. FDNA-03 Preliminary Program

Workshop on Future Directions in Network Architecture (FDNA-03)

Preliminary Workshop Program

Wednesday, August 27

Session 1: Motivation
  • Addressing Reality: An Architectural Response to Demands on the Evolving Internet.
  • David Clark, Karen Sollins, John Wroclawski (MIT LCS), Ted Faber (USC ISI)
  • Short Talks:
    • A Real Options Framework Illustrating the Economic Value of the End-2-End Argument.
    • Mark Gaynor (Boston University), Scott Bradner (Harvard University)
    • Peer-to-Peer Network Architectures: The Next Step (Harnessing the Symbiosis of Altruism and Selfishness).
    • Peter Triantafillou (University of Patras)
    • Beyond Hosts and Routers: Some Architectural Principles for Future Mobile Networks
    • Robert Hancock (Siemens/Roke Manor Research, U.K.), Josef Urban (Siemens AG, Germany)
    • Reconsidering the Wireless LAN Platform with Multiple Radios
    • Victor Bahl, Atul Adya, Jitender Padhye, Alec Wolman (Microsoft Research)

Session 2: New Abstractions
  • Plutarch: An Argument for Network Pluralism.
  • Jon Crowcroft (University of Cambridge) Steven Hand (University of Cambridge), Richard Mortier (Microsoft Research UK), Timothy Roscoe (Intel Research, Berkeley), Andrew Warfield (University of Cambridge)
  • Designing for Scale and Differentiation.
  • Karen Sollins (MIT LCS)
  • Short Talks:
    • Packet Delivery Feedback Controls for Network Endpoints: Building a True Control Layer for the Internet.
    • Tim Gibson (US Army / DARPA)
    • A Virtual Internet Architecture.
    • Joe Touch (USC ISI)

Session 3: Routing
  • BANANAS: An Evolutionary Framework for Explicit and Multipath Routing in the Internet.
  • Hema Tahilramani Kaur, Andreas Weiss, Shifalika Kanwar, Shivkumar Kalyanaraman, Ayesha Gandhi (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
  • Towards a Logic for Wide-Area Internet Routing.
  • Nick Feamster, Hari Balakrishnan (MIT LCS)
  • NIRA: A New Internet Routing Architecture.
  • Xiaowei Yang (MIT LCS)

Session 4: New Techniques and Approaches
  • FARA: Reorganizing the Addressing Architecture.
  • David Clark (MIT LCS), Robert Braden (USC ISI), Aaron Falk (USC ISI) and Venkata Pingali (USC)
  • The Case for TCP/IP Puzzles
  • Wu-chang Feng (OGI @ OHSU)
  • An End-to-End Approach to Global Scalable Programmable Networking.
  • Micah Beck, James S. Plank, Terry Moore (University of Tennessee)