[LAC-TF] FW: CFP: "IPv6 and the Future of the Internet" workshop @ SIGCOMM 2007
german at lacnic.net
Wed Jan 17 16:36:56 BRST 2007
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> From: JINMEI Tatuya / 神明達哉 <jinmei at isl.rdc.toshiba.co.jp>
> Organization: Research & Development Center, Toshiba Corp., Kawasaki, Japan.
> Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2007 01:51:00 +0900
> To: <ipv6 at ietf.org>, <v6ops at ops.ietf.org>, <users at ipv6.org>
> Subject: CFP: "IPv6 and the Future of the Internet" workshop @ SIGCOMM 2007
> (excuse me cross posting - hopefully it's not so noisy)
> Dear all,
> On behalf of the program committee, I'd like to make an announcement
> of a CFP for a forthcoming SIGCOMM workshop on IPv6. Details are
> available at http://www.sigcomm.org/sigcomm-conference-current/ipv6/
> (major contents of the web page are also pasted below). Although you
> might think SIGCOMM is too "academic" for such practical forums as
> IETF, we are actually seeking practical insights as well as
> theoretical analyses in this workshop as described in the CFP.
> So, please consider submitting a paper on your recent
> research/engineering results related to IPv6.
> Also, it would be very nice if you can distribute the CFP to whatever
> venues that you think are suitable for this workshop.
> JINMEI, Tatuya
> Communication Platform Lab.
> Corporate R&D Center, Toshiba Corp.
> jinmei at isl.rdc.toshiba.co.jp
> 1. Motivation and rationale for the workshop
> This one-day workshop aims to bring together researchers and
> practitioners from academia and industry to engage in an in-depth
> discussion on various research and deployment issues of IPv6 and their
> impact on the future of the Internet. In recent years the global
> deployment of IPv6 started taking off, especially in the Asian-Pacific area.
> To date IPv6 development efforts have mainly focused on protocol
> standardization, product development, and network operations, rather
> than as a research target.
> However, we believe that the accumulated experiences in these practices
> now provide interesting research opportunities, not only for those who
> have been involved in IPv6 development but also for the broader network
> research community. We expect the workshop to open a dialog between
> networking researchers and practitioners, and foster synergistic
> activities thereafter.
> 2. Call for Paper (CFP)
> ACM SIGCOMM IPv6 and the Future of the Internet (IPv6+) Workshop seeks
> papers describing significant research contributions to the field of
> IPv6 and their relevance on the future of the Internet. IPv6 was
> primarily motivated by the address shortage problem of IPv4. It provides
> a much larger address space than IPv4. However, the competing technology
> Network Address Translation (NAT) has alleviated the address shortage
> problem to some extent, and other problems, such as routing scalability,
> management, mobility, and security, have become increasingly prominent.
> At the mean time, the global deployment of IPv6 has gradually taken off.
> Modern operating systems are shipped with both IPv4 and IPv6 stacks, and
> IPv6-compatible backbones came into existence. As it is costly to
> migrate from one network architecture to another one, can we take this
> opportunity to address additional problems in the IPv4 Internet by
> extending the IPv6 protocol suite? What new problems are/were
> encountered in the process of deploying IPv6? And what lessons have we
> We invite submissions that shed light on the above questions.
> Submissions in both academic and operational flavors are welcome.
> Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
> * Experiences and lessons learned from pilot deployments of IPv6
> networks and applications
> * Experimental and measurement results from operational IPv6 networks
> * Advantages and challenges the very large IPv6 address space bring
> to the Internet routing system
> * Scalable and robust solutions to multi-homing and traffic engineering
> * Host and Network Mobility
> * Multicast and Anycast protocols
> * Worms, DoS, and other security threats in IPv6 networks and
> possible enhancements to address these challenges.
> * IPv6's Applicability to sensor networks, low-power personal area
> networks, and other types of challenged networks
> * Impact on application development and deployment
> * A critical assessment of IPv6's viability as a global
> communication infrastructure for the future or of its fundamental
> limitations, if any.
> 3. Submission guideline
> Submissions must be no greater than 6 pages in length, must be a pdf
> file, and must follow the formatting guidelines at
> http://www.sigcomm.org/sigcomm2007/workshop-psg.html. Submissions that
> deviate from these guidelines will be rejected without consideration.
> Reviews will be single-blind: authors name and affiliation should be
> included in the submission. Authors of accepted papers are expected to
> present their papers at the workshop. Submissions must be original work
> not under review at any other workshop, conference, or journal.
> 4. Workshop dates
> Paper submission due: April 6, 2007
> Paper acceptance notification: May 11, 2007
> Camera-ready due: June 8, 2007
> Workshop: Aug 31, 2007
> 5. Program committee
> Program Co-chairs:
> Xiaowei Yang UC Irvine, US
> Tatuya Jinmei Toshiba, Japan
> Program Committee members:
> Maoke Chen Tsinghua, China
> Kilnam Chon KAIST, Korea
> Rich Draves Microsoft, US
> Paul Francis Cornell, US
> Tony Hain Cisco, US
> Masaki Hirabaru NICT, Japan
> Xing Li Tsinghua, China
> Yoshifumi Nishida Sony CSL, Japan
> Pekka Savola CSC/FUNET, Finland
> Dave Thaler Microsoft, US
> Beichuan Zhang University of Arizona, US
> Lixia Zhang UCLA, US
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