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 eFIF: Future Internet Testbed Workshop
 Chairman :  James WILLIAMS ( Indiana University - USA )
 Dae Young KIM ( CNU - Korea / Visiting Professor - Kyoto University, Japan )
 Shinji Shimojo ( National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan )
 Objectives :  
  1. Expose APAN organizational members to the FIT activities in the US, with an emphasis on how APAN members might participate.
  2. Expose APAN organizational members and US visitors to the FIT activities in Asia, with an emphasis on how both groups might participate.
  3. Expose individual APAN members and researchers to opportunities to participate in FIT in both Asia and the US.
 Target Audience :  APAN network researchers and engineers.
 Expected Number of Participants :  60
 Agenda :  


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Speaker Bios and Contact Information:

Dr. Dongkyun Kim [mirr@kisti.re.kr]

Dr. Dongkyun Kim has been working for domestic and international research networking in Korea since 2000. He is a PI of GLORIAD-KR project and an active member of GLIF now. Regarding Future Internet, he is a member of Future Internet Forum in Korea and AsiaFI, serving as a co-PI of K-GENI project based on GENI activity in the US.

 

James Williams [williams@indiana.edu]

James Williams is the Director of International Networking at Indiana University and the Principal Investigator for multiple NSF projects in Asia and South Asia.  He is the co-PI, with Dongkyun Kim of the K-GENI Project.  He is also co-chair of the GENI Operations and Integration Working Group.

 

Dae Young Kim

Dae Young KIM is a professor of Chungnam University, Corea, and is also currently a visiting professor at Kyoto University, Japan, for a year.   He is vice chair of APAN, the Corea Future Internet Forum(FIF), the Asia Future Internet Forum(AsiaFI), and chair of ISO/IEC JTC1/SC6.   His current research interest is Future Internet testbeds as well as its architecture.

Shinji Shomojo

Shinji Shimojo received the M.E. and Ph.D. degrees from Osaka University in 1983 and 1986, respectively. He was an Assistant Professor with the Department of Information and Computer Sciences, Faculty of Engineering Science at Osaka University from 1986, and an Associate Professor with Computation Center from 1991 to 1998. During this period, he also worked for a year as a Visiting Researcher at the University of California, Irvine. He has been a Professor with the Cybermedia Center (then the Computation Center) at Osaka University since 1998, and from 2005 to 2008 had been the director of the Center. He is an executive researcher at National Institute of Information and Communications Technology and a director of JGN2plus which is one of national testbed network. His current research work is focusing on a wide variety of multimedia applications, peer-to-peer communication networks, ubiquitous network systems, and Grid technologies. He was awarded the Osaka Science Prize in 2005. He is a member of IEEE and IEICE.

Dr. JongWon Kim

Dr. JongWon Kim currently works as a Professor at the Department of Information & Communications (DIC), Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology (GIST), Gwangju, Korea. Under the slogan of “Dynamic composition of immersive media-oriented services over the wired/wireless IP convergence networks,” he is focusing on networked media systems and services. He is participating in a Korean Future Internet testbed project called FIRST. He also has been serving as the APAN HDTV WG chair since 2004.


Hideyuki Shimonishi

HIDEyuki Shimonishi is the Principal Researcher at System Platforms Research Labs, NEC Corp Japan. His research team is working on Future Internet related activities including, OpenFlow switch, network OS, QoS and traffic control, routing and traffic engineering, network monitoring, and mobile networks.

 

Dr. Jun Bi

Dr. Jun Bi is a Full Professor and Director of Network Architecture & IPv6 Research Division, Network Research Center of Tsinghua University.  His research interests include Internet architecture and protocols, Source address validation, Internet routing, etc. He had successful led tens of research projects, published more than 70 research papers, owned tens of innovation patents, received the national science and technology advancement prizes, and supported by program of Ministry of Education of China for New Century Excellent Talents in University. He serves as chairs or members of technical program committee of many international academic conferences. He is Senior Member of ACM, Senior Member of China Computer Federation, Senior Member of China Institute of Communications, Secretariat Director and Steering Group Member of Asia Future Internet Forum (AsiaFI).

 

Katsushi Kobayashi

Katsushi Kobayashi received his B.E., M.E., and Ph.D. degrees in Science, University of Electro-Communications (UEC), Tokyo,Japan in 1987, 1989, and 1993, respectively. He was a research associate with Computer Center, UEC during 1993-1998. He joined the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT formerly named CRL), Japan in 1998-2006. He joined Grid Technology Research Center in Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan. He is a member of IEEE and ACM.

 

Dr Kiyohide Nakauchi

Dr Kiyohide Nakauchi is a senior researcher in National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT).  His current research interests include overlay networks, peer-to-peer
networks, network virtualization, high-speed transport protocols, and network architecture.  He is also involved in the operation and federation of PlanetLab Japan. He is a member of Strategic Headquarters for New Generation Network R&D in NICT.

 

Doug Pearson

Doug Pearson is the director of the Research and Education Networking - Information Sharing and Analysis Center (REN-ISAC) at Indiana University. The REN-ISAC mission is to aid and promote cyber security operational protection and response within the higher education and research (R&E) communities. The mission is conducted within the context of a private community of trusted representatives at member institutions, and in service to the R&E community at-large. REN-ISAC serves as the R&E trusted partner for served networks, the formal US ISAC community, and in other commercial, governmental, and private security information sharing relationships.



9:00 – 9:15 Welcome and Introduction (Williams)


09:15-1030    Session 1 – Some large FIT activities - Chair: James Williams


Talk #1 - Title: GENI Overview.  James Williams, Indiana University   williams@indiana.edu  – to present for the GPO
Talk #2 - Title:
Preparing Resource Aggregations for FIRST Future Internet Testbed.

Jong Won Kim, GIST    jongwon@nm.gist.ac.kr

Talk #3 – Title: FEDERICA.  Mauro Campanella, GARR  Mauro.Campanella@garr.it  [remote presentation]

Talk #4 - Title: International Future Internet Federations over K-GENI. 

Dongkyun Kim, KISTI    mirr@kisti.re.kr

 

1030-1100    Break


1100-1230    Session 2 – Some Asia based FIT activities - Chair: Shinji Shimojo


Talk #5 - Title: TBD <PlanetLAB-J> Aki Nakao, University of Tokyo, NICT nakao@iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp,
Talk #6 - Title: TBD <OpenFlow>  Hideyuki Shimonishi:  h-shimonishi@cd.jp.nec.com
Talk #7 - Title:
The FI related Research Activities in China.  Jun Bi - CERNET junbi@cernet.edu.cn

Talk #8 - Title: Designing Open Wireless Test-bed for New Generation Network Research
Kiyohide Nakauchi, NICT [remote presentation]


12:30 - 14:00. Lunch Break - Discussion of APAN Future Internet Testbed Working Group [FIT-WG]
Revisit the proposed WG Charter and discuss the activity directions of the WG.


14:00-15:00    Session 3 – Some FIT infrastructure components - Chair: DY Kim


Talk #9 - Title: The Security Event System (SES) - real-time sharing of security event data – Doug Pearson – dodpears@ren-isac.net – REN-ISAC /Indiana University [remote presentation]
Talk #10 - Title: i-Path: Network Transparency for Future Internet - Katsushi Kobayashi

 ikob@ni.aist.go.jp - ASIT
Talk #11 – Title: FIT Operations [GENI-GMOC].  James Williams, Indiana University williams@indiana.edu 


15:00 – 15:30 Workshop Wrap-up and next steps (All)

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