Israeli Networking Seminar 2009



Hosted by Cisco Israel, Natanya.


Thursday, April 2 2009




You are invited to join us for the 5th Israeli Networking Seminar hosted by Cisco Israel at Natanya. We hope to bring together researchers and technologists in networking and communications from the Israeli Academy and High-Tech industry for a half day seminar on networking.

Participation is free.



11:30 12:30

*** Gathering & Lunch, provided on site ***


12:30  - 12:40

Opening Remarks and greetings

Danny Raz

Ori Gerstel

12:40 - 13:05


The Capacity Allocation Paradox

Isaac Keslassy

The Technion

13:05 - 13:30


On the Exploitation of CDF based Wireless Scheduling

Udi Ben Porat

Tel-Aviv University

13:30 - 13:55


Accelerating Multi-Patterns Matching on Compressed HTTP Traffic

Anat Bremler-Barr


13:55 - 14:20


Topology Design and Control: A Game-Theoretic Perspective

Amir Nahir

The Technion

 14:20 -14:45

***  Coffee   break   ***



14:45 - 15:15


The role of optical networking in IP networks

Ori Gerstel


15:15 - 15:25


Innovations and the Next Generation Networks in the 21st Century Network (21CN) of BT

David Amzallag


15:25 - 15:35


A Statistical Approach to Performance Monitoring in Soft Real-Time Distributed Systems

Danny Bickson

IBM Haifa

15:35 - 15:45


Jitter Buffer Analysis

Boris Oklander

The Technion

15:45 - 15:55


10 Minutes on Wireless Sensor Networks

Baracha Hod

Hebrew University

15:55 - 16:05


The Crosspoint-Queued Switch

Yossi Kanizo

The Technion

 16:05 -16:20

***  Coffee   break   ***



16:20 - 16:40


Competitive Buffer Management with Packet Dependencies

Boaz Patt-Shamir

Tel-Aviv University

16:40 - 17:00


Brahms: Byzantine Resilient Random Membership Sampling

Idit Keidar

The Technion

17:00 - 17:20


SINR Diagrams: Towards Algorithmically Usable SINR Models of Wireless Networks

Erez Kantor


17:20 - 17:40


On Leveraging Partial Pathsin Partially-Connected Networks

Hanoch Levy

Tel-Aviv University



Driving instructions:  1.  see MAP,  2.  Cisco is also close to Beit-Yehoshua train station, 5 minutes taxi ride.

Parking instructions: See the map to get to the corner of Gad Manela and HaMelacha St. (Which is the north end of HaMelacha St.) In that corner enter (to the west) a parking floor which is under the Cisco building. Immediately after the guard turn left (*** ignore the sign "Parking for Minuyim only") and park around pillar 12 or so (AGAIN *** Ignore the sign "Cisco Parking" around pillar 3).  Take the elevator to floor 1 (not Het-1) and enter Cisco.

Address: HaMelacha St, 32. Entrance B, 1st floor, Lotus room.





Former Seminars:

The 1st Seminar Artzi on Networking

The 2nd Seminar Artzi on Networking

The 3rd Seminar Artzi on Networking

The 4th Seminar Artzi on Networking

Looking forward to your participation in the seminar!

Danny Raz - Technion

Ori Gerstel - Cisco