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6. GI/ITG KuVS Fachgespräch Future Internet

6th GI/ITG KuVS Workshop on “Future Internet”
Monday, November 22, 2010, 10:00-17:00
Leibniz Universität Hannover, Appelstr. 9A, 15th floor

Program

Sunday, November 21:

If you wish to travel on Sunday, we recommend the "Schlafgut Hotel". We reserved a limited contingent with a special price of 82,-€ per diem (mention "IKT"). Please book directly (and as soon as possible). You are also welcome to join us at a social event at the "gutbürgerliche Gaststätte Kaiser" (without registration, ask there for the Future Internet group for finding us), we will be there from 7 p.m.

Monday, November 22:

The workshop is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The lunch will be held at the restaurant "Zwischenzeit".

Agenda [PDF-Version]

  • Dirk Kutscher, Hannu Flinck, Holger Karl:
    Information-Centric Networking [Abstract][Slides]
  • Torsten Braun, Volker Hilt, Markus Hofmann, Ivica Rimac,
    Moritz Steiner, Matteo Varvello:
    Service-Centric Networking [Abstract][Slides]
  • Zdravko Bozakov: 
    Towards Virtual Routers as a Service [Abstract][Slides]
  • Gergö Lovász, Florian Niedermeier, Nasir Ali, Robert Basmadjian, Hermann de Meer:
    Modeling Power Consumption of the G-Lab Platform to Enable an
    Energy-Efficient Provision of Services
    [Abstract]
  • Gergö Lovász, Robert Basmadjian, Florian Niedermeier, Hermann de Meer:
    Call for Participation: Erzeugen einer virtuellen Infrastruktur auf
    G-Lab, die Services mit strikten QoS-Anforderungen
    energieeffizient erbringen kann
    [Abstract]
  • Christoph Mayer, Oliver Waldhorst:
    Where the Network ends: Infrastructure and Delay TolerantNetworks in a Hybrid Future Internet [Abstract][Slides]
  • Michael Kleis:
    Congestion Aware Path Selection for Multipath-Routing [Abstract]
  • Ahmed Abujoda:
    Network Measurements in Virtualized Networks and its
    Challenges
    [Abstract][Slides]
  • Daniel Schlosser, Michael Jarschel:
    Network Virtualization: Isolation Problems and Scalability Issues [Abstract]
  • Osama Abboud, Konstantin Pussep,
    Aleksandra Kovacevic, Ralf Steinmetz:
    Router Virtualization as an Enabler for Future Internet
    Multimedia Applications
    [Abstract][Slides]

 

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Traveling information

The hotel / restaurants as well as the conference building are located very closely (< 5 min.). Please have a look at this detailed map . There are all relevant contact information (phone numbers, www links) of the hotel and the restaurants .

By train: Long-distance trains stop at the central station "Hannover Hauptbahnhof". First, you need to get to Hannover's connecting station for the Stadtbahn (tram/subway) - It is called "Kröpcke". While natives often prefer to take a direct walk through the south exit (Ernst-August-Platz) and follow the "Niki-de-Saint-Phalle" underground passage, you can alternatively follow the signs for the Stadtbahn U1, U2, U3, U7, U8, U9 (direction Kröpcke, 1 stop) it is located at the lower ground level of the building, near to the north exit (Raschplatz). From "Kröpcke" you can use the Stadtbahn U4 (Garbsen), U5 (Stöcken), U6 (Nordhafen), U11 (Haltenhoffstraße), they all stop at the same platform at Kröpcke. When using U4 or U5, get off at "Schneiderberg/Wilhelm-Busch-Museum" - For U6 or U11 get off at "Kopernikusstraße" and take a short walk with the map above. From "Hauptbahnhof" to the conference building you will normally need max. 20 minutes. (Please use http://www.uestra.de/ for further maps and schedules)

By car: Simply use the map (mentioned above) to plan your route with maps.google.de

By aircraft: At the Flughafen Hannover take the Deutsche Bahn S-Bahn 5 (Paderborn Hbf) and get off at "Hannover Bahnhof Nordstadt". You will need 14 minutes on the train plus 10 minutes to walk. The Bahnhof Nordstadt is marked with a green "S" on the map. Alternatively, using tram or/and busses is also possible, but you will have to change.

Registration / Call for Participation

Please register at http://www.future-internet.org/anmeldung.php until Nov. 7, 2010.

Call for Presentations

Call for Presentations / PDF-version

Overview

The Future Internet continues to gather momentum in the scientific and industrial community. The topic “Future Internet” is widely attracting attention. Triggered by FIND/GENI activities of the NSF both the EU in the 7th Framework as well as the BMBF in its IT strategy for 2020 addresses this topic. Still, discussions mainly take place in the research environment and have to get carried into the industry. The workshop topic covers a wide area ranging from the incremental improvement of today's Internet to a complete fresh start (clean slate approach).

Aim of this GI/ITG KuVS workshop on Future Internet is to give scientists in this area the opportunity to present and discuss novel ideas and recent work as well as to strengthen cooperation. Emphasis will be placed on innovation and prospect of new approaches over incremental works.

The topics of this workshop are focused but not limited to:

  • New architectures (evolutionary vs. clean slate)
  • New routing schemes, e.g. content-based
  • Routing mediation (pub/sub)
  • Virtual and overlay networks
  • Separation of identity and address (locator/ID split)
  • Resource management and QoS/QoE
  • Next generation transport, e.g. carrier grade Ethernet
  • Energy efficiency (green ICT)
  • Network management and control plane
  • Experimental research and interactions with the real world
  • Future mobile networks
  • New application paradigms and APIs

Call for Presentations

Presentations are 20 minutes plus discussion. For submission send an advanced abstract of 2 double-column pages (PDF format) via email to fgfuture-internet.org until Monday, September 20, 2010. Submissions will be selected for presentation based on a peer review process.

Important Dates

Submission Deadline: Extended: October 3, 2010
Notification of Acceptance: October 22, 2010
Workshop: November 22, 2010

Organization

Markus Fidler, Leibniz Universität Hannover

Paul Müller, TU Kaiserslautern

Program Comittee

Torsten Braun, University of Bern
Georg Carle, TU München
Jörg Eberspächer, TU München
Markus Fidler, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Paul Müller, TU Kaiserslautern
Wolfgang Nejdl, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Ralf Steinmetz, TU Darmstadt
Burkhard Stiller, Universität Zürich
Heiner Stüttgen, NEC Heidelberg
Phuoc Tran-Gia, Universität Würzburg
Lars Wolf, TU Braunschweig
Klaus Wünstel, Alcatel-Lucent, Bell Labs
Martina Zitterbart, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

 

For current information concerning the workshop and the topic “Future Internet” please consult: http://www.ikt.uni-hannover.de/fg_future_internet.html, respectively, http://www.future-internet.org/.