IFIP Networking 2013 Conference

22nd May 2013 – 24th May 2013

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May 22nd, Wednesday

8:00 AM – 10:30 AM – Morning Session – 5 Metrotech Center, LC 400

8:00 AM – Breakfast

8:30 AM – Conference Opening Session

9:00 AM- Keynote Speaker – Don Towsley - A Walk in the Dark: Random Walks and Network Discovery

10:00 AM – One Minute Madness

10:30 AM – 12:00 PM – Parallel Session - 2 Metrotech Center, 9th Floor

Session A1 – Naming and Services - Room# 9.009

1. FERN: A Unifying Framework For Name Resolution

Across Heterogeneous Architectures

Spencer Sevilla (University of California, Santa Cruz, USA); 

Priya Mahadevan (PARC, USA);

J. J. Garcia-Luna-Aceves (University of California at

Santa Cruz, USA).

2. H-Tree: An Efficient Index Structure for Event

Matching in Publish/Subscribe Systems

Shiyou Qian (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P.R. China);

Jian Cao (Shanghai Jiaotong University, P.R. China);

Yanmin Zhu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P.R. China);

Minglu Li (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P.R. China);

Jie Wang (Stanford University, USA).

3. Samaritan Cloud: Secure and Scalable Infrastructure

for enabling Location-based Services

Abhishek Samanta (Northeastern University, USA);

Ravi Sundaram (Northeastern University, USA);

Fangfei Zhou (Northeastern University, USA).

Session B1 – Measurement – I - Room# 9.011

1. CobWeb: In-Network Cobbling of Web Traffic

Hitesh Khandelwal (Purdue University, USA);

Fang Hao (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, USA); 

Sarit Mukherjee (BellLabs, USA); 

Ramana Rao Kompella (Purdue University, USA);

 T. V. Lakshman (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, USA).

2. ReSurf: Reconstructing Web-Surfing Activity From Network


Guowu Xie (University of California, Riverside, USA);

Marios Iliofotou (Narus, Inc, USA);

Thomas Karagiannis (Microsoft Research, United Kingdom);

Michalis Faloutsos (University of California, Riverside, USA);

Yaohui Jin (Shanghai Jiaotong University, P.R. China).

3. Estimating Traffic Correlations from Sampling and Active

Network Probing

Amr Rizk (Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany);

Zdravko Bozakov (Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany);

Markus H Fidler (Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany).

12:00 PM – 01:30 PM – Lunch Break – 5 Metrotech Center, LC 400

01:30 PM – 03:30 PM – Parallel Session - 2 Metrotech Center, 9th Floor

Session A2 – ICN - Room# 9.009

1. Interest Flooding Attack and Countermeasures in Named Data Networking

Alexander Afanasyev (University of California,Los Angeles,USA);

Priya Mahadevan (PARC, USA);

Ilya Moiseenko (University of California, Los Angeles, USA);

Ersin Uzun (PARC, USA);

Lixia Zhang (University of California at Los Angeles, USA)

2. Implementation and Evaluation of an Information-Centric Network

George Parisis (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom);

Dirk Trossen (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom);

Dimitris Syrivelis (University of Thessaly, Greece).

3. Pricing in Information-Centric Network Interconnection

Tuan-Minh Pham (UPMC Sorbonne Universités, France);

Serge Fdida (UPMC Sorbonne Universités, France);

Panayotis Antoniadis (ETH Zurich, Switzerland).

4. Lessons from the Past: Why Data-driven States Harm Future Information-Centric Networking

Matthias Wählisch (Freie Universität Berlin, Germany);

Thomas C. Schmidt (Hamburg University of Applied Sciences,


Markus Vahlenkamp (Hochschule für Angewandte

Wissenschaften Hamburg, Germany).

Session B2 – P2P - Room# 9.011

1. Spatial and Temporal Locality of Content in BitTorrent: A Measurement Study

Taejoong Chung (Seoul National University, Korea);

Jinyoung Han (Seou National University, Korea);

Hojin Lee (KAIST, Korea);

Jussi Kangasharju (University of Helsinki, Finland);

Taekyoung Kwon (Seoul National University, Korea);

Yanghee Choi (Seoul National University, Korea).

2. Open2Edit: a peer-to-peer platform for collaboration

Nicolaas Zeilemaker (Delft University of Technology,

The Netherlands);

Mihai Capotă (Delft University of Technology,The Netherlands);

Johan A. Pouwelse (Delft University of Technology,

The Netherlands).

