Campo Grande, MS, Brasil - 30 de maio a 3 de junho de 2011.

Tutorial 2 - Boutaba

Raouf Boutaba, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canadá

Título: Peer-to-Peer Networking: State of the Art and Research Challenges

Horário: 31 de maio - 8h30min às 12h30min

Resumo
The past few years have witnessed the emergence of Peer-to-Peer (P2P) systems as a means to further facilitate the formation of communities of interest over the Internet in all areas of human life including technical/research, cultural, political, social, entertainment, etc. P2P technologies involve data storage, discovery and retrieval, overlay networks and application-level routing, security and reputation, measurements and management. This tutorial will give an appreciation of the issues and state of the art in Peer-to-Peer Networking. It will introduce the underlying concepts, present existing architectures, highlight the design requirements, discuss the research issues, compare existing approaches, and illustrate the concepts through case studies. The ultimate objective is to provide the tutorial attendees with an understanding of the issues inherent to the design, deployment and operation of large-scale P2P systems.

Bio

Raouf Boutaba is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo. He held Visiting Professor Positions at the University of Toronto (Canada), the University of Pierre et Marie Curie, the University of Versailles, ENST- Paris, Paris 13 and Paris 5 (France), and POSTECH (Korea). He severed as a distinguished speaker of the IEEE Communications Society and the IEEE Computer Society. He is the Chairman of the Technical Committee on Autonomic Communications and served as the chair of the IEEE Communications Society Technical Committee on Information Infrastructure. He is a Past Chair of the IFIP Working Group on Networks and Distributed Systems Management, Past Director of the Conference Publications Board, Past Director of the Related Societies board, and Past Director of the standards board of the IEEE Communications Society. He is the founding Editor in Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management (2007-2010), on the advisory editorial board of the Journal of Network and Systems Management, and on the editorial board of the KICS/IEEE Journal of Communications and Networks and the Journal on Internet Services and Applications. He also served as in the past as editor for several other journals such as Computer Networks and guest edited special issues for several journals including 3 issues of the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications. He served as the general or program chair for a number of IEEE and IFIP conferences including ICC, Globecom, NOMS, Networking, CCNC, and others. His research interests include network, resource and service management in wired and wireless networks. He has published extensively in these areas and received several journal and conference Best Paper Awards such as the IEEE 2008 Fred W. Ellersick Prize Paper Award, The 2001 KICS/IEEE  Journal on Communications and Networks Best Paper Award, the IM 2007 and 2009 Conferen ce Best Paper Awards, the CNSM 2010 Best Paper Award among others. He also received several other recognitions such as the Premier's Research Excellence Award, two Industry research excellence Awards, a fellowship of the Faculty of Mathematics, a David R. Cheriton faculty fellowship and an outstanding performance award at the University of Waterloo. He has also received the IEEE Communications Society Hal Sobol Award and the IFIP Silver Core in 2007, the IEEE Communications Society Joe LociCero award and the IFIP/IEEE Dan Stokesbury award in 2009.

 

 

Organização

  • FACOM-UFMS
  • UFMS

Promoção

  • SBC
  • LARC

Transportadora Oficial

  • Transportadora Oficial

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