COMET-PURSUIT Workshop 2012

Information-Centric Networking (ICN): Open issues, Challenges and Ways Forward

30th-31st October 2012, London, UK


Day 1, 30 October 2012

09.30 Arrival and General Introduction

10.00 Session 1: ICN: Real-world issues and deployment

Is ICN going to make it to deployment?, Spiros Spirou (Intracom Telecom)[Download]

Highly interactive and personalised content production and delivery, Stuart Porter (CTVC)[Download]

Edge-to-core or core-to-edge: which way to get ICN into the real world?, Dirk Trossen (Cambridge University)[Download]

Discussion: which hard problems need to be solved to get ICN out there?

11.15 Coffee Break

11.45 Session 2: Resource Management

Resilience and robustness in ICN communications, Ning Wang (University of Surrey)[Download]

12.15 Lunch

13.30 Session 2: Resource Management (Cont'd)

Caching and congestion control in ICNs, Ioannis Psaras (University College London)[Download(part1)][Download(part2)]

Opportunities for resource management through network coding, George Parisis (Cambridge University)[Download]

Multi-layer resource management in ICN, Martin Reed (Essex University)[Download]

Information Diffusion: Influential Neighbours Selection in Online Social Networks, Eiko Yoneki (Cambridge University)[Download]

15.30 Coffee Break

16.00 Demo Session

COMET Demo, Telefonica, Spain

Ontological middleware and SDN (Story Delivery Network) demo, (Cambridge University and CTVC)[Download]

Information Resilience demo, Essex University

17.30 End of First Day

Day 2, 31 October 2012

09.00 Arrival and Coffee

09.15 Session 3: Mobility

Mobility in ICN - the PURSUIT approach, George Xylomenos (AUEB)[Download]

Caching support for mobility in ICNs, Paris Flegkas (CERTH)[Download]

Mobility support in Information-Centric Networks: research directions and challenges, Gareth Tyson (QMUL)[Download]

Mobile- or network-initiated mobility - which way to go? An analysis, Dirk Trossen (Cambridge University)[Download]

11.15 Coffee Break

11.30 Session 4: Open Issues and Ways Forward

Open discussion on possible issues that need addressing, in particular when moving forward to real-world deployment

Possible approaches moving forward, e.g., funding ideas, collaboration ideas in general

12.30 Lunch

13.30 End of Workshop



COMET is an ICT project funded by the European Commision under the EU Framework Programme 7 (FP7).