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Sunday, July 21
 

2:00pm

Asi@Connect Steering Committee Meeting (Closed)
Activity Co-ordinator
BK

ByungKyu Kim

Executive Officer, TEIN*CC

Sunday July 21, 2019 2:00pm - 5:30pm
Le Méridien Putrajaya Hotel Lebuh IRC IOI Resort City, 62502 Putrajaya, Selangor, Malaysia
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience Invitees Only
 
Monday, July 22
 

9:00am

[CLOSED] The 6th Asi@Connect Governors' Meeting
Asi@Connect Governors' Meeting, There will be reports from the Asi@Connect Steering Committee and TEIN*CC about the key implementation activities and financial matters during the relevant reporting periods of the Asi@Connect Project. Discussions on the matter of various sustainability issues for the next phase of the Asi@Connect Project will be followed.

Activity Co-ordinator
BK

ByungKyu Kim

Executive Officer, TEIN*CC

Monday July 22, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia

9:00am

APAN Research Workshop 2019 - Keynote speech and SDN
Objectives :

The APAN (Asia Pacific Advanced Network) Research Workshop 2019 (APAN-RW 2019), to be held as a part of the 48th APAN Putrajaya, Malaysia meeting, will be the sixteenth event in the series (started from 2004 Cairns Meeting as APAN Network Research Workshop). Graduate students and researchers from Asia-Pacific and elsewhere gather in this one-day workshop to discuss their work in progress and visions for research activities. The goal of this event is to provide the venue for exchanging research ideas, best practices, and real-life applications in the broad field of all working groups under APAN.

Session Chair : TeckChaw Ling , University of Malaya, Malaysia

Agenda :

Download Proceedings of the APAN Research Workshop 2019

1. The Significant Advancement and the Future of SD WAN  - Mark Verbloot , Aruba Networks

2. Evaluation of wide-area distributed services by SDN-FIT system
Hiroki Kashiwazaki (NII, Japan), Shinnosuke Miura (Osaka Univ., Japan), Hiroki Takakura (NII, Japan), and Shinji Shimojo (Osaka Univ., Japan)

Related Sessions :

APAN Research Workshop 2019 - Keynote speech and SDN
Monday July 22nd, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN Research Workshop 2019 - Networking and Cloud
Monday July 22nd, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN Research Workshop 2019 - Medical and others
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2

Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Dr. Yoshiaki Kasahara

Dr. Yoshiaki Kasahara

Assistant Professor, Kyushu University
Yoshiaki Kasahara received the Dr. of Engineering degree from Department of Computer Science and Communication Engineering, Kyushu University in 1996. After that, he has been Assistant Professor at Research Institute for Information Technology, formerly Computer Center in Kyushu University... Read More →


Monday July 22, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Mini Auditorium 2
  • Organization Other, Working Group
  • Target Audience Researchers, Scientists, Network Engineers, Students
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 50

9:00am

Medical WG: Technology Session
Objectives :
Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Session Chair : Ti-Chuang Chiang , National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Agenda :

Customize telemedicine application is develop based on specific user requirements that involve development to suit surgeon or doctor requirements such as screen arrangements view and additional information like Xray and medical records

  1. Custom Telemedicine System    
  2. Future Smart OR

Related Sessions :

Monday July 22nd, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Dental Session
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Rural Healthcare Session
Monday July 22nd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Tele-health Session
Monday July 22nd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Russia-Endoscopy Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Jimper-Surgery Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Aig-Endoscopy Session
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Test Session
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: HPB Session
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Internal Medical Session
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: ECE-Endoscopy Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 1​​​
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 2​​​
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: MIS Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Ophthalmology Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Remote Healthcare Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 3​​​






Activity Co-ordinator
RY

Ryoko Yoshida

Medical WG secretariat, TEMDEC, Kyushu University Hospital

Monday July 22, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Mini Auditorium 1
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Medical doctors/Co-medicals /Engineers/Researchers
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

9:00am

IAM Task Force Training - The Federation Operator
Objectives: 
Increase awareness of the tools, services and activities expected to be provided by a successful national federation providing authentication / authorization services to its members. These training sessions will focus on the following topics sharing the knowledge and experiences of existing and new formed regional federations.

  • How we sign federation metadata
  • Which federation registry do you use, (Jagger) (…and how do you use it?)
  • Platforms for IdPs, How to you train people to install/admin it?
  • Platforms for SPs, How to you train people to install/admin it?
  • Marketing and Communications for your Federation
Session Chairs: 
Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation

Agenda:
01. Roll Call - Brook Schofield, GÉANT Association
Backfire project roll call

02. Overview of the Backfire Program for APN48 - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
An overview of the backfire training activities and meetings that will occur during APAN48 in Malaysia

03. Federation Architectures - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
A brief discussion on the different type of federation architectures that have been deployed globally. We will identify their strengths and weaknesses, the effort involved in deploying and maintaining and their future directions. Architectures include Mesh, Hub and Spoke, Hybrid and Multi-Protocol.

04. Tools to support Federation Operators - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
The main output of the operator of an identify is trusted metadata. There are a number of open-source tools that will simplify the curtation of federation entities and the creation of signed federation metadata. We will discuss available options and the choices that have been made by federation operators in the APAN region.

05. Discovery Service - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
What is a discovery service, does your federation need to provide a centralized DS and what open-source options options are available. We we also investigate what options have already been deployed by federation operators in the APAN region.

Related Sessions:

Monday, July 22nd, 11:00am - 12:30pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Adding Identities to your Federation

Monday, July 22nd, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Identity and Access Management for the Campus

Monday, July 22nd, 3:30pm - 5:00pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Adding Services to your Federation

Monday, July 22nd, 5:00pm - 6:00pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Communication Foundations

Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Terry Smith

Terry Smith

Chair, APAN IAM Task Force, Australian Access Federation
Terry Smith is responsible for the ongoing operation of the federation and for providing support and training activities to the AAF subscriber community. Terry is an experienced IT professional who has been working in Identity and Access Management in the tertiary sector for more... Read More →

Speakers


Monday July 22, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Room 01

9:00am

Multi-country Multimedia Collaboration
The Asi@Connect project on Multi-country Multimedia Collaboration has been yielding excellent experiences in setting up a "Zoom in a Box" multimedia collaboration system, that is easy to install, easy to maintain and easy to operate and use. This workshop will share these experiences, and will give ample room for discussions on next steps.

Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Mr. Erik Kikkenborg

Mr. Erik Kikkenborg

Media Service Manager, NORDUnet

Monday July 22, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Room 05

9:00am

NREN Marketing and Communications workshop
This session will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives :

To further build the capacity and capabilities of our members and R&E community, to help them to communicate the great work they are doing and the challenges they are solving. It will build on the earlier workshops in China, Singapore and Korea, hopefully attract an even wider audience, and drill more deeply into key areas with potentially hands-on activities.

Session Chairs :

Markus Buchhorn , APAN
Peter Spinks
Helga Spitaler, GEANT
EunJin Hu ,TEIN*CC, Korea

Agenda :

This workshop follows on from the successful workshops in Singapore and Daejeon. At the request of the attendees there, this time we will aim to make it a much more hands-on workshop. It will also be the opening part of a week-long activity as time permits.

The four organisers of this workshop who are attending APAN48 will be available at times throughout the week – and after. They will offer some one-on-one sessions to discuss and further shape your strategy, and to help you write, prepare and polish a story ready for publishing.

1. Developing a marketing/communications strategy and plan - Markus Buchhorn , APAN

This session will focus on the development of your marketing and communications strategy. Come prepared to think about what you need, and to discuss it with the attendees, and you should leave with the outline of a strategy for your organisation; maybe even quite a detailed plan.

2. The craft of story-telling - Peter Spinks

This session will focus on the craft of storytelling, how to build a compelling story for your particular audience and channel. You should leave with your own first story drafted for review and publishing.

Activity Co-ordinator
DM

Dr. Markus Buchhorn

General Manager, APAN

Speakers
PS

Peter Spinks

Communications Specialist and Science Writer, Workshops Worldwide
Peter Spinks holds a master's degree in research psychology and has published articles in international academic journals. Since 1980, he has broadcast and written for some of the world's foremost media organisations, including the British Broadcasting Corporation, The Guardian and... Read More →



Monday July 22, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Room 02

9:00am

SDN Tutorial
This session will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives : 

The emergence of SDN is having a disruptive influence on the world of data networking and is leading to a fundamental re-think of how networks are architected. This tutorial will provide an understanding of the key technology elements of SDN via a combination of lectures and hands-on exercises.

This tutorial will look at:

Control and data plane separation
Architectural frameworks of SDN
OpenFlow protocol
Topology discovery and management
Configuration Management and Automation
Centralised traffic engineering
Segment routing
Path Computation Element Protocol

Session Chairs :  
Che-Hoo Cheng , APNIC
Tashi Phuntsho , APNIC. Australia

Agenda :

The emergence of SDN is having a disruptive influence on the world of data networking and is leading to a fundamental rethink of how networks are architected.
This tutorial will provide an understanding of the key technology elements of SDN via a combination of lectures and hands on exercises.

SDN Tutorial  - Tashi Phuntsho , APNIC. Australia

This tutorial will look at:

Control and data plane separation
Architectural frameworks
OpenFlow protocol
Topology discovery and management
Configuration Management and Automation
Centralised traffic engineering
Segment routing
Path Computation Element Protocol

Other requirements:

Hardware: It is highly recommended that participants bring their own laptop computers with Wi-Fi (a/b/g/n) and it is also recommended that participants have a pre-installed desktop virtualization tool like virtual box or vmware on their machines.

Software: SSH/telnet Client, VirtualBox/VMware



Activity Co-ordinator
MC

Mr. Che-Hoo Cheng

Infrastructure & Development Director, APNIC
Che-Hoo joined APNIC in April 2017. His current responsibilities at APNIC include training, technical assistance, security outreach, infrastructure services and technical community support._x000D_ _x000D_ Before APNIC, Che-Hoo was in charge of Hong Kong Internet eXchange (HKIX) and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Mr. Tashi Phuntsho

Mr. Tashi Phuntsho

Training Delivery Manager, APNIC. Australia
Tashi has experience in IP and transmission network design, operation, and maintenance having worked as a transmission engineer and IP core network engineer for more than a decade. He has been involved in capacity development in the APNIC community by providing technical assistance... Read More →



Monday July 22, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Room 07
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience Network Engineers or Researchers who want to understand more about SDN (Software Defined Network) from a vendor-neutral viewpoint
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 40

10:30am

Tea
Monday July 22, 2019 10:30am - 11:00am
Auditorium

11:00am

[CLOSED] The 6th Asi@Connect Governors' Meeting
Asi@Connect Governors' Meeting, There will be reports from the Asi@Connect Steering Committee and TEIN*CC about the key implementation activities and financial matters during the relevant reporting periods of the Asi@Connect Project. Discussions on the matter of various sustainability issues for the next phase of the Asi@Connect Project will be followed.

Activity Co-ordinator
BK

ByungKyu Kim

Executive Officer, TEIN*CC

Monday July 22, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia

11:00am

APAN Research Workshop 2019 - Networking and Cloud
Objectives :

The APAN (Asia Pacific Advanced Network) Research Workshop 2019 (APAN-RW 2019), to be held as a part of the 48th APAN Putrajaya, Malaysia meeting, will be the sixteenth event in the series (started from 2004 Cairns Meeting as APAN Network Research Workshop). Graduate students and researchers from Asia-Pacific and elsewhere gather in this one-day workshop to discuss their work in progress and visions for research activities. The goal of this event is to provide the venue for exchanging research ideas, best practices, and real-life applications in the broad field of all working groups under APAN.

