DAY 1 : Tutorial day : Monday 21, November 2005
8.30 : Registration opening
Morning : Title: Adaptive middleware
Instructors: Simon Dobson and Paddy Nixon, Univesity College Dublin
Afternoon : Title: From understanding self-organization in biology to managing artificial complex systems : slides : part 1, part 2, copyright,
Instructors: Fabrice Saffre, British Telecom Jose Halloy Universite libre de Bruxelles
Consult Tutorial Program for more information
DAY 2 : Conference day : Tuesday 22, November 2005
8.30 : Registration opening
8.45 : Welcome talk : D. Hutchison (Lancaster Univ.), S. Amarger (Hitachi), L. Lefevre (INRIA) slides
9.00 - 10.00 : Keynote 1 :
Ken Calvert, University of Kentucky, USA : Reflections on the development of Active and Programmable Networks"
"Research in Active and Programmable Networks has been ongoing for more
than ten years now. What have we learned? This talk will attempt to
draw some conclusions (both technical and nontechnical in nature)
based on the author's experiences in the DARPA program. Although the
talk will be primarily backward-looking, the goal is to inform current
and future efforts to develop and deploy new network architectures of
10.00 - 10.30 : Break
10.30 - 12.00 : Talks session : "Programmable networks and heterogeneity"
"Validating Inter-Domain SLAs with a Programmable Traffic Control System",
Elisa Boschi1, Matthias Bossardt, and Thomas Dubendorfer
Hitachi, France & Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland
"Cross-Layer Peer-to-Peer Traffic Identification and Optimization Based on Active Networking",
I. Dedinski, H. De Meer, L. Han, L. Mathy, D. P. Pezaros, J. S. Sventek, Z. Xiaoying
University of Passau, Germany & University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK
"Towards Effective Portability of Packet Handling Applications Across Heterogeneous Hardware Platforms",
Mario Baldi, Fulvio Risso
Politecnico di Torino, Italy
12.00 - 13.30 : Lunch
13.30 - 15.00 : Talks session on "architectural frameworks"
(Not Presented) "Architecture for an Active Network Infrastructure Grid . the iSEGrid",
LakshmiPriya TKS, Ranjani Parthasarathi
College of Engg, Guindy, Anna University, Chennai, India
"Network Services on Service Extensible Routers",
Lukas Ruf, Karoly Farkas, Hanspeter Hug, Bernhard Plattner
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland
"A Network-based Response Framework and Implementation",
Marcus Tylutki and Karl Levitt
Department of Computer Science, University of California, Davis, USA
"Building Resilient Networks using Programmable Networking Technologies",
Linlin Xie, Paul Smith, James Sterbenz, David Hutchison
Lancaster University, UK
15.00 - 15.15 : Break
15.15 - 16.45 : Short papers session (each short paper has a 10 minute slot)
16.45 - 17.00 : Break
17.00 - 18.30 : Panel 1 chaired by Lidia Yamamoto, University of Basel, Switzerland : "The guises of active networking - strategy or destiny ?"
with the following panelists : slides
- "A Secure Code Deployment Scheme for Active Networks"
Leila Kloul, Amdjed Mokhtari
PRiSM, Universite de Versailles, France
- "Securing AODV Routing Protocol in Mobile Ad-hoc Networks"
Phung Huu Phu, Myeongjae Yi, and Myung-Kyun Kim
University of Ulsan, Republic of Korea
- "Extensible Network Configuration and Communication Framework"
Todd Sproull and John Lockwood
Applied Research Laboratory, Washington University in Saint Louis, USA
- "A Model for Scalable and Autonomic Network Management"
Amir Eyal, Robin Braun
University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
- "Intelligibility Evaluation of a VoIP Multi-flow Block Interleaver"
Juan J. Ramos-Munoz, Angel M. Gomez, and Juan M. Lopez-Soler
University of Granada, Spain
- "A Web-Services Based Architecture for Dynamic-Service Deployment"
Christos Chrysoulas, Evangelos Haleplidis, Robert Haas, Spyros Denazis, Odysseas Koufopavlou
University of Patras, Greece - IBM Research, Zurich Research Laboratory, Switzerland - Hitachi Sophia Antipolis Lab, France
- "The Active Embedded Ubiquitous Web Service Framework"
Dugki Min, Junggyum Lee, Eunmi Choi
School of Computer Science and Engineering, Konkuk University
Hwayang-dong, Kwangjin-gu, Seoul, Korea - School of Business IT, Kookmin University Chongnung-dong, Songbuk-gu, Seoul, Korea
19.00 : Bus leaving IWAN05 conference
19.00 - 23.00 : Social event in Saint Jean Cap Ferrat Hotel - More information : http://www.grand-hotel-cap-ferrat.com/
DAY 3 : Conference day : Wednesday 23, November 2005
8.30 : Registration opening
9.00 - 10.00 : Keynote 2 :
Gísli Hjálmtýsson, Reykjavik University : "Architecture Challenges in Future Network Nodes"
"In this talk we will discuss our work on an active router architecture that aims at building an ideal platform for overlay based network services.
