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freeman face Special Lecture for Keio University
"Research for Future Networking"
Peter A. Freeman, Ph.D

Assistant Director of the National Science Foundation for
Computing and Information Science and Engineering (CISE)

Date and Time

May 18th, 2006 (Thursday) 11:10- 12:40

Video and Materials

Lecture Video - 5/19/2006 up
Speech Material (pdf)

Abstract

Current networking architectures and mechanisms have been successful beyond all expectations. Efforts to make the current Internet even better, such as IPv6, are important, but looking ahead ten years or more it is clear that other new structures will be needed. The U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) has started a research effort called FIND to encourage careful experimentation to provide a strong basis for future networking. NSF is also developing plans for an advanced experimental environment called GENI to support networking experimentation.

Internet Broadcasting

This lecture was conducted from DMC studio in Keio University, Tokyo Japan to Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus for undergraduate students and also wider audience through the Internet.


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