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Workshop 1: 5th IEEE/IFIP International Workshop on Broadband Convergence Networks (BcN 2010)
Monday, April 19, 2010
  09:00 ~ 17:30
Location: Room 1008, Osaka International Convention Center
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Convergence is a key design aspect for next generation networks. The seamless integration of wireless and wired network architectures, point-to-point and broadcasting communications, data and multimedia-oriented services, mobile and cellular systems, sensor networks, fast fiber and long delay networks remains a challenging endeavor for network operation and management. The complete end-to-end picture becomes unclear to say the least.

As new technologies meet old ones, many need to be revisited to fit into this complex scenario. In this workshop, we will look at the latest advances in broadband access technologies including IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN, 802.16 Wireless MAN (WiBro, WiMax) and 3G/4G wireless cellular networks and their SIP based IMS platform, broadband access networks, such as xDSL, FTTH and Cable, and examine their use for emerging streaming, multicast, and broadcast applications such as IPTV.

Sharing research and development experiences towards next generation architecture design and management is very important. Architectural issues such as naming and addressing, routing and service scalability, late binding, cross layer design, mobility and heterogeneous support, service orchestration, among others are encouraged into the broadband context. These different visions on how carriers will deliver voice, data and video services - with less network complexity and efficient control - are crucial information for operators and carriers.

This 5th edition of the International Workshop on Broadband Convergence Networks (BcN) builds on the success of its previous editions, which could be successfully held in conjunction with the IEEE/IFIP NOMS and IM conferences since 2006. The main goal of the BcN workshop is to draw researchers with different backgrounds to share their experience and knowledge of the current status of standardization and technology development of BcN, to discuss challenges and present possible solutions and innovations for the challenges that broadband networking is facing today and more over tomorrow.


09:00-09:05 Welcome Address
09:05-09:50 Keynote Speech  1 
                  The NGN - a Carrier-grade IP Convergence Network

                  Speaker:Tatsuro Murakami, NTT, Japan
09:50-10:30 Short Paper Session 1 
                  Next Generation Networks and Services
 Chair: Makoto Takano, NTT-West, Japan

                  IPTV Service Modelling in Magneto Networks
ققققققققققققققققققققSidath Handurukande (LM Ericsson, Ireland), Stefan Wallin, Andreas Jonsson (Data Ductus Nord AB,
ققققققققققققققققققق Sweden)
Evaluation of the Route Optimization Architecture for MOBIKE-based Mobileقققققققق
ققققققققققققققققققق Communication Systems

