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Project Number


Project Title

APRA-GENI: Applying a Project-Based Approach to Understanding Multiple GENI Resources for Networking Research and Education

Technical Contacts

Principal Investigator: Kaiqi Xiong <>
co-PI: Yin Pan <>
co-PI: Yong Guan <>
Bing Wang <>

Participating Organizations

Rochester Institute of Technology,,

Iowa State University,

University of Connecticut,

GPO Liaison System Engineer

Mark Berman


This project will use a project-based approach to training undergraduate and graduate students on using GENI for experiments through summer camps, course projects, thesis research and workshops. The focus will be using GENI for conducting large-scale and realistic research and education experiments. The goal of the training is to give students a better understanding of network concepts and protocols in a large-scale computer network and give them hands-on experience with GENI. All material will be made available on the web for unrestricted use.

Current Capabilities

BRIEF descriptions of resources/functions/tools that are available to anyone in the GENI community


MilestoneDate(APRAGENI: S4.a GEC12)? Project plan presentation at GEC12.

MilestoneDate(APRAGENI: S4.b GEC13)? First workshop at GEC13.

MilestoneDate(APRAGENI: S4.c Summer 2012)? First summer camp.


GREE Workshops

GREE 2012 in Los Angeles, March 15-16, 2012

GREE 2013 in Salt Lake City, March 2013

GREE Camps

First GENI Summer Camp at RIT, May 29 - June 2, 2012

GREE Summer Camp 2013 at the University of Connecticut, June 2013

Project Technical Documents

Links to wiki pages for the project's technical documents go here. List should include any document in the working groups, as well as other useful documents. Projects may have a full tree of wiki pages here.

Quarterly Status Reports

Post GEC13 Report

Post GEC14 Report

Post GEC15 Report

Post GEC16 Report

Post GEC17 Report

Related Projects

Project-Name Includes non-GENI projects.

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