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Conference Program

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Day 1: Monday October 24th (Student workshop)

ENSICA (close to “Jolimont” metro station)

8h00 Registration

9h00-9h30 Welcome message

9h30-10h30 Poster session 1
-   Comparing traffic engineering objective functions, Simon Balon, Fabian Skivée, Guy Leduc
-   IPSense - Multi-Paradigm Routing for Wireless Sensor Networks, Tiago Camilo
-   An Evaluation of IP Fast Reroute Technique, Pierre François
-   Scheduling of TCP sessions in SIP over MPLS based network, Hassan Hassan
-   Hierarchical Architecture for Managed Wireless Networks, Balazs Kovacs, Rolland Vida, Gergely Biczok
-   Improving Mobile IP Handover Latency for End-to-End TCP in UMTS/WCDMA, Chee Kong Lau
-   Network Middleware for Large Scale Mobile and Pervasive Augmented Reality Games, Pedro Miguel Ferreira
-   Experimental Study of DCCP for Multimedia Applications, Frédéric Nivor
-   Using Virtual Coordinates in the Establishment of Inter-domain LSPs, Cristel Pelsser
-   Topology generation based on network design heuristics, Bruno Quoitin
-   Outage Probability of Cellular Radio Systems Using MRC in Spherically Invariant Environment, Tharith Sriv
-   DDC: A Dynamic and Distributed Clustering Algorithm for Networked Virtual Environments based on P2P networks, Moritz Steiner, Ernst W. Biersack
-   Positioning Mobile Base Station to Prolong Wireless Sensor Network Lifetime, Dorottya Vass, A. Vidacs
-   Multi-hop Wireless Sensor Networks with Mobile Sink, Zoltan Vincze, Rolland Vida

10h30-11h00 Coffee break

11h00-12h30 Keynote talk by Olivier Bonaventure, Université Catholique de Louvain
-  BGP challenges in next generation Internet,

12h30-14h00 Lunch

14h00-15h00 Poster session 2
-   On Faster and Fair Lookup Operation in Content-Addressable Networks, Gergely Biczok, Rolland Vida
-   Stealth Distributed Hash Table: Unleashing the Real Potential of Peer-to-Peer, Andrew Brampton, Andrew MacQuire, Idris A. Rai, Nicholas J.P. Race, Laurent Mathy
-   Original Broadcasting Technique In Radio Networks, Benoît Darties
-   Janus: An Architecture for Flexible Access to Sensor Networks, Richard Gold
-   Building Media Overlay Service Paths, Stephen Herborn
-   Modelling, Simulation and Emulation of QoS oriented transport mechanisms, Guillaume Jourjon, Ernesto Exposito, Laurent Dairaine
-   Adaptive Layer Design for Video Multimedia Services in a Mobile Environment, Daniel Negru, Ahmed Mehaoua
-   Ongoing Efforts on Performance Comparison of Mobile Routers, Eranga Perera
-   Dynamic Load Balancing for Position-Based Routing, Matthias Transier, Holger Füssler, Martin Mauve, Jörg Widmer, Wolfgang Effelsberg
-   Towards Potential-Based Clustering for Wireless Sensor Networks, Leonidas Tzevelekas, Artur Ziviani, Marcelo Dias de Amorim, Petia Todorova, Ioannis Stavrakakis
-   A Column Generation Approach for IGP Weight Setting Problem, Hakan Ümit
-   Triggering Wireless Network Flashes, Athanasios Vaios, Ioannis Stavrakakis
-   Comparison of iBGP topologies, Virginie Van den Schrieck
-   Resource Contribution Model for Message Relaying in P2P, Krit Wongrujira, Aruna Seneviratne

15h00-15h30 Coffee break

15h30-17h00 Panel: Christian Huitema (Microsoft), James Scott (Intel), Jean-Marc Uze (Juniper Networks)

-  Key Future Technical Challenges and Related Skills to be Developed for Education and Research

17h00-18h00 Poster session 3
-   Security as a Quality of Service Routing Problem, Ibrahim Ali Almerhag, M.E. Woodward
-   A Comment on Simulating LRD Traffic with Pareto ON/OFF sources, Thomas Bohnert, Edmundo Monteiro
-   Differentiated Quality of Service Scheme Based on the Use of multi-classes of ant-like agents, Liliana Carillo, carles Guadall, José L. Marzo
-   Increasing the Determinism of Network Emulation to Evaluate Communication Protocols, Emmanuel Conchon, Johan Garcia
-   The Consistent Web: A vision of the Future, Ciaran Ferry, Stephen Blott
-   UML-Based Modeling and Formal Verification of Security Protocols, Sara Mota, Benjamin Fontan
-   SFG: Smart Flooding by Gossiping, Zülküf Genç
-   Forwarding deflection in multi-area OSPF, Stefano Lasi, Pierre François, Steve Uhlig
-   On the Application of Dead-Reckoning to Position-Based Routing for Vehicular Highway Scenarios, Thomas King, Hoger Füssler, Matthias Transier, Wolfgang Effelsberg
-   Fully Polynomial Approximation for Survivable Flow Allocation with Max-Min Fairness, Samer Lahoud
-   Real-Time Communication over Switched Ethernet for Military Applications, Ahlem Mifdaoui, Fabrice Frances, Christian Fraboul
-   Scalability Issue for QoS Routing Algorithm with Stochastic Partitioning, A. Montaser, M.E. Woodward
-   Discovering Alternate Internet Paths to Enhance End-to-End Quality of Service, Thierry Rakotoarivelo, Patrick Sénac
-   Performance Evaluation of Packet Capturing Systems for High-speed Networks, Fabian Schneider, Jörg Wallerich

