GC10 Business & Tech Forums Dec. 7 (Tuesday) Emerging Wireless Networks and Services (Forum Chair: Dr. Dilip Krishnaswamy, Qualcomm, USA) ABSTRACT These are exciting times in the evolution of wireless networks and services. Wireless Wide Area Networking Standards have matured with standards such as UMTS, HSPA, CDMA2000, LTE, and WiMAX all maturing. LTE-Release10 requirements are being designed to meet IMT-Advanced requirements to meet the wireless capacity needed for emerging wireless data services. Whitespace networking can provide additional capacity over unlicensed spectrum based on a recent FCC ruling over TV-whitespaces. As these technologies mature, they are enabling a wide range of new services to be explored and delivered providing user experience at a level that has not been experienced before. Wireless Cloud Computing can enable distributed services and computing over the heterogeneously networked wireless cloud. Opportunistic data services can be delivered to users based on pricing, and location and time, and across networks. Machine2Machine-based technologies are being developed to address green energy in the power-grid, wireless health care, home automation and monitoring, telematics, and industrial applications. Various Peer2Peer applications for dynamic interactivity between users are growing in demand. This session will address the exciting new technology wave that is underway with regard to wireless services that can be provided with the availability of these emerging wireless access technologies. It will address the technology constraints, scaling constraints, network economic constraints, while putting these available new wireless services in perspective with respect to the available wireless technologies. Dilip Krishnaswamy Senior Staff Researcher, Qualcomm, USA Bio: Dilip Krishnaswamy (http://sites.google.com/site/dilip1) is a Senior Staff Researcher in the Office of the Chief Scientist at the Qualcomm Research Center in San Diego. He received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering in 1997 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He received the best paper award for the 1997 IEEE VLSI Test Symposium. He was a Platform Architect in the Mobility Group at Intel Corporation. At Intel, he worked on various projects including the Pentium4 processor development, system-on-chip mobile platform architectures, and cross-layer wireless multimedia optimizations in the digital home. He was the architect for Intel’s first system-on-chip Cellular processor (PXA800F). He taught courses related to parallel computer architecture, and digital systems design, at the University of California, Davis. He is on the Industrial Board of Advisors for the ECE department at UC Davis. He is the vice-chair of the IEEE Communications Society emerging technical subcommittee on Applications of Nanotechnologies in Communications. He is also the associate editor-inchief of the IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine. His research interests include heterogeneous wireless communications, distributed cooperative processing, parallel processing, nano-interconnects, and distributed/non-linear optimization. Pari Bajpay Vice President, AT&T, USA Bio: Pari Bajpay has been with AT&T for twenty-seven years. He started his career at Bell Laboratories after completing his M.S. in Computer Science from NYU Polytechnic, N.Y. He currently leads technical planning, engineering and development for Service Assurance systems. Pari has made a large number of contributions in the OSS automation area. He championed “Zero-Touch” automation for Service Assurance that has been instrumental in significantly improving Mean-Time-To-Restore metric. His team is currently engaged in evolving the Service Assurance paradigm from reactive and proactive to industry leading predictive/adaptive technologies. Prior to his work in Service Assurance, Pari launched the E-Servicing program for Business Customers, that has been hugely successful in providing customer self servicing functionality across Sales, Ordering, Maintenance, Billing and Reporting, and has been the recipient of several best-in-class industry awards. Prior to joining the OSS area, Pari did extensive work in Network Management. During Pari’s career at AT&T, he has received numerous awards and recognitions. He was the recipient of AT&T’s prestigious Science and Technology Medal in 2004, and Asian American Engineer of the Year award in 2005. His projects have received AT&T’s Software Excellence Award five times for exceptional software quality and development process, and most recently, the prestigious CIO 100 Award in 2009. Mallik Tatipamula Head, Packet Technologies Research, Ericsson, USA Bio: Mallik Tatipamula is Head of Packet Technologies Research at Ericsson. He closely works with top 20 NGN operators and universities around the world. Before joining Ericsson, he was with Juniper Networks for over 4 years as Vice President for Service Provider Advanced Technologies, Strategy, Architecture and Standards. Prior to Juniper, he was with Cisco systems for over 8 years, led and made active contributions to Cisco IPNGN strategy. Before joining Cisco, Mallik worked for Motorola as a principal engineer in Cellular Infrastructure Group, responsible for defining system architecture for advanced wireless and satellite systems. From 1993 to 1997, he was a senior member of scientific staff at BNR (now Nortel), Ottawa, responsible for development of Nortel’s optical (OC12/OC48) products and also involved in Nortel CDMA Base Station Development. From 1990 to 1992, Mallik was with Indian Telephone Industries as an Assistant Executive Engineer in Optical Transmission R&D Laboratories and Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai, as a Senior Project Officer in Fiber Optics Labs, responsible for development of optical data links. Mallik has Ph.d in Information and communication engineering from The Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, Masters in Communication Systems and High Freq. Technologies from IIT Madras, and Bachelors in Electronics and Communications Engg., from NIT Warangal. He has authored/coauthored number of publications including technical articles, reports, papers in conference proceedings. Mallik is a lead editor for “Multimedia Communication Networks: Technologies and services”, by Artech House Publishers, Boston and London. He is a senior member of IEEE and his biography appeared in Marquis “who is who in the world, who is who in America, and Who is who Science and Engineering”. He also serves on advisory boards of start-up focused on wireless handsets/applications. Mallik is a keynote/invited speaker at various industry leading conferences and also delivered distinguished lectures at leading universities around the world. Nakul Duggal Vice President, Qualcomm, USA Bio: Nakul Duggal serves as Vice President for Qualcomm’s Engineering Services Group (ESG) where he leads the OMH™ initiative for Qualcomm. In addition to providing leadership on strategy and services for the group, he directs a cross-functional team with responsibilities ranging from program management, product management, engineering, and business development teams worldwide. Duggal joined Qualcomm in 1995 as an engineer focused on the company’s commercial base station and infrastructure business. Subsequent successes in both engineering and project lead roles elevated