[e2e] OPENSIG 2002 Workshop

Ken Calvert calvert at netlab.uky.edu
Wed Sep 25 05:14:52 PDT 2002

[Ob. apologies for multiple copies -- KC]


			OPENSIG 2002 Workshop
			 October 17-18, 2002

		   "From Signaling to Programming"

			University of Kentucky
		       Lexington, Kentucky, USA


OPENSIG promotes the development of new network architectures and
services through open signaling and programmability. The OPENSIG
community offers a forum for the communication of experimental and
theoretical results aimed at a better understanding of the issues
involved in flexible, programmable network architecture, and the
evolution of existing infrastructure in that direction.

This year's theme is "From Signaling to Programming".  The aim is to
highlight the range of evolution options emerging from research,
especially those that may form the basis of an integrated next
generation network.  The workshop is being organized by the Laboratory
for Advanced Networking and the Department of Computer Science at the
University of Kentucky.

Workshop Venue
   The Workshop will be held in the beautiful W.T. Young Library on the 
   campus of the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky.

Registration and Accommodations

*****HURRY: Block of rooms held until SEPTEMBER 30*******
        Radisson Plaza Hotel
        369 West Vine Street
        Lexington Kentucky 40507 
        Reservations: +1-800-333-3333, mention "OPENSIG"
   (Please see the web page:
   Note: Transportation will be provided between the hotel and the
   Young Library.

Organizing Committee
   Ken Calvert, University of Kentucky
   Andrew Campbell, Columbia University
   Spyros Denazis, Hitachi Europe
   Jim Griffioen, University of Kentucky
   Christos Papadopoulos, USC ISI
   Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University
   James Sterbenz, BBN Technologies
   Steve Zabele, Alphatech

Workshop Program

--- Thursday, 17 October

8:30   Registration, Continental Breakfast

9:00   Welcome

9:15   Keynote

10:00  Break

10:15  Session I: Architectures, Frameworks and Protocols for Service
       Deployment in the Next Generation Networks
        * Itaru Mimura, Hitachi Japan
        * Christian Prehofer, NTT DoCoMo Europe
        * Hilarie Orman, Purple Streak
        * Geoffrey Coulson, University of Lancaster
       Organizer and Chair: Spyros Denazis, Hitachi Europe

12:00  Depart for Lunch at Keeneland <http://www.keeneland.com>

15:00  Session II: Overlay Networks
        * Anthony Joseph, UC Berkeley
        * David Andersen, MIT
        * Dan Rubenstein, Columbia University
       Organizer and Chair: Andrew Campbell, Columbia University

16:30   Break

17:00  Session III: Network Processors
        * Andreas Kind, IBM Zurich
        * John Lockwood, Washington University in St. Louis
        * Aaron Kunze, Intel
        * Brian Lyles, Sprint Labs
       Organizer and Chair: James Sterbenz

19:00  Reception at Radisson Hotel

--- Friday, 18 October

8:00   Continental Breakfast

8:30   Session IV: Publish/Subscribe Technologies
        * Jim Kurose, University of Massachusetts
        * Alex Wolf, Colorado
        * Srini Seshan, Carnegie Melon University
       Organizer and Chair: Steve Zabele, Alphatech

10:00  Break

10:30  Session V: Extensible Networks
        * Jaiwant Mulik, Temple University
        * Steven Berson, USC ISI
        * Eddie Kohler, ICSI Center for Internet Research
        * Gisli Hjalmtysson, Reykjavik University
       Organizer and Chair: Christos Papadopoulos, USC ISI

12:00  Lunch

13:00  Session VI: Open-Call Presentations
       * Configuring Sessions in Programmable Networks with Capacity
         Constraints,  S. Choi and J. Turner, Washington University
         in St. Louis
       * Solution Deployment on Multi-Provider Networks
         E. Y. Chen, University of Tokyo
       * An Exposed Approach to Scalable Network Storage and
         Programmability, M. Beck, J. Plank, and T. Moore,
         University of Tennessee
       * Tapestry: Realizing a Scalable Management Paradigm on
         Commodity Routers, K.-S. Lim and R. Stadler,
         KTH Stockholm
       Organizer and Chair: James Griffioen, University of Kentucky

15:00  Break

15:30  Session VII: The Future of Signaling in the Internet
       * Roman Pletka, IBM Zurich
       * Bob Lindell, USC ISI
       * Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University
       Organizer and Chair: Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University

17:00  Workshop Concludes


For further Information please contact Jim Griffioen
(griff at netlab.uky.edu) or Ken Calvert (calvert at netlab.uky.edu)
   Lab for Advanced Networking
   Hardymon Building, University of Kentucky
   301 Rose St.
   Lexington, KY 40515 USA
   Phone: +1 859 257 6746

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