Foundation grant NCR-9706181 and CAIDA members. This page acknowledges and credits the people and organizations who have contributed to the project.
The Web Site
The IEC web site is being built and maintained by Alex Ma, a senior Cognitive Science major at UCSD.
Theresa Ott serves as the IEC project coordinator and point of contact for workshops and other IEC functions. Evi Nemeth is responsible for quality control of the IEC repository, ensuring that the site easy to use and considerate to slow links on the Internet.
Our Advisory Board
The IEC Advisory Board will provide guidance on the critical requirements of industry and how academia and this dynamic repository can assist in preparing the next generation of Internet engineering graduates. The advisory board is also responsible for choosing schools to add laboratory components of their networking curricula. Our advisory board is:
- Robert Aiken, Cisco
- Steve Bellovin, AT&T Research
- Scott Bradner, Harvard
- Randy Bush, Verio
- John Connolly, University of Kentucky
- Jon Crowcroft, University College London
- Jim Kurose, University of Massachusetts
- Rick Wilder, MCI Worldcom
Our Industrial Affiliates
Several industry leaders have contributed to the IEC project, with ideas, contacts, money for scholarships for workshop attendees, etc. We appreciate their participation and support; they are:
- Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
- Cisco Systems
- National Science Foundation (NSF)