Seminar

The MTA-BME Future Internet Research Group seminar is initiated at December 2014 with the aim of following the development of the internet in terms of research and innovation. The invited presentations are to promote new ideas in research and innovation for wider public, and are given by well-known foreign and Hungarian researchers. The seminar is held Thursdays noon typically once every month. Looking forward to meet you at the seminar.

János Tapolcai, the seminar organizer

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Concise Encoding of Flow Attributes in SDN Switches

April 20 @ 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Network devices such as routers and switches forward traffic based on entries in their local forwarding tables. Although these forwarding tables conventionally make decisions based on a packet header field such as a destination address, tagging flows with sets or sequences of attributes and making forwarding decisions based on these attributes can enable richer network […]

Towards a Flexible Software-Defined Network Ecosystem

January 18 @ 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

The next generation of networks will need to offer capabilities far beyond the current Internet to accommodate the requirements for global-scale interconnection of Internet-of-Things devices and cyber-physical systems such as smart cities, smart grids, and autonomous automobiles. This requires a transformation of existing, rigid infrastructure into Software-Defined Infrastructure (SDI): deeply programmable, highly interconnected, virtualized systems […]

Seminar: OpenBox: A Software-Defined Framework for Developing, Deploying, and Managing Network Functions by David Hay (Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel)

2016-10-24 @ 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Presenter: David Hay (Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel) Title: OpenBox: A Software-Defined Framework for Developing, Deploying, and Managing Network Functions Abstract: We present OpenBox — a software-defined framework for network-wide development, deployment, and management of network functions (NFs). OpenBox effectively decouples the control plane of NFs from their data plane, similarly to SDN solutions that only address the network’s […]

Seminar: A Novel Approach to Bloom Filters by Ori Rottenstreich (Princeton)

2016-05-24 @ 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Presenter: Ori Rottenstreich (Princeton) Title: A Novel Approach to Bloom Filters Abstract: Bloom filters and counting Bloom filters (CBFs) are widely used in networking device algorithms. They implement fast set representations to support membership queries with limited error. Unlike Bloom filters, CBFs also support element deletions. In the first part of the talk, we introduce a new general method […]

Seminar: Managed Dependability in Interacting Systems by Poul Heegaard (Norwegian Univ. of Science and Technology)

2015-09-24 @ 11:00 AM - 12:05 PM

Presenter: Prof. Poul Heegaard (Norwegian Univ. of Science and Technology) Title: Managed Dependability in Interacting Systems Abstract: The digital ICT infrastructure is a complex system-of-systems in itself, but also in interaction with other critical infrastructures such as water distributions, transportation (e.g. Intelligent Transport Systems) and Smart Power Grid control. The interacting relationship between the stakeholders is agreed upon in Service Level Agreements […]

Seminar: Towards a Reliable Optimized Intradomain Routing by Marco Chiesa (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

2015-06-02 @ 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Presenter: Marco Chiesa (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) Title: Towards a Reliable Optimized Intradomain Routing Abstract: Routing within an organizational network, or intradomain routing, is a crucial, yet highly challenging task. Today’s routing protocols (e.g., OSPF and ECMP) can suffer from long re-convergence times as a result of link/node failures and provide network administrators with indirect, […]

Seminar: Remote Peering: More Peering without Internet Flattening by Sergey Gorinsky (IMDEA Networks Institute, Madrid, Spain)

2015-01-05 @ 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Presenter: Sergey Gorinsky (IMDEA Networks Institute, Madrid, Spain) Title: Remote Peering: More Peering without Internet Flattening  Abstract: The trend toward more peering between networks is commonly conflated with the trend of Internet flattening, i.e., reduction in the number of intermediary organizations on Internet paths. Indeed, direct peering interconnections bypass layer-3 transit providers and make the Internet flatter. This […]

Seminar: The Role of Big Data in Opponent Scouting: A Case Study of Passes by László Gyarmati (Qatar Computing Research Institute)

2014-12-18 @ 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM

Presenter: László Gyarmati (Qatar Computing Research Institute) Title: The Role of Big Data in Opponent Scouting: A Case Study of Passes  Abstract: Big data in football is starting to gain momentum due to the ever increasing depth and breadth of datasets. Similar to other industries, big data will influence the whole value chain of the football organizations: from […]

Seminar: The Power of Tuning: A Novel Approach for Network Survivability by Jose Yallouz (Technion)

2014-12-04 @ 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Presenter: Jose Yallouz (Technion, Israel) Title: The Power of Tuning: A Novel Approach for Network Survivability Abstract: Coping with network failures has been recognized as an issue of major importance in terms of social security, stability and prosperity. It has become clear that current networking standards fall short of coping with the complex challenge of surviving failures. The need […]