ICIN 2016 Programme

Program at a Glance

Tuesday, March 1


Welcome Coffee


Opening and Introductory Keynote

Keynote Speech: The Software-Defined future of networking and application platforms
Raouf Boutaba
, Waterloo University, Canada




Keynote Speech: Future challenges for telecoms research
Nicolas Demassieux
, senior VP Research, Orange, France

Keynote Speech: Programmatic management plane
Ina Minei
, Network Architect, Google, USA


Coffee Break / Posters


Poster introductions (session 1)

18:30 - 21:00

Welcome reception and Poster session (1)

Wednesday, March 2


Keynote Speech: The Future X Network: A Bell Labs Perspective
Marcus Weldon
, CTO and Bell Labs president, Nokia, US


Coffee Break / Posters




Coffee Break / Posters


Poster introductions (session 2)


Poster session (2)


Gala Dinner

Thursday, March 3


Keynote Speech: The Nokia Architecture Vision for the 5G era
Volker Ziegler
, 5G chief architect, Nokia, Germany


Coffee Break / Posters


Track D – Internet of Things,
Payam Barnaghi, University of Surrey, UK




Closing session and Awards


Coffee Break


End of the Event

Detailed Program

Track A – Network IT-isation and 5G

Track Chair: Prosper Chemouil (Orange Labs, France)

Invited Talks

Introduction and insights Prosper Chemouil

Intelligent edges, how to benefit from SDN/NFV Andreas Gladisch (VP convergent Networks, Deutsche Telekom Labs, Germany)

5G: It’s the Network, Stupid Dirk Kutscher (NEC laboratories Europe, Germany)

A Vision for Explicit Path-Cooperative Transport Brian Trammell and Mirja Kuehlewind (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)

Regular Session
Best Paper

Cloud RAN Challenges and Solutions Rajeev Agrawal and Anand Bedekar (Nokia, USA); Troels Kolding (Nokia, Denmark); Vishnu Ram (Nokia, India)

Congestion Control Using OpenFlow in Software Defined Data Center Networks Masoumeh Gholami and Behzad Akbari (Tarbiat Modares University, Iran)

Experimentation as an ISP-Service Zaineb Tahri, Ramzi Ouafi and Mohamed Karim Sbai (ESPRIT School of Engineering, Tunisia)

Poster Session

Using Linux Containers in Telecom Applications Csaba Rotter, Gergely Csatári, Lorant Farkas, Gabor Nyiri, Laszlo Janosi and Robert Springer (Nokia Networks, Hungary)

Biochemically-inspired Method for Constructing Service Space in Virtualized Network System Go Hasegawa, Shun Sakurai and Masayuki Murata (Osaka University, Japan)

An Adaptive Observation Window for Verifying Configuration Changes in Self-Organizing Networks Tsvetko Tsvetkov (Technische Universität München, Germany); Janne Ali-Tolppa (Nokia Networks, Germany)

An Efficient Security Framework to Detect Intrusions At Virtual Network Layer of Cloud Computing Kamatchi A. and Chirag Modi (National Institute of Technology Goa, India)

Research Challenges in 5G Networks: a HetNets Perspective Muhammad Umer Farooq, Cormac J. Sreenan and Kenneth N Brown (University College Cork, Ireland)

Track B – Big data insights for networking

Track Chair: Françoise Soulié Fogelman (Tianjin University, China)

Regular Session

Introductions and insightsFrançoise Soulié Fogelman

Secure Multi-party Based Cloud Computing Framework for Statistical Data Analysis of Encrypted Data Harsha S Gardiyawasam Pussewalage (University of Agder, Norway)

Data I/O Provision for Spark Applications in a Mesos Cluster Nam Hoai Do, Tien Van Do and Xuan Tran (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary); Lorant Farkas and Csaba Rotter (Nokia Networks, Hungary)

Subjective Perception Scoring Jörg Niemöller (Ericsson, Sweden); Nina Washington (Ericsson Research, Sweden)

Fighting Fire with Fire: Survey of Strategies for Counteracting The Complexity of Future Networks Management Anne-Marie C. Bosneag, Sidath Handurukande, MingXue Wang (Ericsson Research Centre, Ireland)

