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    Lehrstuhl für Informatik III

    7th Würzburg Workshop on IP: Joint EuroFGI and ITG Workshop on "Visions of Future Generation Networks"


    July 23rd - July 24th 2007

    Technical Program

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    Monday, 23 July, 2007

    8:30 am to 9:00 am

    Registration and Reception

    9:00 am to 9:15 am

    Opening and Welcome

    P. Tran-Gia (University of Würzburg) and D. Kofman (EuroFGI)

    9:15 am to 10:45 am

    Session 1: Next Generation Network Initiatives (Chair: P. Tran-Gia)


    Invited Talk: P. Freeman (Georgia Tech, USA)

    GENI at Age Three: Origins, Objectives, Outlook

    Abstract  Slides


    Invited Talk: S.-M. S. Kang (National Information Society Korea):

    Future Internet Research Activities and Testbed Experiences in Korea

    Abstract  Slides 


    Invited Talk: P. Stuckmann (European Commission)

    European Research on Future Internet in Framework Programme 7

    Abstract  Slides

    10:45 am to 11:30 am

    Poster Session with Coffee Break

    11:30 am to 12:30 pm

    Session 2: QoS and Scalability (Chair: J. Garcia-Vidal)


    Y. Ofek (University of Trento, Italy):

    Global Time for Overcoming Internet Challenges: Scalability with Guaranteed Performance

    Abstract  Slides


    W. Burakowski and H. Tarasiuk(Warsaw University of Technology, Poland):

    Towards the QoS Internet

    Abstract  Slides


    M. Menth (University of Würzburg, Germany):

    Overview of Future Internet Routing Activities

    Abstract  Slides

    12:30 pm to 1:50 pm


    1:50 pm to 3:00 pm

    Session 3: Self-Organization and P2P (Chair: J. Eberspächer)


    Invited Talk:M. Murata (Osaka University, Japan):

    Bio-Inspired Information Networking - Why and How We Can Build Self-Organizing Networks

    Abstract  Slides


    P. Wüchner and H. De Meer (University of Passau, Germany):

    Mathematical Modeling of Self-Organizing Systems

    Abstract  Slides


    A. Leon-Garcia and S. Sharma (University of Toronto, Canada):

    Incorporating P2P Networks in Service Provider Infrastructure

    Abstract  Slides

    3:00 pm to 3:30 pm

    Coffee Break

    3:30 pm to 4:10 pm

    Session 4: New Challenges (Chair: G. Haring)


    D. Kennedy (Eurescom):

    The Future Internet: A European Solution?

    Abstract  Slides


    A. Gladisch (T-Systems, Germany):

    Optics and the Challenge of Carrier Network Transformation


    4:10 pm to 5:10 pm

    Panel Session: Research Strategy towards Future Networks



    7:30 pm to open end

    Social Event

    Tuesday, 24 July, 2007

    9:00 am to 10:30 am

    Session 5: Wireless Networks (Chair: U. Herzog)


    Invited Talk:K.-D. Kohrt (NSN, Germany):

    Next Generation Mobile Networks & Mobile Internet - What is Different and Who Needs It?

    Abstract  Slides


    J. Garcia-Vidal (Technical University of Catalonia, Spain):

    The Case for a Cooperative Protocol Stack for Wireless Multihop Networks

    Abstract  Slides


    T. Le Quan and G. Kotsis (Johannes Kepler University, Austria):

    Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks as the Access Networks for the Internet and Mobility Management

    Abstract  Slides


    E. Weingärtner et F. Kargl (RWTH Aachen and University of Ulm, Germany):

    Hybrid Sensor-Vehicular Networks in the Context of Next-Generation Networking

    Abstract  Slides

    10:30 am to 11:00 am

    Coffee Break

    11:00 am to 12:30 pm

    Session 6: New Architectures (Chair: R. Lehnert)


    Invited Talk:P. Müller et al. (University of Kaiserslautern, Germany):

    Future Internet Architecture: A Service-Oriented Approach

    Abstract  Slides


    S. Mies et al. (University of Karlsruhe, Germany):

    SpoVNet: An Architecture for Supporting Future Internet Applications

    Abstract  Slides


    S. Baucke et al. (Ericsson GmbH, Germany):

    Flexible Architecture for the Future Internet

    Abstract  Slides


    T. Müller (Ericsson GmbH, Germany):

    Spanning Tree Protection in Ethernet Microwave Radio Networks Using Adaptive Modulation

    Abstract  Slides

    12:30 pm to 1:50 pm


    1:50 pm to 2:50 pm

    Session 7: P2P and Overlays (Chair: A. Leon-Garcia)


    W. Kellerer (DoCoMo Communications Laboratories Europe, Germany):

    Peer-to-Peer Networking in Heterogeneous, Mobile Environments

    Abstract  Slides


    T. Hoßfeld(University of Würzburg, Germany):

    Changing User Behaviour in Future Services

    Abstract  Slides

    G. Hasslinger and S. Kempken (T-Systems and University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany):

    Application and Analysis of Random Walks in Peer-to-Peer Networks

    Abstract  Slides

    2:50 pm to 3:20 pm

    Coffee Break

    3:20 pm to 4:50 pm

    Session 8: Security and Network Foundations (Chair: K. Tutschku)


    Invited Talk:J. Charzinski (NSN, Germany):

    On the Gap between Network Security Research, Realization and Usage

    Abstract  Slides


    R. P. Karrer (Technical University of Berlin, Germany):

    Securing the Internet: Threats, Trends and Tussles

    Abstract  Slides


    K.-D. Hackbarth and J. Portilla(University of Cantabria and University of Alcala, Spain):

    Next Generation Networks (NGN) and Next Generation Internet (NGI) and Corresponding Regulatory Issues

    Abstract  Slides


    M. Fidler (TU Darmstadt, Germany):
    A Min-Plus System Interpretation of Available Bandwidth Estimation
    Abstract  Slides

    4:50 pm to 4:55 pm




    Poster Session:

    1. F. Weber and U. Trick (University of Applied Sciences, Frankfurt/M., Germany): QoS in SIP-based NGN - Introducing Fundamental Requirements and a New Approach
      Abstract  Slides
    2. A. Lehmann et al. (University of Applied Sciences, Frankfurt/M., Germany): Optimizing Service Creation and Deployment for Different Service Providers Scenarios
      Abstract  Slides
    3. N. Z. Khan (Technical University of Ilmenau, Germany) : DAM-FANS: Dynamic Autonomous Monitoring of Future Access Network Services
      Abstract  Slides
    4. T. Dreibholz and E. P. Rathgeb (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany): Towards the Future Internet - A Survey of Challenges and Solutions in Research and Standardization
      Abstract  Slides
    5. K. Jakobs (RWTH Aachen, Germany): Setting Standards for Future Generation Networks - Lessons Learned from a Past Pitfall
      Abstract  Slides
    6. J. Kraaier and U. Killat (Hamburg University of Technology, Germany): On the Required Degree of Detail in Mobility Modeling for Vehicular Multihop Access Networks
      Abstract  Slides
    7. R. Böringer and H. Kärst (Cuculus GmbH, Germany): ZoneLAB - A Shared Lab Environment with Embedded Systems
      Abstract  Slides
    8. A. Klein (EADS, Germany): Load Balancing in Wireless Sensor Networks using Statistic-Based Routing
      Abstract  Slides
    9. M. Zhdanova and E. Druzhinin (Russian Federation): SECURITY LOCATOR Network Monitoring and Anomaly Detection Tool
      Abstract  Slides 

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