[e2e] Final Call for Participation: IEEE OPENARCH 2001

Andrew T. Campbell campbell at comet.columbia.edu
Mon Apr 9 18:42:56 PDT 2001


Advanced Program

The Fourth IEEE Conference on Open Architectures and
Network Programming (OPENARCH)


April 27-28, Hilton Anchorage Hotel, Anchorage, Alaska

Sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society

Platinum Supporters

Intel Corporation and Nortel Networks


OPENARCH is single-track format providing researchers, 
developers, and service providers with a focused, highly 
interactive opportunity to present, discuss, and absorb 
current work and future directions in active and 
programmable networks. 


Thursday April 26 

7.30-9.00 PM IEEE OPENARCH 2001 Welcome Reception 
Hilton Anchorage Hotel 


Friday April 27 

8.00 AM Light Breakfast 

8.45-9.00 AM Opening Address 
Raj Yavatkar, Intel Corp. 

9.00-10.00 AM Keynote Address 
Chair: Raj Yavatkar, Intel Corp.

Building Better Networks 
Jonathan S. Turner, Washington University in Saint Louis 

10.00-10.30 AM Coffee Break 
10.30-12.00 AM Programmable Router Architectures 
Chair: Andrew T. Campbell, Columbia University

VERA: An Extensible Router Architecture
Scott Karlin, Larry Peterson
Princeton University 

An Access Control Architecture for Programmable Routers
Jun Gao, Peter Steenkiste, 
Carnegie Mellon University

Dynamic Hardware Plugins (DHP): Exploiting Reconfigurable 
Hardware for High-Performance Programmable Routers 
David E. Taylor, Jonathan S. Turner, John W. Lockwood
Washington University in Saint Louis 

12.00 AM-1.30 PM Lunch Break 

Panel: 1.30-3.00 PM Network Architectures in the Optical Age
Organizer: Aurel A. Lazar, Xbind Inc. and Columbia University
Panelists: Dirceu Cavendish, NEC Labs Princeton, Gunnar Karlsson, 
KTH Stockholm, Dimitrios E. Pendarakis, Tellium, Dan Rubenstein, 
Columbia University, Jennifer Yates, AT&T Labs. 

3.00 AM-3.30 PM Coffee Break 

3.30-4.30 PM Active Multicast Services 
Chair: David Hutchinson, Lancaster University

Building Multicast Services from Unicast Forwarding and Ephemeral State
Ken Calvert, James Griffioen, Su Wen
University of Kentucky 

Active Reliable Multicast on CANEs: A Case Study
Matt Sanders, Georgia Institute of Technology
Ken Calvert, University of Kentucky
Mark Keaton, TASC, Inc. 
Samrat Bhattacharjee, University of Maryland
Stephen Zabele, TASC, Inc.
Ellen Zegura, Georgia Institute of Technology

4.30-5.30 PM Security Issues in Active Networks 
Chair: Peter Steenkiste, Carnegie Mellon University

Strong Security in Active Networks
Sandra Murphy, Edward Lewis, Robert Watson, Richard Yee, 
NAI Labs at Network Associates
Ralph Puga, MyCIO 

Securing Distributed Adaptation
Jun Li, Mark Yarvis, Peter Reiher, 
University of California, Los Angeles 

7.00 PM Social Event 

Cocktails and Dinner at the 4th Avenue Theater 


Saturday April 28 

8.00 AM Light Breakfast 
9.00-10.00 AM Keynote Address 
Chair: David Wetherall, Asta Networks 
Jeff Lawrence, CTO, Network Communications Group, Intel 

10.00-10.30 AM Coffee Break 
10.30-12.00 AM Programmable Networks 
Chair: John Vicente, Intel Corp.

New Models and Algorithms for Programmable Networks
Dan Raz, Yuval Shavitt, Bell Laboratories,
Lucent Technologies

Active Networking On A Programmable Network Platform 
Phil Yonghui Wang, Tal Lavian, Robert Duncan, Nortel
Robert Jaeger, University of Maryland

Regatta: A Framework for Automated Supervision of Network Clouds
Vijak Sethaput, Harvard University 
Adnan Onart, Franco Travostino, Nortel Networks 

12.00 AM-1.00 PM Lunch Break 
1.00-2.30 PM Panel: Peer-to-Peer Overlays: Active Network 
Prospect or Challenger? 
Organizer: David Wetherall, Asta Networks and University of Washington
Panelists: Larry Peterson, Princeton University, 
Joe Touch and Bob Braden, USC ISI 

2.30-3.00 PM Conference Invited Talk 

Reflective Middleware
Geoff Coulson, Lancaster University and Columbia University

3.00-3.30 PM Coffee Break 

3.30-5.00 PM Constructing Services 
Chair: Franko Travostino, Nortel Networks

Constructing End-to-End Paths for Playing Media Objects
Akihiro Nakao, Andy Bavier and Larry Peterson
Princeton University 

Providing Applications with Mobile Agent Technology
Paulo Marques, Paulo Simoes, Luis Silva, Fernando Boavida
Joao Gabriel,
University of Coimbra

Implementing Configurable Signalling in the MULTE-ORB
Tom Kristensen, Ingvild Berlin Kalleberg, 
Thomas Plagemann, University of Oslo 

5.00-5.30 PM Coffee Break 

5.30-6.30 PM Short Papers Session: Ghosts on the Net 
Organizer and Chair: Christian Tschudin, Uppsala University

Active Network Management and Kolmogorov Complexity 
Stephen Bush and Amit Kulakrni 
General Electric Corporate Research and Development 

Self-Organizing Route Aggregation for Active Ad-hoc Networks 
Richard Gold, 
GMD Fokus. 

ALM and Programmable Networks for v4-to-v6 Multicast Transition 
Paul Smith, Laurent Mathy, Roberto Canonico and David Hutchison, 
Lancaster University. 

Distributed Network Metering Model: Overview 
Marcelo Pias and Steve Wilbur, 
University College London. 

Sphere: A Binding Model and Middleware for Routing Protocols 
Vassilis D. Stachtos, Michael E. Kounavis and Andrew T. Campbell, 
Columbia University.

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