MobiArch '08

An ACM SIGCOMM 2008 workshop

09:00 - 09:10 Introduction (slides)
09:10 - 10:00 Keynote (tentative)
  Why do we really want an ID/locator split anyway? (slides)
  Dave Thaler (Microsoft)

Abstract: With mobility, multihoming, and routing scalability all becoming prominent problems today, many see it as increasingly desirable to separate the addresses used by routing ("locators") from the identifiers used by applications and higher-layer protocols such as TCP. This talk aims to provide deeper insight into the actual problems to be solved, in preparation for discussing the various papers being presented at the workshop. We will discuss a taxonomy of the design space, and what properties make a solution easier or harder to deploy and minimize the impact on applications and higher-layer protocols.

Bio: Dave Thaler is a Software Architect in the Windows Networking group at Microsoft. Prior to joining Microsoft in 1998, he was a routing developer at Merit Networks. Since then, he has been responsible for multicast, IPv6, network diagnostics, and peer-to-peer efforts within Windows, and led the TCP/IP team during the design of the new TCP/IP stack in Windows Vista. Dave has been active in the Internet standards community, participating in the Internet Engineering Task Force since 1994 and authoring over 25 RFCs. He is currently a member of the Internet Architecture Board (IAB), and the IP Directorate. Dave holds a Ph.D in Computer Science from the University of Michigan.

10:00 - 10:45 Mobility 1
  A Compact Routing Architecture for Mobility
  Cedric Westphal (Docomo Labs USA); James Kempf (DoCoMo Labs USA)
  Mobility Through Naming: Impact on DNS (slides)
  Randall Atkinson (Extreme Networks); Saleem Bhatti (University of St Andrews); Stephen Hailes (University College London)
  Six/One Router: A Scalable and Backwards-Compatible Solution for Provider-Independent Addressing (slides)
  Christian Vogt (Ericsson Research)
10:45 - 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 - 12:00 Applications
  Enabling Location Specific Real-time Mobile Applications (slides)
  Ravi Kokku (NEC Laboratories America); Karthikeyan Sundaresan (NEC Labs America); Guofei Jiang (NEC Labs America)
  A Mobile ATM for Developing Countries
  Amila Karunanayake (University of Colombo, School of Computing); Kasun De Zoysa (University of Colombo School of Computing); Sead Muftic (DSV, Royal Institute of Technology)
  SAT: Building New Trust Architecture for Vehicular Networks
  Xiaoyan Hong (University of Alabama); Dijiang Huang (Arizona State University); Mario Gerla (University of California at Los Angeles); Zhen Cao (UCLA)
  Shall we apply paging technologies to Proxy Mobile IPv6? (slides)
  Jong-Hyouk Lee (Sungkyunkwan University); Tai-Myoung Chung (Sungkyunkwan University); Sangheon Pack (Korea University); Sri Gundavelli (Cisco Systems)
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch
13:00 - 13:45 Mobility 2
  Protocols to Efficiently Support Nested NEMO (NEMO+) (slides)
  Ben McCarthy (Lancaster University); Matthew Jakeman (University Of Lancaster); Christopher Edwards (Lancaster University); Pascal Thubert (Cisco)
  Versatile IPv6 Mobility Deployment with Dual Stack Mobile IPv6 (slides)
  Romain Kuntz (Louis Pasteur University); Jean Lorchat (Keio University)
  IKE context transfer in an IPv6 mobility environment (slides)
  Fabien Allard (France Telecom R&D); Jean-Michel Combes (FTR&D); Jean-Marie Bonnin (ENST Bretagne); Julien Bournelle (France Telecom R&D)
13:45 - 15:00 Panel Discussion
  How much mobility do we need?
  Chair: Jörg Ott (Helsinki University of Technology)
  Panelists: Kevin Fall (Intel Research); Jussi Kansagharju (University of Helsinki) (slides); Henning Schulzrinne (Columbia University) (slides)
15:00 - 15:30 Coffee break
15:30 - 16:45 Architectures
  Inter-Domain Routing for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (slides)
  Chi-Kin Chau (University of Cambridge); Jon Crowcroft (University of Cambridge); Lee, Kang-won (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center); Ho Yin Starsky Wong (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center)
  Black Boxed Rendezvous Based Networking (slides)
  Sasu Tarkoma (Helsinki University of Technology); Dirk Trossen (BT Research); Mikko Särelä (Nomadiclab, Ericsson Research)
  Flexible Resource Allocation and Composition Across GSM/3G Networks and WLANs
  Mohammad Al-Fares (University of California, San Diego); Martin Johnsson (Ericsson AB); Per Johansson (Ericsson Radio Systems AB, Ericsson Research); Amin Vahdat (UC, San Diego)
  Virtual Id Routing (slides)
  Guor-Huar Lu (University of Minnesota); Sourabh Jain (University of Minnesota); Shanzhen Chen (University of Minnesota); Zhi-Li Zhang (University of Minnesota)
  M2: Using Visible Middleboxes to serve Pro-Active Mobile-Hosts
  Fahad Dogar (Carnegie Mellon University); Peter Steenkiste (Carnegie Mellon University)