Duggal to various management positions within Qualcomm’s ESG, where he continues to focus on the development and commercialization of CDMA and UMTS technologies. Prior to joining Qualcomm, Duggal was a product engineer at Tata Telecom in India, where he was responsible for product management and systems engineering for the company’s wire-line switching systems. Duggal holds a master’s degree in business administration from the University of California, Los Angeles Anderson School of Management. Boyd Bangerter Director, Wireless Communications Lab, Intel, USA Bio: Boyd Bangerter directs the Wireless Communications Lab (WCL) within Intel Labs. Mr. Bangerter joined Intel in 1993 and has been with Intel Labs (formerly Intel’s Corporate Technology Group) for the past ten years. Prior to joining Intel Labs, Mr. Bangerter worked in a variety of program management and technical marketing management positions, where he focused on developing Intel’s broadband communications programs. Since joining Intel Labs, Mr. Bangerter has worked extensively on wireless programs, driving the establishment of Intel’s research and standards programs for next-generation WLAN and WWAN. Under his leadership, WCL is currently performing research to define air interfaces for emerging wireless networks and to improve application performance over wireless networks. Mr. Bangerter holds an MBA from Brigham Young University and received his BSEE with honors from the California Institute of Technology. Cloud Computing and Service Oriented Architecture: A Business Perspective (Forum Chair: Prof. Anup Kumar, University of Louisville, USA) ABSTRACT Cloud is emerging as a phenomenon and it is happening at the confluence of several trends in the software industry. Service oriented architectures; virtualization and internet based application delivery have all matured over past several years. Cloud is a major next step in this area. Cloud computing allows various tasks to be executed over a network using various services. Different types of services including infrastructure as a service, platform as a service, software as service have been proposed for cloud computing. Some of the benefits of cloud computing include reduced cost, scalability, better performance, service orientation and availability of agile application development platform. There are many types of cloud computing services available from various vendors. Computational cloud services provide on demand commuting resources that are scalable, inexpensive and can run any type of application. Storage cloud services allow clients to store their large datasets on provider’s storage banks. Application cloud allows access to many services that a developer can integrate to build their application. The goal of the forum is to provide detailed understanding of cloud computing framework and its relation to service oriented architecture. This will include discussion on core concepts of virtualization, types of cloud computing services, and some of the commercial cloud services available from various vendors. The session will include detailed discussion on business perspective of cloud computing. It will highlight the strengths and limitations of cloud computing for businesses and latest projects at leading companies. Prof. Anup Kumar Professor, University of Louisville, USA Bio: Anup Kumar ([email protected]) completed his Ph.D. from NCSU and is currently a Professor of CECS Department at the University of Louisville. He is also the Director of Mobile Information Network and Distributed Systems (MINDS) Lab. His research interests include web services, wireless networks, distributed system modelling, and simulation. He is an Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Services Computing. He is also the Associate Editor of Internal Journal of Web Services Research and International Society of Computers and Their Application Journal. He is a member of IEEE Distinguished Visitor Program (2006-2008). He has served on the organizing committees of many international conferences including MASS-2098, SCC-2009, ICWS-2009, IEEE ISCC 2007, 2008, IEEE ICSW-2006, IEEE MASS-2005, 2007, 2008, IEEE SCC-2005, IEEE ICWS-2005, CIT-2005, IEEE MASCOTS, ADCOM 97 and 98.. He was the Chair of IEEE Computer Society Technical committee on Simulation (TCSIM) (2004-2007). He has published and presented over 175 papers. Some of his papers have appeared in ACM Multimedia Systems Journal, several IEEE Transactions, Wireless Communication and Mobile Computing, Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications etc. He was the Associate Editor of International Journal of Engineering Design and Automation 1995-1998. He has also edited special issues in IEEE Internet Magazine, and International Journal on Computers and Operations Research. He is a Senior Member of IEEE. Dr. Liang-Jie Zhang Research Staff Member, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA Liang-Jie is a Research Staff Member and the founding chair of the Services Computing PIC (Professional Interest Community) at IBM T. J. Watson Research Center. Currently, He is also the Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Transactions on Services Computing, Editor-inChief of the International Journal of Web Services Research (JWSR), the first academic journal focusing on Web services. He is part of the Services Research organization with a focus on Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Services. In the last 20 years, as the lead researcher and pioneer of SOA, Web services, e-commerce solutions and consumer information technology, he has initialized and led cutting edge projects in the field of SOA, Web Services, Business Process Integration, Extended Businesses Collaboration, Business Grid Solutions, Web Services Hub Framework, E-Commerce Solutions for Interactive Digital TV and Streaming Media, Internet Communications, Computational Intelligence, ATM Network Control, and Intelligent Information Appliances and Signal Processing. He has more than 40 patents and more than 125 published papers and books. He is the Founding Chair of the IEEE Computer Society's Technical Steering Committee for Services Computing (TSC-SC). He has served as Vice Chair of Communications for IEEE Computer Society's Task Force on E-Commerce. He was the General Chair of the 2004 IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2004) and General Cochair of the 2004 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (SCC 2004) and the 2004 IEEE Conference on E-Commerce Technology (CEC 2004). Alok Srivastava Solution Architect, Microsoft, USA Alok is passionate about software architectures, large scale systems and distributed computing. He has worked in software industry for upwards of 17 years during which he has filed for a dozen patents, published several papers and presented his ideas at several conferences. Alok has worked on large scale projects such as replication system monitoring and management, database extensibility, multimedia and content management in RDBMS, Web services, Portal technologies and content distribution networks. Alok has worked as an advisor with a large number of customers of all sizes. He has worked with the largest automotive company with their partner network at the same time helped a startup established development team, process and helped them get funding. As a solution architect for Microsoft, Alok brings in his years of experience