ققققققققققققققققققق Takafumi Oya, Hiroki Kamiyama, Jun Miyoshi, Yasuhiro Kitamikado, Yasuyuki Ichikawa (NTT-
ققققققققققققققققققق West, Japan)
10:30-11:00قCoffee Breakق
11:00-12:30قTechnical Session 1
قققققققققHome Network Management for IPTV Service Operations - A Service Provider Perspective
ققققققققققققققققققققChung-Hua Hu, Yung-Yi Hsu, Chia-June Hong, Shun-Hsing Hsu, Yen-Cheng Lin, Chen-Min Hsu,ق
ققققققققققققققققققققTse-Han Fang (Chunghwa Telecom Laboratories, R.O.C)
قققققققققققققققققق▪ Source Coding Optimization for Heterogeneous Access Networks
قققققققققققققققققققق Lorenzo Rossi, Laura Toni (Italian Institute of Technology, Italy), Nazim Agoulmine (University of
قققققققققققققققققققق Evry, France), Jean-Guy Fontaine (Italian Institue of Technology, Italy)
قققققققققققققققققق▪ The Impact of FQDN Database Updates on Name-based Routing Architecture
قققققققققققققققققققققHaesung Hwang (Osaka University, Japan), Shingo Ata (Osaka City University, Japan), Masayuki Murata
قققققققققققققققققققق (Osaka University, Japan)
12:30-13:00قPoster Sessionق
ققققققققققققققققق Chair:قHui Wang, POSTECH, Korea
قققققققققققققققققق▪ Information and Communication laboratory management using Virtualization technology
ققققققققققققققققققق Eun-ha Yu, Taeyoung Kim, Dong-woo Kwon, Min-Seong Lee, Hong-Taek Ju (Keimyung University, Korea)
ققققققققققققققققققA Study on the Client Autonomous Manipulation Agent for Flexible Configuration Architecture
ققققققققققققققققققققFumihiro Yokose, Kenichi Nishikawa, Nagatoshi Nawa, Takeshi Masuda, Tetsuya Yamamura (NTT, Japan)
13:00-13:30قLunch Breakق
13:30-15:30قTechnical Session 2ق
قققققققققققققققققق▪ Content Classification of WAP Traffic in Korean Cellular Networks
ققققققققققققققققققق Byungjoon Lee (ETRI, Korea), Kisu Kim, Taeck-geun Kwon, Youngseok Lee (Chungnam Nationalق
ققققققققققققق ققققق University, Korea)
قققققققققققققققققق▪ Function-Distributed Mobility System for the Future Internet
ققققققققققققققققققق Gen Motoyoshi (NEC, Japan), Kenji Leibnitz, Masayuki Murata (Osaka University, Japan)
قققققققققققققققققق▪ Sectoring in WiMAX Relay 802.16j to Enhance the Systemق
ققققققققققققققققققققHai Dang Nguyen, Nazim Agoulmine (University of Evry, France), Hui Wang (POSTECH, Korea)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪قOn Achieving Self-Organization in Mobile WiMAX Network
Sin-seok Seo and Sung-Su Kim, James Won-Ki Hong (POSTECH, Korea)
ققققققققققققققققققق Nazim Agoulmine (Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea, and University of Evry Val
قققققققققققققق قققق d'Essonne, France)
15:30-16:00قCoffee Break
16:00-16:45قKeynote Speechق
ققققققققققققققققققVirtualized Network Infrastructure using OpenFlow
ققققققققققققققققق Speaker:قHideyuki Shimonishi, NEC, Japan
16:45-17:25قShort Paper Sessionق2
ققققققققققققققققققMulti-hop Wireless Routing Protocols
ققققققققققققققققق Chair:قKenji Leibnitz, Osaka University, Japan
قققققققققققققققققق▪ On The Throughput-Optimal Distributed Scheduling Schemes with Delay Analysis in Multi-hop Wireless
ققققققققققققققققققق Networks

ققققققققققققققققققققNguyen H. Tran and Choong Seon Hon, Kyung Hee University, Republic of Korea
قققققققققققققققققق▪ An Implementation of Parameterised Gradient Based Routing (PGBR) in ns-3

ققققققققققققققققققق Julien Mineraud, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland
17:25-17:30قClosing Session

Workshop 2:ق5th IEEE/IFIP International Workshop on Business-driven IT Management (BDIM 2010)
Monday, April 19, 2010
ق 09:00ق~ 17:30
Location: Room 1004, Osaka International Convention Center
Home page:ق

Information Technology (IT) management has evolved significantly over the past few years as IT-based solutions have become increasingly critical to the functioning of organizations. From device, network and systems management, solutions have evolved to include service management and IT governance, as witnessed by the recent popularity of ITIL and COBIT frameworks.

A recent shift in perspective brought to bear a more user-centric approach to IT management, putting IT managers in condition to look at IT not just from the IT department's traditional point of view but from the user's point of view: this is the reason for the appearance of services and quality of service metrics in these frameworks.

Even more recently, a further shift towards holistic understanding of IT in order to fulfill business objectives is occurring: one now wishes to look beyond IT services to the context where the services are used. This is termed Business-driven IT Management (BDIM) and is the object of this workshop.

BDIM focuses on the impact of IT on business processes and business-level objectives and vice versa; besides the conventional IT metrics such as availability and response time, it looks at other key performance indicators (KPIs), that is metrics that have significance from the point of view of the business supported by the IT. The BDIM approach aims at rethinking IT management from a business perspective, whether this be in an operational, tactical or strategic context. BDIM is not restricted to IT environments in enterprises but encompasses techniques and decision making that involve thinking about IT in terms of objectives that are at business level, of organizations that may not traditionally be classified as "businesses".


