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APAN Network Research Workshop - (Room 311)
Chairman : Dr. JongWon Kim
Members :
Objectives : lease refer to APAN-NRW web page for details: http://www.apan.net/NRW2013
The APAN (Asia Pacific Advanced Network) Network Research Workshop 2013 (APAN-NRW 2013), to be held as a part of the 36th APAN Daejeon Meeting, will be the tenth event in the series (started from 2004 Cairns Meeting). Graduate students and researchers from Asia-Pacific and elsewhere gather in this one-day forum to discuss their work in progress and visions for research activities. The goal of this event is toprovide the venue for exchanging research ideas and best practices in the broad field of realistic network and application research, covering network technology, network applications, and network management and operation.

Topics
This workshop solicits long and short papers with a broad scope in network areas. Relevant topics include but are not limited to:
  1. Network technology: wireless & mobile networks, optical networks, future network technology, ad hoc and sensor networks, delay and disruption-tolerant networks, Future Internet, cloud computing infrastructure, and others.
  2. Network management and operation: network security, traffic measurement, performance analysis, energy-aware network management and control, and others.
  3. Networked applications: distributed networked applications, ubiquitous computing technology, grid/cloud computing applications, im mersive media applications, and others.
  4. E-culture, e-health, e-science applications: advanced/unified collaboration environments, cyber networked performance, e-health & remote medical activities, e-science infrastructure and applications, social science with Internet, and others.
Message from Chair : Welcome to the APAN (Asia Pacific Advanced Network) Network Research Workshop 2013 (APAN-NRW 2013), to be held as a part of the 36th APAN Colombo Meeting. On behalf of the workshop committee, we would like to convey my appreciation to all authors for participating and contributing valuable works in this meeting. APAN-NRW 2013 aims to meet the demands of the academia and practitioners from related industries, in discussing the latest issues and progresses in the area of advanced network research including Future Internet. This year we received 23 submissions and accepted 17 (12 Regular and 5 Short) papers out of them. Each paper was extensively reviewed by more than three TPC (Technical Program Committee) members. As the goal of APAN-NRW is to be a nurturing platform for budding researches, we put much effort in encouraging promising practical ideas. Also, we would like to thank all members of workshop committee for their sincere and timely effort. The success of APAN-NRW would be impossible without their valuable help.

JongWon Kim, APAN-NRW 2013 Chair
August 2013
Target Audience : Network Researchers and Students
Expected Number of Participants : 20 - 40
Agenda : Opening Session (9:00~9:40) by APAN-NRW Chair (JongWon Kim, GIST, Korea)

[Special Talk] "The Internet2 Innovation Platform Pilot Project", Stephen Wolff (Interim VP and CTO, Internet2, USA)

Over the past decade or perhaps a little more, campus networks in the US have become routine elements of campus IT infrastructure, emphasizing stability, availability, and security, and connected with commodity1G or 10G to commercial and R&E networks. This "commoditization" of campus networks serves the routine needs of on-campus - off-campus communication, but is incompatible with the emerging requirements of data-intensive science, the Fourth Paradigm, and "Big Data" generally. A dozen Internet2 member universities have agreed to participate in a pilot program under which each agrees to install three technical changes to the campus network: bringing 100G into campus, installing a "Science DMZ", and adopting Software-Defined Networking (SDN). This talk discusses the Innovation Platform Pilot Program briefly, and presents several of the technical solutions chosen by the community together with their research/science drivers.


Session #1 (9:40~10:50): SDN Testbeds (Session Chair: Chaodit Aswakul, Chulalongkorn Univ., Thailand)
  • [Regular] "FIT@BR - a Future Internet Testbed in Brazil", Antonio Abelem (UFPA, Brazil), Michael Stanton (RNP & UFF, Brazil), Iara Machado (RNP, Brazil), Marcos Salvador (CPqD, Brazil), Luiz Magalhaes (UFF, Brazil), Natalia Fernandes (UFF, Brazil), Sand Correa (UFG, Brazil), Kleber Cardoso (UFG, Brazil), Cesar Marcondes (UFSCar, Brazil), Joberto Martins (UNIFACS, Brazil), Jose Monteiro (UFPE, Brazil) , Tereza Carvalho (USP, Brazil), and Jose Rezende (UFRJ, Brazil) - PDF
  • [Regular] "Toward Inter-Connection on OpenFlow Research Networks", Pang-Wei Tsai, Pei-Wen Cheng, Hou-Yi Chou (National Cheng Kung Univ., Taiwan), Mon-Yen Luo (National Kaohsiung Univ., Taiwan) and Chu-Sing Yang (National Cheng Kung Univ., Taiwan) - PDF
  • [Short] "OF@TEIN: An OpenFlow-enabled SDN Testbed over International SmartX Rack Sites", JongWon Kim, ByungRae Cha, Jongryool Kim, Namgon Lucas Kim, Gyeongsoo Noh (GIST, Korea), Youngwan Jang, Hyeong Geun An, Hongsik Park (KOREN NOC, Korea), JiHoon Hong, DongSeok Jang, TaeWan Ko, Wang-Cheol Song (Jeju National University, Korea), Seokhong Min , Jaeyong Lee, Byungchul Kim (Chungnam National University, Korea), Ilkwon Cho, Hyong-Soon Kim, and Sun-Moo Kang (National Information Society Agency, Korea) - PDF

