Changes between Version 38 and Version 39 of LEARN


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    5757INTRODUCTION and welcome by Professor Lennart Johnsson, Director of the Texas Learning and Computation Center
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    59 1. LEARN-GENI integration using ORCA as a control framework – D. Gurkan, C. Chambers, T. Kumbi, Karthik Ram Narumanchi, Jingbo Zhang, Maanasa Madiraju, UH
     59LEARN-GENI integration using ORCA as a control framework – D. Gurkan, C. Chambers, T. Kumbi, Karthik Ram Narumanchi, Jingbo Zhang, Maanasa Madiraju, UH
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    61 9 – 9:30:              
     619 – 9:30: Research support and connection capabilities of LEARN – A. Kara, LEARN
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    63 2. Research support and connection capabilities of LEARN – A. Kara, LEARN
     639:30 – 10: Experimentation on GENI infrastructures - GENI Project Office Perspectives - M. Berman, BBN
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    65 9:30 – 10:             
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    67 3. Experimentation on GENI infrastructures - GENI Project Office Perspectives - M. Berman, BBN
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    69 10 – 10:30:             
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    71 4. ORCA control framework for dynamic VLAN setup and resource reservations – A. Mandal and I. Baldine, RENCI-BEN
     6510 – 10:30: ORCA control framework for dynamic VLAN setup and resource reservations – A. Mandal and I. Baldine, RENCI-BEN
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    736710:30 – 11            COFFEE BREAK
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    75 11 – 11:30:          
     6911 – 11:30: FutureNets: Designing Architecture, Technology, and Facilities for Multi-Service, Deterministic, Differentiated-Attribute Networks – J. Mambretti, Northwestern University (ICAIR)
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    77 5. FutureNets: Designing Architecture, Technology, and Facilities for Multi-Service, Deterministic, Differentiated-Attribute Networks – J. Mambretti, Northwestern University (ICAIR)
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    79 11:30 – 12:           
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    81 6. Demonstration of a research experiment run on a large-scale network infrastructure – M. Zink, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
     7111:30 – 12: Demonstration of a research experiment run on a large-scale network infrastructure – M. Zink, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
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    837312 -1 pm               LUNCH BREAK
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    85 1-1:30 pm:
     751-1:30 pm: Network issues relevant to university infrastructures – G. Almes or W. Marti (or representative, TBD), Texas A&M University
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    87 7. Network issues relevant to university infrastructures – G. Almes or W. Marti (or representative, TBD), Texas A&M University
     771:30 – 2:30 pm: Researcher talks (20 min each):
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    89 1:30 – 2:30 pm:
     79Network performance measurements and cross-layer communication research opportunities on LEARN – D. Gurkan, UH
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    91 8. Researcher talks (20 min each):
     81Using GENI to Verify Automatically Synthesized Network Protocols, Alex Sprintson and Christopher Jasson Casey, TAMU
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    93 a. Network performance measurements and cross-layer communication research opportunities on LEARN – D. Gurkan, UH
     83WiMax in UNT, Shengli Fu and Kamesh Namuduri, University of North Texas
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    95 b. Using GENI to Verify Automatically Synthesized Network Protocols, Alex Sprintson and Christopher Jasson Casey, TAMU
     85Maestro: A System for Scalable OpenFlow Control - Zheng Cai, Rice University
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    97 c. WiMax in UNT, Shengli Fu and Kamesh Namuduri, University of North Texas
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    99 d. Maestro: A System for Scalable OpenFlow Control - Zheng Cai, Rice University
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    101 2:30 – 3 pm         Discussion on Future Activities, END
     872:30 – 3 pm: Discussion on Future Activities, END
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