MAKI Industry Workshop – Preliminary Announcement
Next-Generation Networks – An Industrial View
Date: Thursday, June 21st 2018
Location: Darmstadt – More detailed information will follow soon
Since 2013, the German Research Foundation DFG is funding the Collaborative Research Centre 1053 MAKI – Multi-Mechanisms Adaptation for the Future Internet. MAKI is one of DFG’s largest collaborative research activities in computer science, with more than 17M€ funding approved to date. Over sixty PIs, Postdocs and doctoral researchers participate, representing fourteen research groups from Technische Universität Darmstadt plus labs from Aachen, Frankfurt, Mannheim and Marburg. A steady stream of short and long-term international visitors assures the influence of experts from across the world.
The overarching goal of MAKI is to help to make the Internet, its applications and platforms more adaptive and flexible – most notably at runtime. While many activities of the first phase emphasized better support for mobile applications under changing conditions (user mobility, load fluctuations, etc.), a good deal of the researchers of the current phase exploit the ‘softwarization’ of core and wireless networks in order to allow for large scale adaptation. A category of adaptations denoted as ‘transitions’ is of key importance in MAKI. Transitions replace a ‘mechanism’ by another one of equivalent functionality at runtime, where ‘mechanism’ may denote a protocol, protocol function, strategy, topology, etc.
The planned workshop aims to bring together top industrial researchers and developers working in areas related to the MAKI theme. They shall get to know key results from MAKI, present and exchange research ideas, and provide an industrial view on next-generation networks. In particular, the workshop shall address the following four topics wrt. large scale adaptability and transitions:
1. In-network processing / edge computing,
2. Next-generation wireless communications,
3. Advanced network protocols, and
4. Machine learning / big data analytics in future communication systems.
The ultimate goal is to establish connections and future collaborations between MAKI and the relevant industry partners. The content of this one-day workshop will comprise talks given by the industry experts, a MAKI overview presentation and poster presentations of MAKI results and ongoing project. There will be ample opportunities for lively discussions and open exchange.
|08:45 h||Registration and welcome of the workshop|
Introduction of MAKI: Max Mühlhäuser|
Scope of the Workshop: Lin Wang
Invited talk 1 + Questions|
|10:40h||One Minute Madness with Project Area A till C|
|11:10h||Break with Posters|
|11:50h||Invited talk 2 + Questions|
|13:30h||Invited talk 3 + Questions|
|14:10h||Break with Posters|
|15:00h||Invited talk 4 + Questions|
|15:40h||Invited talk 5 + Questions|
|16:30h||Working groups on cooperation opportunities|
|17:20h||Wrap up Session|
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