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    136 ==== GENI for classes and GENI for the masses ====
    137 ''  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). ''
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    139 Educators and those interested in engineering or computer science and engineering education at all levels.  This 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.
    140 
    141 Posters:
    142   * [http://witestlab.poly.edu/~ffund/pubs/gec23-geni-classes.pdf Yet another virtual networking lab: GENI wireless Classroom-as-a-Service] (GENI for classes)
    143   * [http://witestlab.poly.edu/~ffund/pubs/gec23-geni-mooc.pdf GENI MOOC: Learning opportunities for the masses] (GENI for the masses)
    144 
    145 Participants:
    146   * Fraida Fund,  ffund@nyu.edu, NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering
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    154138==== !CloudLab ====
     
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    191 ==== Education Modules using GENI ====
    192 
    193 ''This demo shows education modules developed for use in your networking classrooms.''
    194 
    195 Attendees interested in teaching undergraduate networking courses using hands-on experiments, or demos showing such experiments. This demo shows education modules developed using GENI. If you are teaching undergraduate networking courses, you will find it useful to add one or more of these modules in your class. You can simply show the experiment on video, or use the tutorial to demo the experiment in class, or have the student run the experiments themselves in class, or assign the suggested homework.
    196 
    197 Participants:
    198  * Jay Aikat, aikat@cs.unc.edu, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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     176=== Network and Service Providers ===
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    205 === Network and Service Providers ===
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    211 
    212 ==== Prototype of a !ChoiceNet Economy Plane for the Future Internet Architecture ====
    213 
    214 ''This demo shows a working prototype of complete end-to-end interaction of the !ChoiceNet entities within an economy plane.''
    215 
    216 In this prototype we will demonstrate the !ChoiceNet message interactions between the three main entities which comprise a !ChoiceNet framework: Marketplace, multiple Providers, and Customers. This prototype offers consumers the opportunity to 'choose' from a variety of service offerings. Competition between providers encourage innovative and superior services, which ultimately benefits the customers.
    217 
    218 
    219 Participants:
    220  * Robinson Udechukwu, rnudechu@ncsu.edu, North Carolina State University
    221  * Rudra Dutta, rdutta@ncsu.edu, North Carolina State University
    222  * George Rouskas, rouskas@ncsu.edu, North Carolina State University 
    223  * Shireesh Bhat, sbhat@ncsu.edu, North Carolina State University 
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     184==== Dynamic Slices in ExoGENI: Modifying Slice Topology On Demand ====
     185
     186This demo shows new ExoGENI features including dynamic slice modification. Functionality includes adding/removing compute nodes, storage nodes, and network links.
     187
     188Participants:
     189 * Paul Ruth, pruth@renci.org, RENCI
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    231 ==== Dynamic Slices in ExoGENI: Modifying Slice Topology On Demand ====
    232 
    233 This demo shows new ExoGENI features including dynamic slice modification. Functionality includes adding/removing compute nodes, storage nodes, and network links.
    234 
    235 Participants:
    236  * Paul Ruth, pruth@renci.org, RENCI
    237 
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    243 
    244 ==== Distributed Iceberg detection using !OpenFlow ====
    245 
    246 ''Shakedown Experimentation on Scalable, Agile, Robust, and Secure Multi-Domain Software Defined Networks. Demo shows Software-Defined-Networking (SDN) based traffic measurements and inference paradigm for detecting global icebergs and distributed anomalies. ''
    247 
    248 Accurate and timely traffic matrix (TM) measurements provide essential inputs for today’s various network operations. In this demo, we evaluate our traffic measurement paradigm in an OpenFlow-based networks with multiple SDN switches. Our framework will collaboratively use the distributed measurement resources and employ iSTAMP on multiple OpenFlow switches to detect distributed iceberg.