Session Chairs :
Koji Okamura , Kyushu University, Japan​​​
Chaodit Aswakul , Chulalongkorn University, Thailand​​​

Agenda :

Download Proceedings of the APAN Research Workshop 2019

1. SDN-based Coordination for IoT-Cloud Connectivity employing Wired/Wireless Multi-Access SmartX Boxes
 Juseong Kim, Junsik Shin, and Jongwon Kim (GIST, Korea)

2. Implementation of BGP Security Modules in Hybrid-SDN network
 Kuang-Ting Cheng, Pang-Wei Tsai (National Cheng Kung Univ., Taiwan), Aris Cahyadi Risdianto (GIST, Korea), Teck Chaw Ling (Univ. of Malaya, Malaysia), Shu-Wei Lee, and Chu-Sing Yang (National Cheng Kung Univ., Taiwan)

3. Relocatable Service Composition based on Microservice Architecture for Cloud-Native IoT-Cloud Services
 Seunghyung Lee, Jungsu Han, Jincheol Kwon, and Jongwon Kim (GIST, Korea)

4. A Modified Deficit Weighted Round Robin traffic Scheduling Algorithm for GPON Networks
  Md. Hayder Ali and Mohammad Hanif Ali (Jahangirnagar Univ., Bangladesh)

Related Sessions :


APAN Research Workshop 2019 - Keynote speech and SDN
Monday July 22nd, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN Research Workshop 2019 - Networking and Cloud
Monday July 22nd, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN Research Workshop 2019 - Medical and others
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2

Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Dr. Yoshiaki Kasahara

Dr. Yoshiaki Kasahara

Assistant Professor, Kyushu University
Yoshiaki Kasahara received the Dr. of Engineering degree from Department of Computer Science and Communication Engineering, Kyushu University in 1996. After that, he has been Assistant Professor at Research Institute for Information Technology, formerly Computer Center in Kyushu University... Read More →


Monday July 22, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Mini Auditorium 2
  • Organization Other, Working Group
  • Target Audience Researchers, Scientists, Network Engineers, Students
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 50

11:00am

Medical WG: Dental Session
Objectives :
Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Session Chair :
 Aqsa Sjuhada
Miftahul Cahyati

Agenda :

1. Presentation from Kyushu University - Seji Nekamura, Kyushu University

2. Presentation from Universitas Airlangga -Desiana Raditya

3. Presentation from Kagoshima University - ​Hajime Suzuki, Kagoshima University​​​

4. Presentation from Tohoku University - ​Noriaki Shoji​​​

5. Presentation from Universitas Indonesia

Related Sessions :

Monday July 22nd, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Dental Session
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Rural Healthcare Session
Monday July 22nd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Tele-health Session
Monday July 22nd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Russia-Endoscopy Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Jimper-Surgery Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Aig-Endoscopy Session
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Test Session
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: HPB Session
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Internal Medical Session
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: ECE-Endoscopy Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 1​​​
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 2​​​
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: MIS Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Ophthalmology Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Remote Healthcare Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 3​​​



Activity Co-ordinator
RY

Ryoko Yoshida

Medical WG secretariat, TEMDEC, Kyushu University Hospital

Monday July 22, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Mini Auditorium 1
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Medical doctors/Co-medicals /Engineers/Researchers
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

11:00am

IAM Task Force Training - Adding Identities to your Federation
Objectives: 
Increase awareness of the tools, services and activities expected to be provided by a successful national federation providing authentication / authorization services to its members. These training sessions will focus on the following topics sharing the knowledge and experiences of existing and new formed regional federations.

  • How we sign federation metadata
  • Which federation registry do you use, (Jagger) (…and how do you use it?)
  • Platforms for IdPs, How to you train people to install/admin it?
  • Platforms for SPs, How to you train people to install/admin it?
  • Marketing and Communications for your Federation
Session Chairs: 
Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation

Agenda:
01. A History of IdP deployments in Australia - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
The Australian Access Federation (AAF) has been operating for over 10 years superseding an earlier pilot federation that tun for about three years. Over this time organisations have been deploying and maintaining their Identity provider software, primarily Shibboleth. This has required an investment by each organisation to develop technical staff skills and federation operators to assist with supporting this infrastructure as an integral part of the federation. Many approaches have been taken to ensure the delivery of these services and thus the continual operation of the identity federation. This discussion will review the history of IdP deployments in Australia, the approaches taken, the influences at the time and the level of success of each. The federation operator MUST support their organisation that provide identities, as without identities there will be no federation.

02. Options for Identity providers - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
There are many options available for organisations to use and connect an an Identity Provider to a higher education identity federation. These include open source, vendor options and social identities. As a federation operator you will be expected to support these connections. To sustainably be able to support these connections it makes sense to limit these options to a few as possible. In this session we will discuss strategies to help ensure your organisations deploy software that you as the federation operator will be able to successfully support.

03. Discussion on Deploying IdPs - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
APAN federation operators will be asked to discuss their plans and initiatives to roll-out identity providers across the higher education and research sector of their own nations highlighting any roadblocks that have appeared or they anticipate.

Related Sessions:

Monday, July 22nd, 11:00am - 12:30pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Adding Identities to your Federation

Monday, July 22nd, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Identity and Access Management for the Campus

Monday, July 22nd, 3:30pm - 5:00pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Adding Services to your Federation

Monday, July 22nd, 5:00pm - 6:00pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Communication Foundations 

Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Terry Smith

Terry Smith

Chair, APAN IAM Task Force, Australian Access Federation
Terry Smith is responsible for the ongoing operation of the federation and for providing support and training activities to the AAF subscriber community. Terry is an experienced IT professional who has been working in Identity and Access Management in the tertiary sector for more... Read More →


Monday July 22, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Room 01

11:00am

Multi-country Multimedia Collaboration
The Asi@Connect project on Multi-country Multimedia Collaboration has been yielding excellent experiences in setting up a "Zoom in a Box" multimedia collaboration system, that is easy to install, easy to maintain and easy to operate and use. This workshop will share these experiences, and will give ample room for discussions on next steps.

Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Mr. Erik Kikkenborg

Mr. Erik Kikkenborg

Media Service Manager, NORDUnet

Monday July 22, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Room 05

11:00am

NREN Marketing and Communications workshop
This session will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives :

To further build the capacity and capabilities of our members and R&E community, to help them to communicate the great work they are doing and the challenges they are solving. It will build on the earlier workshops in China, Singapore and Korea, hopefully attract an even wider audience, and drill more deeply into key areas with potentially hands-on activities.

Session Chairs :

Markus Buchhorn , APAN
Peter Spinks
Helga Spitaler, GEANT
EunJin Hu ,TEIN*CC, Korea

Agenda :

This workshop follows on from the successful workshops in Singapore and Daejeon. At the request of the attendees there, this time we will aim to make it a much more hands-on workshop. It will also be the opening part of a week-long activity as time permits.

The four organisers of this workshop who are attending APAN48 will be available at times throughout the week – and after. They will offer some one-on-one sessions to discuss and further shape your strategy, and to help you write, prepare and polish a story ready for publishing.

