|Objectives||To share R& E network's funding or executing Science & ICT projects (especially, user cases) on New Science and ICT applications for the 4th Industrial Revolution era
and to discuss more on future international (among participating R&E Networks) cooperation based on them.
(This could be good source for planning the next year's funding item or projects.)|
|Target Audience||APAN participats related to R&E network|
|Activity Co-ordinator(s)||Mina Son, National Information Society Agency(NIA), Korea|
|Expected No. of Participants:||100|
|Time:||13:30 - 15:00|
|Session Chair(s):||Eiji Kawai, NICT, Japan|
Mina Son, National Information Society Agency(NIA), Korea
|No. of Participants:||44, out of which 3 have provided feeedback|
|1. ||Cefore: Lightweight and Extensible Content-Centric Networking Platform Slides (PDF)|
Atsushi Ooka, NICT, Japan
Content-Centric Networking (CCN) is a promising approach to addressing the Internet's limitations by naturally supporting various features such as multicast, multipath, and in-network caching. Because CCN is a clean-slate architecture, it is necessary to realize, analyze and validate practical CCN applications in a real network. We therefore developed an open source implementation named Cefore, which enables CCN communications. Cefore includes (1) a lightweight forwarding daemon (cefnetd) and networking tools being compliant with CCNx 1.0 format, (2) a caching daemon (csmgrd) for high-performance routers, and (3) APIs to develop plug-in libraries for user-developed extensions. Researchers can experiment their mechanisms implemented in Cefore on top of real network devices, a network emulator (Cefore-Emu), or a container-based testbed named CUTEi.
|2. ||Sapporo Snow Festival 2019 - 8K Live Video Streaming Slides (PDF)|
Naomi Terada, NICT, Japan
NICT succeeded 8K Live Video Streaming demonstration experiments at Sapporo Snow Festival 2019 in collaboration with institutions related to industry, government and academia. This presentation will provide an overview and technical challenges of the experiment.
|3. ||JGN/NICT Testbed Slides (PDF)|
Eiji Kawai, NICT, Japan
|4. ||“Strategy for Success of Healthcare Mydata based on Blockchain” Slides (PDF)|
HyunWook Han, Graudate School of Medicine, CHA University, Korea, Korea, Republic of
The center of 4th industrial revolution is Data. There are several following keywords for success of Big Data Revolution. 1st keyword is sharing. 2nd keyword is cooperation. 3rd keyword is openness. Last keyword is communication. Recently, EU General Data Protection Regulation Strongly Regulate that personal information must be obtained from individual users. When collecting or processing personal information. The data has the double-sidedness called openness and safety. Too much emphasis on openness of data does not guarantee the safety of your data. On the other hand, if the safety of the data is over-emphasized, the innovation will not happen because the data can not be opened. And, we need to create an ecosystem that gives back to the individual the data that was centrally managed by the agency. The technology to solve these various problems is the blockchain.
|5. ||Quantum Key Distribution Network for Quantum Era Slides (PDF)|
MinHyung KIm, SK Telecom/ID Quantique, Korea, Republic of
As quantum era approaches, cryptographic algorithms based on computational complexity will face new challenges. I would like to introduce the problems that are expected and caused by this change, the possible technologies having quantum resistance, and the results that have been validated with support from the NIA.
|6. ||KOREN Testbed Slides (PDF)|
Mina Son, National Information Society Agency(NIA), Korea
|Time:||15:30 - 17:00|
|Session Chair(s):||Buseung Cho, KREONET / KISTI, South Korea|
|No. of Participants:||31, out of which 0 have provided feeedback|
|1. ||How can universities and national networking organization collaborate to answer the next big science questions Slides (PDF)|
Klara Jelinkova, Rice University, Internet 2 Board, United States
Science is global and requires instrumentation around the world. Universities and national networking organizations excel at setting up connections for researchers who use stationary instruments for a predetermined period of time (for example LHC or various telescopes). However, there are emerging areas in science that require a new approach that is more dynamic and real time. Our well operationalized networking approaches struggle to support the required dynamic networking models and quickly changing environments. We will discuss what we can learn from earlier collaborations such as LHC and what universities and networking organizations should anticipate in supporting emerging scientific approaches
|2. ||SINET Global Networks and the Technologies|
Motonori Nakamura, Tohoku University, NII
The Science Information Network (SINET) is a Japanese academic backbone network for about 900 universities and research institutions. SINET5, the latest version of SINET has international links to US, Europe and Singapore, and all of them will be replaced with new 100G links in early 2019. The new international network system of SINET5 will make a ring topology which include Atlantic 100G link for good availability by having cost effective redundancy. In addition, JP-US link, JP-SG link and US-EU link will be mutually backed up by collaboration with TransPAC/PacificWave, JGN and ANA respectively. In this talk, outline and technologies of the new international network system of SINET5 will be presented.
