IEEE International Conference on High Performance Switching and Routing
11-14 May 2020 // Virtual Conference

Day 2 (May 12): Technical Program

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Welcome message by Dean and 49th President and CEO of IEEE Prof. Moshe Kam, New Jersey Institute of Technology



Welcome Remarks, Moshe Kam (NJIT)


Opening Remarks, Abbas Jamalipour (The University of Sydney)


Opening, Roberto Rojas-Cessa, IEEE HPSR 2020 Organizing Committee



Keynote 1: Jennifer Rexford, Professor, Princeton University,

Networks Capable of Change

Session Chair: Roberto Rojas-Cessa



Session I1: Highspeed 5G Fronthaul: Industry Standards and R&D Progress

Session Chair: Yuanqiu Luo, Director of Optical Access Standards, Futurewei Technologies


I1-1:     Optical Fiber Communication Technologies in the 5G Era,

Xiang Liu, Vice President for Optical Transport and Access, Futurewei Technologies, USA


I1-2:     Where the Skies are Not Cloudy All Day, or How Will We Ever Move the Radio Access Network into the Data Center?

Gregory Wright, Nokia Bell Labs, USA


I1-3:     Optical Access Technologies for 5G xHaul Transport Network,

Jun Shan Wey, Director of Fixed Networks Technology Strategy and Standards,



I1-4:   AIOPS in the 5G Era,

Kai Yang, Distinguished Professor, Tongji University, China



Session T1: Switching, Routing and Forwarding

Session Chair: Xiaojun (Matt) Cao, Georgia State University


T1-1     SERENADE: A Parallel Iterative Algorithm for Crossbar Scheduling in Input-Queued Switches, Long Gong (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA); Liang Liu (Georgia Tech, USA); Sen Yang (Facebook, USA); Jun Xu (Georgia Tech, USA); Yi Xie (Xiamen University, China); Xinbing Wang (Shanghai Jiaotong University, China).


T1-2     Multibit Tries Packet Classification with Deep Reinforcement Learning, Md Hasibul Jamil (Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA); Ning Weng (Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, USA)


T1-3     XOR-based Source Routing, Jerome Lacan (ISAE-Supaero and University of Toulouse, France); Emmanuel Lochin (ENAC & Université de Toulouse, France)


T1-4     Implementation of Accurate Per-Flow Packet Loss Monitoring in Segment Routing over IPv6 Networks, Pierpaolo Loreti and Andrea Mayer (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy); Paolo Lungaroni (CNIT, Italy); Stefano Salsano (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy); Rakesh Gandhi (Cisco Systems, Canada); Clarence Filsfils (Cisco Systems, Inc., Belgium)


T1-5     PEQ: Scheduling Time-Sensitive Data-Center Flows Using Weighted Flow Sizes and Deadlines, Vinay Krishna Gopala Krishna (NJIT, USA); Yagiz Kaymak (New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA); Chuan-bi Lin (Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan); Roberto Rojas-Cessa (New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA).




Keynote 2: Richard Li, Futurewei Technologies, “New IP”

Session Chair: Roberto Rojas-Cessa



Session I2: New IP I

Session Chair: Xiang Sun, University of New Mexico


I2-1.     Session Keynote: K. K. Ramakrishnan, Professor, University of California at Riverside

Are Network Layer Enhancements Needed for Supporting Emerging Applications?


I2-2.     New IP: A Data Packet Framework to Evolve the Internet

Kiran Makhijani, Principal Research Scientist at Network Technologies Lab,

Futurewei, USA


I2-3.     Qualitative Communication Via Network Coding and New IP,

Lijun Dong, Research Architect at Futurewei Technologies, USA


I2-4.     Key technologies to realize the end-to-end guaranteed service for both bandwidth and latency for future network,

Lin Han, Futurewei Inc., USA




International Workshop on NFV, SDN, and LPWAN

Session Chair: Bijoy Chand Chatterjee (South Asian University)


W1.     Automatic eNodeB State Management in LTE Networks Using Semi-Supervised Learning with Adversarial Autoencoder, Kazuki Hara (University of Tsukuba, Japan); Kohei Shiomoto (Tokyo City University, Japan); Chin Lam Eng (Ericsson Japan, Japan); Sebastian Backstad (Ericsson, Japan)


W2.     Impact of Large-Scale Correlated Failures on Multilevel Virtualized Networks, Max Medina (Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA); Mohammed J.F. Alenazi (King Saud University, Saudi Arabia); Egemen K. Çetinkaya (Verizon, USA)


W3.     Analyzing Service Chaining of Virtualized Network Functions with SR-IOV, Aris Leivadeas (École de Technologie Supérieure, Canada); Matthias Falkner (Cisco, Germany); Nikolai Pitaev (Cisco Systems, Germany).


W4.     Virtual Machine Introspection for Anomaly-Based Keylogger Detection, Huseyn Huseynov (The City College of New York, USA); Tarek Saadawi (The City University of New York/The City College, USA); Kenichi Kourai (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan); Obinna Igbe(City University of New York, USA)


W5.     Energy-Efficient Drone Coverage Path Planning Using Genetic Algorithm, Rutuja Shivgan and Ziqian (Cecilia) Dong (New York Institute of Technology, USA)


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