Session #2 (11:20~12:30): Network Security (Session Chair: Yasuichi Kitamura, NICT, Japan)
  • [Regular] "Detecting Android Malware by Analyzing Manifest Files", Ryo Sato, Daiki Chiba and Shigeki Goto (Waseda Univ., Japan) - PDF
  • [Regular] "The flow back tracing and DDoS defense mechanism of the TWAREN defender cloud", Ming-Chang Liang, Meng-Jang Lin, Li-Chi Ku, Tsung-Han Lu, Jyun-Jie Chen and Ta-Yuan Chou (National Center for High-performance Computing, Taiwan) - PDF
  • [Regular] "Passive Smart Phone Identification and Tracking with Application Set Fingerprints", Norihiro Fukumoto, Shigehiro Ano (KDDI R&D Labs., Japan) and Shigeki Goto (Waseda Univ., Japan) - PDF

Session #3 (14:00~15:40): Wireless Networks (Session Chair: Teck-Chaw Ling, Malaya Univ., Malaysia)
  • [Regular] "A Joint Network Coding and Scheduling Algorithm in Wireless Networks", Zhaolong Ning (Northeastern Univ., China), Koji Okamura, and Chengming Li (Kyushu Univ., Japan) - PDF
  • [Regular] "New Reassembly Buffer Management System in 6LoWPAN", Kar Hoey Teo, Azizol Abdullah, Shamala Subramaniam (University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia) and Gopinath Rao Sinniah (Technology Park Malaysia, Malaysia) - PDF
  • [Regular] "Path Recovery in 6LoWPAN Routing Protocol", Gee Keng Ee, Chee Kyun Ng, Nor Kamariah Noordin, Fazirulhisyam Hashim, and Borhanuddin Mohd Ali (University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia) - PDF
  • [Regular] "CQI-MCS Mapping for Green LTE Downlink Transmission", Mustafa Ismael Salman, Chee Kyun Ng, Nor Kamariah Noordin, Borhanuddin Mohd Ali, and Aduwati Sali (University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia) - PDF
  • [Short] "Effect of varied wireless standards and properties towards wireless network bandwidth" Wooi King Soo, Teck-Chaw Ling and Keat-Keong Phang (Malaya Univ., Malaysia) - PDF
  • [Short] "Single Chip Solution with 1-Wire Communication Protocol to Interface Digital Transducers to Sensor Networks", M. D. R. Perera, R. G. N. Meegama (Sri Jayewardenepura Univ., Sri Lanka), and M. K. Jayananda (Colombo Univ., Sri Lanka) - PDF

Session #4 (16:00~17:30): Networked Applications (Session Chair: Wang-Cheol Song, Jeju Univ., Korea)
  • [Regular] "An approach to the reduction of time delay in a networked performance", Sung-il Park, Jongwook Lee, Doowon Yoo and Boncheol Goo (KAIST, Korea) - PDF
  • [Regular] "Collecting and Grouping of Distributed and Heterogeneous SNS Contents for Collaborative Storytelling", Abbas Ali Butt, Jaehyuk Park, and Yong-Moo Kwon (KIST, Korea) - PDF
  • [Regular] "Learning Forwarding Mechanism in Content-centric Networking", Hu Yao and Shigeki Goto (Waseda University, Japan) - PDF
  • [Short] "Real-time Group Video Sharing tied with Online Social Networks", Taeheum Na and Jongwon Kim (GIST, Korea) - PDF
  • [Short] "CNGI/ChinaFLUX: an IPv6-based Terrestrial Ecosystem Flux Research Network in China", Xiaohan Liu, Zhichao Yang, Chao Wu, Shuangjian Yan, Ze Luo, and Baoping Yan (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China) - PDF
Remarks : Videoconference support for remote presenters