and passion for software systems to all his engagements and strives to achieve the best results in all his projects. Alok holds a bachelors degree in Electrical and Electronics from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (India) and has Master’s degree in Computer Engineering and Computer Science from University of Louisville with major in distributed computing. Rod Coombs Chief Architect API Healthcare Mr. Coombs career, spanning more than 30 years of change in technology, has been largely devoted to successful technology innovation. In various positions with EDS, Cincom Systems and DSI, he has been responsible for the development, architecture and advancement of database technologies (Total, TIS, Ultra, Supra), 4GL (Mantis), system generation toolsets (ApGen) and 2 and 3-D CAD systems (XCAD). His embedded database engines were used by virtually all hardware vendors in the 70s and early 80s including CDC, Honeywell, NCR , Harris, Prime, Varian, Data Genera, ICL and Wang to name a few. With Distributed Solutions international in the early 90s, his systems generation tools were used to create templates for technology infrastructure for emerging third-world nations on behalf of the United Nations (UNWRA), specifically Palestine. In 1994, he was attracted to Penn State University, Hershey Medical Center to provide technology direction for Clinical information Systems planning. While at PSU he served as Technology Adviser to the 19 early adopters of Cerner’s Millenium Architecture, a role which afforded a unique opportunity to participate in planning from both sides of the problem. In early 1998, Rod assumed the role of VP Product Engineering for ADAC Laboratories. This led to the introduction of the industries first RIS Centric PACS solution. With the acquisition of portions of ADAC in 2000, Rod joined Cerner, focusing upon technology architecture for distributed enterprise wide healthcare solutions in global settings. IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 History Forum Mobile Telephony and Its Economic and Social Impacts (Forum Chairs: Dr. Jacob Baal-Schem and Prof. Jean-Marie Dilhac) ABSTRACT Since the introduction of mobile telephony in the early 1950s, the demand for this service exploded. The advent of the GSM network in Europe provided the first wide-area coverage for mobile access to data and multimedia. Military and Corporate users were first to use these devices as it provided fast and secure access to the latest information. It seems that the latent demand for mobile telecommunications services continued to be very strong. By the year 2000 the penetration rate reached 100% of the population in some European countries. Still, a massive growth in the market for mobile multimedia occurred in 2001. During the years, synergies between entertainment, computing and telecommunications led to new applications. In 2002, mobile subscribers worldwide have outnumbered fixed-line subscribers. Japan's position as a world leader in mobile communications is widely acknowledged. Japan’s mobile service began, like many other countries, with car phones, which were introduced by NTT in 1979. Nowadays, a wide variety of applications and contents are provided in the mobile communications market in Japan. The Forum provides a Historical overview of the development of mobile telecommunications from its birth, with a special view on its economic and social impacts. Presentations will cover developments and services in the U.S., France and Japan, from the emergence of mobile telephony until today. Sub-Topics: (1) The Mobile Phone Revolution– an overview (2) History of GSM (3) Development of mobile communication systems in Japan and its impact on the market (4) Mobile Communications: From Vehicular to Cellular Dr. George F. McClure (IEEE Life Fellow) Past President, IEEE Vehicular Technology Society Martin Marietta Corporation, USA Bio: A Life Fellow of ieee, George McClure is a past president of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society (VTS). He received three Outstanding Service awards from VTS. For 35 years he served as an elected member of the VTS Board of Governors. George has also served as chairman for two Vehicular Technology international conferences, both held in Orlando. He also chaired AUTOTESTCON 1981, held in Orlando. In 1999 he received the IEEE-USA Award for Distinguished Contributions to Engineering Professionalism, its highest award. He has also received two IEEE-USA awards for outstanding service as a regional chair for professional activities. He has served as chair for the IEEE-USA Pensions Committee, the Engineering Employment Benefits Committee, the Careers and Workforce Policy Committee, and the Communications Committee. He continues his second decade as Technology Policy Editor for Today’s Engineer on the Web, a webzine for IEEE-USA. He was elected an IEEE Fellow for contributions to spectrum efficiency for cellular communications. George retired from Lockheed Martin Corporation after more than 30 years in communications-electronics, engineering both tactical military communications systems and the later civilian cellular applications coordinated with the Bell Labs’ Advanced Mobile Phone System (AMPS). He was awarded two patents dealing with cellular communications techniques. He was co-editor of “Land-Mobile Communications Engineering,” sponsored by VTS and published by IEEE Press. A past editor of the “IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology”, he is a frequent contributor on career and technology policy topics to “Today’s Engineer” on the Web, at www.todaysengineer.org and a member of the Committee on Transportation and Aerospace Policy for IEEE-USA. He is currently chair of the IEEE Life Member Committee. Prof. Jean-Marie Dilhac Professor, University of Toulouse, France Bio: Jean-Marie Dilhac is professor at Institut National des Sciences Appliquées of Toulouse (France) where he is teaching electronics, telecommunications, and history of telecommunications. He is also active as a senior scientist at Laboratoire d’Analyse et d’Architecture des Systèmes (LAAS-CNRS) in the area of energy management for powering Wireless Sensor Networks for aeronautical applications. In addition to his publications in his major research fields, he authored several papers about such telecommunications pioneers as Claude Chappe, Edouard Branly and Edouard Estaunié. Dr. Atsushi Murase Managing Director, Research Laboratories, NTT DoCoMo Inc., Japan Bio: Atsushi Murase received the Electronics and Communications Engineering bachelor degree from Waseda University, Tokyo in March 1981 and joined NTT directly. He received the Ph.D. degree in cellular radio control channel design for random access control and paging signal broadcasting from Waseda University in March 1991. He has broad experience from 1G to 3G mobile communication systems development especially for base stations, controllers and 3G FOMA terminals through more than 20 years activities in mobile communication R&D of NTT and NTT DOCOMO. He stayed at British Telecom Labs in UK from 1989 to 1990 as an exchanging researcher. He was President & CEO of DOCOMO Communications Laboratories Europe GmbH in Munich Germany from 2002 to 2005. He has been Managing Director of Research Laboratories, NTT DOCOMO since April 2007. Gunther Karger Consultant in broadband wireless networks industry, USA Bio: Gunther Karger helped