IANW '86

IANW
Dublin
8~11 September 1986

47 Participants(Total), 10 Participants(Asia)


Table of Contents - Draft

A. Agenda

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).

                           11:00 EARN/BITNET (Dan Oberst).

                           11:20 Ean (Alf Hansen / John Demco).

                           11:40 RARE (Kees Neggers).

                           12:00 COSINE (Nick Newman).

                           12:20 Discussion.

12:45                   Lunch.

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) .

16:30                   Discussion.

17:15                   Formation of working groups.

17:30                   Adjourn for the day.

19:00                   Dinner.

20:30                   Irish Cultural Evening.

 

Wednesday Sept 10

09:00                   Working Group meetings.

10:30                   Coffee Break.

 

11:00                   Working Group meetings.

12:30                   Lunch.

14:30                   Working Group meetings.

15:30                   Tea Break.

16:00                   Reports from the working groups.

17:00                   Discussion.

17:30                   Adjourn.

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.

12:30                   Lunch.


 

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.



B. Articles

[1] J. Harms, The SWITCH Network, 14 August 1986.

[2] W. Zorn, Erster chinesuscher X.25 dialog mit der Universitaet Karlsruhe, 28 August 1986.

[3] Lawrence Landweber, et al., "Research Computer Networks and Their Interconnection," IEEE, 1986.

[4] Dennis Jenning, et al., "Computer Networking for Scientists," Science, AAAS, 11 September 1986.

[5] RUNIT, Status for the Norwegian University Network (UNINETT).

[6]  UNInet,The Indonesian Inter-University Computer Network, August 1986.

[7] OSI Diagram (handwritten).

[8] Lu Xiaocun, The development of online information retrieval services in the People's Republic of China, Online Review, 1986.

[9] Editorial Note: RARE, Computer Compacts, July/August 1986.

[10] CEC, The RACE Programme of the CEC, 12 December 1985.

[11] M. Dunn, Adopting E-Mail: A Commercial Viewpoint, 6 September 1986.

[12] Ira Fuchs, et al., Summary Proposal to NSF: Experiments with TCP/IP and Related Protocols in BITNET.

[13] R.J. Kummerfeld, The Australian Computer Science Network Project.[presentation material]

[14] Gerrit Henken and Peter Kaufmann, Deutsches Forschungsnets - DFN -A Brief Description of the Project, August 1986.

[15] REUNIR, French Academic and Research Network, July 1986.

[16] Results of discussion in Bonn, 19 February 1986.

[17] CEC, European conformance testing service for information technology and telecommunications, 20 February 1986.

[18] SURFnet, Introduction to SURFnet.

[19] North-Holland, Feature Interview; David Lord on the European Academic Research Network(EARN),  10 March 1986.

[20] Christian Huitema, The ARISTOTE association.

[21] Jacob Palme, Charging and accounting in academic computer networks, Revised: 25 August 1986.

[22] Michel Audoux, Recent development of the European community policy to promote a harmonized implementation of OSI Standards.

[23] CSIRO, Division of Information Technology.

[24] Notes from the working group on X.400/MHS, directory services and group communication.

[25] CEC, The Information Exchange System(IES) for the European Strategic Program for R & D in Information Technology - ESPRIT, 27 June 1986.

[26] International Internetworking - Current Status .[hand written]

[27] D. Farber, et al., CSNET Summary Report prepared for the Dublin Meeting, September 1986.

[28] K. Chon, National and regional computer networks for academic and research communities in the Pacific region, 1985.

[29] D. Oberst and S.B. Smith, BITNET: Past, Present and Future, EDUCOM Bulletin, Summer 1986.

[30] Ahmed Patel, Invitation to the 1986 International Academic Network Workshop in Dublin, Ireland, 9~11 September 1986.

[31] Introduction to GRAND conferenceing system.

[32] Participant List: Name, Address, E-Mail, Phone.[hand written]

[33] David Lord, EARN, European Academic and Research Network.

[34] ECFA, Status report and recommendations, February 1986.

[35] Summary of RARE's outline plan for the EUREKA COSINE Project, 12 June 1986.

[36] SINTEF, RUNIT, Documentation of the R&D MHS service.




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