US-China Cyberinfrastructure
Collaboration Initiative


October 24-26
Kunshan, China


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On behalf of the Computer Network Information Center of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CNIC, CAS), the co sponsors CERNET and Internet 2, and the co-host Duke Kunshan University, we are very happy to express that it is our privilege to invite you to attend the 18th annual CANS (Chinese-Amercian Networking Symposium) hosted by CNIC on October 24-26, 2017 at the Duke Kunshan University in Kunshan, China. 

See more at the Host Website


Keynote Presentations

For E-science to data-driven discovery (3.9 MB)

Mingqi Chen

CERNET and CERNET2 Update and Future Plan (2.5 MB)

Xing Li

Why Global IT (1.2 MB)

Len Peters

China Science and Technology Cloud (3.0 MB)

Jun Li

40K Television (4.1 MB)

David Brady


Parallel Session 1 - Advanced Networking and Technology

China Science and Technology Cloud Testbed (3.6 MB)

Yongmao Ren

Evolution of the Internet2 Network (1.4 MB)

Dale Finkelson

Pacific Wave Update (1.7 MB)

David Reese

Next Generation Software Defined Services and the Global Research Platform (11.1 MB)

Joe Mambretti


Parallel Session 2: CIO Issues and collaboration

Session Introduction (902.2 KB)


Parallel Session 3: Trusted and IAM Frameworks for Collaboration

Brief introduction of the session (303.4 KB)

Eduroam & Identity Federation Development in CERNET (3.0 MB)

Ping Chen

Consolidated Privilege Management and Authorization for Loosely-Hierarchical Organizations (647.8 KB)

Jingqiang Lin

Why TIER (602.3 KB)

Dean Lane


Session: Technical Discussion

Jisc's Global Reach (717.7 KB)

Esther Wilkinson, Bayou Wang


Session: Transnational Education

Transnational Education (1.3 MB)

Esther Wilkinson, Urszula Chomicka, William Wan