pioneer communications working at Bell Labs and ITT during the 1960’s. He was one of three engineers to develop the Courier Communications Satellite experiment in 1960. While Project Manager of Strategic Command Control Systems (C3) at ITT Communication Systems (ICS), he developed communication networks for national and military operations in a post nuclear attack environment. Karger engineered the first transcontinental microwave network specifying tower site locations and presently is consultant in the broadband wireless networks industry. Karger transferred his aerospace knowledge to the airline industry where he developed a model to forecast revenue and became Director of Forecasting and Economics at Eastern Airlines. Thereafter, Karger launched a career in the financial services industry doing investment research, served as Arbitrator, authored the book “Thieves on Wall Street”, is a speaker on cruise ships and has appeared as a financial commentator on TV. Gunther Karger received his BSEE from Louisiana State University (LSU), served in USAF where he was airborne radar instructor. He is past Chairman of the IEEE Communications Group (Comsoc) in New Jersey, IEEE Chairman-Canaveral Section and was IEEE Communications Society Newsletter Editor. He is married to Shirley Karger, lives in Palmetto Bay, FL. Gunther Karger, was born in Germany and is a Holocaust survivor losing his entire family. He was raised in foster homes and orphanages in Sweden and the U.S. Dec. 8 (Wednesday) IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 Funding Forum (Forum Chair: Dr. Sajal K. Das, NSF, USA) ABSTRACT Funds are essential for Science, Research and Technological Development. In GC10, a Funding Forum is arranged to is arranged to help research communities meet the program directors of Funding Agencies, like NSF, NASA, DARPA, and so on. The target audiences include professorial and non-professorial faculty of universities, research managers and administrators, researchers in university and industrial labs, and business developers. Dr. Sajal K. Das Program Director, NSF, USA University Distinguished Scholar Professor, UTA, USA Bio: Dr. Sajal K. Das is a University Distinguished Scholar Professor of Computer Science and Engineering and the Founding Director of the Center for Research in Wireless Mobility and Networking (CReWMaN) at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). He is currently a Program Director at the National Science Foundation (NSF) in the Division of Computer Networks and Systems. He is also a Visiting Professor at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) at Kanpur, an Honorary Professor of Fudan University in Shanghai, and a Visiting Scientist at the Institute of Infocom Research (I2R) in Singapore. His current research interests include wireless and sensor networks, mobile and pervasive computing, smart environments, security and privacy, cloud computing, biological networking, applied graph theory and game theory. He has published over 400 papers and over 35 invited book chapters in these areas, and holds five US patents in wireless networks and mobile Internet. Dr. Das has coauthored the books: "Smart Environments: Technology, Protocols, and Applications" (Wiley, 2005) and "Mobile Agents in Distributed Computing and Networking (Wiley, 2010). He is a recipient of the IEEE Computer Society Technical Achievement Award (2009) for pioneering contributions to sensor networks and mobile computing; IEEE Region 5 Outstanding Engineering Educator Award (2008); and several Best Paper Awards in such conferences as QShine'09, EWSN'08, IEEE PerCom'06, and ACM MobiCom'99. He is also a recipient of the Lockheed Martin Teaching Excellence Award (2009), UTA Academy of Distinguished Scholars Award (2006), University Award for Distinguished Record of Research (2005), College of Engineering Research Excellence Award (2003), and Outstanding Faculty Research Award in Computer Science (2001 and 2003). He is frequently invited as keynote speaker at international conferences and symposia. Dr. Das serves as the Founding Editor-in-Chief of Elsevier's Pervasive and Mobile Computing (PMC) journal, and also as an Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, ACM/Springer Wireless Networks, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, and Journal of Peer-to-Peer Networking. He is the founder of IEEE WoWMoM symposium and cofounder of IEEE PerCom conference. He has served as General and Technical Program Chair as well as TPC member of numerous IEEE and ACM conferences. The Next Big Thing: IPv6 Internet Evolution or Revolution? (Forum Organizer and Chair: Latif Ladid, President, IPv6 Forum) ABSTRACT The chips are down! The IPv4 address space has melt down to just 8%. The 350 Million IP addresses are expected to be fully assigned by the end of 2011. Just 2 years to go to make the transition to IPv6. Is the entire Internet community aware of this? Are they getting ready for it? Should the users be involved? So what’s at stake? Is Asia ahead of Europe and the US? What needs to be done? What is the easiest way? Who is doing what? Why is the US not taking leadership? What’s the ROI needed for this? Questions after questions and any answer trigger other questions and the opinions are diverse. This panel has invited the best experts on IPv6 to share with us their best practices and the way forward to reap best benefits from this gigantic first time upgrade of the Internet. Maybe the last one for decades to come. IPv6 Forum is a world-wide consortium of international Internet service providers (ISPs) and National Research & Education Networks (NRENs), with a mission to promote IPv6 by improving market and user awareness, creating a quality and secure New Generation Internet and allowing world-wide equitable access to knowledge and technology. The key focus of the IPv6 Forum today is to provide technical guidance for the deployment of IPv6. IPv6 Summits are organized by the IPv6 Forum and staged in various locations around the world to provide industry and market with the best available information on this rapidly advancing technology. Please visit http://www.ipv6forum.com. SECTION I: The IPv6 Transition Models & Benefits Latif Ladid President, IPv6 Forum Bio: Latif Ladid holds the following positions: President, IPv6 FORUM, Chair, European IPv6 Task Force, Emeritus Trustee, Internet Society, Board Member IPv6 Ready & Enabled Logos Program,and Board Member World Summit Award. www.ip6forum.org He is a Senior Researcher at the University of Luxembourg “Security & Trust” (SnT) www.securityandtrust.lu on multiple European Commission Next Generation Technologies IST Projects: 6INIT, www.6init.org - First Pioneer IPv6 Research Project; 6WINIT, www.6winit.org; Euro6IX, www.euro6ix.org; Eurov6, www.eurov6.org; NGNi, www.ngni.org; Project initiator SEINIT, www.seinit.org, and Project initiator SecurIST, www.securitytaskforce.org. Latif initiated the new EU project u-2010 to research Emergency & Disaster and Crisis Management, www.u-2010.eu, launched the Public Safety Communication Forum, www.publicsafetycommunication.eu, supported the new IPv6++ EU Research Project called EFIPSANS, www.efipsans.org, supported the new safety & Security Project using IPv6 called Secricom, www.secricom.eu, and coordinates the new EU project IRMA (Integrated Risk management for Africa using IPv6), www.irma.lu. He is also a Member of 3GPP PCG (www.3gpp.org), 3GPP2 PCG (www.3gpp2.org), Vice Chair, IEEE ComSoc EntNET (www.comsoc.org/~entnet/), member of UN Strategy Council, member of IEC Executive Committee, Board Member of TSF (Technologies Sans Frontières), Board member of AW2I, Board Member of Nii Quaynor Institute for Research in Africa, and member of Future Internet Forum EU Member States (representing Luxembourg) Luxembourg. Peter Tseronis Chair, USG IPv6 Task Force Bio: Recognized as a Federal Information Technology (IT) thought leader, Peter Tseronis is known for his ability to orchestrate strategic change, foster a culture of accountability, and align business needs and strategic objectives with IT to achieve measureable performance improvement. Currently, as the Deputy Associate Chief Information Officer at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), he is responsible for providing strategic leadership, innovative direction, and expert advice regarding Department-wide information technology solutions. This responsibility includes the development and implementation of enterprise strategies to increase innovation and to improve IT infrastructure investment decision-making through the integration of Enterprise Architecture and Capital Planning and Investment Control. Prior to joining DOE, Peter served as the Chief Technology Officer and Director of Network Services for the U.S. Department of Education (ED). During his 8 years in this role, Peter assumed a multi-million dollar budget to transform the Department's divergent voice, video, and data communications into an enterprise-level converged solution. In addition to his work at DOE and ED, Peter has been consistently engaged in key government-wide transformation programs and initiatives, including serving as the Chairman of the Federal CIO Council's IPv6 Working Group, a member of the Interagency Management Council for Federal Telecommunications, a member of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, a board member of the Independent Telecommunications Pioneer Association, a government advisory panel member of the American Council for Technology/Industry Advisory Council's Networks and Telecommunications Special Interest Group, co-vice president of Programs for the Association for Federal Information Resources Management, and Chairman of the Federal Cloud Computing Advisory Council. Peter received his B.A. in Communications from Villanova University and earned his M.S. in Information and Telecommunication Systems from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. Yanick Pouffary IPv6 Forum Fellow – Chair IPv6 Ready & Enable Programs Bio: Yanick Pouffary is an IPv6 Forum Fellow, Technology Director North American IPv6 Task Force , member of UN Strategy Council. A Hewlett Packard Distinguished Technologist, and has been working on networking software products since 1985. Yanick has been involved with IPv6 since 1996, and is an active Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) participant. Yanick also is one of the distinguished recipients of the IPv6 Forum Internet Pioneer Award for her technology contributions within the IPv6 Forum to support the adoption and deployment of IPv6. Yanick earned a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Nice, France and a M.S. in Computer Science from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. John Jason Brzozowski Architect and Principal Engineer, Comcast Bio: At Comcast, John provides technical leadership and guides the firm’s deployment of IPv6. He leverages his expertise and experiences to drive the adoption and implementation of IPv6 ensuring that innovative solutions are in place to support traditional and next generation services. John has contributed significantly to many standards and technologies critical to the cable industry’s adoption of IPv6, specifically those pertaining to voice, video, and data. He works closely with CableLabs on DOCSIS and PacketCable specifications and has contributed to IETF standards efforts. Prior to joining Comcast, while at Lucent Technologies, John served in a variety of technical roles. His innovative thinking was essential to the success of next generation product development efforts, which included IPv6, for Lucent Technologies' OSS software product suite. Acting as an IPv6 SME for the firm, John utilized his knowledge and industry contacts to fuel many IPv6 initiatives. He often worked with large enterprise and service provider customers developing comprehensive solutions and supporting large-scale deployments. John's work in the technical community currently includes acting as the chair of the MidAtlantic IPv6 Task Force, North American IPv6 Task Force Steering Committee member, and member of the IPv6 Forum. Through his work with these organization he helps to drive and support critical IPv6 activities regionally and nationally including but not limited to promoting IPv6 education, awareness, and of course adoption. John also serves as co-chair of the IETF DHC Working Group. Prof. Dr. Thpomas Engel University of Luxembourg Bio: Prof. Dr. Thomas Engel is Professor for Computer Networks and Telecommunications at the University of Luxembourg. From 1987 to 1995 he studied Physics and Computer Science at the University of Saarbruecken, Germany, where he graduated in 1992 and received the title Dr. rer. nat. in 1996. 1996 – 2003 as joint founder he was member of the board of directors and vice director of the Fraunhofer-guided Institute for Telematics e.V. in Trier, Germany, co responsible for the scientific orientation and development of the institute, definition, acquisition and realization of all research projects, 70% financed by industry. Since 2002 he teaches and researches as a professor at the University of Luxembourg. Prof. Dr. Engel is member of the European Security Research Advisory Board (ESRAB) of the European Commission in Brussels advising the Commission on the structure, content and implementation of the future Security Research Programme and also member of the Security Taskforce of the European Commission in Brussels. He also is the coordinator of the European Integrated Project u-2010 with 16 partners on the subject of Next Generation Networks. Prof. Dr. Engel is speaker of the regional group Trier/Luxemburg of the German Society for Computer Science (GI). SECTION II: The IPv6 Drivers & Apps Junaid Islam President & CTO, Vidder Bio: Junaid Islam has played a leading role in the development and commercialization of many data networking technologies. Junaid has multiple inventions and patents to his credit including the industry's first Gigabit speed deep packet inspection platform which is the foundation of Bivio Networks and the PIANO mobility protocol. Junaid also shares a patent for the distribution of live HDTV events over IP infrastructure with Emmy award-winning producer Don Mischer. David Rubal IPv6 Lead, Cisco Worldwide Bio: Mr. Rubal is Cisco’s US/Canada Federal Partner Systems Engineering Lead. His team is responsible for providing innovative solutions with Federal partners to US Government agencies. An accomplished executive with more than 27 years in telecommunications, technology standardization and complex enterprise architectures, David’s leadership and vision has guided commercial, enterprise, service providers, and Federal government agencies through the challenges of service oriented, multi-layer IP-centric networking. A thought leader in