09:00-09:30 Opening remarksق
قققققققققققققققق قReport on BDIM 2010 Wisdom of the Crowds review resultsق
ققققققققققققققققق Chair: Claudio Bartolini, HP Laboratories, USA
09:30-10:30قTechnical Session 1
ققققققققققققققققق BDIM Models
ققققققققققققققققققImplementation and Application of a Well-Founded Configuration Management Ontology
ققققققققققققققققققق Gleison Baiঊco and Anilton Salles Garcia (Federal University of Espॄrito Santo, Brazil
ققققققققققققققققق ▪
قDecision Support for Virtual Machine Reassignments in Enterprise Data Centers
ققققققققققققققققققققThomas Setzer and Alexander Stage (Technische Universit࣪t M৚nchen, Germany)
10:30-11:00قCoffee Break
قTechnical Session 1
ققققققققققققققققق BDIM Models (cont.)
ققققققققققققققققققTowards Business-Driven Continual Service Improvement (Short Paper)
ققققققققققققققققققق Alberto Sampaio Lima and J. Neuman de Sousa (Federal University of Cear࣌, Brazil
ققققققققققققققققققق J. Augusto Oliveira, Jacques Sauvज and Ant࣠o Moura (Federal University of Campina Grande, Brazil)
قققققققققققققققققق▪ Model-based Integration of Tools Supporting Automatable IT Service Management Processesق
ققققققققققققققققققق (Short Paper)
ققققققققققققققققققققIngo Pansa, Philipp Walter, Sebastian Abeck and Klaus Scheibenberger (Karlsruhe Institute of
ققققققققققققققققققق Technology,قGermany)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪
قAقFramework to Support Investment Decisions using Multi-criteria and under Uncertainty in IT
ققققققققققققققققققق Service Portfolio Management
ققققققققققققققققققق Magno Queiroz, Ant࣠o Moura and Jacques Sauvज (Federal University of Campina Grande, Brazil)
ققققققققققققققققققق Claudio Bartolini (HP Labs, Palo Alto, USA)
ققققققققققققققققققق Marianne Hickey (HP Labs, Bristol, UK)
قDeveloping a Practical Financial Model to redefine Information Technology from a Cost Centreق
ققققققققققققققققققققtoقa BenefitقEnabling Centre
ققققققققققققققققققق Naresh Kurada
قLunch Break
قPoster Session
قققققققققققققققققققManaging Business Relationships in IT Outsourcing
ققققققققققققققققققققSven Graupner and Hamid Motahari (HP Labs, Palo Alto, USA)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪
قDetermination of an Optimal Test Points Allocation for Business Process Analysis
ققققققققققققققققققققDiana Borrego, Marॄa Teresa Gঀmez-Lঀpez, Rafael M. Gasca and Rafael Ceballos (Universidad de Sevilla,
ققققققققققققققققققق Spain)
قBusiness-Driven Adaptive SLO Maintenance in Service Level Management
ققققققققققققققققققققFei Gao, Xuesong Qiu and Luoming Meng (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪
قTowards the Use of Policy Decomposition for Composite Service Management by Non-expert End-
ققققققققققققققققققق users

ققققققققققققققققققق John Keeney, David Lewis and Vincent Wade (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪
قIntroduction to MAGNATE: Gathering and Analysis of Trust Evidence
ققققققققققققققققققققChern Har Yew and Hanan Lutfiyya (The University of Western Ontario, Canada)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪
قConcept for Implementation of Cost Effective Information Technology Service Management
ققققققققققققققققققق (ITSM) inقOrganizations
ققققققققققققققققققق Jan-Helge Deutscher and Carsten Felden
قTechnical Session 2ق
قققققققققققققققققق Economics of IT Security
ققققققققققققققققققققDecision Support for Systems Security Investment
قققققققققققققققققققققYolanta Beresnevichiene, David Pym and Simon Shiu (HP Labs, Bristol, UK)
قBusiness and Social Evaluation of Denial of Service Attacks of Communications Networks in
قققققققققققققققققققق View ofقScaling Economic Counter-measures
قققققققققققققققققققق L-F Pau
قققققققققققققققققق ▪
قEconomics of Identity and Access Management: Providing Decision Support for Investments
قققققققققققققققققققققMarco Casassa Mont, Yolanta Beresnevichiene, David Pym and Simon Shiu (HP Labs, Bristol, UK)
15:30-16:00قCoffee Break
قTechnical Session 3ق
قققققققققققققققق قBDIM Case Studies
قققققققققققققققققققCreating an ITIL Inspired Incident Management Approach: Roots, Response, and Results
ققققققققققققققققققققJames J. Cusick and Gary Ma (Wolters Kluwer, USA)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪
قAn Analysis of Patents from the Business-Driven IT Management Research Community
ققققققققققققققققققق Qinghua Lu (NICTA and University of New South Wales, Australia)
ققققققققققققققققققققVladimir Tosic (NICTA and University of New South Wales, Australia, and University of Western Ontario,
ققققققققققققققققققق Canada)
17:00قClosing Session

