QUIC has been the source of all the heat during the internet meetings for the past two years at least, after being kind of restricted to a smaller group since its existence became known in 2013. There is a reason for that, QUIC as a transport protocol takes the best of TCP and the best of UDP, add encryption for security, multiplexing for speed, and bring additional improvements to make sure deployment will be fast on top of existing equipment, and updates (in user land) will be faster than before (in the kernel). For those interested in a first overview (possibly slightly biased as indicated in the respective sections) wikipedia is always a good start. For the hardcore Fans, the corresponding IETF working group and mailing lists will satisfy all your desire for detailed information. The latest drafts (#16), are hot out of the press as IETF 103 is ongoing in Bangkok this week.