US-China Cyberinfrastructure
Collaboration Initiative

CANS2014

September 15-17
New York City, New York, USA

 

Group Photo Download (1.6 MB)

 

New York University (NYU) is proud to be the official host of the 2014 Chinese American Network Symposium (CANS). Next year’s symposium will build on the rich Internet2 US-China Collaboration Initiative, a multi-year, multi-path collaboration program between U.S. and Chinese researchers, scientists, educators, and leaders in higher education. The program will bring them together to discuss key issues regarding network deployment, global cyberinfrastructure, and interoperability in support of research and education in the US and China, with the likelihood of enhancing international collaborations in a broad range of disciplines.

Host Website

 

CANS2014 Handbook (7.8 MB)

 

Keynote Presentations

 

Advanced Cyberinfrastructure and Networking at NSF (6.1 MB)

 Kevin Thompson, NSF

Network for High-Energy Physics Collaborations (20.0 MB)

 Gang Chen, Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

 

SDN/Future Internet

 

Inter-domain, SDN, SDX, and NDN (Named Data Networking) (3.0 MB)

 John Hicks, Internet2

Sea-Cloud Innovation Environment (SCIE) (5.2 MB)

 Junling You, Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Science

An Inter-domain SDN Testbed and its Fine-grained Routing Application Demonstration (2.9 MB)

 Jun Bi, Tsinghua University/CERNET

 

Federated Identity Management

 

The Interoperation between CASIDP and InCommon etc (1.5 MB)

 Jiwu Jing/Ji Xiang, Institute of Information Engineering, Chinese Academy of Science/State Key Laboratory of Information Security

CARSI and Its New Progress (335.8 KB)

 Ping Chen/Hao Ma, Peking University

InCommon-Ten Years Old and Still Growing! (952.3 KB)

 Steven Carmody, Brown University

Reducing Friction in Federated Authentication (173.3 KB)

 Jacob Farmer, Indiana University

 

IPv6 Measurement

 

CERNET Traffic Update (1.1 MB)

 Joseph Lappa, Indiana University

Towards an Open Measurement Network for IPv6 (856.5 KB)

 Jilong Wang, Tsinghua University/Alan Whinery, University of Hawaii

IPv6 Measurement in CSTNET (1.2 MB)

 Chunjing Han, CSTNET, CNIC, Chinese Academy of Sciences

TCP Performance and Diagnostics: Optimizing for High Performance Networks (612.0 KB)

 Chris Rapier, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

 

CIO/University Technology Organization  and Management

 

Speeding Up on Curves (13.5 MB)

 Brad Wheeler, Indiana University

NET+: A Cloud Services Strategy for Research & Education Networks (5.6 MB)

 Shelton Waggener, Internet2

How to Analyze the Quality of Online Learning (6.6 MB)

 Guozhen Jiang, Open University of China

 

Scientific Research Collaboration

 

Time Critical Remote Collaboration to Support Fusion Experiments (4.5 MB)

 D.P. Schissel, General Atomics

Evolving the Global Network Architecture (10.3 MB)

 James Williams, Internet2/ Xing Li, CERNET

Focusing on Building the Research Team: Our Model of Collaboration between Indiana University and Harbin Engineering University (2.4 MB)

 Yunlong Liu, Indiana University

Information Technology and Networks for Enhancing Collaboration between China and US Scientists in the Field of Cancer and Nanotechnology (2.8 MB)

 Ed Johansen, UCLA

Advanced Network Infrastructure Critical Element for Biomedical Research (682.6 KB)

 Mike Gill, Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications

The Benefits and Challenges in Global Meteorological Satellite Data Sharing (3.6 MB)

 Ninghai Sun/Fuzhong Weng, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

 

Closing Remarks

 

15 Years of Collaboration: Looking Back, Looking Forward (18.7 MB)

 Don Riley, University of Maryland, College Park