Day2: Tuesday October 25th

ENSICA (Close to Jolimont metro station)

8h00 Registration

8h30-9h00 Welcome message

9h00-10h00 Keynote talk by Christian Huitema, Microsoft

10h00-10h30 Coffee break

10h30-12h00 Session 1: Wireless networks
-   Trajectory Knowledge for Improving Topology Control in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks, Jérôme Härri, Navid Nikaein, Christian Bonnet
-   Entropy-based knowledge spreading and application to mobility prediction, Jean-Marc Francois, Guy Leduc
-   MRS: A simple cross-layer heuristic to improve throughput capacity in wireless mesh networks, Luigi Iannone, Serge Fdida

12h00-13h30 Lunch

13h30-15h00 Session 2: Dependable and secure networks
-  Achieving sub-50 milliseconds recovery upon BGP peering link failures, Olivier Bonaventure, Clarence Filsfils, Pierre Francois
-  Path Key Establishment using Multiple Secured Paths in Wireless Sensor Networks, Guanfeng Li, Hui Ling, Taieb Znati
-  Controlling the Effects of Anomalous ARP Behaviour on Ethernet Networks, Dadi Armannsson, Paul Smith, Gisli Hjalmtysson, Laurent Mathy

15h00-15h30 Coffee break

15h30-17h00 Session 3: Monitoring and measurements
-  Implementation and performance measurements of a delay-bounded HPD algorithm in an ALTQ-based router, Johanna Nieminen, Marko Luoma, Antti Paju
-  Optimal positioning of active and passive monitoring devices, Claude Chaudet, Eric Fleury, Isabelle Guérin Lassous, Hervé Rivano, Marie-Emilie Voge
-  Practical Delay Monitoring for ISPs, Baek-Young Choi, Sue Moon, Rene Cruz, Zhi-Li Zhang, Christophe Diot

18h00 Welcome reception at the Toulouse City Hall

Day 3: Wednesday October 26th

ENSICA (Close to Jolimont metro station)

9-10h Keynote talk by Mostafa Ammar, Georgia Institute of Technology

-  Message Ferrying and Other Short Stories: Mobility-Assisted Data Delivery in Wireless Networks

10h00-10h30 Coffee break

10h30-12h Session 4: Traffic engineering
-  TIE Breaking: Tunable Interdomain Egress Selection, Renata Teixeira, Timothy Griffin, Mauricio Resende, Jennifer Rexford
-  The Stability of Paths in a Dynamic Network, Fernando Kuipers, Huijuan Wang, Piet Van Mieghem
-  From relative to observable proportional differentiation in OBS networks, Pablo Argibay-Losada, Andrés Suárez-González, Manuel Fernández-Veiga, Raúl Rodríguez-Rubio, Cándido López-García

12h00-13h30 Lunch

13h30-15h00 Session 5: Overlay networks, scalability and Internet economics
-  Location Based Placement of Whole Distributed Systems, David Spence, Jon Crowcroft, Steven Hand, Tim Harris
-  Monetary Incentive with Reputation for Virtual Market-place based P2P, Krit Wongrujira
-  A New Strategy for Bidding in the Network-Wide Progressive Second Price Auction for Bandwidth, Marina Bitsaki, George D. Stamoulis, Costas Courcoubetis

15h00-15h30 Coffee break

15h30-17h00 Session 6: Group communication
-  Dynamic Adaptation of Source Specific Distribution Trees for Multiparty Teleconferencing, Kostas Katrinis, Björn Brynjúlfsson, Gísli Hjálmtýsson, Bernhard Plattner
-  Impacts of packet scheduling and packet loss distribution on FEC performances: observations and recommandations, Christoph Neumann, Vincent Roca, Aurélien Francillon
-  Hybrid Reliable Multicast with TCP-XM, Karl Jeacle, Jon Crowcroft, Marinho Barcellos, Stefano Pettini

17h00-18h00 Panel: A testbed for wireless networks analysis

20h00 Conference dinner at the gorgeous Hôtel d’Assezat

Day 4: Thursday October 27th

ENSICA (Close to Jolimont metro station)

9h00-10h00 Bartolomé Arroyo Fernandez, Deputy head of the unit « Networked Audiovisial Systems », DG Information Society.

-  Challenges and Stakes in Networking for the 7th Research European Framework

10h00-10h30 Coffee break

10h30-12h00 Session 7: Flows and bottleneck monitoring
-  Ranking flows from sampled traffic, Chadi Barakat, Gianluca Iannaccone, Christophe Diot
-  Disambiguating Network Effects from Edge Effects in TCP Connections, Matti Siekkinen, Guillaume Urvoy-Keller, Ernst Biersack, Taoufik En-Najjary
-  Bottleneck Detection in UMTS via TCP Passive Monitoring : A Real Case, Fabio Ricciato, Francesco Vacirca, Martin Karner

12h00-13h00 Panel: From Network Centric Past to Content Centric Future

13h00 Lunch

updated 21st/12/2005

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