Date: 15th-17th November 2010
Venue: Amari Watergate Bangkok, Thailand

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Program Schedule

November 15, 2010 (Monday)
Time Program
09:30 - 10:00 Registration Desk Open - Coffee & Refreshment
10:00 - 10:30
  • Welcome Remark (5 mins)
    by Kanchana Kanchanasut (Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand)
  • Opening Remark (5 mins)
    by French Regional Cooperation in Southeast Asia of the Embassy of France in Bangkok
  • AINTEC 2010 (5 mins)
    by TPC chairs
10:30-11:30 Invited Speaker
  • Global Developments in Cybersecurity Information Exchange Framework
    by Dr Takahashi NICT(National Institute of Information and Communications Technology) Japan

    Abstract: In order to facilitate cooperation among cybersecurity organizations, diverse set of technologies for cybersecurity information exchange have been developed. In ITU-T and FIRST, cybersecurity experts from many countries have joined forces to create Cybersecurity Information Exchange Framework (CYBEX), as an orchestrated response to global call for advancing cybersecurity. CYBEX establishes a framework and general principles for coherent, comprehensive, global, timely and assured exchange of cybersecurity information.
11:30-13:00 Lunch
13:00-15:00 Network Management
  • A Plausible Approach for further Decentralization of IPv6 Address Distribution
    - Raja Kumar Murugesan (National Advanced IPv6 Centre (NAv6), Universiti Sains Malaysia)
  • Evaluation of Bulk Traffic Mitigation Practices in Campus Network
    - Qianli Zhang (Tsinghua University, China)
    - Jilong Wang (Tsinghua University, China)
    - Xing Li (Tsinghua University, China)
  • TelescopeVisualizer : A Real-time Internet Information Visualizer With a Flexible User Interface
    - Miyuru Dayarathna (Keio University, Japan)
    - Yasuhito Tsukahara (Keio University, Japan)
    - Kazunori Sugiura (Keio University, Japan)
15:00-15:30 Break
15:30-17:30 Routing and New Architecture
  • Route Flap Damping With Assured Reachability
    - Pei-chun Cheng (University of California, Los Angeles, United States)
    - Jong Han Park (University of California, Los Angeles, United States)
    - Keyur Patel (CISCO, United States)
    - Lixia Zhang (University of California, Los Angeles, United States)
  • Hybrid Link-State, Path-Vector Routing
    - M. Abdul Alim (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)
    - Timothy Griffin (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)
  • Implementing Instant Messaging Using Named Data
    - Jiangzhe Wang (University of California, Los Angeles, United States)
    - Chunyi Peng (University of California, Los Angeles, United States)
    - Chiyu Li (University of California, Los Angeles, United States)
    - Ryuji Wakikawa (Toyota Infotechnology Center, Mountain View, United States)
    - Lixia Zhang (University of California, Los Angeles, United States)
19:00 Conference Dinner

November 16, 2010 (Tuesday)
Time Program
09:30 - 10:30
  • YouTube's 2 GB of Fame: Will Everyone Eventually Get World-Famous for 10 minutes?
    Invited talk by Promethee Spathis, UPMC, France

    Abstract:The success of YouTube has profoundly changed the face of industries dealing with digital content as it provides new means of distribution and promotion. While YouTube poses new opportunities for content creators to quickly reach a large audience of viewers, all videos posted online do not compete on the same footing with regard to popularity. To better understand the variation in the popularity of videos, we investigate the role of social interactions between users. In this way, our work is in stark contrast to prior research that studied user generated content video systems but with- out considering the structure of social relationships within those systems. In this paper, we conduct measurements on YouTube by applying a novel methodology to identify all the users interacting within the same community of interest. Using user information and the meta-data of posted videos, we analyze the influence of the community-based features of YouTube on the popularity of content posted online. Our analysis shows that users posting videos under a specific cat- egory get a better recognition than those actively posting videos belonging to a large variety of categories.
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:00 Future Internet
  • DTNs Message Deletion and Impact of Human Gathering Points
    - Sathita Kaveevivitchai (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
    - Hiroshi Esaki (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
  • DTN Overlay on OLSR Network
    - Ranju Pant (Internet Education and Research Laboratory, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand)
    - Rujipol Virochpoka (Education and Research Laboratory, Asian Institute of Technology)
    - Apinun Tunpan (Internet Education and Research Laboratory, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand)
    - Kanchana Kanchanasut (Internet Education and Research Laboratory, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand)
    - Preechai Mekbungwa (Internet Education and Research Laboratory, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand)
12:00-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:30 Invited Speaker
  • A Framework to Perform Networking Experiments and Manage Experimental Resources
    by Thierry Rakotoarivelo, NICTA (National ICT Australia)