partner strategies, David is also a leader in Cisco’s Worldwide IPv6 Task Force where he has specific responsibility for US/Canada Channels. He and this team of business, product and technology leaders are guiding Cisco through the global IPv6 opportunity. In the industry, David is recognized as a global thought leader in IPv6 and next generation Internet and communications strategies. He is an active member of the IPv6 Forum as well as the North American and Mid-Atlantic IPv6 Task Force bodies. As a subject matter expert, David is regularly featured as a speaker and panelist in public IPv6 and next generation Internet conferences. Lorenzo Colitti Researcher, Google Lorenzo has been working on IPv6 since 2002, when he wrote a master's thesis on IPv6in-IPv4 tunnel discovery in the Internet at large. He obtained a Ph.D in networking at Roma Tre University with a thesis on interdomain topology discovery using active probing, and has performed research on IPv6, interdomain routing visualization, and BGP, and anycast routing, both at the University and at the RIPE NCC in Amsterdam. He is now a network engineer and researcher at Google and is one of the people spearheading Google's IPv6 efforts. John Loughney Principal Engineer, Nokia Research Center, San Jose Bio: John Loughney is currently a Principle Engineer at the Nokia Research Center in Helsinki, Finland. He has a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and M.Sc. in Computer Science. John is the Chair of the Next Steps in Signaling (NSIS) working group and cochair of the Authorization, Authentication and Accounting (AAA) working group in the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force). He serves on the Technical Directorate of the IPv6 Forum. He is the author or co-author of a number of RFCs including: RFC 3316 "Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) for Some Second and Third Generation Cellular Hosts", RFC 3588 - "Diameter Base Protocol " and the editor for the "IPv6 Node Requirements," among others. He is involved\ with multi-access, multi-homing and mobility research at the Nokia Research Center. Dec. 9 (Thursday) Challenges and Future Prospect of 4G Wireless: The Operators’ View (Organizer and Chair: Dr. Chia-Chin Chong, NTT DOCOMO USA Labs, USA) ABSTRACT Next generation mobile broadband wireless networks such as 3GPP LTE/LTE-Advanced and Mobile WiMAX/IEEE 802.16m have been envisioned as the 4G mobile technologies. Both standards were submitted to ITU-R as candidates’ technology for the IMT-Advanced. The advantages based on throughput, latency, spectral efficiency, and advanced antenna support, ultimately enabling them to provide higher performance than today’s 3G wireless technologies. Coverage improvement and capacity enhancement are always the essential requirements for wireless broadband networks in order to deliver cost-effective wireless services. Due to significant loss of signal strength along the propagation path especially at higher frequency and the transmit power constraint of mobile terminals, the sustainable coverage area for a specific high data rate is often of limited geographical size. In addition, blocking and random fading frequently result in areas of poor reception or even dead spot within the coverage region especially in-building scenario. Moreover, due to the higher demand for good quality multimedia mobile applications, such as video streaming and video-on-demand, capacity enhancement is a must for the next generation cellular networks. Recently, the concepts of femtocells and fixed mobile convergence (FMC) have received a lot of attention among the industrials. Both femtocells and FMC capabilities can be used to overcome poor indoor cellular quality and capacity of a system in a cost effective fashion. The emerging femtocell option is aimed at those who live and work in places where the macrocellular network coverage is limited and want to use their conventional single-mode cellular phones. Users need to have a femtocell, similar to a WiFi access point, in order to boost signals throughout their home or office. On the other hand, FMC combines WiFi and cellular technologies for those with dual-mode cellular phones. This allows users to roam seamlessly between their internal WiFi network and cellular network. FMC capabilities can be used to avoid in-building cellular charges if a private WiFi network is already in place. In this panel, industry experts from leading mobile operators will discuss the challenges ahead of full scale commercialization of IMT-Advanced technology including tug-of-war among competitive standards (e.g., LTE vs Mobile WiMAX, femtocells vs FMC) and future prospect of 4G (e.g., killer applications and services). Dr. Chia-Chin Chong Senior Researcher, NTT DOCOMO USA Labs, USA Bio: Chia-Chin Chong is a Senior Research Staff Member at NTT DOCOMO USA Labs in Palo Alto, CA. Prior to joining NTT DOCOMO, she spent about 2 years at Samsung Electronics R&D. Her research interests include 4G cellular systems, wireless home energy managment and mobile wellness applications. She is an active participant and contributor in the IEEE 802.15, IEEE 802.16, and ITU-R WP 5D standardization activities. Dr. Chong has been an invited speaker and panelist in many international seminars and symposiums. She has authored a book chapter and published more than 80 international journals, conference papers, and international standard contributions. She also has more than 30 granted and pending patents. Dr. Chong received the Joseph Higham Prize and the GEC-Marconi Prize from The University of Manchester in 2000 for academic excellence and outstanding performance. She also awarded the IEE Prize and the IEE Vodafone Research Award in 1999 and 2001, respectively, the Richard Brown Scholarship from The University of Edinburgh in 2002, the IEEE International Conference on Ultra-Wideband (ICUWB) Best Paper Award and the DOCOMO USA Labs President Award in 2006, as well as the URSI Young Scientist Award and the DOCOMO USA Labs President Award in 2008. Dr. Chong was honored with The Outstanding Young Malaysian Award 2006 (the most prestigious achievement award for people under age 40 in Malaysia) by Junior Chamber International and Ministry of Youth and Sports, Malaysia under the category “Scientific and Technological Development”. Currently, Dr. Chong serves as an Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications and the Associate Editors for IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology and EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking (JWCN). She has served as the Lead Guest-Editor for the Special Issue on “Millimeter Wave Wireless Communication Systems” in the EURASIP JWCN and the Guest Editor for the Special Issue on “Cooperative Localization in Wireless Ad hoc and Sensor Networks” in the EURASIP Journal on Applied Signal Processing. Dr. Chong has also served on the TPC of various international conferences, the TPC Co-Chair for the Broadband Wireless Access Symposium of the IEEE ICCCN 2007, the TPC Co-Chair for the Wireless Communications Symposium of the IEEE ICC 2008, the Publicity Co-Chair for the IEEE PIMRC 2008, the Sponsorship Chair for the CrownCom 2008, and the Tutorial Chair for the IEEE ICCCN 2009. She was also the Former Chair for the DGEVAL Channel Model standardization group within the ITU-R WP5D for IMT systems. She is the Senior Member of the IEEE. Mr. Marc Grant