3. Balance Visual Saliency, Reusability and Potential Relevance for Caching P2P 3D Streaming Contents

Wei Wang (School of Electronics and Information

Engineering Tongji University, P.R. China);

Jinyuan Jia (Tongji University, P.R. China);

Xiaojun Hei (Huazhong University of Science and

Technology, P.R.China).

4. Entelecheia: Detecting P2P Botnets in their Waiting Stage

Huy Hang (University of California, Riverside, USA);

Xuetao Wei (UC, Riverside, USA);

Michalis Faloutsos (University of California, Riverside, USA);

Tina Eliassi-Rad(Rutgers University, USA).

03:30 PM – 03:45 PM Coffee Break

03:45 PM – 05:45 PM – Parallel Session  – 2 Metrotech Center, 9th Floor

Session A3 – Cellular - Room# 9.009

1. Understanding the Complexity of 3G UMTS Network Performance

Yingying Chen (University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, USA);

Nick Duffield (AT&T Labs – Research, USA);

Patrick Haffner (AT&T, USA);

Wen-Ling Hsu (AT&T Labs, USA);

Guy Jacobson (AT&T Labs, USA);

Yu Jin (AT&T Labs Research, USA);

Subhabrata Sen (AT&T Labs – Research, USA);

Shobha Venkataraman (AT&T Research, USA);

Zhi-Li Zhang (University of Minnesota, USA).

2. Characterizing High-frequency Subscriber Sessions in Cellular Data Networks

Jingtao Li (Fudan University, P.R. China);

Wengang Pei (Fudan University, P.R. China);

Zhen Cao (Fudan University, P.R. China).

3. Energy-efficient Subcarrier Allocation in SC-FDMA

Wireless Networks based on Multilateral Model of Bargaining

Eirini Eleni Tsiropoulou (National Technical University of

Athens/Institute of Comm. and Comp. Systems, Greece);

Aggelos Kapoukakis (National Technical University of Athens,


Symeon Papavassiliou (National Technical University of

Athens, Greece).

4. Spectrum-aware Radio Resource Management for

scalable video multicast in LTE-Advanced Systems

Rajarajan Sivaraj (University of California, Davis, USA);

Amit Pande (University of California Davis, CA, USA);

Prasant Mohapatra (University of California, Davis, USA).

Session B3 – Network Robustness - Room# 9.011

1. Routing with Joker Links for Maximized Robustness

Hung Quoc Vo (Simula Research Laboratory, Norway);

Olav Lysne (Simula Research Laboratory, Norway);

Amund Kvalbein (Simula Research Laboratory, Norway).

2. Critical regions and region-disjoint paths in a network

Stojan Trajanovski (Delft University of Technology,

The Netherlands);

Fernando A. Kuipers (Delft University of Technology,

The Netherlands);

Piet Van Mieghem (Delft University of Technology,

The Netherlands);

Aleksandar Ilić (Facebook Inc., USA);

Jon Crowcroft (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom).

3. Adaptive Failure Detection Timers for IGP Networks

Bruno Vidalenc (Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs France, France);

Ludovic Noirie (Alcatel-Lucent France, France);

Samir Ghamri-Doudane (Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs France, France);

Eric Renault (TELECOM & Management SudParis (ex GET-INT), 


4. p-Cycle-Based Node Failure Protection for Survivable Virtual Network Embedding”

Abdallah Jarray (University of Ottawa, Canada);

Yihong Song(University of Ottawa, Canada);

Ahmed Karmouch (University of Ottawa, Canada).

May 23rd, Thursday

8:30 AM – 10:30 AM – Moring Session – 5 Metrotech Center, LC 400

8:30 AM – Breakfast

9:00 AM – Keynote Speaker - K. K. Ramakrishnan - Meeting the Needs of Growing Traffic: Challenge for Cellular Wireless Networks

10:00 AM – One Minute Madness

10:30 AM – 12:00 PM – Parallel Session - 2 Metrotech Center, 9th Floor

Session A4 – TCP and Hardware - Room# 9.009

1. Edge versus Host Pacing of TCP Traffic in Small Buffer


Hassan Habibi Gharakheili (University of New South Wales, Australia);

Arun Vishwanath (University of Melbourne, Australia);

Vijay Sivaraman (University of New South Wales, Australia).

2. (Deployable) Reduction of Multicast State with In-packet

Bloom Filters

Petri Jokela (Ericsson, Finland);

Heikki Mahkonen (Ericsson, Finland);

Christian Esteve Rothenberg (CPqD, Brazil);

Joerg Ott (Aalto University, Finland).

