Presentations


  1. RINA: A future-proof approach towards re-architecting the infocomms protocol stack supporting Cloud, IoT and beyond 5G requirements. EUCNC 2016 Tutorial, by Miquel Tarzan, Leonardo Bergesio, Dimitri Staessens, Peyman Teymoori, Vladimir Vessely and Vincenzo Maffione
  2. What about the network? How to manage multi-layer networks, IEEE SDN Workshop, June 2016, Sven van der Meer
  3. Simplifying multi-layer network management with RINA – TNC2016, June 2016 by Eduard Grasa
  4. Congestion control in the Recursive InterNetwork Architecture, IEEE ICC, May 2016 by Stein Gjessing
  5. A Software Development Kit to exploit RINA programmability, IEEE ICC, May 2016 by Eduard Grasa
  6. From protecting protocols to layers – designing, implementing and experimenting with security policies in RINA – IEEE ICC, May 2016 by Eduard Grasa
  7. Congestion control in Recursive Network Architectures – IETF 95, IRTF ICCRG, April 2016, by David Hayes
  8. RINA – latest advances from the PRISTINE project – GLIF technical meeting, September 2015 by Leonardo Bergesio
  9. RINA as a clean slate approach to software networks – 5G Expert group and Vision group workshop, June 2015 by Diego Lopez
  10. RINA tutorial to the EC – June 2015 by Eduard Grasa
  11. Connected communities need strong foundations – TNC 2015 opening plenary, June 2015 by John Day
  12. When RINA meets NFV – TNC 2015, June 2015 by Diego Lopez
  13. PRISTINE: Programmability in RINA for Supreme Virtualized Networks – TNC 2015, June 2015 by Miguel Ponce de Leon
  14. IRINA: RINA for NRENs – TNC 2015, June 2015 by Dimitri Staessens
  15. IRATI: an open source RINA implementation for the Linux O/S – TNC 2015, June 2015 by Eduard Grasa
  16. PRISTINE, Perfect pitch pannel – Net Futures 2015, March 2015 by Miguel Ponce de Leon
  17. Exploring programmability in RINA – EU Taiwan workshop 2014 by Tinku Rasheed
  18. PRISTINE Overview – Net Tech Future coordination meeting 2014 by Stein Gjessing
  19. RINA: Virtual networks as a natural consequence of a complete network architecture – FIA 2014 by Dimitri Staessens
  20. PRISTINE – A different approach to SDN. SDN Concertation Workshop, Brussels, January 2013 by Joan Antoni GarcĂ­a