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RICC-RIEC workshop 2019

Regional Inter-Cloud sub-Committee (RICC) which is one of the sub-committee of Internet Technology 163th Research Committee (ITRC) in Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) will convene a joint workshop with Research Institute of Electrical Communication in Tohoku University (RIEC) on December. RICC-RIEC workshop have been organized since 2015 supported by RIEC collaborative project. The technical program includes one keynote address and several research presentations.

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2019年12月16日
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Regional Inter-Cloud sub-Committee (RICC) which is one of the sub-committee of Internet Technology 163th Research Committee (ITRC) in Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) will convene a joint workshop with Research Institute of Electrical Communication in Tohoku University (RIEC) on December. RICC-RIEC workshop have been organized since 2015 supported by RIEC collaborative project. The technical program includes one keynote address and several research presentations.

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  • Date: Mon. 16 Dec. 2019 10:00~ (UTC+0900)
  • Venue: Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University (map) 1F Open Seminar Room (M153)
  • Fee: Free (exclude banquet)
  • Registration: [TBD]
  • Sponsor: RICC, ITRC, JSPS, RIEC, Tohoku University
  • Contact: sec [at] ricc.itrc.net

program

  • 9:00 - 10:00 Breakfast meeting
  • 10:00 - 11:30 General Session 1
    • Hiroki Kashiwazaki (National Institute of Informatics): [TBD]
      abstract: [TBD]
    • Kohei Ichikawa (Nara Institute of Scienc and Technology): [TBD]
      abstract: [TBD]
    • [TBD] (TBD): [TBD]
      abstract: [TBD]
  • 11:30 - 12:30 Lunch
  • 12:30 - 13:30 Invited Talk
    • JongWon Kim (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology): [TBD]
      abstract: [TBD]
  • 13:30 - 13:45 Coffee break
  • 13:45 - 15:15 General Session 2 (RIEC)
    • Shao Xun (Kitami Insitute of Technology): Online Optimization of Orchestration for Distributed Edge Cloud Network
      abstract: In this work, we identify and analyze the complicated interaction of computing resource allocation and data placement for distributed edge cloud networks, and present a joint optimization framework that works with online manner. The proposed method achieves provable performance without knowing any future knowledge of the system.
    • Gen Kitagata (Tohoku University): Autopoiesis computing: agent-based service generation for IoT.
      abstract: Autopoiesis is a concept that a component self-organizes and creates itself and it can function alone and also cooperate with other components. As the next-generation computing platform for IoT, we aim to establish basic technology for autopoiesis computing in which various IoT devices autonomously compose services. We are promoting research and development of autopoiesis computing infrastructure that will be a software platform.
    • AMRIZAL, Muhammad Alfian (Tohoku University): A Markov Model-based Optimization Method of Data Transfer Rate for Faulty Wireless Sensor Networks.
      abstract: Wireless Sensor Networks typically consist of failure-prone sensor nodes (SN) and more reliable sink nodes (SK). To prevent data loss due to hardware failures, the data stored in SNs' memory must be regularly transferred to SKs. Since data transfer is generally a power-hungry activity, it is crucial to adjust the data transfer rate carefully. In this work, we propose a method to optimize the data transfer rate based on a Markov Model and discuss its optimality under various failure scenarios.
  • 15:15 - 15:30 Wrap up