    Abstract: Experimental infrastructure (aka testbeds) are a key component in the development of new networking technologies. However, the complexity and often high-cost of deploying and operating them make them inaccessible to many experimenters. Moreover, many testbed were built as part of a specific project and do not stay operational past the end of that project. This waste of resources has often been the key motivators for dedicated testbed funding and associated research. Examples of early successes for this approach are PlanetLab and Orbit. However both of them have some limitations in terms of experiment capabilities and available technology. The federation of such testbeds would overcome some of these limits, allowing large scale resources access and sharing while maintaining administrative control to the testbed owner. Compared to other scientific fields, the networking community so far has not adopted a culture of rigorous verification of experimental results. This is mostly due to the fact that even if the same or a similar experimental infrastructure is available, there is currently no unambiguous way to describe and instrument an experiment enabling others to repeat it. Indeed, many high quality publications provide insufficient descriptions of the performed experiments to allow others a fair and valid comparison of different approaches to specific problem in different settings. This presentation introduces a framework (OMF) to control, instrument and manage federated testbeds in order to increase scientific rigour in the networking community and facilitate future networking research. The OMF framework has been deployed and used by many researchers, and currently allows experiments involving fixed or mobile, wired and/or wireless resources from different testbeds.
14:30-15:00 Coffee Break
15:00-16:30 Wireless & Mobility
  • Providing a High-Speed Train with a Broadband NEMO Environment
    - Tetsuya Arita (Keio University, Japan)
    - Fumio Teraoka (Keio University, Japan)
  • Scalable Network Controlled Handover with Aggregated Binding Scheme in IP-based Cellular Networks
    - Alireza Taghizadeh (School of Computer Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia)
    - Tat-Chee Wan (School of Computer Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia)
    - Rahmat Budiarto (School of Computer Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia)
  • Cooperative Multiple Input Multiple Output Communication in Wireless Sensor Network: An Error Correcting Codeapproach using LDPC code
    - Mohammad Rakibul Islam Islamic University of Technology, Bangladesh

November 17, 2010 (Wednesday)
Time Program
9:30-10:30 Poster Session
  • Bootstrapping Peer-to-Peer Networks using IRC
    - Brian Geffon, Zev Solomon, Giovanni Pau (Computer Science Department, University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
  • Localization in wireless sensor networks based on ZigBee technology
    - Panarat Cherntanomwong (School of Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Bangkok, Thailand)
  • Development of Indexing for Permutation-based Privacy Preservation Approach
    - Juggapong Natwichai (Department of Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand)
  • Modelling and Analysis of the Simultaneous Open Procedures of Datagram Congestion Control Protocol
    - Somsak Vanit-anunchai (Institute of Engineering, - Suranaree University of Technology, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand)
  • iDoSense : Implementation, Challenges, and Opportunities in People Centric Network over Real DTN Multi-Hop Environments
    - Lertluck Leela-amornsin (The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan)
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:30 Software
  • Towards Revealing JavaScript Program Intents using Abstract Interpretation
    - Gregory Blanc (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)
    - Youki Kadobayashi (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)
  • A Service Composition Model for Dynamic Service Creation and Update in IMS/Web 2.0 Converged Environment
    - Cuiting Huang (Institute Telecom SudParis, France)
    - Noel Crespi (Institute Telecom SudParis, France)
  • Visualization of Information Diffusion Model in Future Internet
    - Prajit Limsaiprom (Department of Computing, Faculty of Science, Silpakorn University, Nakorn Pathom, Thailand)
    - Panjai Tantatsanawong (Department of Computing, Faculty of Science, Silpakorn University, Nakorn Pathom, Thailand)