Principal Technical Architect, AT&T, USA Bio: Mr. Marc Grant is Principal Technical Architect for AT&T Radio Standards. Mr. Grant has been with AT&T and its predecessors, Cingular Wireless and SBC Technology Resources, since 1998 and has been responsible for working with standardization organizations worldwide on the creation of the GSM/EDGE, UMTS/HSPA, LTE and LTE-Advanced specifications. Previously, Mr. Grant was with Sprint PCS where he helped start up the first commercial CDMA2000 network in the USA and led the creation of the first open interface base station specification. He spent time at Nortel, where he worked on the CDMA2000 technology roll out. Mr. Grant also spent 10 years at Raytheon Systems (formerly ESystems) as a Senior Systems Test Engineer. He is currently Vice-Chair of the 3GPP Radio Access Network Technical Specification Group (TSG-RAN), and a member of the ETSI Board. He chairs the Radio Aspects SWG of ITU-R WP 5D, which is responsible for creating the requirements that form the baseline for the IMT-Advanced technologies. He is Chair of the GSM North America Terminal Working Group, and served as vice-chair of 3GPP TSG-GERAN (GSM/EDGE) group from 2000-2006. Marc has his B.S. in Engineering Management from Amberton University in Garland, Texas, and an A.S.E.E.T. from DeVry Technical Institute in Woodbridge, New Jersey. Dr. Dawei Zhang Director of Wireless, China Mobile, China Bio: Dr. Dawei Zhang is the Director of Wireless, China Mobile USA Research Center, where he is responsible for China Mobile’s next generation wireless technologies and TD LTE product strategies and requirements. On behalf of China Mobile, he is the Chairman of the NGMN Trial Workgroup, where he is responsible for global operators’ LTE trial requirements and evaluations. Dr. Zhang received his Ph.D. in Physics from UCLA. He was a Post-doctoral Fellow with MIT, and spent over 15 years in Silicon Valley working on various wireless technologies and systems. Prior to joining China Mobile, Dr. Zhang was the General Manager of Wireless Broadband Group R&D, and Director of Base Stations at UTStarcom Inc., where he was responsible for wireless base station R&D on mobile WiMAX, TD CDMA, WCDMA RRU, and advanced PHS base stations. Dr. Zhang holds 7 US and international patents, and over 60 refereed journal and conference publications on wireless and related technology areas. Dr. Sadayuki Abeta Director, NTT DOCOMO, Japan Bio: Dr. Sadayuki Abeta is the Director of the Radio System Group in the Radio Access Network Development Department within NTT DOCOMO, Inc. He received the B.E., M.E. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical communication engineering from Osaka University, Osaka, Japan, in 1993, 1995, and 1997 respectively. He has been with NTT DOCOMO, INC since 1997. Dr. Abeta has been working for research, standardization and development of the UMTS/W-CDMA and LTE. From June 2000 to May 2001, he was a visiting researcher in Princeton University. From 2005 to 2009, he was a Vice Chairman of 3GPP TSG-RAN WG1 and Rapporteur of LTE and LTE-Advanced in RAN1. Mr. Bernard Le Floch Senior Research Expert, Orange Labs, France Bio: Mr. Bernard Le Floch is Senior Research Expert and Research Program Leader on Access Technologies within Orange Labs. He received an engineering degree from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications de Bretagne in 1982. He joined the CCETT (common research centre of France Télécom and Télédiffusion de France) in the mid 80s where he was involved in the first developments of the OFDM technology. As active member of the EUREKA147 DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) project, he was appointed as Chairman of the joint ETSI/EBU project team which produced the DAB standard. In 1994-1995, he was heading the ACTS dTTb project Working Party 3 (digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting), in charge of the definition of the DVB-T system. He is now responsible for the coordination of the upstream research activities of France Télécom in the field of transmission technologies over copper, optics and radio, including mobile telecommunication systems as well as broadcast systems. Bernard Le Floch is currently chairing the ARTIST4G project, funded by the European Commission, which aims at developing advanced technologies for the future evolutions of the 3GPP LTEAdvanced standard. Dr. Kalyani Bogineni Principal Architect, Verizon Communications, USA Bio: Dr. Kalyani Bogineni is Principal Architect at Verizon Communications with extensive experience in architecture and design of telecommunications networks for wireless and wireline technologies as well as various application technologies. She has published extensively in IEEE/ACM peer-reviewed Journals and Conferences. She has been on the Technical Program Committee for several Conferences, and has been a reviewer for various IEEE Journals and Magazines for over 20 years. She is an active Speaker on next generation converged networks at various Conferences and Panels. Recently she has been active in the development of 3GPP standards for 4G technologies focused on the development of converged networks for multiple access technologies with IP-based mobility management mechanisms, policy-driven roaming architectures, and converged security architectures. She has B.Tech and M.E. degrees in Electrical Engineering, M.S. degree in Computer Engineering and Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Advanced Communications and Information Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems (Chair: Dr. David Wei, Advisors: Drs. Kshirasagar Naik and Teruo Higashino) ABSTRACT Road transportation has become an integral part of society because of the need for transporting people and goods. Road transportation impacts the quality of life in several ways, including safety, cost, time spent traveling, and environmental issue. Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) deals with these issues through advanced communications and information technologies, including wireless communications, the Internet, the GPS, and sensor networks. The central idea in an ITS system is to deliver useful information to all kinds of motorists, such as ordinary car drivers, drivers of emergency vehicles, drivers of transit vehicles, drivers of service vehicles, and the police. Useful information to motorists involve physical conditions of road segments, traffic conditions along road segments, roadblocks including accidents and repair works, and availability of services along their paths, to name a few. An ITS system is expected to shorten driving time, make driving safe, make availability of medical assistance and other helps quicker, assist law enforcement, and contribute to a better environment. Given the vast expanse of an ITS system and the seemingly large cost of deploying such a system, it is important that different parties cooperate in such an endeavor. Several governments or organizations around the world, including the U.S. Department of Transportation, the Vehicle, Road and Traffic Intelligence Society of Japan, and ERTICO of ITS Europe have defined their own ITS architecture. Those initial thrusts on ITS have motivated researchers and engineers to identify key problems that must be addressed for an ITS system to be successful. There have been ongoing research on different aspects of ITS systems, but a great deal of work still