|3. ||China Science & Technology Cloud Testbed Slides (PDF)|
Yongmao Ren, CSTNET/CAS, China
CSTNET (China Science and Technology Network), the national research and science network in China, is built and operated by CNIC (Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences). CNIC is upgrading CSTNET to China Science and Technology Cloud (CSTCloud). As a part of the CSTCloud project, CNIC is building the CSTCloud-Testbed, which aims to provide a testbed for testing new technologies such as SDN and new big scientific data transfer technologies. In this talk, the CSTCloud-Testbed design, experiments and applications will be presented.
|4. ||Global Science and Research Networking in Korea|
Buseung Cho, KREONET / KISTI, South Korea
KREONET, national research and science network in Korea, has built and operated by KISTI for supporting global collaborative research. Recently with appearance of Data-Intensive Science like High Energy Physics, Astronomy, Climate Changes, Bio and Genomics etc. as the fourth paradigm of research, high performance network infrastructure and platform has become more and more important. In this talk, I’d like to introduce the KREONET/KREONet2 100G global network infrastructure, research platform and science engagement activities to enable global collaborative research.
|Time:||17:00 - 18:00|
|Session Chair(s):||Deokjai Choi, Chonnam National University, Korea|
|No. of Participants:||35, out of which 0 have provided feeedback|
|1. ||SDN Testbed Construction for IoT on APAN/KOREN/ThaiREN Slides (PDF)|
Sunyoung Han , Konkuk University Korea, Korea, Republic of
We have constructed SDN Testbed among Konkuk University in Korea, PSU Phuket in Thailand, and Silpakorn University in Thailand on APAN/ThaiREN/KOREN. Konkuk University is connected to KOREN. PSU Phuket and Silpakorn University are connected to ThaiREN. KOREN and ThaiREN are connected to APAN through Singapore vis 10Gbps and 1 Gbps respectively. The purpose of this testbed is to design and implement SDN based Mobility Management System for sending sensor data and video streaming data. We will present the configuration of each site for constructing SDN Testbed and design of Mobility Management System. Some experiments on the SDN Testbed will be presented too.
|2. ||Pilot Experimental Platform for the Evolution of KOREN SDI and Use Cases Slides (PDF)|
Sunmoo Kang, Computer Science and Engineering Department, Kyung Hee Universit, Korea, Republic of
Software based research, development is needed through an Innovative Integrated Ecosystem, and Open Innovation Platform for building and operating a Software-Defined Infrastructures that integrate SDN/NFC/Cloud based on Open source software for the Next-Generation Internet. Based on experience of construction and operation of OF@KOREN/OF@TEIN Playground supporting open source software OpenFlow/OpenStack based on SDN-Cloud, KOREN SDI Open Platform We provide KOREN SDI OpenPlatform application and verification with SDN/NFV/Cloud and demonstrate its availability and usefulness through Smart Safety Campus Service. The Smart Safety Campus Service is to support a safer life by utilizing information of various IoT sensors distributed in various sites. It uses the Deep Learning technique that can process real time CCTV images collected from various places, this system deals with the process of designing, implementing, and verifying a deep learning network that captures behavior and objects, and applied it to the demonstration using the KOREN SDI Open Platform. We applied an innovative development and implementation methodology which is DevOps(Development and Operations) and all the results, such as API, interface specification, operation guidelines are stored into GitHub software development platform. We are going to try share our development experience to cooperate with interested partners in APAN community