1. Developing a marketing/communications strategy and plan - Markus Buchhorn , APAN

This session will focus on the development of your marketing and communications strategy. Come prepared to think about what you need, and to discuss it with the attendees, and you should leave with the outline of a strategy for your organisation; maybe even quite a detailed plan.

2. The craft of story-telling - Peter Spinks

This session will focus on the craft of storytelling, how to build a compelling story for your particular audience and channel. You should leave with your own first story drafted for review and publishing.

Activity Co-ordinator
DM

Dr. Markus Buchhorn

General Manager, APAN

Speakers
PS

Peter Spinks

Communications Specialist and Science Writer, Workshops Worldwide
Peter Spinks holds a master's degree in research psychology and has published articles in international academic journals. Since 1980, he has broadcast and written for some of the world's foremost media organisations, including the British Broadcasting Corporation, The Guardian and... Read More →


Monday July 22, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Room 02

11:00am

SDN Tutorial
This session will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives : 

The emergence of SDN is having a disruptive influence on the world of data networking and is leading to a fundamental re-think of how networks are architected. This tutorial will provide an understanding of the key technology elements of SDN via a combination of lectures and hands-on exercises.

This tutorial will look at:

Control and data plane separation
Architectural frameworks of SDN
OpenFlow protocol
Topology discovery and management
Configuration Management and Automation
Centralised traffic engineering
Segment routing
Path Computation Element Protocol

Session Chairs :  
Che-Hoo Cheng , APNIC
Tashi Phuntsho , APNIC. Australia

Agenda :

The emergence of SDN is having a disruptive influence on the world of data networking and is leading to a fundamental rethink of how networks are architected.
This tutorial will provide an understanding of the key technology elements of SDN via a combination of lectures and hands on exercises.

SDN Tutorial  - Tashi Phuntsho , APNIC. Australia

This tutorial will look at:

Control and data plane separation
Architectural frameworks
OpenFlow protocol
Topology discovery and management
Configuration Management and Automation
Centralised traffic engineering
Segment routing
Path Computation Element Protocol

Other requirements:

Hardware: It is highly recommended that participants bring their own laptop computers with Wi-Fi (a/b/g/n) and it is also recommended that participants have a pre-installed desktop virtualization tool like virtual box or vmware on their machines.

Software: SSH/telnet Client, VirtualBox/VMware



Activity Co-ordinator
MC

Mr. Che-Hoo Cheng

Infrastructure & Development Director, APNIC
Che-Hoo joined APNIC in April 2017. His current responsibilities at APNIC include training, technical assistance, security outreach, infrastructure services and technical community support._x000D_ _x000D_ Before APNIC, Che-Hoo was in charge of Hong Kong Internet eXchange (HKIX) and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Mr. Tashi Phuntsho

Mr. Tashi Phuntsho

Training Delivery Manager, APNIC. Australia
Tashi has experience in IP and transmission network design, operation, and maintenance having worked as a transmission engineer and IP core network engineer for more than a decade. He has been involved in capacity development in the APNIC community by providing technical assistance... Read More →



Monday July 22, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Room 07

12:30pm

Lunch
Monday July 22, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Auditorium

1:30pm

APAN Research Workshop 2019 - Medical and others
Objectives :

The APAN (Asia Pacific Advanced Network) Research Workshop 2019 (APAN-RW 2019), to be held as a part of the 48th APAN Putrajaya, Malaysia meeting, will be the sixteenth event in the series (started from 2004 Cairns Meeting as APAN Network Research Workshop). Graduate students and researchers from Asia-Pacific and elsewhere gather in this one-day workshop to discuss their work in progress and visions for research activities. The goal of this event is to provide the venue for exchanging research ideas, best practices, and real-life applications in the broad field of all working groups under APAN.

Session Chairs :  
Yoshiaki Kasahara , Kyushu University
Tomohiko Moriyama , Telemedicine Development Center of Asia​​​

Agenda :

Download Proceedings of the APAN Research Workshop 2019​​​

1. Analyzing Cybersecurity-related Articles in Japan's English Language Online Newspapers
Piyush Ghasiya and Koji Okamura (Kyushu Univ., Japan)

2. Meaningful Information Extraction from Unstructured Clinical Documents
 Asim Abbas, Muhammad Afzal, Jamil Hussain, and Sungyoung Lee (KyungHee Univ., Korea)

3. Role of international tele-education with live surgery for pre-clinical medical students
 Taiki Moriyama (Kyushu Univ., Japan), Ho-Seong Han (Seoul National Univ., Korea), Kuriko Kudo, Yoshihiko Sadakari, Tomohiko Moriyama, Naoki Nakashima, Masafumi Nakamura, and Shuji Shimizu (Kyushu Univ., Japan)

4. A journey from Cure to Care- Wellness management for healthy lifestyle: Diabetes management a case study
 Hafiz Syed Muhammad Bilal (KyungHee Univ., Korea), Asad Masood Khattak (Zayed Univ., United Arab Emirates), and Sungyoung Lee (KyungHee Univ., Korea).

Related Sessions :


APAN Research Workshop 2019 - Keynote speech and SDN
Monday July 22nd, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN Research Workshop 2019 - Networking and Cloud
Monday July 22nd, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN Research Workshop 2019 - Medical and others
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2

Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Dr. Yoshiaki Kasahara

Dr. Yoshiaki Kasahara

Assistant Professor, Kyushu University
Yoshiaki Kasahara received the Dr. of Engineering degree from Department of Computer Science and Communication Engineering, Kyushu University in 1996. After that, he has been Assistant Professor at Research Institute for Information Technology, formerly Computer Center in Kyushu University... Read More →


Monday July 22, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Mini Auditorium 2
  • Organization Other, Working Group
  • Target Audience Researchers, Scientists, Network Engineers, Students
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 50

1:30pm

Medical WG: Rural Healthcare Session
Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.
In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Activity Co-ordinator
RY

Ryoko Yoshida

Medical WG secretariat, TEMDEC, Kyushu University Hospital

Monday July 22, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Mini Auditorium 1

1:30pm

The 6th Asi@Connect Project Meeting - MoU Signing Ceremony and Implementation Updates on Asi@Connect
Objectives :

The specific objective of Asi@Connect is to provide and further develop a dedicated regional high capacity, high quality Internet connectivity network for research and higher education, also leveraging the e-infrastructure developed for public service projects. The main expected result is the establishment of a dedicated regional Internet network of at least 10Gbps for use primarily by the universities and higher education institutions who are members of national research and education networks (NRENs) in Asia, connecting them with Europe and globally.

