IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications
15-19 April 2018 // Honolulu, HI // USA

Workshop on GI 2018: IEEE Global Internet Symposium - Program

21st IEEE Global Internet Symposium (GI 2018)


Monday, 16 April, 2018 ● 08:00 – 12:00
Location: Iolani 5


The IEEE Global Internet Symposium aims to provide a top forum for researchers and practitioners to present advances in Internet related technologies, and also allow healthy debate about various approaches. For instance, how does a novel solution compare, in terms of tangible metrics such as storage, latency, bandwidth, manageability, resilience, and usability, with existing and other approaches? So in addition to traditional research papers, and deployment description papers, we encourage position papers, papers that compare proposed approaches, papers that clarify and compare inherent differences between competing technologies, and well-thought-through heresy.


ChairsKevin C. Almeroth (UC-Santa Barbara, USA) & Xenofontas Dimitropoulos (University of Crete, Greece)


08:00–08:40: Keynote: "Measurement and Experimentation in a Complex Era" by Sonia Fahmy (Purdue Univ, USA)
Chair: Xenofontas Dimitropoulos (Univ. of Crete, Greece)


08:45–10:00: Transport and Above

Chair: Stefan Schmid (Aalborg Univ, Denmark)

Monitoring TLS Adoption using Backbone and Edge Traffic
Chia-ling Chan (Waseda Univ, Japan); Romain Fontugne (IIJ Research Lab, Japan); Kenjiro Cho (IIJ Research Lab, Japan); Shigeki Goto (Waseda Univ, Japan)

ctrlTCP: Reducing Latency through Coupled, Heterogeneous Multi-Flow TCP Congestion Control
Safiqul Islam, Michael Welzl and Kristian A. Hiorth (Univ of Oslo, Norway); David Hayes (Simula Research Lab, Norway); Grenville Armitage (Swinburne Univ of Technology, Australia); Stein Gjessing (Univ of Oslo & Simula Research Lab, Norway)

"What's the Score?":  A First Look at Sports Live Data Feed Services
Pengfei Wang (Northeastern Univ, China; Northwestern, USA) and Aleksandar Kuzmanovic (Northwestern, USA)


10:00–10:30: Break


10:30–12:00: Routing and Internet Interconnections

Chair: Kevin C. Almeroth (UC-Santa Barbara, USA)

Efficient Handling of Excessive Locators In Hierarchical Addressing
Feng Wang (Liberty Univ, USA); Lixin Gao and Xiaozhe Shao (UMass, USA); Hiroaki Harai and Kenji Fujikawa (NIICT, Japan)

Nash-Peering: A New Techno-Economic Framework for Internet Interconnections
Doron Zarchy (Hebrew Univ, Israel); Amogh Dhamdhere (CAIDA--UCSD, USA); Constantine Dovrolis (Georgia Tech, USA); Michael Schapira (Hebrew Univ, Israel)

BLT: A Taxonomy and Classification Tool for Mining BGP Update Messages
Tomoyuki Kitabatake (The Univ of Tokyo, Japan); Romain Fontugne (IIJ Research Lab, Japan); Hiroshi Esaki (The Univ of Tokyo, Japan)

TI-MFA: Keep Calm and Reroute Segments Fast
Marco Chiesa (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden); Klaus-Tycho Foerster (Univ of Vienna, Austria); Mahmoud Parham and Stefan Schmid (Aalborg Univ, Denmark)