To learn more about our effort:
- The best general background we can offer is Ken's textbook:
- We are lunatics about publications. Click to the "publications" area
for details on anything we do.... Our research team
publishes extensively on all innovations associated with our project, so that
other's can learn from our successes and our failures and understand how QuickSilver,
Ricochet, Tempest, Kelips or other solutions we're developed can be used.
- Contact us. Professor Ken
Birman has overall responsibility for the effort. He can be reached
at +1 607-255-9199, email@example.com
- Professor Johannes Gehrke heads our data mining group. Professor
Paul Francis leads our networks group.
- Astrolabe is no longer available for general downloads; Amazon.com
purchased the IP rights and patents associated with that system. As a
side comment we should emphasize that Astrolabe was entirely developed with
private funding and that no government grants were in any way used
when building that system. Development occurred outside of Cornell.
However, we made use of an unmodified version of Astrolabe in some of our
Cornell research, under license, and our papers certainly discuss Astrolabe
in considerable detail..