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First DFG/GENI Doctoral Consortium

The first DFG/GENI doctoral consortium was held March 13-15, 2011, in conjunction with the 10th GENI Engineering Conference (GEC10) in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The consortium was jointly organized by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) and the National Science Foundation (NSF). The co-chairs are Paul Müller of the University of Kaiserslautern and Mike Zink of the University of Massachusetts. Participation is by invitation only.

Conference Attendees

Conference attendees included thirty-two graduate students from universities across the United States and Germany. In addition, a consortium "faculty" drawn from academia, industry, and government was on hand to assist the students in organizing and planning their ideas.

Photo of consortium attendees


Work Products

Poster Session

In order to facilitate information exchange, participants held a poster session on Sunday evening. During this session, they made a brief presentation of their research interests and had an opportunity to view others' posters.

Posters and photos from the poster session are available at FirstConsortiumPosters.

Clusters and Experiment Ideas

During the Sunday poster session, participants divided into clusters, based on shared research interests. Over the following day and a half, cluster membership and names were refined. Each cluster proposed a research area, including potential experiments using GENI and/or GLab resources.

Application Driven Forwarding

Dan Levin, Ezra Kissel, Florian Liers, Ashish Vulimiri, Nairan Zhang, Bo Li.

  • Selected by peers for best idea award (two awards)

End-to-end Service

Justin Rohrer, Martin Becke, Divya Giri, Abbas Siddiqui, Dennis Schwerdel

Cloud - resource allocation

Sebastian Meier, Michael Jarschel, Rohit Patali, Hans Wippel, Ashiwan Sivakumar, Konrad Campowsky

Cloud - resource description and specification

Lokesh Mandvekar, Victor Valgenti, Helge Backhaus, Dominik Stingl, Christian Mannweiler

Cooperative Content Delivery

Nikhil Handigol, Ingmar Poese, Kang Chen

Security - Wireless and other security monitoring

Christian Gottron, Christian Henke, Aaron Gember

Security - Disposable Virtual Machines

Ilker Ozeclik, Hyojoon Kim, Alexander Marold, Oliver Hanka

  • Selected by peers for best idea award (two awards)
  • Selected by "faculty" for best idea award

Additional Photos

Some additional photos are available at FirstConsortiumMiscPhotos.

Schedule

The schedule for the consortium is shown below.

Sunday 13th March 2011
6:00 PM Poster Session and Reception - San Cristobal Room
8:00 PM Cluster Selection
Monday 14th March 2011
07:30 – 08:30 Breakfast and Plenary Session - Paseo Bahia Foyer
Co-chair welcome
Consortium "faculty" introductions
Consortium structure discussion
08:30 – 09:30 Cluster assignments
09:30 – 11:30 Parallel cluster discussions
11:30 – 2:30 Plenary Session
Team presentations on preliminary ideas
Faculty critiques of preliminary ideas
Faculty panel on great experiments
2:30 – 4:30 Parallel cluster discussions
4:30 – 6:30 Break
6:30 – 8:30 Plenary Session
Questions from students on experiment ideas
Faculty round-table on great experiments
8:30 – ???? Students work on experiment presentations
Tuesday 15th March 2011
07:30 – 08:30 Plenary Session
Co-chair welcome
Presentation structure discussion
08:30 – 11:30 Student presentations
Faculty critique
11:30 – 12:00 Co-chairs, students – vote on best experiment
Final remarks
12:00 Adjourn to GEC10
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