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February 6, 2009

[Call For Participants] International Symposium on Operational, Technological and Research Developments toward New Generation Network
- In memory of Dr. Masaki Hirabaru -
Koganei-Tokyo and Fukuoka, Japan, February 27-28, 2009

Note: We have 2 sites at Koganei-Tokyo and Fukuoka. Both sites will be connected with remote conference system. Thus, both participants can join same program.

Web & Registration

http://www.jp.apan.net/hi-symposium/

Contact

sympo-2009@itrc.net

About this symposium

The Internet technology established with the ARPANET research in the 1970th has had a tremendous impact not only to the information technology sector, but also all our social activities. Although the Internet was invented before quarter of a century ago, it has achieved higher performance in various features, taking with incremental improvement efforts, e.g., to adapt diversified infrastructure technology including high-speed circuits and wireless links, to increase the volume of network delivered data, and to expand broader application areas as audio and visual real-time application.

On the other hand, today's requirement for network, such as, a higher reliability and quality of service, a modest device support as sensor nodes, and optimal higher volume data delivery is a strong driver to change the current Internet represented by the end to end principle. By the the background of changing Internet in architectural level, new generation network research and development project as AKARI has been initiated in Japan. In world wide, some projects to share the same agendas have been also started such as NeTSE in USA, and Future network research on FP7 in EU.

We are planning this symposium, since it is believed to be an important to share experiences and knowledges including failures and mistakes, on the day that starts discussion about the fundamental principles including end to end principle. The deployment and the operation in the future network are also taken for the main scope of the symposium, because they are believed as critical for the future network success as same as research and development efforts.

Furthermore, this symposium is planned to respect Dr, Hirabaru's wishes for new generation network. He sadly passed away in July 2008.

Registration

We strongly recommend pre-registration before Feb. 20, though on-site registration is available. Because, we would like to estimate the attendance for the preparation. Also, the pre-registered will smoothly pass the gate security of NICT.

To make registration, please complete the registration form and send it to sympo-2009@itrc.net by e-mail. The contact for the symposium is also sympo-2009@itrc.net.

The registration fee of the symposium excluding the reception charge is free.

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              Registration Form

              - Name:
              - Affiliation:
              - Site to participate: Koganei/Fukuoka (Choose one)
              - To attend reception (Feb. 27): Yes/No
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Program

[[ 2/27 1st day ]]

              11:30 -         Registration
              12:20 - 13:30   Keynote 1: Hideo Miyahara NICT
              Talk 1-1: Kunihiro Ishiguro IP Infusion Inc.
              13:30 - 14:40   Talk 2-1: Masataka Ohta TITech
              Talk 2-2: Hiroshi Mano Root Inc.

              14:40 - 15:10   Break

              15:10 - 16:20   Talk 3-1: TBD.
              Talk 3-2: Koki Higashida JPRS
              16:20 - 17:30   Talk 4-1: DaeYoung Kim CNU
              Talk 4-2: TBD

              18:00 - 19:30   Reception

              [[ 2/28 2nd day ]]

              9:30 -          Registration
              10:00 - 12:00   Keynote 2: Jun Murai WIDE/Keio Univ.
              Talk 4-1: Jae Hwa Lee KT/Koren
              Talk 4-2: Shigeki Goto Waseda Univ.
              Closing

Note that an optional event to visit Dr. Hirabaru's hometown, Kita-Kyushu, is planned after the 2nd day program. Four hours round-trip is estimated from Fukuoka-site. If you would like to join the event, please contact Dr. Kenji Fujikawa (hudikaha"at mark"nict.go.jp).

Organizers

Program Committee

  • Shinji Shimojo, NICT
  • Katsushi Kobayashi, AIST
  • Kenji Fujikawa, NICT
  • Masataka Ohta, TITECH
  • Koji Okamura, Kyushu Univ.
  • Katsuyuki Yamazaki, Nagaoka Univ. of Tech.
  • Yasuo Okabe, Kyoto Univ.
  • Masaya Nakayama, Tokyo Univ.
  • Hiroaki Harai, NICT
  • Shingo Ichii, Univ. Tokyo
  • Kazunori Konishi, Cyber Univ.
  • Shigeki Goto, Waseda Univ.
  • Hiroshi Mano, Root Inc.
  • Ui Takaharu, JPRS
  • Akinori Maemura, JPNIC
  • Tomoko Nezu, JPNIC
  • Toshihiko Shimokawa, Kyushu Sangyo Univ.
  • Kazuhiko Nakamura, NICT
  • Motoyuki Ohmori, Chikushi Univ.

Sponsored by

JSPS 163rd Committee on Internet Technology(ITRC)

Supported by

  • National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
  • WIDE project(WIDE)
  • Japan Network Information Center(JPNIC)
  • Japan Registry Services Co., Ltd.(JPRS)
  • Asia-Pacific Advanced Network(APAN)
  • Kyushu GigaPOP Project(QGPO)
  • Genkai Project(GENKAI)
  • Mobile Broadband Association(MBA)
  • Simple Project(SIMPLE)

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