Workshop online GTTI “Network Programmability”

Network Programmability

Coordinators: Proff. G. Bianchi, W. Cerroni, S. Palazzo

 26 Gennaio 2021 – Ore 14:30 - 18:30

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Technical program

14:30-14:45 - Welcome and introduction
14:45-15:45 - Plenary Session 1: Teaser Presentations

  • (S1-1) From network softwarization to network automation: A multi-agent based network function decomposition, atomization and automation
    Sisay Tadesse Arzo, University of Trento
  • (S1-2) Intelligence and Learning in O-RAN for Data-driven NextG Cellular Network
    Leonardo Bonati, Northeastern University, Boston, MA, U.S.A.
  • (S1-3) FPGA Implementation of 5G Low-PHY Layer Functions via OpenCL Framework
    Justine Cris Borromeo, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
  • (S1-4) DISCOvering the Heavy Hitters with Disaggregated Sketches
    Valerio Bruschi, University of Rome Tor Vergata
  • (S1-5) Multi-Access Edge Computing strategies for reliability and content awareness
    Carlo Centofanti, University of L'Aquila
  • (S1-6) Flow Monitoring with Workload-Adaptive Disaggregated Sketches
    Alessandro Cornacchia, Politecnico di Torino
  • (S1-7) XaaS-aware Fog Computing service deployment with FORCH
    Gianluca Davoli, University of Bologna
  • (S1-8)  Performance Evaluation of Kubernetes Network Plugins with K8s-Playground and Kites
    Marco Ferrari, University of Rome Tor Vergata
  • (S1-9) DiMoViS: a Mobile Video Surveillance Network Service based on Distributed Edge Computing in Softwarized Networks
    Christian Grasso and Raoul Raftopoulos, University of Catania
  • (S1-10) Data plane assisted state replication with Network Function Virtualization
    Iman Lotfimahyari, Politecnico di Torino
  • (S1-11) eCLAT - eBPF Chains Language And Toolset
    Paolo Lungaroni, University of Rome Tor Vergata
  • (S1-12) Using Distributed Reinforcement Learning for Resource Orchestration in a Network Slicing Scenario
    Federico Mason, University of Padua

15:45-16:30 - Parallel Sessions: Discussion with Session 1 Presenters

 16:30-17:30 - Plenary Session 2: Teaser Presentations

  • (S2-1) HybrId Kernel eBPF Packet Forwarding (HIKe)
    Andrea Mayer, University of Rome Tor Vergata
  • (S2-2) P-SCOR: Integration of Constraint Programming Orchestration and Programmable Data Plane
    Andrea Melis, University of Bologna
  • (S2-3) Network Function Decomposition and Deployment for Heterogenous Networks
    Daniele Moro, Politecnico di Milano
  • (S2-4) Demand-balanced μDC Deployment in 5G Environments
    Jane Frances Pajo, University of Genoa
  • (S2-5) A Proof-of-Concept 5G Mobile Gateway with eBPF
    Federico Parola, Politecnico di Torino
  • (S2-6) Increasing Programmability of Security Appliances for Virtualized Services
    Odnan Ref Sanchez, University of Genoa
  • (S2-7) Guaranteeing Slice Performance Isolation in SDN Networks
    Davide Scano, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
  • (S2-8) A flexible emulation framework for designing and evaluating large-scale optical transport networks based on the SDN paradigm
    Awais Shah, Politecnico di Bari
  • (S2-9) hXDP: Towards seamless offloading of kernel packet processing on FPGA NICs
    Marco Spaziani Brunella, University of Rome Tor Vergata
  • (S2-10) Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN): Challenges and Opportunities
    Sebastian Troia, Politecnico di Milano
  • (S2-11) Pushing Network Programmability to the Edge with SRv6 Micro SID and P4
    Angelo Tulumello, University of Rome Tor Vergata

17:30-18:15 - Parallel Sessions: Discussion with Session 2 Presenters

18:15-18:30 - Closing

18:30-            - Virtual rooms open for further interactions