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

Day 3 (May 13): Technical Program

The schedule uses GMT-5 (New York) time.*



Keynote 3: Mohammad Alizadeh, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Towards Learning-Augmented Network Systems

Session Chair:  Roberto Rojas-Cessa, New Jersey Institute of Technology



Technical Session 2:  Network Architectures

Session Chair: Moshe Zukerman (City University of Hong Kong)


T2-1.    Anonymous Blockchain Based Routing for Moving-target Defense Across Federated Clouds, Yousra Magdy (Faculty of Engineering Alexandria University, Egypt); Mona Kashkoush (The City of Scientific Research and Technological Applications, Egypt); Mohamed Azab (Advanced Computing and Information Systems Laboratory, ECE, University of Florida & Virginia Tech, USA); Mohamed Rizk (Alexandria University, Egypt)


T2-2.    Dynamic Network Slicing Using Utility Algorithms and Stochastic Optimization, Sidharth Sharma and Ashwin A Gumaste (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India); Mallik Tatipamula (Ericsson Research, USA)


T2-3.    Bridging the Gap: FPGAs as Programmable Switches, Thomas Luinaud (Polytechnique Montréal, Canada); Thibaut Stimpfling and Jeferson Santiago da Silva (Polytechnique Montreal, Canada); Pierre J.M. Langlois (Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada); Yvon Savaria (École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada)


T2-4.    A Theil Index-Based Countermeasure Against Advanced Vampire Attack in Internet of Things, Cong Pu, Jacqueline Brown and Logan Carpenter (Marshall University, USA)



Invited Session I3: New IP II

Session Chair: Xiang Sun (University of New Mexico)


I3.1 Session Keynote:  Mohamed Faten Zhani, Professor, l’École de Technologie Supérieure (ÉTS Montreal), Canada

FlexNGIA – Drawing the Architecture of the Next-Generation Tactile Internet


I3.2    Deep Reinforcement Learning for NFV-based Service Function Chaining in Multi-Service Networks,

Zili Ning, Ning Wang, and Rahim Tafazolli, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK.


I3.3      5G/B5G: Role of Fixed Networks (Transport Network Requirements, Challenges and Beyond)

Uma Chunduri, Futurewei, USA


I3.4    Transport Protocols for New IP

Cedric Westphal, Futurewei, USA







Keynote 4: Peter Jones, Cisco, Distinguished Engineer, Cisco Enterprise HW Team, USA

Back to the future – 10Mb/s Ethernet again!

Session Chair: Roberto Rojas-Cessa



Panel: Machine Learning for Networking, and Vice versa

Panel Chair: H. Jonathan Chao, Tandon School of Engineering, NYU, USA



Anwar Walid, Bell Labs, USA

Junchen Jiang, University of Chicago, USA

Ming  Zhang, Alibaba, USA

Siddhartha Sen, Microsoft Research, NYC, USA



Session T3: Network Resource Allocation

Session Chair: Vinod Vokkarane, University of Massachusetts, USA


T3-1. Performance Evaluation of 5G mmWave Networks with Physical-Layer and Capacity-Limited Blocking, Jingjin Wu (BNU-HKBU United International College, China); Meiqian Wang, Yin-Chi Chan and Eric W. M. Wong (City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong); Taejoon Kim (University of Kansas, USA)


T3-2. Shared Backup Resource Assignment for Middleboxes Considering Server Capability, Risa Fujita, Fujun He and Eiji Oki (Kyoto University, Japan)


T3-3. Resilient Virtual Network Function Placement Model Based on Recovery Time Objectives, Naoki Hyodo, Takehiro Sato, Ryoichi Shinkuma and Eiji Oki (Kyoto University, Japan)


T3-4. Distributed Server Allocation Model with Preventive Start-time Optimization Against Single Failure, Shuto Masuda and Fujun He (Kyoto University, Japan); Akio Kawabata(NTT, Japan); Eiji Oki (Kyoto University, Japan)


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