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RINA 2020 : 7th International Workshop on the Recursive InterNetwork Architecture (RINA 2020): Challenging RINA

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Link: https://www.icin-conference.org/rina-2020/
 
When Feb 24, 2020 - Feb 24, 2020
Where Paris, France
Submission Deadline Nov 29, 2019
Notification Due Dec 16, 2019
Final Version Due Jan 13, 2020
Categories    networking   communications   internet   distributed computing
 

Call For Papers

During the last decade research funding bodies have supported “Future Internet” or “Clean-slate” design initiatives intended to reduce network complexity by redesigning the network protocol architecture, questioning some of its key principles. Industry groups such as the ETSI ISG NGP are looking at alternatives to the current “TCP-IP” protocol suite. However, few initiatives have really been able to “clean the slate” and question the core model and underlying principles of current Internet protocols. Of those who have done it, RINA – the Recursive InterNetwork Architecture – is probably the simplest yet most general solution.

RINA implementations are maturing while researchers keep working in characterizing its applicability to a wide variety of current networking challenges. During the last year RINA has been featured in an ETSI ISG NGP group report as a potential candidate for future-proof protocols, and the standardization work on its core specifications at ISO has advanced to Committee Draft Standards. New projects like RINArmenia are working to develop RINA expertise at the national level, and are teaming with the local industry to implement and deploy the technology in a variety of markets.

In addition to papers that investigate and experiment with different properties of the RINA architecture, this year’s RINA Workshop especially welcomes papers that challenge the RINA principles and show limitations it its approach, disprove its claims or provide a simple solutions without compromising the benefits obtained by following the RINA architectural principles. Such papers can present improvements to IP-based technologies, or alternative approaches such as ICN, NDN or SCION to name a few.

The RINA Workshop also solicits papers that investigate the application of RINA in different types of network segments and applications, papers reporting on prototype implementations, experimental deployments, and interoperability with existing technologies. We are also interested in papers that challenge the RINA principles and show limitations in its approach, disprove its claims or provide a simpler solution without compromising the benefits obtained by following the RINA architectural principles.

Intended topics include but are not limited to:

Comparison of RINA with other networking technologies that challenge its vision and principles (evolutions to IP-based technologies, NDN, ICN, SCION, etc.)
Quality of Service in RINA
Mobility, multi-homing and multicast
Security: authentication, access control, confidentiality
Routing in recursive layers
Management of recursive networks
Implications of RINA for AI-based network management
High-performance RINA implementations via programmable hardware
RINA scalability
Policies for large-scale RINA DIFs
Deployment scenarios for RINA
RINA prototype implementations
Deployment of 5G network slices enabling RINA networks
Analysis of case studies showing benefits of RINA
RINA for satellite constellations networking (LEO, MEO, GEO)
Specific RINA policies and DIF designs for wireless networks
Specific RINA policies and DIF designs for RINA in datacentre networks
Specific RINA policies and DIF designs for RINA in IoT networks
Specific RINA policies and DIF designs for RINA in service provider networks
RINA applied to vehicular networking
Specific RINA policies and DIF designs for RINA as a next generation virtual network overlay
Supporting the requirements of large-scale decentralized applications (e.g. blockchains)

Submission instructions
Main track: Submitted papers must be original work, not under review at other journals/conferences, and may comprise a maximum of 6 A4 (210 mm x 297 mm) pages in 2-column IEEE conference style with a minimum font size of 10 pt. Papers should be submitted electronically using the EDAS online submission system. All accepted papers must be presented by one of the authors.

Submission URL: https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=26803

Demo track: Submitted papers must be original work, not under review at other journals/conferences, and may comprise a maximum of 4 A4 (210 mm x 297 mm) pages in 2-column IEEE conference style with a minimum font size of 10 pt. Papers should be submitted electronically using the EDAS online submission system. All accepted papers must be presented by one of the authors, who must run the demonstration at the workshop.

Submission URL: https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=26803


Proceedings

Papers accepted for RINA 2020 will be included in the conference proceedings and IEEE Xplore. The IEEE reserves the right to remove any paper from IEEE Xplore if the paper is not presented at the workshop.

Workshop Co-Chairs

Eduard Grasa, Fundació i2CAT, Spain
Peyman Teymoori, University of Oslo, Norway
TPC Co-Chairs

Eduard Grasa, Fundació i2CAT, Spain
Peyman Teymoori, University of Oslo, Norway
Publicity Chair

Anis Laouiti, Telecom SudParis, France
Technical Program Committee

Steve Bunch, TRIA Network Systems LLC, USA
Diego Lopez, Telefonica, Spain
Antonio Marcos Alberti, Inatel, Brazil
Kevin Smith, Vodafone, UK
John Day, Boston University, USA
Lou Chitkushev, Boston University, USA
Kaniz Mahdi, Ciena, USA
Jordi Perelló, UPC, Spain
Davide Careglio, UPC, Spain
Sue Rudd, Strategy Analytics, USA
David Hayes, Simula Research Labs, Norway
Marco Bonola, University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy
Giuseppe Bianchi, University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy
Yuefeng Wang, Akamai, USA
David Hutchinson, Lancaster University, UK
Torsten Braun, Universitat Bern, Switzerland
Miquel Tarzan, Fundació i2CAT, Spain
Jairo López, Waseda University, Japan
Neil Davies, Predictable Network Solutions, UK
Peter Thompson, Predictable Network Solutions, UK
Miguel Ponce de Leon, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland
Anis Laouiti, Telecom SudParis, France
Sander Vrijders, VeroTech, Belgium

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