remains to be done. The goal of this forum is to provide an open discussion for the recent research results on a broad range of topics relevant to ITS architecture, network support, communication-based information technologies, and application development. Design & Development Forum on Modeling and Simulation of Wireless Networks (Forum Chairs: Jack L. Burbank & Jon R. Ward, Johns Hopkins University, USA) ABSTRACT Modeling and Simulation (M&S) is a critical element in the design, development, and test and evaluation (T&E) of any network product or solution. In many cases, M&S provides the only method to gain insight into the performance of the eventual product or solution in a large-scale environment, and allows for more informed design trade studies. The goal of this technical session is to provide attendees an overview of many of the M&S tools and techniques that are available to assist them in their wireless projects. In particular, the forum consists of seven relevant presentation topics: 1. Commercial Wireless Networking Explained- an overview of key existing and emerging wireless networking technologies, such as WiFi, WiMAX, cellular, Bluetooth, ZigBee, UWB, and commercial architectural frameworks such as International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT 2. Wireless Network M&S Tools - an overview of existing network M&S tools, such as OPNET, NS2, QualNet, and GloMoSim, contrasting the strengths and weaknesses of these tools as related to M&S of wireless networks. 3. Wireless Networking Hardware-in-the-loop M&S - an overview of hardware-in-theloop (HITL) M&S and testbed methods, describing the appropriate applications of HITL applications, and providing novel examples of HITL techniques for assessing the performance of wireless networking technologies and devices. 4. Distributed simulation - an overview of distributed computing methods, and discuss the application of network M&S tools in a distributed environment in order to achieve large-scale wireless network M&S capabilities. 5. Waveform M&S Tools - compare and contrast existing waveform M&S tools, such as MathWorks MATLAB and SimuLink, National Instruments LabVIEW, and Agilent Signal Studio, with a focus on waveform characteristics common to wireless networking technologies (e.g., OFDM, OFDMA, MIMO). 6. Propagation M&S Tools - compare and contrast existing propagation M&S tools, such as Wireless Insite, considering both outdoor and indoor propagation scenarios (indoor – same floor, indoor – different floor), as well as combined outdoor-indoor scenarios. 7. Network Simulation with NS3 - The ns-3 network simulation environment is the result of a multi-year effort funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation, and is designed to replace the aging but popular ns-2 simulator. We will start by discussing some of the basic concepts used when creating simulations of computer networks, and the types of questions that can be analyzed by network simulation tools. Then we will discuss some of the basic design of ns-3 and the tradeoffs that went into those design decisions. Finally, we will demonstrate a simple ns-3 simulation and show the results. George Riley Associate Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA Bio: Dr. Riley received his Ph.D. from the Georgia Tech College of Computing in August 2001, and joined the faculty of ECE at that time. Mr. Riley received a MSCS from Florida Tech in 1996, and a BSEE from University of Alabama in 1972. Prior to enrolling at Tech in 1996, Mr. Riley was president and CEO of Infoware, Inc. of Cocoa Beach Florida. From 1987 to 1996 Infoware provided software and system design services to the United States Air Force at Patrick Air Force Base, Florida. During that time, Infoware designed, implemented, and deployed numerous systems in support the missile launch activities at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, including a communications front-end processor for real-time data gathering and a real-time distributed flight safety display system. Concurrently, from 1984 to 2000, Mr. Riley was also vice-president and co-owner of CAM Systems Inc. of Atlanta Georgia. CAM systems developed, under Mr. Riley's direction, a suite of PC based software tools for residential property management. Jon R. Ward Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, USA Bio: Mr. Ward graduated from North Carolina State University (NCSU) in 2005 with a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering. After graduating from NCSU, he started his professional career in August 2005 at The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL) in Laurel, MD. Since starting work in the wireless networking section of the communications and newtorking technology (VCT) group at JHU/APL he has worked projects focusing on network design and interference testing of standardsbased wireless technologies such as IEEE 802.11, IEEE 802.15.4, and IEEE 802.16. He has experience in network M&S and HITL test and evaluation (T&E) of commercial wireless equipment and experience writing custom physical-layer simulations for throughput and bit error rate analysis of Ultra Wideband (UWB) communications systems. He is a member of IEEE COMSOC and has served as a session chair and organizer for the IEEE Milcom conference. Jack L. Burbank Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, USA Bio: Mr. Burbank earned his Bachelors of Science and Masters of Science degrees in Electrical Engineering from North Carolina State University in 1994 and 1998 respectively. Mr. Burbank currently leads the Wireless Networking section within the Communications and Network Technologies group of The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL). Mr. Burbank is an expert in the areas of wireless networking and modeling and simulation, focusing on the application and evaluation of wireless networking technologies to the military context. Mr. Burbank's background is in communications theory, wireless networking, IP internetworking, satellite communications, communications vulnerability analysis, and computer simulation of communications systems. Mr. Burbank leads a team of network engineers at JHU/APL that participates within the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and the IEEE 802 standards organization. Mr. Burbank's research interests include electronic attack of wireless networks, mobile ad-hoc networking, wireless MAC design, and cross-layer design. Mr. Burbank's work spans from serving as the primary software developer for a large M&S effort for the U.S. Navy that culminated in a formal accreditation for its use as a substitute for physical testing to leading numerous efforts that involve the modeling and simulation of large, complex communications systems. Mr. Burbank has published numerous technical papers and reports on topics of wireless networking (both terrestrial-based and spacebased), has contributed to a book on WiMAX and led commercial wireless network tutorials at the 2005 and 2006 IEEE MILCOM conference. Mr. Burbank holds a provisional patent for a novel commercial WLAN hardware-in-the-loop M&S testbed concept developed while studying the inclusion of very high-speed mobile stations (in excess of Mach 4) within an 802.11-based WLAN. Mr. Burbank is a professor of networking and telecommunications in The Johns Hopkins University Part-Time Engineering Program, and is a member of the IEEE and ASEE.