4th International RINA Workshop in Den Hague 12 October 2016

The RINA Workshop is an annually organised event, allowing researchers interested in the Recursive InterNetwork Architecture (RINA) to present their work and discuss advances relating to their research.

This year, on the 12th of October 2016 the workshop, which is co-organised by the H2020 ICT project ARCFIRE and the FP7 ICT project PRISTINE , will be hosted as part of the SDN World Congress 2016.

Registration: You must register via the SDN World Congress 2016 booking page. We have discount code but you must contact us via the comments section or Twitter.

Workshop Venue: SDN World Congress 2016, World Forum, The Hague, Netherlands.

 

 

WORKSHOP AGENDA

12 October 2016

15:40 cest.

 Room: YANGTZE 2 on the 1st Floor of the World Forum

15:40

Welcome and Introduction

Miguel Ponce De Leon | Chief Technologist, TSSG | Waterford Institute of Technology

15:45

RINA introduction

Eduard Grasa | Research engineer | Fundació i2CAT

16:05

Slicing / SDN / Virtualisation and RINA

Neil Davies | Founder & Chief Scientist | Predictable Network Solutions

With Demo

16:20

Security and RINA

Peter Thompson | CTO | Predictable Network Solutions

With Demo

16:35

Naming and addressing / Mobility

Eduard Grasa | Research engineer | Fundació i2CAT

With Demo

16:50

Programmable congestion avoidance

Peyman Teymoori | Postdoctoral Fellow | University of Oslo

17:00

Orchestration / Management

Sven van der Meer | Master Engineer | Ericsson

17:15

Interop / Deployment

Vincenzo Maffione | R&D Engineer | Nextworks

With Demo

17:30

NFV support in RINA

Diego López | Head of Technology Exploration | Telefónica

Chair | ETSI NFV ISG

With Demo

17:45

RINA Unplugged

     John Day,

     Gina Carrozzo, Neil Davies, Eduard Grasa, Diego López, Sven van der Meer.

18:15

Closing remarks

Miguel Ponce De Leon | Chief Technologist, TSSG | Waterford Institute of Technology

18:15

End of PRISTINE Workshop

 

 

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