Workshop 3:ق2nd IEEE/IFIP International Workshop on Management of the Future Internet (ManFI 2010)ق
Monday, April 19, 2010
قق09:00ق~ 17:30
Location: Room 1005, Osaka International Convention Center
Home page:ق

The second IFIP/IEEE International Workshop on Management of the Future Internet (ManFI 2010) will be held in conjunction with theقIEEE/IFIP NOMS 2010قConference on April 19, 2009 in Osaka, Japan. The workshop is sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society, Technical Committee on Network Operations and Management (CNOM), the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP), the Autonomic Communications Forum (ACF), EMANICS, and the POSTECH WCU. (ACF pending)

It is widely agreed that, despite its many successes, the current Internet also has a set of systemic problems, ranging from an upcoming shortage of IP addresses to insufficient security. However, the lack of scalable and agile manageability is arguably more important, as without management, it is impossible to build systems that adapt the services and resources offered in a context-dependent manner.

In either case (clean slate vs evolution vs. revolution), we must consider the manageability of the Future Internet from the beginning. Following the success of ManFI 2009 held in conjunction with IM 2009, this workshop aims at providing an international forum for researchers in these and similar areas. ManFI 2010 will combine original full paper presentations with quick hot topic presentations and a panel discussion to thoroughly explore this challenging topic.


09:00-09:10قWelcome Address
ققققققققققققققققققNext Generation Management for Adaptive Environmentsق(PDF)
ققققققققققققققققق Speaker:قJoel Fleck, HP Labs, USAق
10:00-10:30قInvited Talk 1
Management System Support for inter-User and inter-Organisation Federations in the Futureق
ققققققققققققققققق Internet
قSpeaker:قBrendan Jennings, Waterford Institute of Technology, Irelandق
10:30-11:00قCoffee Break
11:00-12:30قTechnical Session 1ق
ققققققققققققققققققDesign of Architectural Building Blocks for Managing the Future Internet
قFederation of Future Internet Networks
ققققققققققققققققققق Wei Koong Chai, Alex Galis, Marinos Charalambides and George Pavlou (University College London, UK)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪قA Cooperative Hide and Seek Discovery over In Network Management
ققققققققققققققققققق Lucas Guardalben, Susana Sargento and Paulo Salvador (Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal)
ققققققققققققققققققق Vitor Mirones (Portugal Telecom Inovaई࣠o S/A, Portugal)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪قA Hierarchical Approach to Autonomic Network Management
ققققققققققققققققققققJeroen Famaey and Steven Latrज (Ghent University, Belgium)
ققققققققققققققققققق John Strassner (POSTECH, Korea)
ققققققققققققققققققق Filip De Turck (Ghent University, Belgium)
12:30-13:30قLunch Break
13:30-14:30قInvited Talk 2ق
14:30-15:30قTechnical Session 2ق
Future Internet Virtualization and Testbeds
قDeployment of a Programmable Network for a Nation wide R&D Network
ققققققققققققققققققققYoshihiko Kanaumi, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan, and Theققق
ققققققققققققققققققق University of Tokyo, Japan
ققققققققققققققققققق Shuichi Saito and Eiji Kawai, The University of Tokyo, Japan
قققققققققققققققققق▪ Monitoring Virtual Networks with Lattice
ققققققققققققققققققق Stuart Clayman, Alex Galis and Lefteris Mamatas, University College London, UK
15:30-16:00قCoffee Break
17:20-17:30 Closing Session

Workshop 4:ق3rd IEEE/IFIP International Workshop on Bandwidth on Demand and Federation Economics
ققققققققققققققققققق (BoD 2010)
Friday, April 23, 2010ق 09:00ق~ 17:30

Location: Room 1004, Osaka International Convention Center
Home page:قق

The rapid technological progress in the area of network virtualization, mainly driven by new optical fiber technology and virtual router infrastructures, is generating a new trend for the provisioning of bandwidth on demand. The support of fully decentralized bandwidth allocation and network management schemes shows further advantages in terms of robustness and scalability for large-scale systems.

However, suitable business models for such novel bandwidth services have not yet evolved, despite of simple time-based charging methods for different bandwidth levels. This is especially so in the case of federations among multiple virtual network providers where more than one administrative domain are involved in the provision of a single service. Such federated infrastructures include neighborhood wireless mesh networks and experimental facilities like GENI or PlanetLab, which require different economic models than the ones proposed for ISP interconnection and the Grid to capture the whole complexity of this novel type of multi-tier resource sharing economy.