Agenda :

1. MOU Signing Ceremony  -  Francis Lee , SingAREN 

Fast and Stable Network Ring between Asia and Europe for research and education.
The Eight(8) R&E network institutions, AARNet (Australia), GÉANT (Europe), NICT(Japan), NII(Japan), NORDUnet (European Nordics), SingAREN (Singapore), SURF (The Netherlands) and TEIN*CC (Asia-Pacific), have signed a Memorandum of Understanding(MOU) today at the 6th Asi@Connect Project Meeting in Putrajaya, Malaysia. The MOU is for the collaboration to run a resilient 100 gigabit per second network between Asia and Europe. The MOU partners agreed to participate with their own 100Gbps link in a resilient system, called Asiapacific-Europe Ring (AER). In case one links in the ring breaks traffic between Europe and Asia will be transported over the other link.

2. Updates on TEIN Connectivity and Network Management - ​Patch Lee , TEIN*CC​​​

3. Report from TEIN NOC - ​Zhonghui Lee, CERNET​​​

4. Overall progress on Asi@Connect sub-granted projects - ​Sanggyun Kim , TEIN*CC​​​

5. Asi@Connect Visibility and PR Activities - EunJin Hu , TEIN*CC

Related Sessions :

The 6th Asi@Connect Project Meeting - MoU Signing Ceremony and Implementation Updates on Asi@Connect
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 07
The 6th Asi@Connect Project Meeting - Updates from Emerging NRENs​​​
Monday July 22nd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 07
The 6th Asi@Connect Project Meeting -Activity reports from sub-granted projects​​​
Monday July 22nd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 07



Activity Co-ordinator
BK

ByungKyu Kim

Executive Officer, TEIN*CC

Speakers
FL

Francis Lee

Vice Chairman, Singapore Advanced Research and Education Network
ZL

Zhonghui Lee

Professor, CERNET , China
EH

Eunjin Hu

Communications Officer, TEIN*CC
PL

Patch Lee

TEIN*CC
SK

Sanggyun Kim

Senior Application Project Officer, TEIN*CC


Monday July 22, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience Asi@Connect partners
  • Seating Arrangement U-shape
  • Expected Number of Participants 80

1:30pm

IAM Task Force Training - Identity and Access Management for the Campus
Objectives: 
Increase awareness of the tools, services and activities expected to be provided by a successful national federation providing authentication / authorization services to its members. These training sessions will focus on the following topics sharing the knowledge and experiences of existing and new formed regional federations.

  • How we sign federation metadata
  • Which federation registry do you use, (Jagger) (…and how do you use it?)
  • Platforms for IdPs, How to you train people to install/admin it?
  • Platforms for SPs, How to you train people to install/admin it?
  • Marketing and Communications for your Federation

Session Chairs: 
Benn Oshrin

Agenda:
Investigating options for Universities and Research organisations to advance their on campus identity and access management solutions to prepare themselves for federation and eduGAIN membership.

Related Sessions:
Monday, July 22nd, 11:00am - 12:30pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Adding Identities to your Federation

Monday, July 22nd, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Identity and Access Management for the Campus

Monday, July 22nd, 3:30pm - 5:00pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Adding Services to your Federation

Monday, July 22nd, 5:00pm - 6:00pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Communication Foundations 

Activity Co-ordinator
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Terry Smith

Chair, APAN IAM Task Force, Australian Access Federation
Terry Smith is responsible for the ongoing operation of the federation and for providing support and training activities to the AAF subscriber community. Terry is an experienced IT professional who has been working in Identity and Access Management in the tertiary sector for more... Read More →

Speakers
BO

Benjamin Oshrin

Spherical Cow Group



Monday July 22, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 01

1:30pm

NREN Marketing and Communications workshop
This session will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives :

To further build the capacity and capabilities of our members and R&E community, to help them to communicate the great work they are doing and the challenges they are solving. It will build on the earlier workshops in China, Singapore and Korea, hopefully attract an even wider audience, and drill more deeply into key areas with potentially hands-on activities.

Session Chairs :

Markus Buchhorn , APAN
Peter Spinks
Helga Spitaler, GEANT
EunJin Hu ,TEIN*CC, Korea

Agenda :

This workshop follows on from the successful workshops in Singapore and Daejeon. At the request of the attendees there, this time we will aim to make it a much more hands-on workshop. It will also be the opening part of a week-long activity as time permits.

The four organisers of this workshop who are attending APAN48 will be available at times throughout the week – and after. They will offer some one-on-one sessions to discuss and further shape your strategy, and to help you write, prepare and polish a story ready for publishing.

1. Developing a marketing/communications strategy and plan - Markus Buchhorn , APAN

This session will focus on the development of your marketing and communications strategy. Come prepared to think about what you need, and to discuss it with the attendees, and you should leave with the outline of a strategy for your organisation; maybe even quite a detailed plan.

2. The craft of story-telling - Peter Spinks

This session will focus on the craft of storytelling, how to build a compelling story for your particular audience and channel. You should leave with your own first story drafted for review and publishing.

Activity Co-ordinator
DM

Dr. Markus Buchhorn

General Manager, APAN

Speakers
PS

Peter Spinks

Communications Specialist and Science Writer, Workshops Worldwide
Peter Spinks holds a master's degree in research psychology and has published articles in international academic journals. Since 1980, he has broadcast and written for some of the world's foremost media organisations, including the British Broadcasting Corporation, The Guardian and... Read More →


Monday July 22, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 02
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience NREN leadership and marcomms staff, research centre staff
  • Seating Arrangement U-shape
  • Expected Number of Participants 20-50

1:30pm

SDN Tutorial
This session will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives : 

The emergence of SDN is having a disruptive influence on the world of data networking and is leading to a fundamental re-think of how networks are architected. This tutorial will provide an understanding of the key technology elements of SDN via a combination of lectures and hands-on exercises.

This tutorial will look at:

Control and data plane separation
Architectural frameworks of SDN
OpenFlow protocol
Topology discovery and management
Configuration Management and Automation
Centralised traffic engineering
Segment routing
Path Computation Element Protocol

Session Chairs :  
Che-Hoo Cheng , APNIC
Tashi Phuntsho , APNIC. Australia

Agenda :

The emergence of SDN is having a disruptive influence on the world of data networking and is leading to a fundamental rethink of how networks are architected.
This tutorial will provide an understanding of the key technology elements of SDN via a combination of lectures and hands on exercises.