    249 
    250 Participants:
    251  * gaustin909@gmail.com University of California at Davis
    252  * albcastro@ucdavis.edu, University of California at Davis
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    259 
    260 ==== !ToMaTo on !CloudLab ====
    261 
    262 ''This demo shows the !ToMaTo network testbed running on !CloudLab infrastructure. ''
    263 
    264 The !ToMaTo ( http://tomato-lab.org/) is a network testbed which enables researchers to run their experiment on a specifically designed virtual networking topologies. The !ToMaTo consists of a backend which controls multiple !ToMaTo hosts and a front-end which allows users to edit and manage their experiment from their browser.
    265 
    266 !ToMaTo hosts provide virtualization technology and a complete toolset for more advanced experiments. The hosts run !ToMaTo software package on existing operating system but installing the software needs bare metal machines and cannot be run in a virtualized environment.
    267 
    268 Therefore, !CloudLab which provides bare metal machines is suitable for running and scaling !ToMaTo hosts infrastructure. The demo will show how !ToMaTo hosts are provisioned on demand and runs on !CloudLab infrastructure.
    269 
    270 Participants:
    271  * Prof. Dr. Paul Müller, pmueller@informatik.uni-kl.de, University of Kaiserslautern Germany
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    278 
    279 ==== ARCCN Self-Organized Cloud Platform ====
    280 
    281 '' This demo shows a working prototype of the cloud orchestration platform with VNF use-case demonstration.''
    282 
    283 Attendees interested in cloud computing, DC, NFV, SND, network visualization and !OpenStack should see this demo.
    284 
    285 The Self-organizing cloud platform (SOC) to deploy virtual networks in DC is presented. The platform supports both IaaS mode and PaaS mode. SOC platform uses some components of !OpenStack (Nova, Cinder, Keystone, Rabbit Message Queue) in combination with the original specialized components: !OpenFlow controller, orchestrator, unified scheduler for consistent resource allocation, graphical user interface (GUI) for network definition, an extensive “sensor” system for physical resources monitoring and management, and modified !OpenStack component Neutron.
    286 
    287 SOC cloud platform considered in this demo allows us to deploy both manageable and non-manageable virtual networks in the data center. The possibility of virtual resources migration, consistent scheduling and management of computing resources allows one to ensure a high load of physical resources and guaranteed SLA compliance for the network as a whole. A request for virtual network creation can be defined either by means of the network description language or by means of a GUI.
    288 
    289 Participants:
    290  * Vitaly Antonenko, anvial@lvk.cs.msu.su, Moscow State University
    291 
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    298 ==== ARCCN RUNOS Controller ====
    299 
    300 '' This demo shows a working prototype high speed SDN controller. ''
    301 
    302  Attendees interested in SDN networks, SDN applications, Distributed systems should see this demo. In Demo presented novel approach where network administrators no longer need to manually configure all network devices, they can simple "draw" a path between network elements and the system will automatically program the network elements. The demonstration shows possibility to manage the complex network from nice graphical interface without manual accessing to network elements.
    303 
    304 Participants:
    305  * Vitaly Antonenko, anvial@lvk.cs.msu.su, Moscow State University
    306 
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    314 ==== SDN-based Transparent Handover Scheme in Heterogeneous Wireless Networks ====
    315 ''This demo shows a working prototype of a transparent handover scheme in heterogeneous wireless networks. ''
    316 
    317 Attendees interested in emerging SDN and its application in heterogeneous wireless networks. 
    318 
    319     In this project, we will show to exploit SDN to realize transparent handover between different wireless networks in a heterogeneous wireless network environment. Heterogeneous wireless has been more and more common recently. However, these networks are utilized separately currently. In order to utilize them as a whole, transparent handover is a necessary component.
