Chair  MA Yan (BUPT)
 Objectives  A workshop format where we have some initial presentations to describe current activities, and then some general discussion on IPv6 deployment research and challenges, perhaps with some specific topics to promote collaboration after the event. Panel discussion will be conducted
 Target Audience  Open for any attendees, especially the researcher, Application Developers, Academic network operators.
 Expected # of Participants  60
 Agenda 09:00 ~ 09:30 Recent IPv6 related activity in Japan (Remote presentation)
Speaker: Dr.Esaki Hiroshi, University of Tokyo, Japan

09:30 ~ 10:00 Construction of CNGI-CERNET IPv6 CPN
Speaker: MA Yan, BUPT/CERNET

10:00 ~ 10:30 IPv6 deployment in CSTNET, CSTNET
Speaker: Xiaodan Zhang, CSTNET

10:30 ~ 11:00 Morning Tea Break

11:00 ~ 11:20 The Malaysian IPv6 Government Pilot implementation
Speaker: Sureswaran Ramadass, NAV6/Malaysia

11:20 ~ 11:40 Internet2 IPv6 Update
Speaker: Heather, Internet2

11:40 ~ 11:55 Operate IPv6 Network Practice and Experience

Speaker: Dr.Jilong WANG, CERNET

11:55 ~ 12:15 IPv6 development in Taiwan
Speaker: Te-Lung LIU, NCHC/TWAREN, APAN-Taiwan

12:15 ~ 12:30 Title: Service Migration in IPv4/IPv6 Co-exsiting environment - What we should do? [Ryoko ‘maro’ NAKANISHI]

Introduction of Tokyo6to4 -
Speaker: JANOG23 Kochi, Tokyo6to4 Project
Speaker: Dr.Akira Kato, WIDE

Afternoon Session Chair: MA Yan

Title: IPv6 status in Korea
Speaker: Joonhyung Lim (NIDA), APAN-Korea

Title: Results of a survey of IPv6 enabled services
Speaker: Mark Prior, Juniper

Title: IPv6 development update of Thailand
Speaker: Chalermpol Charnsripinyo, NECTEC, Thailand

Title: Prefix-specific and Stateless Address Mapping (IVI) for IPv4 IPv6 Coexistence and Transition)
Speaker: Xing Li, CERNET/China

Panel Discussion
Topic: The responsibility of research and education community in the time of IPv4 address depletion
 Remark  CD Projector, wireless Internet access, enough power strips to accomodate the number of laptops expected

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