[icnrg] IETF-111 Side Meeting : Routing research challenges arising from evolving beyond and revitalizing the Internet

Dirk Trossen <dirk.trossen@huawei.com> Tue, 20 July 2021 09:43 UTC

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Dear all,



There will be a side meeting for IETF-111 to try to bring some important research material to IETF participants who have not had the chance to catch up with it. The intention is to seed discussion of what needs to be researched in routing as the Internet evolves, and highlight how networking research should be done.



We think that this will be of interest to those of you following the main topics of Semantic Addressing and Routing research.



The agenda is:

1.            Introduction and opening remarks  : 5 minutes

2.            Revitalizing the Public Internet by Making it Extensible : Scott

Shenker (Berkeley) : 20 minutes

3.            The Evolution of the Interplanetary Internet : Scott Burleigh

(IPNSIG.org) : 20 minutes

4.            Routing on Multiple Optimality Criteria : João Sobrinho (University

of Lisbon) : 20 minutes

5.            Open discussion on "Routing research challenges arising from

evolving beyond and revitalizing the Internet" : 25 minutes



This picks up three recent pieces of work:

- https://www.cs.princeton.edu/~jrex/papers/ei21.pdf

-

https://nanog.org/news-stories/nanog-tv/keynotes/keynote-the-evolution-of-th

e-interplanetary-internet/

- https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/3387514.3405864



This 90 minute side meeting can be seen on the IETF-111 wiki at https://trac.ietf.org/trac/ietf/meeting/wiki/111sidemeetings.



It will run on line on Wednesday 28th July at 10am PDT (17.00 UTC, 18.00

BST) using Webex via

https://htf-paris.my.webex.com/htf-paris.my-en/j.php?MTID=m9afa3695890745e76

7a666a27d6cd164



This is an open meeting and everyone is welcome. You don't have to register for the IETF meeting to attend, although we hope you'll find what is going on at IETF-111 (https://www.ietf.org/how/meetings/111/) sufficiently interesting to want to be part of that, too.


Follow-up discussions can happen on the SARAH mailing list, which has been established for this purpose and routing discussions in general (SARAH@jiscmail.ac.uk<mailto:SARAH@jiscmail.ac.uk>), while there is also a wiki capturing the discussion at https://github.com/danielkinguk/sarah/wiki.

Best,

Dirk