    320 
    321 Participants:
    322   * Kang Chen,  kangc@g.clemson.edu, Clemson University
    323   * Jim Martin,  JMARTY@clemson.edu, Clemson University
    324   * Kuang-Ching Wang,  kwang@clemson.edu, Clemson University
    325   * Anjan Rayamajhi,  arayama@clemson.edu, Clemson University
    326   * Jianwei Liu,  ljw725@gmail.com, Clemson University
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    334199==== Building an End-to-end Slice through Slice Exchange between Virtualized WiFi, VNode, and ProtoGENI ====
     
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    392 === Safety ===
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    398 
    399 ==== Symbiotic Evolution of CAV Applications and Networks ====
    400 
    401 ''This poster shows how a working platform and the technologies of vehicular sensing and control (VSC) designed for enabling high-fidelity, at scale evaluation of protocols in vehicular networking. Visit us if you are interested in VSC networking and its real-world application''
    402 
    403  * Yuehua Wang, yuehua.research@gmail.com, Wayne State University
    404 
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    412 ==== A WiMAX-Based Public Safety 3D Surveillance Network ====
    413 
    414 ''' The poster presents updates of our public surveillance project for a university campus in Philadelphia, PA. '''
    415 
    416 People interested in implementing video heavy systems using cellular and GENI resources, as well as attendees interested in public safety surveillance systems in general. Real time mobile surveillance systems are challenging to deploy in practice given the limited wireless bandwidth available for streaming videos. The project will use 2D and 3D cameras to function under different environments and high speed wireless networks to accomplish real time streaming. The poster describes the on-going design of a mobile surveillance system designed to be implemented on police vehicles. The project is a partnership with the Temple University Police Department.
    417 
    418 Participants:
    419 
    420  * cctan@temple.edu, Temple University
    421 
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    428 
    429 ==== SDN-Enabled Highly Resilient and Efficient Microgrids ====
    430 '' This poster shows our current work that uses Software Defined Networking (SDN) to support highly resilient communication in Microgrids.''
    431 
    432  Attendees interested in Microgrid, smart grid, and Software Defined Networking should attend demo. Microgrid is an emerging and promising paradigm to improve the resilience of the electric distribution infrastructure. 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. The poster shows our current work on using ultra-fast programmable networks as the communication infrastructure for microgrids. Specifically, we show various functionalities including route reconfiguration, packet prioritization and guaranteed latency, realized using a local testbed and Open vSwitches in GENI infrastructure.
    433 
    434 Participants:
    435  
    436    * Yanyuan Qin, qin.yanyuan@gmail.com, University of Connecticut
    437 
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    444258==== GpENI, KanREN, US Ignite Future Internet Testbed & Experiments ====
     
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    505 ==== Software Defined Network Exchanges (SDXs) and a Prototype Bioinformatics SDX at !StarLight ====
    506 
    507 ''This demo shows working prototypes of SDXs at !StarLight and partner sites which enable the exchange of research traffic among different types of Software Define Networks and traditional networks. ''
    508 
    509  Attendees interested in
    510  (1) Investigating the current challenges related to managing SDN networks in production exchanges [[BR]]
    511  (2) Options that have been proposed to address these challenges and the prototype demos that implement some of these options  [[BR]]
    512  (3) A Virtual Exchange Prototype (VEP): SDXs for Bioinformatics Big Data  [[BR]]
    513  (4) A Virtual Exchange Prototype (VEP): SDXs for Clouds [[BR]]
    514 
    515 The challenges in connecting and exchanging different types of network traffic for research and education communities consists of a number of topics that are not well known out side a very small group of network exchange communities. The recent SDN/OpenFlow technology proliferation makes these challenge important to investigate by all interested parties. !StarLight and partner sites present current prototype work underway to address such challenges, the prototype SDXs include the NSI, ofNSI, GENI AM integration, virtual SDXs for Bioinformatics SDX and Virtual SDXs for the Chameleon NSFCloud testbed.
