[e2e] Final Call for Participation: OPENARCH 2002

Scott C. Karlin scott at CS.Princeton.EDU
Thu Apr 25 07:03:41 PDT 2002



                      The Fifth IEEE Conference on
               Open Architectures and Network Programming

                             (OPENARCH 2002)

                    Co-Located with IEEE INFOCOM 2002

              Sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society

                            June 28-29, 2002
                              New York, NY


   Discounted Hotel and Conference Reservation Deadline:   May 31, 2002


The Fifth IEEE Conference on Open Architectures and Network Programming
invites your participation in this lively international forum on open
and programmable networks.

Advances in open and programmable network elements are redefining
network software architectures and moving control and management
systems away from traditional closed/rigid solutions.  OPENARCH 2002
will foster understanding of these new network software architectures
and techniques.

OPENARCH's single-track format will provide researchers and developers
with a focused, highly interactive opportunity to present and discuss
current work and future directions in programmable networks, and new
services built on top of them.


Friday, June 28th

Session 1: 8:45 - 10:00
Keynote Speech
Chair: L. Peterson, J. Turner, F. Travostino

WebServices Architecture for Customer Control and Management
  of Optical Networks
Bill St. Arnaud, Senior Director, Advanced Networks, CANARIE Inc.

Session 2: 10:30 - 12:00
Primitives in Support of Overlay Networks
Chair: J. Griffioen, University of Kentucky

Network Layer Support for Overlay Networks
John Jannotti, MIT

Topology Discovery Service for Router-Assisted Multicast Transport.
Jonathan K. Shapiro, Jim Kurose, Don Towsley,
  University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Stephen Zabele, Litton-TASC Inc.

PAMcast: Programmable Any-Multicast for Scalable Message Delivery
Youngsu Chae, Ellen W. Zegura, Haris Delalic, Georgia Tech

Session 3: 1:30 - 3:00
Tech Transfer: A Path to Relevance (Panel)
Chair: L. Peterson, Princeton University
Panelists include:
  Larry Peterson, Princeton University
  Jonathan Turner, Washington University in Saint Louis
  Melinda Shore, Cisco

Session 4: 3:30 - 5:00
Constructing Services from Components
Chair: A. Lazar, Columbia University

Modular Components for Network Address Translation
Eddie Kohler, ICSI Center for Internet Research
Robert Morris, MIT
Massimiliano Poletto, Mazu Networks

A Comparative Study of Extensible Routers
Yitzchak Gottlieb, Larry Peterson, Princeton University

Forwarding without Loops in Icarus
Andrew Whitaker, David Wetherall, University of Washington


Saturday, June 29th

Session 5: 8:30 - 10:00
Network Processors and Configurable Hardware
Chair: J. Hartman, University of Arizona

The Potential of Just-in-Time Compilation in Active Networks based
  on Network Processors
Andreas Kind, Roman Pletka, IBM Zurich Research Laboratory
Burkhard Stiller, ETH Zurich

NetBind: A Binding Tool for Constructing Data Paths in Network
  Processor-Based Routers
Andrew T. Campbell, Stephen T. Chou, Michael E. Kounavis,
  Vassilis D. Stachtos, Columbia University
John Vicente, Columbia University and Intel

APE: Fast and Secure Active Networking Architecture for Active
  Packet Editing
Noriyuki Takahashi, Toshiaki Miyazaki, Takahiro Murooka,
  NTT Network Innovation Laboratories

Session 6: 10:30 - 12:00
Architectures and Frameworks
Chair: J. Lepreau, University of Utah

A Framework for Efficient and Programmable Sensor Networks
Athanassios Boulis, Mani B. Srivastava, UCLA

ComAN: A Multiple-Language Active Network Architecture Enabled
  via Middleware
Carl Cook, Krzysztof Pawlikowski, Harsha Sirisena, University of

Safe Kernel Programming in the OKE
Herbert Bos, Bart Samwel, Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science

Session 7: 1:30 - 3:00
Short Papers
Chair: D. Hutchison, University of Lancaster

Session 8: 3:30 - 5:00
Resource Management
Chair: A. Campbell, Columbia University

Global Flow Control for Wide Area Overlay Networks: A Cost-Benefit
Yair Amir, Baruch Awerbuch, Claudiu Danilov, Jonathan Stanton,
  Johns Hopkins University

Opus: An Overlay Peer Utility Service
Rebecca Braynard, Dejan Kostic, Adolfo Rodriguez, Jeff Chase,
  Amin Vahdat, Duke University

CALM: Congestion-Aware Layered Multicast
Su Wen, James Griffioen, Kenneth L. Calvert, University of Kentucky


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