SDN Tutorial  - Tashi Phuntsho , APNIC. Australia

This tutorial will look at:

Control and data plane separation
Architectural frameworks
OpenFlow protocol
Topology discovery and management
Configuration Management and Automation
Centralised traffic engineering
Segment routing
Path Computation Element Protocol

Other requirements:

Hardware: It is highly recommended that participants bring their own laptop computers with Wi-Fi (a/b/g/n) and it is also recommended that participants have a pre-installed desktop virtualization tool like virtual box or vmware on their machines.

Software: SSH/telnet Client, VirtualBox/VMware



Activity Co-ordinator
MC

Mr. Che-Hoo Cheng

Infrastructure & Development Director, APNIC
Che-Hoo joined APNIC in April 2017. His current responsibilities at APNIC include training, technical assistance, security outreach, infrastructure services and technical community support._x000D_ _x000D_ Before APNIC, Che-Hoo was in charge of Hong Kong Internet eXchange (HKIX) and... Read More →

Speakers
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Mr. Tashi Phuntsho

Training Delivery Manager, APNIC. Australia
Tashi has experience in IP and transmission network design, operation, and maintenance having worked as a transmission engineer and IP core network engineer for more than a decade. He has been involved in capacity development in the APNIC community by providing technical assistance... Read More →


Monday July 22, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 07

3:00pm

Tea
Monday July 22, 2019 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Auditorium

3:30pm

Medical WG: Tele-health Session
Objectives :
Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Session Chair :   Alvin B. Marcelo

Agenda :

1. Teleophthalmology in India - Sheila John

2. Tele-hepatitis in the Philippines - Janus Ong, ​Geohari Hamoy​​​

3. Tele-urology in the Philippines - ​Ana Melissa Hilvano-Cabungcal​​​

Related Sessions :

Monday July 22nd, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Dental Session
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Rural Healthcare Session
Monday July 22nd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Tele-health Session
Monday July 22nd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Russia-Endoscopy Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Jimper-Surgery Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Aig-Endoscopy Session
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Test Session
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: HPB Session
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Internal Medical Session
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: ECE-Endoscopy Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 1​​​
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 2​​​
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: MIS Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Ophthalmology Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Remote Healthcare Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 3​​​




Activity Co-ordinator
RY

Ryoko Yoshida

Medical WG secretariat, TEMDEC, Kyushu University Hospital

Monday July 22, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Mini Auditorium 1
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Medical doctors/Co-medicals /Engineers/Researchers
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

3:30pm

The 6th Asi@Connect Project Meeting - Updates from Emerging NRENs
Objectives :

The specific objective of Asi@Connect is to provide and further develop a dedicated regional high capacity, high quality Internet connectivity network for research and higher education, also leveraging the e-infrastructure developed for public service projects. The main expected result is the establishment of a dedicated regional Internet network of at least 10Gbps for use primarily by the universities and higher education institutions who are members of national research and education networks (NRENs) in Asia, connecting them with Europe and globally.

Agenda :

1. Updates on BdREN, Bangladesh - Akhtar Hossain , BdREN

2. Updates on DrukREN, Bhutan - Sonam Phuntsho , DrukREN

3. Updates on CamREN,Cambodia  - Samnang Khiev , CamREN

4. Updates on mmREN,Myanmar - Mie Mie Thet Thwin , mmREN

5. Updates on NREN, Nepal - Lochan Lal Amatya , NREN

6.Updates on PERN, Pakistan - Asif Shahi Khan , PERN

7.Updates on LERNET, Sri Lanka - Roshan Ragel, LEARN

Related Sessions :

The 6th Asi@Connect Project Meeting - MoU Signing Ceremony and Implementation Updates on Asi@Connect​​​
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 07
The 6th Asi@Connect Project Meeting - Updates from Emerging NRENs​​​
Monday July 22nd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 07
The 6th Asi@Connect Project Meeting -Activity reports from sub-granted projects​​​
Monday July 22nd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 07


Activity Co-ordinator
BK

ByungKyu Kim

Executive Officer, TEIN*CC

Speakers
RR

Roshan Ragel

Chief Executive Officer, Lanka Education and Research Network
AK

Asif Khan

HIGHER EDUCATION COMMISSION PAKISTAN
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Lochan Lal Amatya

Chairman, Asia Connect
Former CTO of Nepal TelecomMore than 30 yrs of working experience in Telecom Industry
MM

Mie Mie Thet Thwin

Ministry of Education, University of Computer Studies
AH

Akhtar Hossain

BdREN, Bangladesh
SP

Sonam Phuntsho

Druk Research and Education Network
SK

Samnang Khiev

CamREN,Cambodia


Monday July 22, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience Asi@Connect partners
  • Seating Arrangement U-shape
  • Expected Number of Participants 80

3:30pm

IAM Task Force Training - Adding Services to your Federation
Objectives: 
Increase awareness of the tools, services and activities expected to be provided by a successful national federation providing authentication / authorization services to its members. These training sessions will focus on the following topics sharing the knowledge and experiences of existing and new formed regional federations.

  • How we sign federation metadata
  • Which federation registry do you use, (Jagger) (…and how do you use it?)
  • Platforms for IdPs, How to you train people to install/admin it?
  • Platforms for SPs, How to you train people to install/admin it?
  • Marketing and Communications for your Federation

Session Chairs: 
Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation

Agenda:

01. Types of Services - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
Services come in all shapes and sizes, are targeted at all sorts of audiences and will require different levels of support within your federation. In this session we will investigate the different types of services that are out there and the value they bring to your federation, your organisations and their users. This will highlight the lack of any individual killer applications, but that each service will add to growth of a strong and sustainable federation.

02. Protocol Offerings for Services - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
Over the past 10 years higher education identity federations supported SAML and only SAML. In more recent years the growth of OpenID Connect has resulted in many software developers moving their products to this newer and generally simpler protocol. Federation must move to provide options that can support more than just SAML to continue to be relevant to their subscribers. We will discuss initiatives that will allow your federation to provide multiple protocol options to service provides while minimizing the effort at organisations participating as identity providers.

03. Services from Beyond your Federation - eduGAIN - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
eduGAIN is a conglomeration of identity providers and service providers from 60+ national education identity federations. This session will help you to identify the quality service that may be of interest to your participating organisation or help encourage non-participating organizations to join.

