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    Lehrstuhl für Informatik III

    6th Würzburg Workshop on IP: Joint EuroNGI and ITG Workshop on "Visions of Future Generation Networks"

    (EuroView2006)

    July 31st - August 1st 2006

    Technical Program

    (Download a printable pdf version of the program)


    Monday, 31 July, 2006

    8:30 am to 9:00 am

    Registration and Reception

    9:00 am to 9:15 am

    Opening and Welcome

    P. Tran-Gia and Kurt Tutschku (Depart. of Distributed Systems, University of Wuerzburg)

    G. Kaiser (Vice President, University of Wuerzburg)

    9:15 am to 10:35 am

    Session 1

     

    Visionary Keynote Talk: D. Kofman (GET, France)

    A view on future Communications

    Abstract  Slides

     

    Visionary Keynote Talk: J. Rexford (Princeton, USA, invited):

    GENI: Global Environment for Network Innovations

    Abstract  Slides

    10:35 am to 11:20 am

    Poster Session 1 with Coffee Break

    11:20 am to 1:00 pm

    Session 2

     

    Visionary Keynote Talk: P. Tran-Gia (University of W�rzburg, Germany):

    Service Design Evolution in the Future Internet

    Slides

     

    M. Dueser et al. (T-Systems, Berlin, Germany):

    Evaluation of Next Generation Network Architectures and Further Steps for a Clean Slate Networking-Approach

    Abstract  Slides

     

    N. Niebert (Ericsson Research, Herzogenrath, Germany):

    Ambient Networks: A Network Control Layer for the Future Internet

    Abstract  Slides

     

    K.-D. Hackbarth, G. Kulenkampff (University of Cantabria, Santander, Spain):

    Regulatory Issues for Next Generation Networks

    Abstract  Slides

    1:00 pm to 2:00 pm

    Lunch

    2:00 pm to 3:40 pm

    Session 3

     

    Visionary Keynote Talk: C. Diot (Thomson Research, Paris, France, invited):

    Service Convergence

    Abstract  Slides

     

    A. Popescu et al. (BTH, Karlskrona, Sweden):

    Content Distribution over IP: Development and Challenges

    Abstract  Slides

     

    G. Loose (Lucent Technologies, N�rnberg, Germany):

    Application and Transport Network Simplicity

    Abstract  Slides White paper on IMS - RACF

     

    K. Schilling (University of W�rzburg, Germany):

    Internet Links for / with Spacecraft

    Abstract

    3:40 pm to 4:10 pm

    Coffee Break

    4:10 pm to 5:10 pm

    Panel Session

     

     

    7:00pm to open end

    Social Event


     

    Tuesday, 1 August, 2006

    8:30 am to 9:50 am

    Session 4

     

    Visionary Keynote Talk: M. Crovella (Boston University, USA, invited)

    Next Generation Network Measurement

    Abstract  Slides

     

    Visionary Keynote Talk: A. Nakao (University of Tokyo, Japan, invited):

    Network Embedded Test-beds for New Generation Network Research

    Abstract  Slides

    9:50 am to 10:35 am

    Poster Session 2 with Coffee Break

    10:35 am to 12:15 pm

    Session 5

     

    Visionary Keynote Talk: T. Friedman (Universit� Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France, invited):

    PlanetLab and OneLab

    Abstract  Slides

     

    M. Hauenstein et al. (Nokia, Aachen, Germany):

    Automatic Establishment of IP Connectivity for Automated Base Transceiver Station Commissioning and Recovery

    Abstract  Slides

     

    L. Toutain (ENST Bretagne, Brest, France):

    Home Network Evolution

    Abstract  Slides

     

    S. Oueslati et al. (France Telecom, Paris , France):

    QoS in the Future Internet

    Abstract  Slides

    12:15 pm to 1:15 pm

    Lunch

    1:15 pm to 2:55 pm

    Session 6

     

    Visionary Keynote Talk: D. Raychaudhuri (WINLAB, Rutgers University, USA, invited):

    Emerging Wireless Technologies and their Impact on Future Internet Architecture

    Abstract  Slides

     

    G. Hasslinger (T-Systems, Darmstadt, Germany):

    Traffic Profiles Generated by Peer-to-Peer Networking

    Abstract  Slides

     

    I. K. Ibrahim et al. (University of Linz, Austria):

    Next Generation Networks: Information Management Issues

    Abstract  Slides

     

    T. Fuhrmann (Technical University of Karlsruhe, Germany):

    Scalable Routing for Unstructured Networks of Low-Resource Devices

    Abstract  Slides

    2:55 pm to 3:25 pm

    Coffee Break

    3:25 pm to 4:25 pm

    Session 7

     

    M. Scharf et al. (University of Stuttgart, Germany):

    To Session or not to Session: Design Issues for the Future Internet

    Abstract  Slides

     

    R. Zhao et al. (Technical University of Dresden, Germany):

    Planning of Hybrid Fiber-VDSL Access Networks with Fuzzy Genetic Algorithm

    Abstract

     

    H. Kärst et al. (Technical University of Illmenau, Germany):

    Reconfigurability as a Key for New Network Services

    Abstract  Slides

    4:25 pm to 4:40 pm

    Farewell

     

     

    Poster Session 1:

     

    1. Kai Jakobs (RWTH Aachen, Germany): Today�s Standards - Tomorrow�s Networks

      Abstract  Slides

    2. Olaf Landsiedel (RWTH Aachen, Germany): Towards Flexible and Modular Simulation Models

      Abstract  Slides

    3. Dimitri Marandin (TU Dresden, Germany): Link Cache Validation Mechanism for Dynamic Source Routing (DSR) in Ad hoc networks

      Abstract  Slides

    4. Simon Oechsner (University of W�rzburg, Germany)Multiple Location Execution
      Abstract  Slides

     

    Poster Session 2:

     

    1. Ren� B�ringer (University of Ilmenau): The Impact of the Transport Architecture of Radio Access Networks to Operational and Capital Expenditures

      Abstract  Slides

    2. Natalia Markovich (Institute of Control Sciences, Moscow, Russia): Nonparametric estimation of heavy-tailed density by dependent and independent data of WWW-traffic

      Abstract

    3. Jens Milbrandt (University of W�rzburg, Germany): Resilience Analysis and Network Optimization
      Abstract  Slides
    4. Frank Weber (FH Frankfurt, Germany): VoIP: SIP-based via Internet or NGN

      Abstract  Slides

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