Network evolution has lately been led by new mobile technologies (5G/6G), edge-centric computation, and artificial intelligence. The protection of critical data as well as guaranteeing various stringent service requirements such as very high throughput, ultra-low latency, high availability, and security, are some of the challenges faced by network operators, which are also addressed in this workshop.
The workshop is proposed by the CELTIC-Next flagship project AI-NET PROTECT (Providing Resilient & secure networks [Operating on Trusted Equipment] to CriTical infrastructures), which aims at providing automated resilience and security for networks operated on trusted equipment, critical infrastructures, and enterprises. During the workshop, different case studies on network automation and machine learning performed in the frame of the project will be discussed.
The workshop will consist of 7 short presentations given by the representatives from Network operators, system providers, and academia, and will finish with a panel discussion.
Time: Tuesday, June 29, 13:30-15:30 CET
If you want to attend this workshop, please register for the conference. The registration is free of charge for attendees.
Once registered for the conference, you can register for this workshop through this link. Please use the same email as in your EDAS registration.
The full conference program is also available.
- Carmen Mas-Machuca, TUM, Germany
- Lena Wosinska, CTH, Sweden
Talks and Speakers
AI-NET Umbrella introduction to the automation topic
Achim Autenrieth, ADVA, Germany
Open disaggregated networks, TIP view
Stefan Melin, Telia Company, Sweden
AI-assisted Network operations
Daniel Henriksson (Lunet) and Johan Sandell (Waystream)
Automated Network & Service Management and Telemetry
David Hock, Infosim, Germany
To PROTECT optical fibres from eavesdropping
Stefan Karlsson, FMV, Sweden
Data Marketplaces for the Realization of Autonomous Networks: Opportunities and Challenges
Behnam Shariati, HHI, Germany
Automation in IoT security
Joost Adriaanse, TNO, Nederlands
ONDM 2021 will host several other workshops. Visit the complete list of workshops for more information.
ONDM 2021 will also feature an interactive and dynamic program comprising keynotes, tutorials, and invited talks, as well as high-quality contributed talks, ONDM 2021 will serve as a platform to divulge into hot and emerging areas of optical networking. Visit our programme page for more information.
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