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Making the Most of Mobile

Workshop in Cambridge University on 24 September 2012

We plan to have a workshop on Internet on the Move on Monday Sep 24 in Cambridge, 9am-6pm in the Computer Laboratory.

The high level purpose is to end up sharing information to see how to achieve better performance for the mobile wireless user by looking at a variety of technical improvements, including bonding and merging of services through a range of techniques at all layers of the protocol stack.

The outcome should be to evaluate user, technical or business barriers, and if so, how they can be overcome. Stakeholders from industry (equipment and service providers, as well as the measurement community), academia, regulators and users are invited.

The goal is to mix these technology companies, researchers and ideas together covering the three obvious broad themes:

Users Applications and

Business Ranging from "free" (paid by advertising, council, brokered) to paid-for multi-SIM operation

The format of the day will be to alternate speaker sessions in the lecture room ( 4 sessions of 2-3 talks each ) with poster/demo sessions - ending the day with an industry led panel.

We expect anywhere from 25-100 people. If you are interested in participating as attendee or contributor, please e-mail:

jon.crowcroft@cl.cam.ac.uk or arjuna.sathiaseelan@gmail.com
Sponsored by The Computer Laboratory of Cambridge University and Horizon

Programme and Timetable
9:00 Registration and Coffee
10:00 Welcome and Introduction, Professor Jon Crowcroft
10:15 User Requirements for Mobile Computing, Rufus Greenbaum

10:30 Network Optimisations
Alan Tait, Stream Communications
10:45 Cellular and M2M Communications
William Webb/Steven Wenham, REUL
11:00 Home Networks
Richard Mortier, Nottingham University
11:15 Panel Discussion
11:30 Coffee

Wireless Network Enhancements
11:45 Ubiquitous Mobility Challenges Konstantina Papagiannaki, Telefonica
12:00 Cellular and Wireless Offloading Pan Hui, T-Mobile
12:15 Panel Discussion
12:30 Lunch, Posters and Demos

Mobile Access Routers
13:30 Routers for Real-time mobile video Simon Kissel, CEO, Viprinet GmbH
13:45 OpenGarden – Share Your Mobile Internet Stanislav Salunov, CTO, OpenGarden
14:00 Panel Discussion Applications andBusiness
14:15 Horizon Scanning and Overview, Professor Jon Crowcroft
14:30 Video Conferencing Apps, Mark Calkin, MBCTech
14:45 Panel Discussion
15:00 Coffee, Posters and Demos

Summary andNext Steps

15:30 Open Discussion

17:00 Posters and Demos

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