The third BoD workshop follows the first and second successful workshops which were held in conjunction with IEEE Globecom 2006 and IEEE/IFIP NOMS 2008, as well as a Dagstuhl seminar held in 2009. The workshop seeks original papers, both from industry as well as academia, dealing with the technical, economic, and regulatory dimensions of bandwidth allocation in fixed and wireless networks. The workshop will include presentations and discussions of accepted technical papers, as well as invited talks.

The BoD 2010 workshop includes presentations and discussions of accepted technical papers, as well as invited talks. The preliminary program can be seen below.ق


Chairs: Panayotis Antoniadis (LIP6, France), David Hausheer (UC Berkeley, USA and University of Zurich,ق
ققققققققققققققققققSwitzerland), Kohei Shiomoto (NTT Labs, Japan), Burkhard Stiller (University of Zurich, Switzerland), Jean
ققققققققققققققققققWalrand (UC Berkeley, USA)
قKeynote Speech: Pricing in Telecommunication Networks: Some Issues and Modelsق
ققققققققققققققققققSpeaker:قBruno Tuffin, INRIA, France

10:30-11:00قCoffee Break
قSession 1
ققققققققققققققققققProvisioning of Bandwidth and Networks on Demand
Chair:قKohei Shiomotoق(NTT Labs, Japan)
قققققققققققققققققق ▪قExpansion of Bandwidth-on-Demand Capabilities in Japanese Academic Backbone Network
قققققققققققققققققققققShigeo Urushidani, Michihiro Aoki, Motonori Nakamura, Michihiro Koibuchi, Kensuke Fukuda, Yushengق
قققققققققققققققققققققJi, Shunji Abe, Shigeki Yamada (National Institute of Informatics, Japan)
▪قEnd-to-end QoS Negotiation in Network Federations
Hजlia Pouyllau and Richard Douville (Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, France)
▪قApplication-network Collaborative Bandwidth On-Demand for Uncompressed HDTVق
قققققققققققققققققققققTransmission in IP-optical networks
قققققققققققققققققققققAkeo Masuda, Akinori Isogai, Kohei Shiomoto, Yoshihiro Nakajima, Tetsuo Kawano, Mitsuru Maruyamaق
ققققققققققققققققققققق(NTT Corporation, Japan)
قLunch Break
13:30-14:30 Panelق
ققققققققققققققققققBandwidth-on-Demand: Are Use, Technologies, and Pricing Aligned?
ققققققققققققققققققModerators: Burkhard Stiller,قUniversity of Zurich, Switzerland
ققققققققققققققققق Panelists:
ققققققققققققققققق ▪ Metin Feridun (IBM Research Zurich, Switzerland)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪ Shinya Namamura (NEC, Japan)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪
قAiko Pras (University of Twente, The Netherlands)

قWeiqiang Sun (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪ Bruno Tuffin (INRIA, France)

14:30-15:30قSession 2
ققققققققققققققققققBoD Security and Performance
ققققققققققققققققق Chair:قShigeo Urushidani, National Institute ofقInformatics, Japan
قققققققققققققققققق▪قSecure and Robust Automatic Service Creation in Multicarrier Ethernet Networks
ققققققققققققققققققققPeter Schneider, David Berechya, Ilya Vershkov (Nokia Siemens Networks, Germany)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪ Data Communications over Context-Based WMNs: Delay Performance Evaluation
ققققققققققققققققققققRicardo Matos and Susana Sargento (Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal)
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-17:30 Session 3
ققققققققققققققققق Chair:
قBruno Tuffin, INRIA, France
ققققققققققققققققققBoD Economics and Business Modelsق

قققققققققققققققققققLinking Interdomain Business Models to the Current Internet Topology
ققققققققققققققققققق Vitor Jesus and Rui Aguiar (Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal), Peter Steenkiste (CMU, USA)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪قInvestigating the Economic Feasibility of Bandwidth-on-Demand Services for the European
ققققققققققققققققققققResearch Networks

