Cosener’s 2009

Programme for MSN09

Thursday, 9th July 2009

10:00 Registration and coffee

10:30 Welcome

10:35 Session 1

  • Empirical TCP Research, Lawrence Stewart, Swinburne University of Technology
  • Congestion Control using Closed Loop Feedback, Lee Booi Lim, Loughborough University
  • Congestion Balancing using re-ECN, Joao Araujo, Ucl
  • Using Randomness to Reduce Inter-domain Forwarding State, Stephen Strowes, Glasgow University
  • Achieving Resilient Routing in the Internet, Suksant Sae Lor, Ucl
  • Designing a Relative Delay Estimator in Multipath Transport, Fei Song, Cambridge University
  • DNS Caching: Running on Zero, Saleem Bhatti and Ran Atkinson, University of St Andrews and UCL

13:00 Lunch at Cosener’s House

13:45 Session 2

  • A statistically rigorous way to analyse network topology models, Richard Clegg, UCL
  • Semantic Interpretation of Internet Measurement Data, Ian Napier, Loughborough University
  • Network application identification in information poor environments, Charalampos Rotsos, Cambridge University
  • Modeling IPTV Services, Fernando Ramos, Cambridge University
  • Temporal Distance Metrics for Network Analysis, John Tang, Cambridge University
  • Research Requirements for JANET 6, David Salmon, JANET UK

15:45 Coffee

16:00 Session 3

  • Exploring Chip to Chip Photonic Networks for Improving Performance, Philip Watts, Cambridge University
  • Spectrum Sharing Across Applications, Ali Al-Sherbaz and Torben Kuseler, University of Buckingham
  • A Machine Learning Approach to Loss Differentiation in 802.11 Wireless Networks, Sophia Pediaditaki, University of Edinburgh
  • Reprogramming in Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks, Bence Pasztor, Cambridge University
  • Remediation of Network Attacks, Steven Simpson, Lancaster University
  • PostModern Internet Resilience and international collaboration in GpENI — The Great Plains Environment for Network Innovation, James Sterbenz,University of Kansas

19:00 Pimms and Beer and 19:30 Dinner at Cosener’s House

Friday 10th July

8:45 Session 4

  • Network Resilience, Paul Smith, Lancaster University
  • Addressing the Challenges of Community Orientated Networks, Sara Bury, Lancaster University
  • Distributed Overlay Anycast, Lawrence Latif, UCL
  • An algorithm for distributed resource allocation in QoS overlays based on generalized Vickrey auctions, Raul Landa, UCL
  • Multimedia Editing in the Cloud: Treating Audio as ‘Big Data’, Adam Lindsay, Lancaster University
  • Replacing Road Traffic Signs with a Network of Signaling Stations,John Burren, Oxford Brookes University


11:00 Session 5

  • A congestion-sensitive model to manage a NGN environment with heterogeneous mobile customers, Andre Moura, Lancaster University
  • The P2P-Next Project, Johnathan Ishmael, Lancaster University
  • SDNT – a generic algorithm-based sensor network design tool, Jin Fan, Loughborough University
  • Privacy Enhanced Social Routing, Iain Parris, University of St Andrews
  • Modeling Access Patterns for Internet Based Storage, Dhawal Thakker, Middlesex University
  • Horizon, A Digital Economy Hub, Derek McAuley, Nottingham University

13:15 Lunch