8~11 September 1986
47 Participants(Total), 10 Participants(Asia)
Table of Contents - Draft
Monday Sept 8
15:30 - 19:30 Registration at hotel.
Tuesday Sept 9
08:00 - 09:30 Registration.
09:00 Welcome, Meeting Schedule & Administrative Business.
09:30 Networking Project Updates (various countries)
09:30 US update (Steve Wolffe)
09:50 Australia (Robert Elz)
10:10 Asia (Kilnam Chon)
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 Networking Project Updates (continued).
11:20 Ean (Alf Hansen / John Demco).
11:40 RARE (Kees Neggers).
12:00 COSINE (Nick Newman).
14:30 Status Report: Naming & Domains (Piet Beerteman).
14:45 Status Report: Gateways & Network Management.
Charging and Cost-sharing (Jacob Palme).
15:00 Status Report: Directory Services in MHS (Tommy Ericson).
15:15 Status Report: Information Gathering for Networking (Michael Purser) .
15:30 Tea. Break.
16:00 Status Report: CSnet (Dave Farber) .
16:15 Status Report: Worldwide high-speed links (Larry Landweber) .
17:15 Formation of working groups.
17:30 Adjourn for the day.
20:30 Irish Cultural Evening.
Wednesday Sept 10
09:00 Working Group meetings.
10:30 Coffee Break.
11:00 Working Group meetings.
14:30 Working Group meetings.
15:30 Tea Break.
16:00 Reports from the working groups.
19:30 Dinner at hotel.
Keynote Speech (Dennis Jennings).
Thursday Sept 11
09:00 Panel discussion - current problems, future opportunities.
10:30 Coffee Break.
11:00 Plans for ongoing activities.
12:00 End of Workshop.
Proposed Working Groups
The revised working groups based on the suggestions of the participants are:
A. Future service (value-added) international network.
B. Making e-mail services work for end-users.
C. Network protocols and application protocols.
D. X400/MHS and directory services.
 J. Harms, The SWITCH Network, 14 August 1986.
 W. Zorn, Erster chinesuscher X.25 dialog mit der Universitaet Karlsruhe, 28 August 1986.
 Lawrence Landweber, et al., "Research Computer Networks and Their Interconnection," IEEE, 1986.
 Dennis Jenning, et al., "Computer Networking for Scientists," Science, AAAS, 11 September 1986.
 UNInet,The Indonesian Inter-University Computer Network, August 1986.
 OSI Diagram (handwritten).
 Lu Xiaocun, The development of online information retrieval services in the People's Republic of China, Online Review, 1986.
 Editorial Note: RARE, Computer Compacts, July/August 1986.
 CEC, The RACE Programme of the CEC, 12 December 1985.
 M. Dunn, Adopting E-Mail: A Commercial Viewpoint, 6 September 1986.
 Ira Fuchs, et al., Summary Proposal to NSF: Experiments with TCP/IP and Related Protocols in BITNET.
 R.J. Kummerfeld, The Australian Computer Science Network Project.[presentation material]
 Gerrit Henken and Peter Kaufmann, Deutsches Forschungsnets - DFN -A Brief Description of the Project, August 1986.
 REUNIR, French Academic and Research Network, July 1986.
 Results of discussion in Bonn, 19 February 1986.
 CEC, European conformance testing service for information technology and telecommunications, 20 February 1986.
 SURFnet, Introduction to SURFnet.
 North-Holland, Feature Interview; David Lord on the European Academic Research Network(EARN), 10 March 1986.
 Christian Huitema, The ARISTOTE association.
 Jacob Palme, Charging and accounting in academic computer networks, Revised: 25 August 1986.
 Notes from the working group on X.400/MHS, directory services and group communication.
 International Internetworking - Current Status .[hand written]
 D. Farber, et al., CSNET Summary Report prepared for the Dublin Meeting, September 1986.
 D. Oberst and S.B. Smith, BITNET: Past, Present and Future, EDUCOM Bulletin, Summer 1986.
 Ahmed Patel, Invitation to the 1986 International Academic Network Workshop in Dublin, Ireland, 9~11 September 1986.
 Participant List: Name, Address, E-Mail, Phone.[hand written]
 David Lord, EARN, European Academic and Research Network.
 ECFA, Status report and recommendations, February 1986.
 Summary of RARE's outline plan for the EUREKA COSINE Project, 12 June 1986.
 SINTEF, RUNIT, Documentation of the R&D MHS service.
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