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    239239==== Using the Mars Game to Teach Math ====
    240 ''This demo shows the Mars Game prototype deployment in GENI. Visit us to learn more about digital game-based learning, education and US Ignite.''
     240*''This demo shows the Mars Game prototype deployment in GENI. Visit us to learn more about digital game-based learning, education and US Ignite.''
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    242242Mars Game is a web platform for teaching math to ninth and tenth grade students.
     
    246246
    247247==== GENI for Classes / GENI for the Masses ====
    248 ''This demo shows two educational offerings available on GENI: the GENI Classroom-as-a-Service on the wireless testbeds (GENI for classes), and the GENI MOOC which includes browser-based lab exercises in a Massive Open Online Class delivery format (GENI for the masses).  Visit us if you are an educator, or if you are interested in engineering or computer science and engineering education at all levels.''
     248*''This demo shows two educational offerings available on GENI: the GENI Classroom-as-a-Service on the wireless testbeds (GENI for classes), and the GENI MOOC which includes browser-based lab exercises in a Massive Open Online Class delivery format (GENI for the masses).  Visit us if you are an educator, or if you are interested in engineering or computer science and engineering education at all levels.''
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    250250This demo showcases two educational offerings built on GENI and available for general use. The GENI Classroom-as-a-Service is a set of experiments designed to complement traditional courses on computer networks, wireless and mobile computing, or wireless communications. To date, it has been used by hundreds of students in over a dozen classes. We will also demo GENI MOOC, an experiment-based Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on the subject of computer networks, with lab experiments that run on GENI resources. This course is aimed at beginners who want to learn about how the Internet works, students who want an introduction to some research topics in networking, and instructors who may use these browser-based experiments as in-class demonstrations or homework assignments.
     
    252252Participants:
    253253  * Fraida Fund,  ffund01@students.poly.edu, NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering
     254
     255====  Course Modules for Teaching Networking Concepts ====
     256
     257*''Stop by this demo if you are an educator who teaches undergraduate networking courses, and are interested in using our education modules -- ready to use in your class. These consist of concept demonstration modules as well as student assignment modules. More at http://geni.web.unc.edu ''
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     259Participants:
     260  * Jay Aikat, aikat@cs.unc.edu, The Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
     261
     262====  !SeaCat: Securing Access to Medical Records ====
     263*''This demo will show how access to a medical record system can be secured from handheld devices like tablets and mobile phones.  Stop by this demo if you are interested in how end-to-end isolation on both the network and the device can be used to provide secure access to sensitive data from mobile devices thus providing strong protection against data exfiltration. ''
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     265Securing access to an OpenMRS system (an open source medical record system) by deploying it in the !SeaCat Application Containment framework.
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     267We will show how medical personnel can use mobile devices, such as tablets or mobile phones, to securely access medical records. Our approach combines software defined networking with isolation mechanisms on the mobile device to dynamically create an end-to-end isolated context in which the medical application and data are contained. This prevents sensitive data, like patient medical records, to be accidentally or intentionally leaked because of user error or malware resident on the mobile device.
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     269Participants:
     270  * Jacobus Van der Merwe, kobus@cs.utah.edu, Univ. of Utah
     271
     272====  !OpenEdge: Dynamic and Secure Edge Network Applications and Services ====
     273*''This demo will show how edge networks, like FTTP networks, can be controlled in a cloud-like manner to make it easy to deploy new network application and services.  Stop by this demo if you are interested in deploying applications and services in edge networks or in having more choice in the services and applications available in edge (or access) networks.''
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     275We will demonstrate the user front-end of the !OpenEdge architecture. Through this Web front-end users are presented with a menu of options of the services and applications that are available to them in their edge network. Once a user selects a service or application, the !OpenEdge architecture will dynamically interact with the network proper to realize the service or application for the user.
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     277The !OpenEdge model allows different service and application providers to co-exist in the same edge network. As such the !OpenEdge architecture is opening up and adding flexibility to edge networks in much the same way that cloud control architectures enabled flexibility and choice in data centers.
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     279!OpenEdge makes it easy to become an application or service provider in an edge (access) network. This provides end users with choice and access to applications that can exploit the unique low latency and high capacity capabilities of modern edge networks.
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     281We will explain the functionality of the two core !OpenEdge components: !FlowOps provides a simple interface that service and application developers can use to create the network resources for their services and applications. !SecureOps provides a security framework that allows the interaction between users, application and service providers and the network to be realized in a secure way.
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     283Participants:
     284  * Jacobus Van der Merwe, kobus@cs.utah.edu, Univ. of Utah
     285
     286==== Enabling Highly Resilient and Efficient Microgrids through Ultra-Fast Programmable Networks ====
     287*''This demo shows a working prototype of microgrid emergency control using ultra-fast programmable networks.  Please stop by this demo if you are interested in smart grid, renewable energy, and microgrid. ''
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     289Microgrid is an emerging and promising paradigm to improve the resilience of the electric distribution infrastructure. The demo shows our current work on managing microgrid using ultra-fast programmable networks. Communication among various components in a microgrid is through a communication infrastructure, where many types of data with diverse quality of service (QoS) requirements are communicated. The communication infrastructure plays a particularly critical role for microgrids with renewable energy sources due to their much smaller inertia as compared to traditional energy generation sources. We investigate using ultra-fast networks to support reliable and effective control and optimization for low-inertia microgrid.
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     291The demo shows how a programmable network controls a microgrid in a hardware-in-the-loop emulation environment. The microgrid is simulated using Opal-RT, one of the most powerful power system simulators for utilities, R&D centers and manufacturers. The simulated microgrid is created based on a microgrid at the University of Connecticut with high renewable penetration. It contains a fuel cell and a photovoltaic solar panel array as renewable energy sources. The network is managed by an openflow controller. We demonstrate how the microgrid is managed through the programmable network in realtime despite path failures in the network.
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     293Participants:
     294  * Bing Wang, bing@engr.uconn.edu, Univ. of Connecticut
    254295
    255296=== Federation and International Collaboration  ===
     
    459500    * Dipankar Raychaudhuri, ray@winlab.rutgers.edu
    460501    * Shreyasee Mukherjee, shreya@winlab.rutgers.edu
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     503==== Drone-carried Ad Hoc !WiFi system for use in Fighting Wildfires ====
     504*''This demo shows a working prototype of a drone-carried ad hoc !WiFi system, which could be used by emergency response department.  Stop by this demo if you are interested in emergency preparedness such as fire fighters and search and rescue teams.''
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     506This demo is to show the application of drone-carried ad hoc WiFi? networking system in the emergency preparedness. More specifically, we will use the fighting wildfires as a concrete emergency preparedness example to fully explore the use of the drone-carried ad hoc WiFi? networking technology. The project team will work closely with the Emergency Preparedness Department of the North Central Texas Council of Governments for intensive testing.
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     508Participants:
     509  * Shengli Fi, shengli.fu@unt.edu, Univ. of North Texas