NSF Workshop on Fundamental Research in Networking: Future Directions and Visions for Networking Research. Ness B. Shroff School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Network Engineering and Wireless Systems (NEWS) Group Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907 [email protected]
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Ness B. ShroffSchool of Electrical and Computer EngineeringNetwork Engineering and Wireless Systems (NEWS) GroupPurdue University, West Lafayette, IN [email protected]
Mission: Prepare a report on the current state of networking and to articulate a vision for the
future of fundamental research in networking
Fundamental Research was defined as having one or more characteristics of being far-reaching, solid, long-term, paradigm-changing, risk-taking, disruptive, high-impact research that could be funded by a program such as the Network Research program at NSF.
Executive Summary: Findings and Recommendations Directions and Visions for Networking Research
Models of Success
Case studies of networking research successes
Network Innovator’s dilemma
Need for reproducibility and benchmarking
Importance and Impact of Basic Research in Networking
New Applications and Paradigms
Grand Challenges in NetworkingQuick Look at Workshop Report
Focus on selected items from report here …
"Grand Challenges are fundamental problems in science and engineering with potentially broad social, political, economic, and scientific impact that can be advanced by applying high performance computing resources.“
Definition used in Workshop
"As a fundamental problem with broad economic and scientific impact that is currently considered intractable, and whose solution can be advanced by fundamental research."
Meta Grand Challenge
To develop new network theories, architectures, and methodologies that will facilitate the development of the next generation of services and applications
Discuss only first three bullets