ققققققققققققققققققققAndreas Hanemann (German Research Network, Germany), David Hausheer (UC Berkeley, USA and
ققققققققققققققققققققUniversity of Zurich, Switzerland), Peter Reichl (Telecommunications Research Center, ftw. Vienna,
ققققققققققققققققققق Austria), Burkhard Stiller (University of Zurich and ETH Zurich, Switzerland), Paul van Daalen (SURFnet,
ققققققققققققققققققق The Netherlands)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪قNetwork on Demand Service with Price-based Resource Control
ققققققققققققققققققق Takashi Miyamura and Kohei Shiomoto (NTT Labs, Japan)

Workshop 5:ق1st IEEE/IFIP International Workshop on Knowledge Management for Future Services andقق
ققققققققققققققققققق Networks (KMFSAN 2010)
Friday, April 23, 2010
ق 09:00ق~ 17:30
Location: Room 1005, Osaka International Convention Center
Home page:ق

Theقfirst IEEE International Workshop on Knowledge Management for Future Networks and Services (KMFSAN 2010) will be held in conjunction with the NOMS 2010 conference on April 23 in Osaka, Japan. The workshop is sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society, Technical Committee on Network Operations and Management (CNOM), the POSTECH WCU, and the Autonomic Communications Forum (all pending).

Multi-national efforts exist that are focused on ushering in the emergence of a new economy in which brainpower, not machine power, is the critical resource. The move from an industrially-based economy to a knowledge- or information-based one demands the formalization of Knowledge Management (KM) systems in order to ensure that the organization can learn and modify knowledge dynamically as well as to secure a competitive edge in the market. قOrganizations as well as devices, networks, and systems need to assimilate diverse sources of data from heterogeneous sources. In both cases, information can exist at different levels of abstraction. Fusion of such knowledge is complicated by varying data formats and data generation techniques; the use of different concepts and terminologies exacerbates this problem.

It is becoming increasingly important that businesses be able to directly control the sets of services and resources that they offer. Such business-driven resources and services are complicated by the inability to translate the semantics of different terms between these two constituencies. This workshop will address these and other issues. Special attention will be given to cross-disciplinary approaches to improve search, discovery, management, security, and storage of knowledge, as well as transforming data into knowledge and correlating different types of knowledge to gain a better understanding of the context at hand.


08:00-09:00ق Registration and Networking
09:00-10:30ققSession 1
قققققققققققققققققققSocial Networks and Competitive Organizational Impacts
قققققققققققققققققققChair: Joseph Betser, The Aerospace Corporation, USA
09:00-10:00ققKeynote Address: قSocial Networks, the Essence of Innovation and Organizational Intelligence,
قققققققققققققققققققSpecker: JayقLiebowitz, Orkand Endowed Chair in Management and Technology, University of Maryland
قققققققققققققققققققUniversityقCollege, USAق
10:00-10:30ققGender Differences in Knowledge Management and Learning within Competitive Organizations,
قققققققققققققققققققMark Chun, Pepperdine University, USA
10:30-11:00ق Coffee Break
11:00-12:30ققSession 2
قققققققققققققققققققAdvanced Knowledge Management Technologies and the Emerging Enterprise
قققققققققققققققققققChair: Roberta Ewart, Chief Scientist, Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), United States Airق
ققققققققققققققققققققققققققققققForce, USA
قCommunities of Practice Deployment, Challenges and Virtual Organizational Growth
Joseph Betser (The Aerospace Corporation, USA)
ققققققققققققققققققق▪ Information Security Management Based on Grammar Threshold Schemes, Marek Ogiela andق
قققققققققققققققققققق UrszulaقOgiela (AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland)
ققققققققققققققققققق▪ Social Network Technologies within the Enterprise
قققققققققققققققققققققStewart Sutton (The Aerospace Corporation, USA)
12:30-13:30ق Lunch Break
13:30-15:30ق Session 3قق
قققققققققققققققققققKnowledge Engineering and Technology Solutions for Learning Environments
قققققققققققققققققققChair:قAlva Couch, Tufts University, USAق
ققققققققققققققققققق▪قKnowledge Engineering Needs for Future Networks and Servicesق(PDF)
قققققققققققققققققققققJohn Strassnerق(POSTECH,قKorea)ق
ققققققققققققققققققق▪قKnowledge Management Strategy, Tools, and Technologies for Enabling Engineering
قققققققققققققققققققققDevelopment Planning
ققRoberta M. Ewart (US Air Force, USA)
قققققققققققققققققققق Joseph Betser, Stewart A. Sutton (TheقAerospace Corporation, USA)
ققققققققققققققققققق▪قSPQR: SPARQL Processor and Query Rewriter for Accessing Multiple Heterogeneous Networkق
قققققققققققققققققققققMeasurement Repositories
ققAlfredo Salvador, Jorge E. Lঀpez de Vergara, ތlvaro Katsu, and Javier Aracil (Universidad Autঀnoma de
قققققققققققققققققققق Madrid, Spain)
قققققققققققققققققق ▪قKnowledge Management: Integrating Social Networking Technologies and A Generative
قققققققققققققققققققققLearning Environment
قMark Chun (Pepperdine University, USA), Priscilla Arling (Butler University,قUSA)ق
قققققققققققققققققققق Bob McQuaid (Pepperdine University, USA)
قCoffee Break
16:00-17:30قSession 4
ققققققققققققققققققEnabling Semantics and Human Interface Approaches
ققققققققققققققققققChair: John Strassner, POSTECH, Korea
قDistributed Discovery of Semantic Relationships
ققJuan Li (North Dakota State University, USA)
ققققققققققققققققققققHuiقWang (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA)
قققققققققققققققققق▪قUsing Semantics to Learn About Routing Data for Improved Network Management in the Futureق
ققJohn Strassner, Sung-Su Kim, and James Won-Ki Hong (POSTECH, Korea)
قققققققققققققققققق▪قHuman-Understandable Inference of Causal Relationshipsق(PDF)
Alva Couch (Tufts University, USA), Mark Burgess (Oslo University College, Norway)
17:30قConclusions and Adjourn

