Welcome to WASA-NGI-V
WASA-NGI-V, the 5th International Workshop on Architectures, Services and Applications for the Next Generation Internet will be held in conjunction with the IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN) conference in Clearwater, Florida, USA.
A rapidly changing application landscape poses new challenges to the Internet infrastructure
in terms of scale and flexibility. New applications, for example, social networks allow large
number of users to interact and cooperate pervasively in a “Web2.0-style”, exchanging
considerable amounts of data. These users connect dynamically through a wide number of
heterogeneous communication technologies. Further dynamics result from a strongly varying
set of users as well as from their changing requirements. Network services must respond
elastically to such dynamics.
Furthermore, the integration of sensors and RFIDs in objects of everyday’s life has enabled an intelligent interconnection of real-world objects – the “Internet of Things” – at the scale of billions of devices. Applications like weather simulations rely on dedicated sensor networks integration that produce enormous data volumes, which are expected to reach soon the exascale. Sensor information gathered by satellites already nowadays produce volumes at a rate of Terabytes per second. Since the transmission of large data volumes implies high costs, network architectures and services need more intelligent support that supports to move functions closer to the data to be processed rather than moving massively data between functions of applications.
This workshop intends to provide a platform for researchers to discuss progress for novel network architectures and services to support emerging data-intensive Internet applications. The workshop is especially interested in approaches that expose high flexibility for scaling applications and efficiency in the access of data streams by considering aspects like QoS, mobility, and interoperability and accounting/using the requirements/possibilities of novel communication technologies.
|Organizing Committee||Roland Bless||KIT, Germany|
|Boris Koldehofe||University of Stuttgart|
|Program commitee||Bengt Ahlgren||Swedish Institute of Computer Science, Sweden|
|Erik-Oliver Blass||Northeastern University, USA|
|Torsten Braun||University of Bern, Switzerland|
|Paolo Costa||Imperial College London, UK|
|Phuong H. Ha||University of Tromsø, Norway|
|David Hilley||Google, USA|
|Marco Hoffmann||Nokia Siemens Networks, Germany|
|Holger Karl||University of Paderborn, Germany|
|Martin Karsten||University of Waterloo, Kanada|
|Dae Young Kim||Chungnam National University, South Korea|
|Sam Michiels||KU Leuven, Belgium|
|Hugo Miranda||Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal|
|Jörg Ott||Aalto University, Finnland|
|Benno Overeinder||NLnet Labs, Netherlands|
|Marina Papatriantafilou||Chalmers, Sweden|
|Moritz Steiner||Bell Labs, USA|
|Kurt Tutschku||University of Vienna, Austria|
|Steve Uhlig||Queen Mary University of London, UK|
|Stefan Weber||Trinity College Dublin|
|Jin Zhao||Fudan University, China|