Poster Session

A Genetic Feature Selection Algorithm for Anomaly Classification in Mobile Networks Márton Kajó and Szabolcs Nováczki (Nokia, Hungary)

A Method for Virtual Extension of LZW Compression Dictionary István Finta (Nokia & Óbuda University, Hungary); Lóránt Farkas (Nokia, Hungary); Sándor Szénási and Szabolcs Sergyán (Óbuda University, Hungary)

Track C – Real-time communication platforms and services

Track Chair: Axel Küpper (Deutsche Telekom, Germany)

Regular Session

Global Identity and Reachability Framework for Interoperable P2P Communication Services Ibrahim Tariq Javed, Rebecca Copeland, Noel Crespi (Institut Mines-Télécom, France); Felix Beierle, Sebastian Göndör, Axel Küpper (TU Berlin, Germany); Ahmed Bouabdallah (Institut Mines-Telecom, France); Marc Emmelmann and Andreea Corici (Fraunhofer FOKUS Institute, Germany); Kevin Corre and Jean-Michel Crom (Orange Labs, France); Frank Oberle and Ingo Friese (Deutsche Telekom Laboratories, Germany); Ana Caldeira and Gil Dias (Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal); Ricardo Jorge Fernandes Chaves and Nuno Santos (INESC-ID & IST Portugal, Portugal)

TURN Servers Impacts Over WebRTC QoE in 4G Network Antonin Marechal and Ewa Janczukowicz (Orange Labs, France)

A Question of Quality - VoIP, WebRTC or VoLTE? Rebecca Copeland (Institut Mines-Télécom & Core Viewpoint Limited, United Kingdom); Michael Copeland (Core Viewpoint Ltd, United Kingdom)

WebRTC and IMS: Parallel Universes on a Collision Course? Stephane Tuffin (Orange Labs, France)

Poster Session

Anticipating Households' Demand for Peak Bandwidth: a Revision of a Model From the Broadband Stakeholder Group Brahim Allan (British Telecommunications PLC, United Kingdom); Douglas Williams (BT Innovate and Design, United Kingdom)

FlashPoll: A Context-aware Polling Ecosystem for Mobile Participation Bersant Deva and Sandro Rodriguez Garzon (Technische Universität Berlin & Telekom Innovation Laboratories, Germany); Axel Küpper (TU Berlin, Germany)

A Text-to-Picture m-Learning System in a Private Wireless Mesh Network AbdelGhani Karkar and Amal Dandashi (Qatar University, Qatar)

Characterization of Priority Control Based on Media Access Control Method SP-MAC Over WLAN Ryoma Ando, Ryo Hamamoto, Hiroyasu Obata, Chisa Takano and Kenji Ishida (Hiroshima City University, Japan)

SDP-based Signaling and OTT Services: History and Perspective on an Evolving Trend Jean-Charles Grégoire (University of Quebec, INRS, Canada)

When Coactivity Enhances Video Communication Experience Mathilde Cosquer and Claude Daloz (Orange, France)

Design and Implementation of a High Performant PaaS Platform for Creating Novel Real-Time Communication Paradigms Alice Cheambe, Maiorano Pasquale and Flavio Murgia (Fraunhofer Institut FOKUS, Germany); Boni Garcia and Micael Gallego Carrillo (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain); Giuseppe Carella and Lorenzo Tomasini (TU Berlin, Germany); Alin Calinciuc and Cristian Spoiala (University Stefan cel Mare Suceava, Romania)

The ABC of Future Global Reachability Francois Toutain, Emmanuel Le Huérou and Eric Beaufils (Orange Labs, France)

Track D – Internet of Things

Track Chair: Payam Barnaghi (University of Surrey, UK)

Regular Session
Best Paper Runner-up

Resource Allocation Using Virtual Objects in the Internet of Things: a QoI Oriented Consensus Algorithm Andrea Carta, Virginia Pilloni and Luigi Atzori (University of Cagliari, Italy)

Applied Attribute-based Encryption Schemes Sebastian Zickau, Dirk Thatmann, Artjom Butyrtschik, Iwailo Denisow and Axel Küpper (TU Berlin, Germany)

