Future Directions in Network Architecture

Call For Papers

Technical Program


MONDAY, AUGUST 30

9:00-10:30 Routing

The Case for Separating Routing from Routers
Nick Feamster (MIT), 
Hari Balakrishnan (MIT),  Jennifer Rexford (AT&T Labs--Research),  Aman Shaikh (AT&T Labs--Research),  Kobus van der Merwe (AT&T Labs--Research)

Simplified Layering and Flexible Bandwidth with TWIN
Indra Widjaja (Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies), Iraj Saniee (Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies)

Secure Routerless Routing
Vince Grolmusz (Eotvos University),  Zoltan Kiraly (Eotvos University)


11:00-12:30  Half Layers

A Virtualized Link Layer with Support for Indirection
Richard Gold (Uppsala University),  Per Gunningberg (Uppsala University),  Christian Tschudin (University of Basel)

On Demand Label Switching for Spontaneous Networks
Vincent Untz (IMAG), Martin Heusse (IMAG), Franck Rousseau (IMAG), Andrzej Duda (IMAG)

NUTSS: A SIP-based approach to UDP and TCP network connectivity
Saikat Guha (Cornell University),  Yutaka Takeda (Cornell University),  Paul Francis (Cornell University)

1:30-3:00  New Architectures

Steps Towards a DoS-resistant Internet Architecture
Mark Handley (UCL), Adam Greenhalgh (UCL)

Loose Source Routing as a Mechanism for Traffic Policies
Katerina Argyraki (Stanford University),  David Cheriton (Stanford University)

Invariants ­ A New Design Methodology for Network Architectures
Bengt Ahlgren (Swedish Institute of Computer Science), Marcus Brunner (NEC Network Laboratories),  Lars Eggert (NEC Network Laboratories), Robert Hancock (Siemens/Roke Manor Research), Stefan Schmid (NEC Network Laboratories)

3:30-5:00 Panel

Panel on "What's new? What's next?"
David Cheriton (Stanford), Jon Crowcroft (Cambridge), Steve McCanne (Riverbed), John Wroclawski (MIT), Hui Zhang (CMU)





 

 
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