04. Exposing your Services Beyond your Federation - eduGAIN - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
At some point a service within your federation may see the benefits of joining eduGAIN to allow collaborators from beyond your borders to participate and collaborate. This discussion will look at some of the issues they may face when attempting to connect to identity providers from other federations.

Related Sessions:

Monday, July 22nd, 11:00am - 12:30pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Adding Identities to your Federation

Monday, July 22nd, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Identity and Access Management for the Campus

Monday, July 22nd, 3:30pm - 5:00pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Adding Services to your Federation

Monday, July 22nd, 5:00pm - 6:00pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Communication Foundations 

Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Terry Smith

Terry Smith

Chair, APAN IAM Task Force, Australian Access Federation
Terry Smith is responsible for the ongoing operation of the federation and for providing support and training activities to the AAF subscriber community. Terry is an experienced IT professional who has been working in Identity and Access Management in the tertiary sector for more... Read More →


Monday July 22, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 01

3:30pm

NREN Marketing and Communications workshop
This session will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives :

To further build the capacity and capabilities of our members and R&E community, to help them to communicate the great work they are doing and the challenges they are solving. It will build on the earlier workshops in China, Singapore and Korea, hopefully attract an even wider audience, and drill more deeply into key areas with potentially hands-on activities.

Session Chairs :

Markus Buchhorn , APAN
Peter Spinks
Helga Spitaler, GEANT
EunJin Hu ,TEIN*CC, Korea

Agenda :

This workshop follows on from the successful workshops in Singapore and Daejeon. At the request of the attendees there, this time we will aim to make it a much more hands-on workshop. It will also be the opening part of a week-long activity as time permits.

The four organisers of this workshop who are attending APAN48 will be available at times throughout the week – and after. They will offer some one-on-one sessions to discuss and further shape your strategy, and to help you write, prepare and polish a story ready for publishing.

1. Developing a marketing/communications strategy and plan - Markus Buchhorn , APAN

This session will focus on the development of your marketing and communications strategy. Come prepared to think about what you need, and to discuss it with the attendees, and you should leave with the outline of a strategy for your organisation; maybe even quite a detailed plan.

2. The craft of story-telling - Peter Spinks

This session will focus on the craft of storytelling, how to build a compelling story for your particular audience and channel. You should leave with your own first story drafted for review and publishing.

Activity Co-ordinator
DM

Dr. Markus Buchhorn

General Manager, APAN

Speakers
PS

Peter Spinks

Communications Specialist and Science Writer, Workshops Worldwide
Peter Spinks holds a master's degree in research psychology and has published articles in international academic journals. Since 1980, he has broadcast and written for some of the world's foremost media organisations, including the British Broadcasting Corporation, The Guardian and... Read More →


Monday July 22, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 02

3:30pm

SDN Tutorial
This session will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives : 

The emergence of SDN is having a disruptive influence on the world of data networking and is leading to a fundamental re-think of how networks are architected. This tutorial will provide an understanding of the key technology elements of SDN via a combination of lectures and hands-on exercises.

This tutorial will look at:

Control and data plane separation
Architectural frameworks of SDN
OpenFlow protocol
Topology discovery and management
Configuration Management and Automation
Centralised traffic engineering
Segment routing
Path Computation Element Protocol

Session Chairs :  
Che-Hoo Cheng , APNIC
Tashi Phuntsho , APNIC. Australia

Agenda :

The emergence of SDN is having a disruptive influence on the world of data networking and is leading to a fundamental rethink of how networks are architected.
This tutorial will provide an understanding of the key technology elements of SDN via a combination of lectures and hands on exercises.

SDN Tutorial  - Tashi Phuntsho , APNIC. Australia

This tutorial will look at:

Control and data plane separation
Architectural frameworks
OpenFlow protocol
Topology discovery and management
Configuration Management and Automation
Centralised traffic engineering
Segment routing
Path Computation Element Protocol

Other requirements:

Hardware: It is highly recommended that participants bring their own laptop computers with Wi-Fi (a/b/g/n) and it is also recommended that participants have a pre-installed desktop virtualization tool like virtual box or vmware on their machines.

Software: SSH/telnet Client, VirtualBox/VMware



Activity Co-ordinator
MC

Mr. Che-Hoo Cheng

Infrastructure & Development Director, APNIC
Che-Hoo joined APNIC in April 2017. His current responsibilities at APNIC include training, technical assistance, security outreach, infrastructure services and technical community support._x000D_ _x000D_ Before APNIC, Che-Hoo was in charge of Hong Kong Internet eXchange (HKIX) and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Mr. Tashi Phuntsho

Mr. Tashi Phuntsho

Training Delivery Manager, APNIC. Australia
Tashi has experience in IP and transmission network design, operation, and maintenance having worked as a transmission engineer and IP core network engineer for more than a decade. He has been involved in capacity development in the APNIC community by providing technical assistance... Read More →


Monday July 22, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 07

3:30pm

5:00pm

APAN 101/Fellowship Meeting
Monday July 22, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Room 05

5:00pm

Medical WG: Russia-Endoscopy Session
Objectives :

Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.
In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Session Chair :  
Tomohiko Moriyama ,Telemedicine Development Center of Asia
Roman Kuvaev
Kenshi Yao 

Agenda :

Endoscopic and histopathological characteristics of upper GI neoplasia are highly variable and therefore the accurate diagnosis of superficial epithelial lesions remain difficult
This teleconference will be focused on endoscopic and pathomorphological diagnosis of early upper GI neoplasia. Theoretical background and practical issues of patients management will be discussed with distinguisged experts in endoscopy and pathology

1. Multiple esophageal superficial lesions -
Roman Kuvaev                                                                                           
Sergey Kashin
Ekaterina Kraynova

2. Cancer-like changes in stomach without visible lesion -   
Zalina Galkova
Viktor Kmet
Nataliya Matvienko

Related Sessions :

Monday July 22nd, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Dental Session
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Rural Healthcare Session
Monday July 22nd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Tele-health Session
Monday July 22nd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Russia-Endoscopy Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Jimper-Surgery Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Aig-Endoscopy Session
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Test Session
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: HPB Session
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Internal Medical Session
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: ECE-Endoscopy Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 1​​​
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 2​​​
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: MIS Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Ophthalmology Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Remote Healthcare Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 3​​​


Monday July 22, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Mini Auditorium 1
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Medical doctors/Co-medicals /Engineers/Researchers
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

5:00pm

The 6th Asi@Connect Project Meeting -Activity reports from sub-granted projects
Objectives :

The specific objective of Asi@Connect is to provide and further develop a dedicated regional high capacity, high quality Internet connectivity network for research and higher education, also leveraging the e-infrastructure developed for public service projects. The main expected result is the establishment of a dedicated regional Internet network of at least 10Gbps for use primarily by the universities and higher education institutions who are members of national research and education networks (NRENs) in Asia, connecting them with Europe and globally.