Adaptive and Composite Privacy and Security Mechanism for IoT Communication Swaminathan Seetharaman and Sudipta Ghosh (Wipro Technologies, India)

A Reputation and Knowledge Based Trust Service Platform for Trustworthy Social Internet of Things Nguyen Binh Truong (Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom); Tai-Won Um (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea); Gyu Myoung Lee (Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom)

Managing Personal Information: A Telco Perspective Ewelina Szczekocka and Justyna Gromada (Orange Labs, Poland); Agata Filipowska, Piotr Jankowiak and Piotr Kałużny (Poznan University of Economics, Poland); Arnaud Brun and Jean Michel Portugal (Orange Labs, France); Jacopo Staiano (Sorbonne University, France)

XMPP-based Network Management Infrastructure for Agile IoT Application Deployment and Configuration Enrico Ferrera, Davide Conzon and Paolo Brizzi (Istituto Superiore Mario Boella, Italy); Lucas Gomes (Federal University of Pernambuco & GPRT, Brazil); Marc Jentsch (Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, Germany); Peeter Kool (CNet Svenska AB, Sweden)

Poster Session

Edge-of-Cloud Fast-Data Consolidation for the Internet of Things Gilles Privat, Laurent Lemke, Christophe Azemar, Pascale Borscia and Marc Capdevielle (Orange Labs, France)

1st workshop on Green Communications Systems

Workshop Chair: Noël Crespi (Institut Mines-Telecom, France)

ICT energy challenges and forecast Philippe Richard (Nokia Bell Labs Senior Director, France)

CONVINcE: Towards Performance Optimization in Video Distribution Networks Adrian Popescu (Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden), Raoul Monnier (Thomson Video Networks, France), Rickard Ljung (Sony Mobile, Sweden)

Quality of Experience on Smartphones: Network, Application and Energy Perspectives Selim Ickin (Ericsson, Sweden) and Markus Fiedler (Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden)

Power Aware Media Delivery Platform Based on Containers Jimmy Kjällman, Miika Komu, Tero Kauppinen (Ericsson, Finland)

Energy Savings for Video Streaming using Fountain Coding Anders Plymoth (TelHoc AB, USA), Zhi Zhang (Lund University, Sweden)

Cross-layer energy optimization for dynamic video streaming over Wi-Fi Zhi Zhang, Mehmet Karaca, Farnaz Moradi, Björn Landfeldt and Saeed Bastani (Lund University, Sweden); Anders Plymoth (Maxentric Technologies, USA); Rickard Ljung (Sony Mobile, Sweden)

Special session on Digital Platforms Economics and Regulation

Session Chair : Alain Vallée (Innovation & Regulation in Digital Services Chair, France)

An Economic View Marc Bourreau (Professor of Economics, Telecom ParisTech, France)

A Regulatory Viewpoint Philippe Distler (Member of the Executive Board of the French Telecom Regulatory Body – ARCEP, France)

Digital platforms impose new market structures and modify the business rules for competition. Established companies are facing new offers or new service delivery models that threaten their margins, their investment capacity, activity, if not ultimately their existence. How to react toward these new entrants, which in some cases can be both competitors and partners? develop a very own platform? integrate products into a broader offer? rebuild margin to invest in the core business which most platforms does not intend to do? New economic balances are to be founded. This special session will help to clarify these issues, by focusing on one side on the economic theory that explored the issue of two-sided or multi-sided markets at the development basis for platforms; and on the other side on the new challenges for regulators who must control the exercise of full and fair competition.

Demo Track

Poster/demo chair: Jean-Christophe Schiel (Airbus Defence and Space, France)

An Openstack Integration Method with Linux Container Akos Leiter and Róbert Fekete (Ericsson, Hungary)

SDN Integration and Management Solutions for Campus Network Enhanced Services Jordi Ortiz (University of Murcia, Spain); José Aznar (I2cat, Spain); Alaitz Mendiola (University of the Basque Country, Spain); Kostas Giotis (National Technical University of Athens, Greece)

A NFV real case Sylvain Desbureaux (Orange Labs, France)

Toward a participatory device-to-device Internet Khaldoun Al Agha (Green Communications, France)

Best Poster/Demo

OpenStack orchestration with Watcher Antoine Cabot, Xavier Priem (B-Com, France)