2nd COSMOS Research Community Workshop

October 14, 2020

SESSION 1 – OPENING SESSION

Dipankar Raychaudhuri - Rutgers University

Dipankar Raychaudhuri - Rutgers University

Welcoming remarks

Gil Zussman - Columbia University

Gil Zussman - Columbia University

COSMOS Overview

Alex Sprintson - NSF

Alex Sprintson - NSF

Remarks from NSF

Jim Clarke - NGI Atlantic

Jim Clarke - NGI Atlantic

NGIatlantic.eu: Opportunities for US-EU Experimentation on Next Generation Internet

SESSION 2 – B5G WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY AND MMWAVE

Muriel Medard - Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Muriel Medard - Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Keynote Address: “Guessing Random Additive Noise Decoding (GRAND) “

Mikael Höök - Ericsson

Mikael Höök - Ericsson

Opportunities and Challenges with 5G mmw

Alberto Valdes-Garcia - IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Alberto Valdes-Garcia - IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Millimeter-wave Directional Communications: Challenges, Opportunities and Emerging Capabilities in the COSMOS Testbed

Reinaldo Valenzuela - Nokia Bell–Labs

Reinaldo Valenzuela - Nokia Bell–Labs

Reliable 90% Coverage and Rate Prediction of Urban mmWave Links using New Measurement-based Propagation Models

Dola Saha, University at Albany, SUNY

Dola Saha, University at Albany, SUNY

City–Scale Wireless Testbed: Research Challenges and Expectations from the Research Community

Beatriz Lorenzo - University of Massachusetts

Beatriz Lorenzo - University of Massachusetts

Fog Reinforcement in Dynamic Wireless Networks

SESSION 3 – FUTURE MOBILE NETWORKS AND EDGE CLOUD

Prashant Shenoy - University of Massachusetts

Prashant Shenoy - University of Massachusetts

Keynote Address: “Towards Special-purpose Edge Computing”

Marco Ruffini - Trinity College Dublin

Marco Ruffini - Trinity College Dublin

Optical Transport Challenges in Supporting Low Latency, Dense Cells and New MEC Arch.

K.K. Ramakrishnan - University of California – Riverside

K.K. Ramakrishnan - University of California – Riverside

Network Function Virtualization & Application to Architecture and Protocols of Cellular Networks

Rafa Figueiredo - CPQD – Optical Technologies

Rafa Figueiredo - CPQD – Optical Technologies

Optical Technologies at CPQD: Facing the Challenges to Support Future Networks in Brazil

Bob Lantz - University of Arizona

Bob Lantz - University of Arizona

Virtual/Emulated COSMOS x-haul with Mininet-Optical

Saptarshi Debroy - Hunter College (CUNY)

Saptarshi Debroy - Hunter College (CUNY)

Mobile Edge Resource Management for Future Smart Disaster Response: Challenges and Directions

Zoran Kostic - Columbia University

Zoran Kostic - Columbia University

Object Detection in Smart City Intersections: Real-time Considerations