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    by Anonymous on Tuesday August 16 2005, @06:41AM (#15913)
    10:15 am       California's Future
        Steve Peace, Cornerstone Strategies,
    Former Director, California Department of Finance &
    Former State Legislator

    10:45 am

    Looking Behind at the Future of Networking
        M. Stuart Lynn
    11:30 am     On the Road to a Gigabit Awards Luncheon
    1:00 pm     On the Road to a Gigabit Award Winners' Presentations
    Moderator: Susan Estrada, CENIC
    Award Winners:
    Partnership — Ultralight Partnership
        Sylvain Ravot, California Institute of Technology
    Community — Behind the Redwood Curtain: The Power of Community Activism in Broadband Deployment
        Tina Nerat, Redwood Technology Consortium
    Education — Educational Telecommunications Network
        Richard Quinones, Los Angeles County Office of Education
    Gigabit or Bust — Desert Sands Gigabit Ethernet
        George Araya, Desert Sands Unified School District
    Innovation — Fontana ACES-Advanced Community & Educational Services-Network
        Janice McClintock, City of Fontana
    Biggest, Fastest in the West — On Demand Infrastructure - A Basis for High Performance Grid Computing
        Patricia Kovatch, San Diego Supercomputer Center
    Gigabit or Bust — Education Applications for a Gigabit Network
        Garett McKay, El Monte Union High School District
    Partnership — George Wright Society's Virtual Trip to Fish Creek
        Joe Von Hermann, California State Parks
    Education — Teaching and Learning Interchange
        Pamela Redmond, University of San Francisco
    3:00 pm     Break
    3:30 pm

    Fiber to Home and Campus Panel
    Moderator: Mike Van Norman, UC Los Angeles
    Next Generation Access
        Ernie Carey, SBC, Vice President - Network Technologies
    University Housing: Proof Point for "Gigabit or Bust"
        Michael Serrano, Alloptic
    5:00 - 6:30 pm     Reception

    Tuesday, March 16
    Time     Event
    8:00 am

    Registration and Exhibits all day
    Breakfast sponsored by Juniper Networks
    8:00 am     Juniper Networks Corporate Briefing:
    Safe at Any Speed
        Marty Schulman, Chief Technologist, Juniper Federal Systems
    8:30 am

    Cisco Systems Corporate Briefing:
    Cisco Initiatives in Education
        Christopher Buja, Deputy Director Academic Research and Technology Initiatives
    9:00 am     Opening Comments
        Tom West, President, CENIC
    9:15 am

    Keynote Address:
    Things That Go Bump on the 'Net - The True Story of the Underground
    Rob Thomas' slides will not be available online.
        Rob Thomas, Team Cymru
    Rob Thomas is the lead researcher for Cymru and information security researcher for Cisco Systems
    10:00 am     Break
    10:30 am

    Network Security Panel
    Moderator: Rodney Joffe, UltraDNS Corporation
    Real-time Blackholing for Security Mitigation
    Michael Sinatra's slides will not be available online.
        Michael Sinatra, UC Berkeley
    The Self-Defending Network
        Matt Krieg, Cisco Systems
    Panel Discussion
        Matt Krieg, Cisco Systems
    Marty Schulman, Juniper Networks
    Michael Sinatra, UC Berkeley
    Rob Thomas, Team Cymru
    12:00 noon     Lunch sponsored by Level 3
    1:30 pm

    Breakout Sessions: Collaborations Track
    Moderator: Mark Crase, CSU Office of the Chancellor
    Transforming Medical Education and Practice Through Technology
        Frank Kroncke, National Health Network
    Violet Macias, SDSU
    Judy Papenhausen, Cal State Los Angeles School of Nursing
    Inter-Regional Grid Enabled Center for High Energy Physics Research and Educational Outreach (CHEPREO)
        Heidi Alvarez, Florida International University
    1:30 pm

    Breakout Sessions: Teaching and Learning Track
    Moderator: Sherilyn Shiotsu Evans, CENIC
    Light Bridge: Online Academic Lesson Interface and Authoring System (ALIAS)
        Brett Christie, Sonoma State University
    Partnering to Advance Academic Excellence in K-12 Education Through High-Quality Video Content
        A. Michael Berman, Cal Poly Pomona
    Peter M. Neal, Annenberg/CPB
    Joan Bissell, Cal Poly Pomona
    1:30 pm

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    Moderator: Phil Reese, Stanford
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        Greg Hidley, UC San Diego
    Building an All-Optical Internet Router
        Joe Touch, ISI
    Distributed Immersive Performance
        Alexander Sawchuk, USC
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    3:30 pm

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    Moderator: John Charles, CSU Hayward
        Lev Gonick, Case Western Reserve University
    Hamid Manteghi, Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority
    3:30 pm

    Breakout Sessions: Teaching and Learning Track
    Moderators: Leann Parker, UCOP & Catherine McKenzie, CCC Chancellor's Office
    Exploratorium.edu on Internet2: Digital Media from a Museum of Science, Art, and Human Perception
        Noah Wittman, Educator Online Network, Exploratorium
    Deborah Hunt, Exploratorium
    UCR/CMP's Web-based Educational and Community Building Innovations
        Georg Burwick, UC Riverside
    Jennifer Frias, UC Riverside
    University of California Television (UCTV): Resources for K-20
        Alison Gang, UCTV
    3:30 pm

    Breakout Sessions: The New Frontier Track
    Moderator: Michael Sinatra, UC Berkeley
    Campus Design Considerations for IPv6
        Charles Smith, Cisco Systems
        Sherilyn Shiotsu Evans, CENIC
    An Example of a High Bandwidth Application: Digital Restoration of Film
        Massimiliano Gasparri, Warner Bros.
    5:00 - 6:30 pm     Reception

    Wednesday, March 17
    Time     Event
    8:00 am     Registration and Exhibits all day
    Breakfast sponsored by SBC
    8:00 am     Corporate Briefing
    8:30 am     Qwest Corporate Briefing:
    Network Convergence
        Rick Pasco, Qwest
    9:00 am     Opening Comments
        Jim Dolgonas, CENIC
    9:15 am     Keynote Address:
    The Biomedical Informatics Research Network: A Merger of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure and Multiscale Brain Research
        Mark Ellisman
    Prof. Ellisman is the director of UCSD's Center for Research in Biological Structure (CRBS)
    10:00 am     Break
    10:30 am     HYDRA: High Definition Live Streaming Architecture
        Roger Zimmermann, IMSC, USC
    11:00 am     International Peering Strategies Panel
    Moderator: Tom West, President, CENIC
        Celeste Anderson, USC
    David J. McGaugh, University of Washington
    Ana Preston, Internet2
    David R. Richardson, University of Washington
    11:30 am     Wrap-up
        Jerry Keith, Conference Chair
    12:00 noon     Lunch sponsored by Cisco Systems
    12:30 - 5:00 pm     HPR-DC Joint TAC Meetings
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    Re:.XXX Meeting in .LA With Live Hollywood Porn St
    by Anonymous on Tuesday August 16 2005, @06:47AM (#15914)
    Looking Behind at the Future of Networking
        M. Stuart Lynn

    Network Security Panel
    Moderator: Rodney Joffe, UltraDNS Corporation
    Real-time Blackholing for Security Mitigation
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