Cosener’s 2013

Programme for MSN13

Thursday, 11th July 2013

10:00 Registration and coffee

10:30 Welcome

10:35 Session 1

  • Relationships between fundamental network measurements and TCP performance, Richard Clegg, UCL EE
  • Improving Network Mobility with MPTCP, Richard Withnell, Lancaster University
  • A novel approach to expressing and implementing intra-domain routing policy, Nikola Gvozdiev, UCL CS
  • OpenFlow: A Security Analysis, Paul Smith, AIT Vienna
  • The Internet PoP-Level Maps Noa Zilberman, Cambridge University
  • Demystifying Porn 2.0: A look into a Major Adult Video Streaming Website, Gareth Tyson, QMUL
  • Predicting arrival times from crowd sourced data without localisation or route maps, Damien Fay, Bournemouth University

12:45 Lunch at Cosener’s House

14:00 Session 2

  • Data Fountains in the Data Centre, Toby Moncaster, Cambridge University
  • Implementation of a testbed for evaluating an energy efficient passive optical network, Neelakandan Manihatty-Bojan, Cambridge University
  • National Dark Fibre Testbed, David Salmon, Janet
  • Network Functions Virtualisation: the New Frontier of Telecoms Innovation, Dan King, Lancaster University
  • Recent developments in Genie, Joel Obstfeld, Cisco
  • Challenge Modelling of Multilevel, Multirealm, and Dynamic Networks, James Sterbenz, University of Kansas

16:00 Coffee

16:15 Session 3

  • Auction-based Coordinated TV White Space Spectrum Sharing for Home Networks, Saravana Manickam, Edinburgh University
  • Approaches to Adaptive Bitrate Video Streaming, Conor Cahir, Glasgiw University
  • OpenCache: A Platform for Efficient Video Delivery, Matt Broadbent, Lancaster University
  • On-line Video Editing Challenges in Storisphere, Steven Simpson, Lancaster University
  • Future State Trading Architecture, Graeme Burnett, Hatstand
  • Evolution of the netmap framework, Luigi Rizzo, University of Pisa

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

Friday 12th July

9:00 Session 4

  • Exploiting Context-Awareness and Mobility in Opportunistic Networks, Andrew Leeming, Manchester University
  • Delay tolerant networks in the real world, Jon Rimmer, University of Sussex
  • Disconnected islands in a sea of connectivity, Ciaran Fisher, University of Sussex
  • LCDNet: Lowest Cost Denominator networking, Arjuna Sathiaseelan, Cambridge University
  • An Approach to Addressing QoE in Video Streaming Technologies and Services, Xiaohong Peng, Aston University
  • Binder: A System to Aggregate Multiple Internet Gateways in Community Networks, Marwan Fayed, Stirling University

11:00 Coffee

11:15 Session 5

  • Cyberthreats, Clive Blackwell, Oxford Brookes University
  • Privacy made easy: Throwing basic protocol assumptions over board, Marcel Waldvogel, University of Konstanz
  • CloudMirror: Tenant Network Abstraction that Reflects Applications’ Needs, Myungjin Lee, Edinburgh University
  • Towards a greener and lower network footprint iPlayer, Nishant Sastry, Kings College London
  • Exploiting cellular data for disease containment and information campaign strategies in nationwide epidemics, Antonio Lima, Birmingham University
  • Evaluating Advertising Strategies on Twitter and Weibo, Hamed Haddadi, QMUL

13:00 Lunch