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Captura de pantalla 2014-12-01 a las 15.28.46The RINA Workshop is an annually organised event, allowing researchers interested in the Recursive InterNetwork Architecture to present their work  and discuss advances relating to their research. This year, the workshop is co-organised by the GN3+ Open Call project IRINA and the FP7 ICT project PRISTINE.

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Workshop Agenda

Time

Description Speaker(s)

08:45-09:00

Welcome Dimitri Staessens

09:00-10:30

An introduction to the Recursive InterNetwork Architecture (part 1 and part 2) John Day

10:30-10:45

Coffee Break

10:45-11:15

The IRATI project: objectives and outcomes Eduard Grasa

11:15-11:45

The Open Source IRATI Prototype: design; implementation and future plans Francesco Salvestrini

11:45-12:10

TRIA RINA implementations Steve Bunch

12:10-12:30

RINA deployments in iLab.t; OFELIA and GENI Dimitri Staessens and John Day

12:30-14:00

Lunch

13:30-14:00

Lab session preparation

14:00-15:45

Hands-on with RINA: Lab Sessions Github IRATI team

15:45-16:00

Coffee Break

16:00-16:15

PRISTINE 2014 Highlights Miguel Ponce de Leon

16:15-16:45

The RINA Simulator Vladimir Vesely

16:45-17:15

Resource allocation in RINA based on delta-Q Neil Davies

17:15-17:30

RINAiSense: RINA for embedded devices and sensor networks Dimitri Staessens

17:30-18:00

Update on the Pouzin Society John Day and Lou Chitkushev

18:00-18:15

Closing remarks Dimitri Staessens

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After two successful events in Barcelona (2013) and Dublin (2014), we are delighted to invite you to the third international RINA workshop in the vibrant city of Ghent, Belgium!

The organizing committee:

  • Dimitri Staessens (Ghent University- iMinds, BE)
  • Eduard Grasa (Fundació i2CAT, ES)
  • Miguel Ponce de Leon (WIT-TSSG, IE)
  • Francesco Salvestrini (Nextworks, IT)
  • John Day (Boston University, MA, USA)

 

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