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 Future Internet Testbed Workshop
 Chairman :
James WILLIAMS (Williams@indiana.edu) - Indiana University - USA
Dae Young KIM (dykim@cnu.kr) Chungnam University - Korea
Shinji SHIMOJO (sshimojo@gmail.com) - National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) and Osaka University, Japan


 Members :

Researchers and engineers interested in Future Internet Activities

 Objectives :

  • Expose APAN organizational members to the FIT activities in the US and Europe, with an emphasis on how APAN members might participate.
  • Expose APAN organizational members and visitors to the FIT activities in Asia with an emphasis on how both groups might participate.
  • Expose individual APAN members and researchers to opportunities to participate in FIT in both Asia, the US and Europe.

 Target Audience : Researchers and engineers interested in Future Internet Activities.
 Expected Number of Participants :  100
 Agenda :

9:00 am - 9:10 am    Welcome and Introduction (Williams)


9:10 am - 10:40 am    Session 1: Global Future Internet Activities and How to Participate

                                                  (20 minute talks with 5 minutes for questions)


                                                  Chair: James Williams


Talk #1 - Title: GENI Testbed in the United States - Chip Elliot US   Slides


Talk #2 - Title: The Future Internet is Present in Europe: The Role of NRENs and GEANT - Vasilis Maglaris, EU   Slides


Talk #3 - Title: International Federated Network Operations over the K-GENI Testbed - Dongkyun Kim KR


10:40 am - 11:00 am    Break


11:00 am - 12:30 pm    Session 2: Additional Global FIT activities and opportunities to participate


                                                  (20 minute talks with 5 minutes for questions)
                                                  Chair: DY Kim


Talk #4: CoreLab: Wired and Wireless Testbed Enabled with COTS hardware - Aki Nakao University of Tokyo (NICT)  Slides


Talk #5: Future Internet Testbeds in Brazil: Activities and Goals - Iara Machado Brazil   Slides


Talk #6: OFELIA - Marc Sune Spain Fco. Javier Iglesias Gracia


12:30 pm - 14:00 pm    Lunch


14:00 pm - 15:30 pm    Session 3: OpenFlow Deployments


                                                  (20 minute talks illustrating OpenFlow Deployment and inviting Collaboration)


                                                   Chair: Che-nan Yang


Featured Talk: OpenFlow - What is is and why it matters - Nick McKeown Stanford


Talk #7 OpenFlow in Japan - Yoshihiko Kanaumi, NICT   Slides


Talk #8 OpenFlow in TWAREN - Che-nan Yang NCHC, NARL   Slides


Talk #9 OFIAS: Openflow in a Slice - Aki Nakao U/Tokyo/NICT   Slides


15:30 pm - 16:00 pm    Break


16:00 pm - 17:30 pm    OpenFlow Hands-on Workshop


                                                  (90 minute hands-on OpenFlow tutorial)


                                                  Chair: Shinji Shimojo


Indiana University - Chris Small   Slides


1. Deploying OpenFlow in your network - tools and resources


2. Programming OpenFlow-how to create a software-defined network


3. Open discussion and questions


 Remarks :

Classroom seating; VC capability.

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