Workshop 6:ق1st IEEE/IFIP International Workshop on the Management of the Smart Grid (SmartGridMan
ققققققققققققققققققق 2010)
Friday, April 23, 2010
قق09:00ق~ 17:30
Location: Room 1006, Osaka International Convention Center
Home page:ق

Raouf Boutaba, University of Waterloo, Canada
قJuergen Schoenwaelder, Jacobs University, Germany
قFilip De Turck,قGhent University-IBBT, Belgium

Currently, there is a global consensus to increase energy efficiency, stimulate usage of renewable energy sources, and reduce CO2 emissions.
The Smart Grid consists in overlaying the power delivery system with an ICT layer that allows a utility provider and its consumers to constantly monitor and adjust electricity use. Efficient management of such Smart Grids is considered an important research topic for the next years in both academia and industry.
In the first edition of this workshop, we target the definition of the required underlying ICT architectures, monitoring and management technologies for smart energy grids and identifying the important topics and approaches for further research in this area. In addition, results from socio-technical studies will be presented to provide insight in the user interactions and behavioral response to the envisaged systems, together with business modeling studies to propose the market models enabled/driven by smart energy ICT.


09:00-09:10قWelcome Address
ققققققققققققققققققSmart Grid definition and overview of ongoing projectsق(PDF)
ققققققققققققققققققPresenter:قWouter Haerick, Chris Develder, Ghent University-IBBT, Belgium
قInvited Talk 1ق
ققققققققققققققققققSmart Grid Solutions, Services, and Business Models Focused on Telcoق(PDF)
ققققققق Speaker:قYoung-Woo Lee, KT, Korea
قCoffee Break
قTechnical Session 1
ققققققققققققققققق Techniques for Efficient Management of Smart Grids
ققققققققققققققققق Chair:قBrendan Jennings,
TSSG, Ireland

قققققققققققققققققق ▪ Optimizing Smart Energy Control Strategies for Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle Charging