Rather than driving services onto routers, our goal is to provide service programmers with abstractions and functionality on end-systems that facilitates
service support on routers and gateways throughout the network. As such the abstract architecture incorporates end-systems, boundary gateways, and
routers, however, isolating the details of nodal facilities from application and service programmers. The architecture is designed to self-configure and
self-optimize each node, fully exploiting the hardware facilities at each node, and across a network of nodes, without explicit instructions from network
programmers. We discuss the elements of the architecture, describe the components we have constructed, and discuss the challenges in realizing the
remaining components and ultimately in assembling them into an integrated network system."
10.00 - 10.15 : Break
10.15 - 11.45 : Talks session on "Node Architectures"
"Towards the design of an industrial autonomic network node"
Martine Chaudier, Jean-Patrick Gelas, Laurent Lefèvre
INRIA / LIP (UMR CNRS, INRIA, ENS, UCB 5668), Lyon, France
"A Web Service- and ForCES-based Programmable Router Architecture"
Evangelos Haleplidis, Robert Haas, Spyros Denazis, Odysseas Koufopavlou
University of Patras, Greece - IBM Research, Zurich Research Laboratory, Switzerland - Hitachi Europe, France
"An Extension to Packet Filtering of Programmable Networks"
Marcus Scholler, Thomas Gamer, Roland Bless, and Martina Zitterbart
Institut fur Telematik, Universitat Karlsruhe, Germany
11.45 - 13.00 : Short papers session (each short paper has a 10 minutes slot)
- Gary Minden (University of Kansas, USA)
- Ken Calvert (University of Kentucky, USA) slides
- Laurent Mathy (Lancaster University, UK) slides
- Marcus Schöller (University of Karlsruhe, Germany) slides
13.00 - 14.30 : Lunch
14.30 - 16.30 : Talks session on "Services"
"SAND: A Scalable, Distributed and Dynamic Active Networks Directory Service",
M. Sifalakis, A. Mauthe and D. Hutchison
Lancaster University, UK
"A Programmable Structured Peer-to-Peer Overlay"
Marius Portmann, Sébastien Ardon, and Patrick Sénac
University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia - ENSICA, Toulouse, France
"Interpreted Active Packets for Ephemeral State Processing Routers"
Sylvain Martin and Guy Leduc
Université de Liège, Belgium
16.30 : Concluding remarks
- "Framework of an Application-Aware Adaptation Scheme for Disconnected Operations"
Umar Kalim, Hassan Jameel, Ali Sajjad, Sang Man Han, Sungyoung Lee and Young-Koo Lee
Kyung Hee University, South Korea
- "Kinetic Multipoint Relaying: Improvements using Mobility Predictions"
Jerome Harri, Fethi Filali and Christian Bonnet
Institut Eurecom, Sophia-Antipolis, France
- (Not Presented) "The Three-level Approaches for Differentiated Service in Clustering Web Server"
Myung-Sub Lee and Chang-Hyeon Park
Yeungnam University Kyungsan, Kyungbuk, Republic of Korea
- "On the manipulation of JPEG2000, in-flight, using active components on next generation satellites"
L.Sacks, H.Sellappan, S.Zachariadis, S.Bhatti, P.Kirstein, W.Fritsche, G. Gessler, K.Mayer
University College London, London, UK - IABG mbH, Ottobrunn, Germany
- (Not Presented) "TAON: A Topology-oriented Active Overlay Network Protocol"
Xinli Huang, Fanyuan Ma, and Wenju Zhang
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, P.R. China,
- (Not Presented) "A Biologically Inspired Multi-Agent Framework for Autonomic Service Management in Ubiquitous Computing Environments"
Frank Chiang, Robin Braun, and John Hughes
Faculty of Engineering, University of Technology Sydney, Australia