Join us for SCinet’s “Innovating the Network
Science” workshop! The first of its kind, INDIS is a Tech
workshop that highlights innovating experiments and
demonstrations on SCinet,
SC’s dedicated high performance research network. SCinet
serves as the platform
for exhibitors to demonstrate the advanced computing resources
of their home
institutions and elsewhere by supporting a wide variety of
applications including supercomputing and cloud computing.
The workshop will showcase both
and Technical Papers highlighting important developments in
networking. With participants from research, industry, and
workshop will discuss topics related to network testbeds,
hardware, protocols, and advanced network intensive scientific
The demo and paper panels will focus on past innovative
network research projects,
describing research from a previous year’s demonstration (such
as the SC13
Network Research Exhibition or the SC12 SCinet Research
Sandbox) or a planned
demonstration from SC14.
When and where?
will be held:
November 16, 2014 at 8:30am in Room
Morial Convention Center, New
information can be found at:
to seeing you there!
Demo presentations will begin
promptly at 9:15
· “Managing Dynamic Networked Cloud
Infrastructure for Data
Driven Scientific Workflows Using Proactive Introspection
Mandal,Claris Castillo, Jeff Chase, Ewa Deelman, Gideon Juve,
Paul Ruth, Mats
Rynge, and Yufeng Xin.
Luuk Hendriks, Aiko Pras,
Ricardo de O. Schmidt, and Ronald van der Pol.
Classification & Graph Analytics for SCinet” by David Ediger, Dan Campbell, and Jason
· “Ohio State University Science DMZ Policy
” by Alex Berryman and Paul Schopis.
· “Application Driven Intelligent Data Movement
for the LHC
” by Harvey Newman, Artur Barcyzk, and Azher
· “Real-time data transfer over 100 Gbps WAN
networks using UDT
based application suite
” by Renuka Arya, Robert
Allison Heath, and Joshua Miller.
presentations will being at 10:30 AM with:
· “OpenFlow Based Multi-Domain VPN Prototype
presented by Ronald van der Pol.
· “Enhancement of GridFTP through Hardware
Mohammad Rashti, Rajkumar
Kettimuthu, and Gerald Sabin.
· “SciPass: a 100Gbps capable secure Science
DMZ using OpenFlow
Pete Moye, Edward Balas, Andrew
· “Tiled Display Wall Enhanced with
OpenFlow-based Dynamic Routing
Functionality Triggered by User Interaction
” by Yasuhiro
Watashibo, Hirotake Abe, Susumu Date, Kohei Ichikawa, Eiji
Kido, Shinji Shimojo, Haruo Takemura, and Hiroaki Yamanaka.
· “Enabling user-centric data-intensive
application deployment in
clouds using the Open Cloud Exchange” by
Cosmin Dumitru, Paola Grosso, R. Koning, Cees
De Laat, and