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Home > Program > Session > APII(Asia-Pacific Information Infrastructure) Workshop 2013
APII(Asia-Pacific Information Infrastructure) Workshop 2013 - (Room 311)
Chairman : Dr. Sun Moo Kang, Dr. Shinji Shimojo
Members : Mr. Sanggyun KIM, Mr. Tomoaki Takata
Objectives : APII workshop is jointly held by NIA(National Information Society Agency) and NICT(National Institute of Information and Communications Technology).
This workshop aims to promote the collaboration project and strengthen the cooperative relationship between Korean and Japan NRENs, through sharing updates and current researches on APII network.
Target Audience : Open
(Project Coordinators and Researchers, who have interests in APII)
Expected Number of Participants : 50-60
Agenda : Opening Ceremony
  • Opening Adress, Sun-Moo Kang, NIA
  • Welcoming Adress, Shinji Shimojo , NICT
Session I : APII Updates
  • APII-KR Update, Sanggyun KIM, NIA
  • APII-JP Update, Kazumasa Kobayashi, NICT
Session II : APII research Activities I
  • Experimenting Open Networking with OF@TEIN, JongWon Kim, GIST
  • Towards SDN-enhanced High-Performance Computing and Visualization, Susumu Date, Osaka Univ.
Session III : APII research Activities II
  • Mobile Communication Platform using Open Source Software, Sungwon Lee, Kyunghee Univ.
  • Green Wireless LAN System, Motoyuki Ohmori, Tottori Univ.
  • Next Generation Web Technology for Future Media Platform, Jun Kyun Choi, KAIST
  • The effectiveness and impact of JGN-X network in the field of astronomy, Masafumi Oe, NAOJ
  • Service Chaining between R&D and experiment over KOREN, IlKwon Cho, NIA
  • A Participatory Platform for Cyber-Physical Sensing based on Service-Controlled Networking, Koji Zettsu, Takashi Kimata, NICT

Remarks : Classroom Arrangement