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Third FIND PI meeting

June 27-28, 2007

Arlington, VA

Summary Agenda

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Day 1, Wednesday, June 27
9:00-9:15      Introduction, review of agenda
9:15-10:45    Security 1: Protecting the infrastructure--panel on routing
10:45-11:00  Break
11:00-12:00  Security 2: New ideas for the source address
12:00-1:00    Lunch
1:00-3:00      Economics--talks and panel
3:00-3:30      Break
3:30-5:00      Security 3: The homework assignments
5:00-5:20      Report on Rutgers meeting
5:30-6:30      Reception
6:30              Dinner--Introduction of new people

Thursday, June 28
9:00-10:30    Virtualization revisited
10:30-11:00  Break
11:00-12:30  Security 4: Protecting the end-node
12:30-1:30    Lunch
1:30-2:30      Breakouts--thinking about architecture (details to follow)
2:30-3:00      Report on breakouts
3:00              Adjourn




Protecting the infrastructure ­ panel on routing
Session description
The goal of this session is to explore security in a next-generation Internet architecture, in
the context of secure routing. The session will consider the threats on the routing system
and consider several architectural proposals as alternatives to today's architecture. The
hope is to encourage discussion of the role the routing system should play in ensuring the
future Internet is secure.
Agenda
Jennifer Rexford 5 min Introduction and open questions  [slides]
Morley Mao 15 min Threats & lessons learned from today's control/management planes [slides]
Jennifer Rexford 10 min Multipath routing and secure availability monitoring [slides]
Xiaowei Yang 15 min Source routing  [slides]
All 45 min Discussion/Q&A

Security 2: New ideas for the source address (Identity)
Agenda
Stefan Savage: Architectural issues for network-layer identifiers [slides]
Dan Boneh:  Revisiting the cryptographic toolbox  [slides]
Martin Casado:  Local identifiers for access control  [slides]
Stefan Savage:  Global identifiers for forensics  [slides]


Economics and its applicability to FIND research

Session description
The goal of this session is to explore how the computer science research community
might better make use of and engage economics research (and perhaps other
multidisciplinary research) in designing the NextGen Internet. The hope is to discern
opportunities for expanded communication and multidisciplinary research sharing that
will enhance FIND research goals.
Agenda
William Lehr 15 The importance of economics in networking  [slides]
John Musacchio 15 Market enabling architectures  [slides]
Xiaowei Yang 15 End-User choice in routing  [slides]
Aparna Gupta 15 From packet switching to contract switching  [slides]
Andrew Odylzsko 30 Economic models of network architecture  [slides]
Group Discussion 30 Group discussion

Security 3: The Homework Assignments
Vern Paxson [slides]


Report on Rutgers Meeting (Wireless/DTN)
Sanjoy Paul  [slides]


Virtualization Revisited
10 Introduction/Overview [slides]
  Part 1: FIND Project Updates

  15 Diversified Internet Architecture (Jon Turner / WashU)  [slides]
  15 Composing Virtual Networks: Splicing and Nesting (Nick Feamster)  [slides]
  10 Outreach Activities (Jennifer Rexford)  [slides]
 Part 2 (Panel): Reactions, and Experience from Industry
  15 Vijay Gill (Google)  [slides]
  15 Kobus van der Merwe (AT&T)  [slides]


Protecting the end-node ­ panel
Vern Paxson [slides]
Paul Syverson [slides]
Nicholas Weaver [slides]
Xiaowei Yang [slides]
Stefan Savage [slides]
Angelos Keromytis [slides]


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