Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of APRAGENI-postGEC15-report


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     2== Project Status Report – October 2012 ==
     3'''
     4Period: 11/1/2011 – 10/31/2014
     5'''1. Major Accomplishments
     6'''
     7The main accomplishments this quarter were 1) following up with the students who attended the first GENI research and educational experiment summer camp (GREE-SC2012), 2) planning the second GENI research and educational experiment workshop (GREE2013), to be held in March 2013 at the University of Utah, and 2) planning the second GENI research and educational experiment summer camp (GREE-SC2013), to be held in June 2013 at the University of Connecticut.
     8
     9'''1.1. Milestones Achieved
     10'''
     11Three major milestones were achieved during this period.
     121) All the graduate students who attended GREE-SC2012 are actively using GENI resources for their research projects and planning to submit their work to GREE2013, 2) we have been actively planning and advertising GREE2013, and 3) we have been actively planning and advertising GREE-SC2013.
     13'''1.2 Deliverables Made
     14'''
     15The past four months of work on ARPA-GENI have resulted in progress towards three deliverables: 1) the following-up of the students who attended GREE-SC2012, 2) the GREE2013 flyer, and 3) the 2013 GENI summer camp flyer.
     16
     17'''2. Description of Work Performed
     18'''
     192.1 Activities and Findings
     20We have followed up with the students who attended GREE-SC2012 on the status of their projects after the summer camp. The students have provided a description of their project topics and experiment setup. Mark Berman and Niky Riga have followed up and provided technical inputs to the students. All of the eight graduate students (one is currently a faculty member of CalPoly) are currently using GENI resources for their research or education projects, and are planning to submit their results to GREE2013. The two undergraduate students who attended GREE-SC2012 are also actively using GENI resources. Both of them have given demos at GEC15.
     21The workshop and summer camp organizing committees have exchanged numerous emails and met several times (in person and over skype) on how to organize the workshop and summer camp. We have finished flyers for these two events, and distributed them to several mailing lists, conferences, and workshops (NSF workshop on Designing Tools and Curricula for Undergraduate Courses in Distributed Systems, SIGCOMM 2012, TridentCom 2012, GEC 15, IMC 2012 (todo)). We have finalized the format of the workshop which includes keynote speech, paper presentations, NSF advice session, panel discussion, and tutorials, and communicated with NSF representatives (Erwin Gianchandani and Bryan Lyles) about the workshop. We have also consulted people working on GENI wireless resources and confirmed that focusing the summer camp on using GENI wireless resources is feasible.   
     222.2 Project Participants
     23The Workshop Organizing Committee
     24Kaiqi Xiong (Rochester Institute of Technology)
     25Yong Guan (Iowa State University)
     26Yin Pan (Rochester Institute of Technology)
     27Bing Wang (University of Connecticut)
     28Mark Berman (BBN/GPO)
     29Niky Riga (BBN-GPO)
     30The Workshop Technical Program Committee
     31Jay Aikat (UNC)
     32Jeannie Albrecht (Williams College)
     33Mark Berman (BBN/GPO)
     34Yong Guan (Iowa State University)
     35Rick McGeer (HP Labs)
     36Yin Pan (Rochester Institute of Technology)
     37Niky Riga (BBN/GPO)
     38Bing Wang (University of Connecticut)
     39Kuang-Ching Wang (Clemson University)
     40Kaiqi Xiong (Rochester Institute of Technology)
     41Michael Zink (UMass, Amherst)
     42
     43The Summer Camp Organizing Committee
     44Kaiqi Xiong (Rochester Institute of Technology)
     45Yong Guan (Iowa State University)
     46Yin Pan (Rochester Institute of Technology)
     47Bing Wang (University of Connecticut)
     48Mark Berman (BBN/GPO)
     49Niky Riga (BBN-GPO)
     502.3 Outreach Activities
     51We continue to work with the students who attended GREE-SC2012. In addition, we have been distributing the information on GREE-SC2013 to other students in conferences.
     52Kaiqi Xiong and his students presented GENI-related posters in the AFOSR PI meeting and the Cyber and Information Challenges 2012 Conference, respectively. Kaiqi Xiong delivered presentations on GENI related projects in AFRL on Sept 21, 2012 and at RIT on October 26, 2012, respectively.
     532.4 Collaborations
     54Our main collaborations to date are with GPO staff. Mark Berman and Niky Riga at GPO served on the workshop and summer camp organizing committees.
     55We have a lot of communications with Henry Yeh, Mark Berman and Robert Ricci (through emails, skype calls and at GEC15) regarding the logistics of the workshop. We have initiated communication with Ivan Seskar and Harry Mussman on using wireless GENI resources during the summer camp.