Future Internet: Security, Stability, Transparency

19 - 23 April 2021

Venue: Lorentz Center@Oort

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The Internet was neither designed to support 21st century applications nor was it envisioned to become a fundamental fabric of our societies. The mismatch between current network protocols and network architectures and both their use and expectations creates ever increasing performance, security and privacy problems felt both at the technical level as well as at the societal level. The workshop brings together experts in the areas of computer networking, security and privacy, economics and sociology of the Internet as well as human-computer interactions, to discuss topics such as transparency of network usage, security and stability of components for future architectures, usability of future internet architectures, and economical and social incentives in current and new architectures. The goal of the workshop is to determine which components would be needed in future Internet architectures by bringing together the diverse expertise of the participants. The proposed models would address the current splits and create a coherent system that takes into account the different perspectives, i.e. technical as well as social aspects.

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    Monday 19 April

    09:0010:00 Aririval, registration
    10:0010:15 Introduction by Lorentz Center
    10:1512:00 Welcome and plenary discussion
    12:0014:00 Lunch and informal discussions
    14:0015:00 Working group discussions
    15:0015:30 Tea and coffee break
    15:3016:30 Working group discussions
    17:0018:30 Wine and Cheese party

    Tuesday 20 April

    09:0010:00 Prensentations - Economics in the Internet
    10:0010:30 Tea and coffee break
    10:3011:00 Plenary discussion to identify 6-8 work items
    11:0012:00 Working groups discussions
    12:0014:00 Lunch and informal discussions
    14:0015:00 Working group discussions
    15:0015:30 Tea and coffee break
    15:3016:45 Working group discussions
    16:4517:30 Plenary group reports

    Wednesday 21 April

    09:0010:00 Prensentations - Next generations internet architectures
    10:0010:30 Tea and coffee break
    10:3011:00 Plenary discussion to identify 6-8 work items
    11:0012:00 Working group discussions
    12:0014:00 Lunch and informal discussions
    14:0015:00 Working group discussions
    15:0015:30 Tea and coffee break
    15:3016:45 Working group discussions
    16:4517:30 Plenary group reports
    18:0021:00 Workshop dinner

    Thusday 22 April

    09:0010:00 Prensentations - Human-computer interactions
    10:0010:30 Tea and coffee break
    10:3011:00 Plenary discussion to identify 6-8 work items
    11:0012:00 Working group discussions
    12:0014:00 Lunch and informal discussions
    14:0015:00 Working group discussions
    15:0015:30 Tea and coffee break
    15:3016:45 Working group discussions
    16:4517:30 Plenary group reports

    Friday 23 April

    09:0010:00 Plenary discussion on results from the smaller groups
    10:0011:00 Tea and coffee break
    11:0012:00 Plenary discussion on planning of next steps
    12:0014:00 Lunch and informal discussions
    12:0014:00 Lunch and informal discussions
    14:0014:30 Adjourn
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    Abhishta Abhishta, University of Twente  

    Paola Grosso, University of Amsterdam  

    Joeri de Ruiter, SIDN  


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