The  5rd  International Workshop

on Telecommunication Networking, Applications and Systems

in conjunction with AINA2011  Biopolis, Singapore, March 22 - 25, 2011


Network technologies are in continuous evolution and the usages of the Internet are more pervasive than ever before. Versatile IT is booming and they must be supported by network.  Therefore, all areas of telecommunication and communication industry, for instance, networking, applications, services and systems are influenced by this technology trend. This workshop will encourage researchers, professionals and engineers to present their new researches, ideas, and best practices in relevant areas of telecommunications and communication networking, application and systems. It aims to strengthen relations between the communications research groups, industry and universities. The topics of interest include but are not limited to following:


● Mobile Internet Networking & Applications

 Broadband Networking & Applications

● Wireless, Ad hoc, Networks & Applications

● IP Networking & Applications

● Digital Home Networking & Applications

● Next Generation Networks,  Fixed-Mobile Convergence

● Network Planning , Operation and Management

● Network/Communication Strategy

● Emerging Technological Development in Data Communication

● Traffic Engineering, Measurement and Modeling

● Network Protocols and Algorithms:Design, Analysis, Implementation

●Deep Packet Inspection
●Internet QoS and Security
●Wireless Mesh Network
Future Network Management Trends, Applications and Network Automation

Next Gernaeration OSS architecture and Applications

Service, Process and Information Models
● Advanced Software and System Engineering
●Cloud Computing,  SaaS, PaaS, IaaS


Special session: “Research and Development on Next Generation Future Internet Technologies

Because current Internet architecture is hard to meet the new demands of scalability, security, and performance, several projects are initiated in US, Europe and Asia that study on the redesign of Future Internet. Such new architecture will enable programmable networks and support network virtualization for cloud computing environment. Meanwhile, with the exhaustion of IPv4 address, we need not only care about the transition to IPv6, but also the promotion, deployment, and applications of IPv6. The special session seeks papers describing contributions from research and development to the field of IPv6 and Future Interenet technologies. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:


                - Future Internet testbed or deployment

                - Network virtualization and cloud computing

                - IPV6 deployment and applications

                - IPv4-IPv6 transition and translation
                - Advenced optical switching technology (optical burst switching, optical packet switching, and lighttrail)

                - Passive optical networks (EPON, GPON)


Proposed by Dr. Liu Te-Lung (tlliu@nchc.org.tw) ,

National Center for High-Performance Computing  http://www.nchc.org.tw


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Steering Committee Co-Chairs

Madjid Merabti, Liverpool John Moores University, UK 
Timothy K. Shih,  National Central University, Taiwan 

General Chairs

Rubem Pereira, Liverpool John Moores University, UK

 Jeu-Yih  Jeng, ChungHwa Telecom, Taiwan

Program Co-Chairs

Teh-Sheng Huang, ChungHwa Telecom, Taiwan

Hong-Bin Chiou,  ChungHwa Telecom, Taiwan

Program Committee

Min-Huang Ku, ChungHwa Telecom, Taiwan
Minoru Uehara, Toyo University, Japan

Pi-Chung Wang, Ntnl. Chun-Hsing U. Taiwan

Benxiong Huang, Huazhong U. China
Shih-Hao Chang, Network Benchmarking Lab, NCTU, Taiwan 

Irfan Awan, University of Bradford, UK

Tan-Hsu Tan, Ntnl Taipei U of Tech, Taiwan

Ping-Tsai Chung, Long Island U. USA

Ming-Chi Lee, Ntnl Ping-Tung Inst., Taiwan

Antonio Liotta, University of Essex, UK

Geyong Min, University of Bradford, UK

 Sheng-Ping Bill L, Cisco Networks, USA

Ho-Jin Choi, KAIST, Korea

Chia-Chang Hsiao, National Central U. Taiwan.

Kin Fun Li, U. of Victora, Canada

Frank Ball, University of Bournemouth, UK

Karim Djemame, University of Leeds, UK

Ella Grishikashvili, Edge Hill University, UK

Shih-Hao Chang, LVPL John Moores U., UK

Lawrence Deng, St John's University, Taiwan

Paul Fergus, LVPL John Moores U., UK
Fang-Sun Lu, ChungHwa Telecom, Taiwan

Omar Abuelma'atti, LVPL John Moores U, UK

Junyang Zhou, Baptist U, Hong Kong

Stefan Wallin, Data Ductus, Sweden

Teh-Lung Liu, NCHC, Taiwan

Ming-Hsiu Wu, ChungHwa Telecom, Taiwan
Chaing-Peng Chung, Ntnl Normal U., Taiwan


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Papers should be formatted in a two-column IEEE Computer Society format (URL: http://computer.org/cspress/instruct.htm) and should not exceed 6 pages including figures and references. Papers should be sent to tshuang@cht.com.tw,  R.Pereira@ljmu.ac.uk,

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   ●  Paper Submission :   Sep. 15   2010    Oct.  15   2010

   ●  Author  Notification :    Nov.  01  2010

   ●  Author  Registration :     Dec. 3  2010

   ●  Final Manuscript :        Dec.  3. 2010


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Bank transfer details are also available on aina website


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For further information regarding the workshop and paper submission, please contact Program Chairs.
Pereria Rubem, R.Pereira@ljmu.ac.uk,
Teh-Sheng Huang, tshuang@cht.com.tw

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