Fourth FIND PI meeting
November 27-28, 2007
Washington, DC
Summary Agenda


The Fourth PI meeting will be at the Westin Embassy Row Hotel, Washington DC. Please go to the FIND meeting registration site (URL: for all the details. You should register for the meeting and reserve your hotel rooms there.

Day 1, Tuesday, November 27
9:00-9:15      Introduction, review of objectives and agenda
9:15-9:45      Edward Lee, EE Berkeley: “Distributed Real-Time Systems: Challenges and Opportunities
9:45-10:15    Mike Afergan, CTO Akamai Technology: “Challenges and Questions for Internet Content Delivery”
10:15-10:45  Break
10:45-11:15  Art Botterell, consultant: “Tools of Resilience: Requirements for Emergency Networks”  (Slides)
11:15-11:45  Brian Steckler, NPS: “Hastily Formed Networks for Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief: An Interoperability Challenge”  (Slides)
11:45-12:00  Review of objectives for breakout session
12:00-1:30    Lunch
1:30-3:30      Breakout Sessions  (Click here for detailed format of breakout sessions)

3:30-4:00      Break
4:00-4:30      Ellen Zegura, Georgia Tech,  Chair of the GENI Science Council: “ Status and opportunities in the GENI research plan”
4:30-4:40      The new NSF NeTS solicitation, and how it relates to FIND
4:40-5:00      Discussion of the spring FIND meeting—format and topics
5:00-7:00      Extended reception and poster session

Day 2, Wednesday, November 28
9:00-9:30      Pablo Rodriguez, Telefonica Research, “P2P: an ISP’s Perspective
9:30-12:00    Breakout Sessions (Click here for detailed format of breakout sessions)
12:00-1:00    Working Lunch
1:00-2:00      Breakout Sessions continued.
2:00-3:00      Plenary Report on breakouts
3:00              Adjourn