3. Switch Reduce: Reducing Switch State and Controller

Involvement in OpenFlow Networks

Aakash Iyer (IBM Research – India, India);

Vijay Mann (IBM Research, New Delhi, India);

Naga Rohit Samineni (Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India).

Session B4 – Measurement – II - Room# 9.011

1. A Multi-Level Approach for Evaluating Internet Topology Generators

Ryan Rossi (Purdue University, USA);

Sonia Fahmy (Purdue University, USA);

Nilothpal Talukder (Purdue University,USA).

2. Improving IP Geolocation by Crawling the Internet PoP Level Graph

Yuval Shavitt (Tel-Aviv University, Israel);

Noa Zilberman (Tel-Aviv University, Israel).

3. The Large-Scale Geography of Internet Round Trip Times

Raul Landa (University College London,

United Kingdom);

João Taveira Araújo (University College London,

United Kingdom);

Eleni Mykoniati (University College London, United Kingdom);

Richard G Clegg (University College London, United


David Griffin (University College London,

United Kingdom);

Miguel Rio (UCL, United Kingdom).

12:00 PM – 01:30 PM – Lunch Break  – 5 Metrotech Center, LC 400

01:30 PM – 03:30 PM – Parallel Session  – 2 Metrotech Center, 9th Floor

Session A5 – Trust and Security - Room# 9.009

1. A Network Science Perspective of a Distributed

Reputation Mechanism

Rahim Delaviz Aghbolagh (Delft University of

Technology, The Netherlands);

Nicolaas Zeilemaker (Delft University of Technology,

The Netherlands);

Johan A. Pouwelse (Delft University of Technology,

The Netherlands);

Dick Epema (Delft University of Technology,

The Netherlands).

2. On A Way to Improve Cyber-Insurer Profits: When

Security Vendor Becomes the Cyber-Insurer

Ranjan Pal (University of Southern California, USA);

Konstantinos Psounis (University of Southern California, 


Leana Golubchik (USC, USA);

Pan Hui (Deutsche Telekom Laboratories, Germany).

3. End-to-end transport-layer security for Internet-

integrated sensing applications with mutual and

delegated ECC public-key authentication

Jorge Granjal (University of Coimbra, Polo 2, Portugal);

Edmundo Monteiro (University of Coimbra, Portugal);

Jorge Sá Silva (University of Coimbra, Portugal).

4. Trust-based Grouping for Cloud Datacenters:

improving security in shared infrastructures

Daniel Stefani Marcon (Federal University of Rio Grande

do Sul, Brazil);

Rodrigo Ruas Oliveira (Federal University of Rio Grande

do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil);

Miguel Neves (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul

(UFRGS), Brazil);

Luciana Salete Buriol (Federal University of Rio Grande

do Sul, Brazil);

Luciano Paschoal Gaspary (Federal University of Rio

Grande do Sul, Brazil);

Marinho P. Barcellos (Federal University of Rio Grande do

Sul, Brazil).

Session B5 – Load Balancing and TE - Room# 9.011

1. On the efficiency of non-cooperative load-balancing

Josu Doncel (LAAS-CNRS, France);

Urtzi Ayesta (CNRS-LAAS and Ikerbasque-University of the

Basque Country, Spain);

Olivier Brun (Laboratoire d’Analyse et d’Architecture des

Systemes, France);

Balakrishna Prabhu (LAAS-CNRS, France).

2. Green IGP Link Weights for Energy-Efficiency and

Load-balancing in IP Backbone Networks

Frederic Francois (University of Surrrey, United Kingdom);

Ning Wang (University of Surrey, United Kingdom);

Klaus Moessner (University of Surrey, United Kingdom);

Stylianos Georgoulas (University of Surrey, United Kingdom);

Ke Xu (Tsinghua University, P.R. China).

3. Optimal OSPF Traffic Engineering using Legacy


Cost Multipath Load Balancing

Krisztián Németh (Budapest University of Technology

and Economics, Hungary);

Attila Kőrösi (Budapest University of Technology

and Economics, Hungary);

Gábor Rétvári (Budapest University of Technology

and Economics, Hungary).

4. Efficient Traffic Matrix Estimation for Data Center


Yan Qiao (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore);

Zhiming Hu (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore);

Jun Luo (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore).