    516 
    517 Participants:
    518   * Joe Mambretti, j-mambretti@northwestern.edu, Northwestern University
    519   * Jim Chen, jim-chen@northwestern.edu, Northwestern University
    520   * Fei Yeh, fyeh@northwestern.edu, Northwestern University
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    528321==== SDX at SoX: Software Defined Exchange in the Regional Network ====
     
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    585 ==== [http://web.mst.edu/~cetinkayae/publications/GEC23-2015-poster.pdf Network Attack Experimentation using OpenFlow-enabled GENI Testbed]  ====
    586 '' Our poster and demo illustrates DDoS (ping flood) and DoS (TCP SYN flood) attacks on the GENI resources. ''
    587 
    588 Attendees interested in network security experimentation should see this demo. We will be demonstrating Ping Flood and TCP SYN attacks on the virtual OpenFlow resources. The demo will be pre-recorded. The attacks are our preliminary efforts in understanding types of attacks and further developing defense mechanisms.
    589 
    590 Participants:
    591 
    592  * Egemen K. Çetinkaya, cetinkayae@mst.edu, Missouri University of Science and Technology
    593  * Mani Chaitanya Gorla, mgt42@mst.edu, Missouri University of Science and Technology
    594  * Venu Madhav Kamaraju, vkgg3@mst.edu, Missouri University of Science and Technology
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    602380==== Getting to know RPKI: A GENI-based Tutorial ====
     
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    626 ==== GENI-VIRO ====
    627 
    628 '' VIRO -- a Scalable and Resilient, Name-Space (Non-IP) Routing Protocol for Emerging Large Dynamic Networks.''
    629 
    630 We will provide a demo about our VIRO-GENI project, where we have implemented an innovative non-IP routing protocol -- Virtual Id Routing (VIRO) -- using the OVS-SDN platform in GENI. In this demo will be showing VIRO running live on GENI: an opt-in client machine streams a video from a server in GENI. Both client and server are attached to a network composed with VIRO switches in GENI. In addition, we will also present a novel in-network pathlet switching framework for SDN networks using our VIRO architecture deployed in GENI.
    631 
    632 Participants:
    633   * Zhi-Li Zhang, zhzhang@cs.umn.edu, University of Minnesota
    634   * Braulio Dumba, braulio@cs.umn.edu, University of Minnesota
    635 
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    642 ==== SmartFIRE EU-South Korea Cooperation on Future Internet Infrastructure ====
    643 
    644 '' This poster is to present EU - South Korea cooperation under FIRE project (Future Internet Research and Experimentation = FIRE) ''
    645 
    646 Attendees interested in using different testbeds (like in ex. !OpenStack? testbed) should attend.  There is an increasing demand from both academic and industrial communities to bridge the gap between visionary research and large-scale experimentation, through experimentally driven advanced research consisting of ‘iterative’ cycles of research, design and experimentation of new networking and service architectures and paradigms addressing all levels, including horizontal research on issues such as system complexity and security.
    647 
    648 This approach needs the set-up of large-scale experimental facilities, going beyond individual project testbeds, which are also needed as validation tools, i.e. for interoperability issues. They would help in anticipating possible migration paths for technological developments, which may be potentially disruptive; in discovering new and emerging behaviors and use patterns; as well as in assessing the socioeconomic implications of new technological solutions at an early stage.
    649 
    650 FIRE addresses the emerging expectations which are being put upon the Internet, by providing a research environment for investigating and experimentally validating highly innovative and revolutionary ideas.
    651 
    652 Participants:
    653  * Radimor Klacza, radomir.klacza@lip6.fr, !OneLab/Sorbonne Universités, France
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    660 ==== Transit-analytics: Tracking Transit Passengers through Wireless Monitoring ====
    661 
    662 We present a transit passenger monitoring system by using regular WiFi card. The system monitors the packet transmissions from and to passenger's smartphone and/or tablet etc. The system can be used for passenger counting. It can monitor the number of passengers get on/off at each bus stops and provide to the bus company for bus scheduling and route planning. It can also monitor the number of people on street and identify the hot spots in the city.
    663 
    664 Participants:
    665   * Derek Meyer,  dmeyer@cs.wisc.edu, Wisconsin Wireless and Networking Systems (WiNGS) Laboratory
    666   * Suman Banerjee, suman@cs.wisc.edu, Wisconsin Wireless and Networking Systems (WiNGS) Laboratory
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