FIA Principal Investigators' Meeting

November 17-18, 2014
Washington, DC




This workshop was the ninth in a series of investigator meetings for the NSF Future Internet Architecture program. The meeting was in two parts. The agenda for the first day was a focus on security. The second day was a student meeting, with presentations by students from the various projects.


Monday, June 1, 2015 Security in the FIA projects

9:00 Named Data Networks: Alex Haldeman

10:00 Nebula: Antonio Nicolosi (slides)

10:30 Break

11:00 Mobility First: Wade Trappe (slides)

12:00 Lunch

1:00 XIA: Adrian Perrig (slides)

2:00 Panel discussion: cross project issues and lessons

3:00 Panel discussion: future issues in security

3:30 Break

3:45: Group discussion: Big New Ideas for NSF


Tuesday, June 2, 2015 FIA student meeting

8:30 MIT Shuttle bus from Courtyard Marriott to MIT Stata Cent

9:00 ROUTING Moderator: Onur Ascigil (ChoiceNet)
Anycast Routing for Services in XIS – Yuchen Wu (XIA)
Hyperbolic vs. Link-State Routing in ICN – Vince Lehman (NDN)
Inter-domain routing support for the future internet – Shreyasee Mukherjee (MobilityFirst)

10:00 SECURITY Moderator: Teng Liang (NDN)
Schematizing and Automating Trust in NDN – Yingdi Yu (NDN)
Secure name resolution for identifier-to-locator mappings in the global internet – Xiruo Liu (MobilityFirst)

10:30 Break

Multi-context TLS: Enabling Secure In-Networking Functionality in TLS – David Naylor (XIA)

11:30 APPLICATIONS Moderator: Romeu Monteiro (XIA)
MobilityFirst IOT Architecture – Sugang Li (MobilityFirst)
Practical, Real-time Centralized Control for CDN-based Live Video Delivery – Matt Mukerjee (XIA)
NDN for Scientific DataApplications – Steve DiBenedetto (NDN)

12:30 Lunch and posters – 4th Floor R&D Common

2:30 WILD CARD TALKS Moderator: Parishad Karimi (MobilityFirst)
Linux XIA: An Interoperable Meta Architecture to Crowdsource the Future Internet – Michael Machado (XIA)
Reliably Scalable Name Prefix Lookup – Haowei Yuan (NDN)
Supporting Rich Network Services in a Name Based Architecture – Francesco Bronzino (MobilityFirst)

3:30 Break

3:45 Open discussion


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