Cosener’s 2006

Programme for MSN06

Thursday, 13th July 2006

10:00 Registration and coffee

10:30 Welcome

10:35 Measurement

  • Re: Reliable Email; Using Social Networks to Avoid False Positives in Spam Filtering, Brad Karp, UCL
  • High Speed Network Intrusion Detection, Gerald Tripp, Kent University
  • A Generic Monitoring Architecture for the Grid Wei Li, Oxford-Brookes
  • Wavelet Transform for Compressing Measurement Data, Konstanios Kyriakopolous, Loughborough University
  • Network Measurement Data from Janet Steve Williams, UKERNA

12:45 Lunch at Cosener’s House

14:00 Scheduling and Congestion

  • A practical switch scheduler for distributed routers, Norbert Egi, Lancaster University
  • Cross-Layer Optimisation of Network Travel at Onset of Bursty Requests, Dimitris Pezaros, Lancaster University
  • Implementing network transport congestion control for scalable video coding, Yuliang Li, Bristol University
  • And now for something completely different… Saleem Bhatti, St Andrews University and David Salmon, UKERNA

15:45 Coffee

16:00 Routing and Naming

  • A New Approach to Resilient Networking, James Sterbenz, University of Kansas
  • Coalition Networking in Dynamic Operational Environments, Ran Atkinson, UCL
  • The case for pushing DNS, Adam Greenhalgh, UCL
  • Algebraic metalanguages for routing policy specification, Alexander Gurney, Cambridge University
  • The Self-Aware Network Project, Erol Gelenbe, Imperial College

19:00 Sherry and 19:30 Dinner at Cosener’s House

Friday 14th July

9:00 Wireless

  • Multi-service per station in wireless LAN, Weihua Helen Xi, Bristol University
  • Intelligent Radio Access Network Selection System in Heterogeneous Wireless Network Environment, Weizho Luo, QMUL
  • Manemo – Exploring Mutual Benefits of Incorporating MANET and NEMO Technologies, Ben McCarthy, Lancaster University
  • Flow state aware routing and its new service concepts, Dr John Adams, BT

10:45 Coffee

11:00 Sensors and Pervasive Networks

  • Haggle, Jing Su, Intel Research Cambridge and University of Toronto
  • Multi-agent exploration of unknown terrains, Ettore Ferranti, Birkbeck College, London
  • Admission Control in Self-Aware Networks, Georgia Sakellari, Imperial College
  • Constellation; an application-level traceroute, Mike Wawrzoniak, Microsoft Research

12:45 Lunch


Ian Wakeman