During the SAIL Summer School a Work-in-Progress session for PhD students will take place.
After the presentations, the SAIL Summer School Committee will give an award to the best Work-in-Progress, considering both the technical value of the submission as well as the presentation at the SAIL Summer School session.
The following papers have been submitted and accepted for the Work-in-Progress session:
|Network Stability Assurance in the Context of Autonomic Management||Antonio Astorga (Universidad Politécnica de
|Methodical Multihoming for Urban Networks||Bruno Sousa (University of Coimbra)|
|Evaluating OpenFlow in libNetVirt||Daniel Turrull (KTH)|
|Towards Resilient Control Planes for Future Networks||Diego Kreutz (University of Lisbon)|
|CCN - Java Opensource Kit EmulatoR||Ilaria Cianci (Politecnico di Bari)|
|Converged IT and Optical Network Virtualisation: the Last (Clean-)Step towards the Future|
Internet Infrastructure Management
|Jordi Ferrer (i2CAT)|
|Response Time Optimized Cloud Resource Allocation at Multiple Sites||Matthias Keller (University of Paderborn)|
|Evaluation and Analysis of NR-SACKs based PR-SCTP||Mohammad Rajiullah (Karlstad University)|
|Hardware-assistant network virtualization||Piotr Wisniewski (Warsaw University of Technology)|
|Autonomic Resource Management in Virtual Networks||Rashid Mijumbi (Universidad Politécnica de
This will allow the PhD students to discuss about their ongoing research with other colleagues in an open environment, bringing the opportunity to get new ideas about their research. One-page summaries will be made available with the rest of the SAIL Summer School material.
Important dates and submission process
PhD students are encouraged to submit an extended abstract describing their current research results and/or work in progress related to the Future Internet. Selected submissions will be presented during the SAIL Summer School, at the Work-in-Progress session.
Submitted abstracts must be at most four pages long, including all figures, tables, references, etc. They must be formatted according to the standard IEEE conference double column format.
Submission deadline: May 11th, 2012 (Note: updated and prolonged)
Notification of acceptance: May 27th, 2012
Submissions should be sent to Ramon Aguero: ramon (at) tlmat (dot) unican (dot) es
|More resources around the SAIL Summer School|
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|How to register for the SAIL Summer School|
|SAIL Summer School details|
|Speakers and topics at the SAIL Summer School|
|PhD Work-in-Progess session including Call for Papers|
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