30th Multi-Service Networks workshop (MSN 2018)
Thursday, 5th July 2018
10:00 Registration and coffee
10:30 Welcome (Iain Phillips, Hamed Haddadi)
10:35 Session 1 (Chair: Iain Phillips )
- Chris Cooper: A Brief History of NGN-MSN
- Gianni Antichi (C): Detecting Large Traffic Aggregates in the Dataplane
- Mays AL-Naday (Es): Service-aware Fog Computing
- Will Yang (U): National Dark Fibre Infrastructure Service (NDFIS)
- Eder Leão Fernandes (Q): Improving the speed of network experiments
- Vasileios Giotsas (L): Detecting Remote IXP Peerings
- James P.G. Sterbenz (L & K): What *really* is 5G, and will you see it in your lifetime?
12:15 Photos & Lunch at Cosener’s House
13:30 Session 2 (Chair: Richard Clegg)
- Timm Böttger* (Q): Looking for Hypergiants in PeeringDB
- Morteza Kheirkhah Sabetghadam (U): MARC, A New Rate Control for Cellular Networks
- Christos Nikolaou (C): When DDoS Attacks meet Traffic Engineering
- Mohammad Malekzadeh* (I): Protecting Sensory Data from Sensitive Inferences
- Naomi Arnold* (Q): Uncovering network evolution mechanisms using temporal data
- Noa Zilberman (C): In-network computing: truth, lies, and realities
- Simon Chatterjee (Ci): Building high-performance protocols in practise
15:45 Session 3 (Chair: Gareth Tyson)
- Mahesh Marina (Ed): Reimagining Indoor Mobile Access
- Mohamed Kassem* (Ed): DIY Model for Mobile Network Deployment
- Salvator Galea* (C): Hidden Hierarchical Heavy Hitters
- Derek McAuley (N): Defence Against the Dark Artefacts
- Jon Crowcroft (ATI): Weaponised research results
17:00 Free time!
19:00 Drinks followed by dinner at Cosener’s House
Friday, 6th July 2018
9:30 Session 4 (Chair: Andrew Moore)
- Mohammed Alasmar* (S): Embracing Path and Data Redundancy in Data Centres
- Pietro Bressana* (IT): A Programmable Framework for Validating Data Planes
- Antonio Marsico* (F): Could a P4 partial deployment be enough for my network?
- Rui Li* (Ed): Maximising the Utility of Virtualised Millimetre-Wave Backhauls
- Stephen McQuistin* (G): DailyCatch, A Provider-centric View of Anycast Behaviour
- Stefano Vissicchio (U): 2020: time to shutdown DDoS?
11:30 Session 5 (Chair: Ian Wakeman)
- Omer Sella* (C): Adaptive fabrics
- Diana Andreea Popescu* (C): Network Latency in Data Centres
- Kleomenis Katevas* (I): Detecting Social Interactions using Multi-Modal Mobile Sensing
- Igor Ivkić (FHB): Modelling Security Costs in Self-Adaptable Cyber Physical Systems
- Kyle Jamieson (P & U): Wi-Fi Goes to Town: Building Picocell Networks for Transit
- Mark Handley (U): Routing in space
13:00 Lunch & Brendan Murphy prize
Affiliation codes: ATI (Alan Turing Institute), C (Cambridge), Ci (Cisco), Ed (Edinburgh), Es (Essex), F (FBK CREATE-NET), FH (FH Burgenland), G (Glasgow), I (Imperial), IT (Universita’ della Svizzera Italiana), K (Kansas), L (Lancaster), Lo (Loughborough), N (Nottingham), P (Princeton), Q (QMUL), S (Sussex), U (UCL)
*: PhD student talk.
We are pleased to have CISCO as a sponsor this year.
Registration is now closed as we have a waiting list. If you need to be put on the waiting list, then please get in touch with Iain
Talk slot requests: https://goo.gl/forms/b6AdFgjHAXZ0J4Od2 (waiting list in place now)
- Staff rate £240 including accommodation
- Staff rate £130 without accommodation
- Student rate £100 (subsidised – with or without accommodation)
- Day rate £100
- Staying the Wednesday night £100.
NOTES on the booking system
- The software reserves a place for you the moment you select which type of delegate you are. If you don’t complete a purchase and don’t log out, then that space won’t be available for anyone else. Please log out or cancel you transaction if you can’t pay at the time.
- There should be 4 options, Staff and Student, with and without accommodation. At the moment all are available and if the one you want is not listed, then the system is lying. Email I.W.Phillips@lboro.ac.uk if this happens and I’ll fix it.
- You have to create an account, but don’t worry it will copy details from your account details to your booking at the click of the appropriate button.
- The person creating the account (e.g. an administrator) can book on behalf of several people at once.
- A credit card is needed, this makes things a whole lot simpler at our end.
- Dietary and access requirements can be entered at the appropriate stage. If you forget to, please email I.W.Phillips@lboro.ac.uk later.
- Spaces are limited (we all know how big/small the venue is), so we’d like to avoid too many registrations from a single institution, but at this stage only asking people to be sensible.
FAQ on the booking system
- none yet
Email me if you have any questions and I’ll update here as I can.