ققققققققققققققققققققق Kevin Mets, Tom Verschueren, Wouter Haerick, Chris Develder and Filip De Turck (Ghent University,
ققققققققققققققققققققق Belgium)
قققققققققققققققققق ▪ Demand-Side Management for the Smart Grid
قققققققققققققققققققق Fabrice Saffre (Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research,ق
Abu Dhabi, UAE)
قققققققققققققققققققق Richard Gedge (BT Innovate and Design,قUK)
قققققققققققققققققققBlind Processing: Securing Data Against System Administrators
قققققققققققققققققققققMehmet Hadi G৚neම and Cans௬n Y. Evrenosoସlu (University of Nevada, USA)
قLunch Break
قInvited Talk 2
ققققققققققققققققققVision on Status and Challenges of Smart Grid Managementق(PDF)
ققققققققققققققققققSpeaker:قMasanobu Arai, NEC, Japan
قTechnical Session 2
ققققققققققققققققق Smart Grid Management Architectures
ققققققققققققققققق Chair:قSteven Latre
, Ghent University, Belgium
قققققققققققققققققققFuture Electricity Market Interorability of a Multi-agent Model of the Smart Grid
ققققققققققققققققققققRui Duan and Geert Deconinck (
K.U. Leuven, Belgium)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪قArchitectures for smart end-user services in the power Grid
ققققققققققققققققققق Tom Verschueren, Wouter Haerick, Chris Develder and Filip De Turck (Ghent University-IBBT,
ققققققققققققققققققق Belgium)
ققققققققققققققققققق Thierry Pollet (Alcatel-Lucent Research, Belgium)
15:30-16:00قCoffee Break
ققققققققققققققققققSmart Grid management research: challenges and opportunities
ققققققققققققققققق Moderator: Raouf Boutaba
, University of Waterloo, Canada
ققققققققققققققققق Panelists:
ققققققققققققققققققققققققققققققق ق▪ Dr. Fabrice Saffre (Khalifa University of Science, Abu Dhabi, UAE)ق
ققققققققققققققققققققققققققققققققق▪ Dr. Wouter Haerick (Ghent University-IBBT, Belgium)ق
قققققققققققققققققققققققققققققق قق▪ Dr. Masanobou Arai
ق(NEC, Japan)
17:00 Closing

Workshop 7: 1st IEEE/IFIP International Workshop on Cloud Management (CloudMan 2010)ققق
Friday, April 23, 2010
ق 09:00ق~ 17:30
Location: Room 1007, Osaka International Convention Center
Home page:ق

Cloud computing and virtual networking are currently hot topics and have been generating substantial interest in the community and it is anticipated that this interest will expand. It is also important to the management community as it is challenging traditional management methods by its sheer size and high level of automation. Clouds must provide appropriate levels of performance to large groups of diverse users, and those clouds are accessed through virtualized wide area networks. Management systems are essential for that and thereby for the future success of the cloud paradigm. New systems, methods, and approaches for cloud and virtualization management from an IT as well as a networking perspective are to be discussed at this workshop.


09:00-09:10قWelcome Address
قTechnical Session 1
ققققققققققققققققق Cloud Environments
ققققققققققققققققق Chairs:قBruno Schulze, LNCC, Brazil
ققققققققققققققققققققققققققققققMarkus Brunner, NEC Europe, Germany
ققققققققققققققققق ▪ Elastic Service Definition in Computational Clouds
ققققققققققققققققققققClovis Chapman and Wolfgang Emmerich (University College London, UK)
ققققققققققققققققققق Fermॄn Gal࣌n M࣌rquez (Telefঀnica I+D, Spain)
ققققققققققققققققققق Stuart Clayman and Alex Galis (University College London, UK)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪ Toward a Cloud Operating System
ققققققققققققققققققققFabio Pianese, Peter Bosch, Alessandro Duminuco, Nico Janssens, Thanos Stathopoulos and Moritz
ققققققققققققققققققققSteiner (Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪ Enabling Execution of Service Workflows in Grid/Cloud Hybrid Systems
ققققققققققققققققققققLuiz F. Bittencourt, Carlos R. Senna and Edmundo R. M. Madeira (University of Campinas, Brazil)
قCoffee Break
قTechnical Session 2
ققققققققققققققققق Monitoring
ققققققققققققققققققChair:قOmar Cherkaoui, UQAM, Canada
Towards Holistic Multi-Tenant Monitoring for Virtual Data Centers
قققققققققققققققققققق Peer Hasselmeyer and Nico dݸHeureuse (NEC Laboratories Europe, Germany)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪ An Internet Traffic Analysis Method with MapReduce
ققققققققققققققققققققYoungseok Lee, Wonchul Kang and Hyeongu Son (Chungnam National University, Korea)
ققققققققققققققققق ▪ Ranking and Mapping of Applications to Cloud Computing Services by SVD
ققققققققققققققققققققHoi Chan and Trieu Chieu (IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, USA)
قLunch Break
ققققققققققققققققققIs the Cloud Manageable?
ققققققققققققققققققModerator:قMarkus Brunner, NEC Europe, Germany
قققققققققققققققققققققققققققققققق▪ Peer Hasselmeyer, NEC Europe, Germany
ققققققققققققققققققققققق ▪
قOmar Cherkaoui, UQAM, Canada
ققققققققققققققققققققققققققققققق ▪ Bruno Schulze, LNCC, Brazil
قClosing Session