03:30 PM – 04:00 PM Coffee Break

04:00 PM – 05:30 PM – Panel Session - New Trends in Mobile Computing and Networking – 2 Metrotech Center, Room# 9.009

Moderator: Yong Liu, Polytechnic Institute of NYU
Panelists: Sharad Agarwal, Microsoft Research
Tian Bu, Bell Labs
 Mung Chiang, Princeton University
 K.K. Ramakrishnan, AT&T Labs Research
 Alex Reznik, InterDigital

05:30 PM – 06:15 PM – Subway Ride to NYU Torch Club

06:15 PM – 08:30 PM – Conference Dinner at NYU Torch Club

May 24th, Friday

8:30 AM – 10:30 AM – Morning Session – 5 Metrotech Center, LC 400

8:30 AM – Breakfast

9:00 AM- Keynote Speaker - Chung Sheng Li - Software Defined Environment

10:00 AM – One Minute Madness

10:30 AM – 12:00 AM – Parallel Session - 2 Metrotech Center, 9th Floor

Session A6 – Network Virtualization - Room# 9.009

1. Multi-Domain Virtual Network Embedding with Limited Information Disclosure

David Dietrich (Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany);

Amr Rizk (Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany);

Panagiotis Papadimitriou (Leibniz University of

Hannover, Germany).

2. A General Distributed Approach to Slice Embedding

with Guarantees

Flavio Esposito (Boston University, USA);

Donato Di Paola (National Research Council (C.N.R.), Italy);

Ibrahim Matta (Boston University, USA).

3. Design and Analysis of Schedules for Virtual Network


Samantha Lo (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA);

Mostafa Ammar (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA);

Ellen Zegura (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA).

Session B6 – Measurement – III - Room# 9.011

1. Gaussian Traffic Revisited

Ricardo de O. Schmidt (University of Twente, The Netherlands);

Ramin Sadre (Aalborg University, Denmark);

Aiko Pras (University of Twente, The Netherlands).

2. SANTACLASS: A Self Adaptive Network Traffic Classification System

Alok Tongaonkar (Narus Inc, USA);

Ram Keralapura (Narus, USA);

Antonio Nucci (Narus inc., USA).

3. Adaptive Load-Aware Sampling for Network Monitoring on Multicore Commodity 


Lothar Braun (Technische Universität München, Germany);

Cornelius Diekmann (Technische Universität München, Germany);

Nils Kammenhuber (Technische Universität München, Germany);

Georg Carle (Technische Universität München, Germany).

12:00 PM – 01:30 PM – Lunch Break - 5 Metrotech Center, LC 400

01:30 PM – 03:30 PM – Parallel Session - 2 Metrotech Center, 9th Floor

Session A7- Wireless - Room# 9.009

1. Comparing Underwater MAC Protocols in Real Sea Experiment

Lina Pu (University of Connecticut, USA);

Yu Luo (University of Connecticut, USA);  

Haining Mo(University of Connecticut,USA);

Zheng Peng (University of Connecticut,USA);

Jun-Hong Cui (University of Connecticut, USA);

Zaihan Jiang (U.S. Naval Research Lab, USA).

2. Fast Wireless Protocol: A Network Stack Design for Wireless Transmission

Daniel M. Havey (University of California in Santa Barbara, USA);

Kevin C Almeroth (University of California, Santa Barbara, USA).

3. A Reliable, Traffic-adaptive and Energy-efficient Link Layer for Wireless Sensor Networks

Markus Anwander (University of Bern, Switzerland);

Torsten Ingo Braun (University of Bern, Switzerland).

4. The price of evolution in incremental network design: The case of mesh networks

Saeideh Bakhshi (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA);

Constantine Dovrolis (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA).

Session B7 – Data and Modeling - Room# 9.011

1. Modeling the guaranteed delivery of bulk data

Mauro Femminella (University of Perugia, Italy);

Gianluca Reali (University of Perugia, Italy);

Roberto Francescangeli (Columbia University, USA).

2. Reducing Communication Overhead for Average Consensus

Mahmoud El Chamie (INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France);

Giovanni Neglia (INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France);

Konstantin Avrachenkov (INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France).

3. Data Transfer Paradigms for Future Networks: Fountain Coding or Congestion Control?

Sándor Molnár (Budapest University of Technology

and Economics, Hungary);

Zoltán Móczár (Budapest University of

Technology and Economics, Hungary);

András Temesváry (Budapest University of

Technology and Economics, Hungary);

Balázs Sonkoly (Budapest University of

Technology and Economics, Hungary);

Szilárd Solymos (Budapest University of

Technology and Economics, Hungary);

Tamás Csicsics (Budapest University of

Technology and Economics, Hungary).

4. Socially Aware Data Partitioning for Distributed Storage of Social Data

Duc A. Tran (University of Massachusetts Boston, USA);

Ting Zhang (University of Massachusetts, USA);

03:30 PM – 04:00 PM Coffee Break