Agenda :

1. Capacity building program on NOC operations for NREN professionals - Seema Khanna , NKN, India

2. Strengthen the Asi@Connect female network engineer - Chinmay Bepery, PSTU, Bangladesh

3. Real-time haze monitoring & forest fire detection information centric networks  - Adisorn Lertsinsrubtavee, AIT, Thailand

4. Intelligent medical services over TEIN  - Sungyoung Lee , KHU, Korea

5. Bridging the digital divide in Myanmar - ​Mie Mie Thet Thwin​​​

Related Sessions :

The 6th Asi@Connect Project Meeting - MoU Signing Ceremony and Implementation Updates on Asi@Connect​​​
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 07
The 6th Asi@Connect Project Meeting - Updates from Emerging NRENs​​​
Monday July 22nd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 07
The 6th Asi@Connect Project Meeting -Activity reports from sub-granted projects​​​
Monday July 22nd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 07



Activity Co-ordinator
BK

ByungKyu Kim

Executive Officer, TEIN*CC

Speakers
SL

Sungyoung Lee

Kyung Hee University
Sungyoung Lee received his B.S. from Korea University, Seoul, South Korea in 1978. He got his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), Chicago, Illinois, USA in 1987 and 1991 respectively. He has been a professor in the Department of... Read More →
MM

Mie Mie Thet Thwin

Ministry of Education, University of Computer Studies
SK

Seema Khanna

National Knowledge Network
CB

Chinmay Bepery

PSTU, Bangladesh


Monday July 22, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience Asi@Connect partners
  • Seating Arrangement U-shape
  • Expected Number of Participants 80

5:00pm

IAM Task Force Training - Communication Foundations
Objectives: 
Increase awareness of the tools, services and activities expected to be provided by a successful national federation providing authentication / authorization services to its members. These training sessions will focus on the following topics sharing the knowledge and experiences of existing and new formed regional federations.

  • How we sign federation metadata
  • Which federation registry do you use, (Jagger) (…and how do you use it?)
  • Platforms for IdPs, How to you train people to install/admin it?
  • Platforms for SPs, How to you train people to install/admin it?
  • Marketing and Communications for your Federation

Session Chairs: 
Jacinta Rebelo

Agenda:
This session we will cover the essential steps for planning and implementing communication plans and how this can assist you with federation promotion and education. The first part of the workshop will discuss some basic principles for effective communication followed by some practical activates to assist you with communication planning. By attending this workshop, you will be able to identify your target audience, develop key messages and a plan to assist you with delivering your message. This workshop is suitable for all levels.

Related Sessions:

Monday, July 22nd, 11:00am - 12:30pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Adding Identities to your Federation

Monday, July 22nd, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Identity and Access Management for the Campus

Monday, July 22nd, 3:30pm - 5:00pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Adding Services to your Federation

Monday, July 22nd, 5:00pm - 6:00pm @ Room 01
IAM Task Force Training - Communication Foundations 

Activity Co-ordinator
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Terry Smith

Chair, APAN IAM Task Force, Australian Access Federation
Terry Smith is responsible for the ongoing operation of the federation and for providing support and training activities to the AAF subscriber community. Terry is an experienced IT professional who has been working in Identity and Access Management in the tertiary sector for more... Read More →

Speakers
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Jacinta Rebelo

Australian Access Federation Limited


Monday July 22, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Room 01
 
Tuesday, July 23
 

8:30am

Registration
Tuesday July 23, 2019 8:30am - 9:00am
Auditorium

9:00am

Opening Plenary

Tuesday July 23, 2019 9:00am - 11:00am
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia

11:00am

Tea
Tuesday July 23, 2019 11:00am - 11:30am
Auditorium

11:30am

Lightning Talk
Tuesday July 23, 2019 11:30am - 12:30pm
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia

12:30pm

Lunch
Tuesday July 23, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Auditorium

1:30pm

Backbone Forum
This session will be held from 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives :

The Backbone Forum is the successor of the backbone Committee and will concentrate on the longer term strategic aspects of providing state of the art connectivity between APAN members and to the global NREN/R&E community. Emphasis will be on the infrastructure growth and availability, the establishment of the APRP and GRP as well as the new GNA-G activities.

Agenda :

1. Introduction to BBF - Markus Buchhorn, APAN

2. Introduction to GNA-G - David Wilde

3. APRP and DMC2020 - Jeonghoon Moon , KISTI, Korea  ,  Alvin Chiam

4. Subsea cable update - ​Yves Poppe , NSCC ​​​

Activity Co-ordinator
YP

Yves Poppe

Chair Backbone Committee, A*STAR NSCC Singapore

Speakers
DM

Dr. Markus Buchhorn

General Manager, APAN
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Jeonghoon Moon

Senior Researcher, KISTI, Korea
I am working for KISTI(Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information) which institute's major role is Korea National Supercomputing & Networking Centre and also belonging Dept. of Applied Research and Network R&D at KISTI, for especially, working for KREONET which is Korea... Read More →


Tuesday July 23, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 05

1:30pm

Big Data and AI in Agriculture
This session will be held from 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives :

Data processing using big data and AI is considered promising in the agricultural field, and many researchers are conducting research in this field. The APAN Agricultural Working Group has focused on this area for several years, and has held a session on "Big Data and AI in Agriculture" at the APAN Meetings. Unfortunately, international cooperation in this area among APAN members is not enough. Therefore, APAN Agricultural Working Group will continue this session in APAN 48, promoting information exchange and international cooperation.
In this session, to report on sensor network technology, management and sharing of open data, use of AI in agriculture, and discuss collaborative research. etc. are expected. Looking forward to your contributions.

Session Chairs :

Takuji Kiura 
Royboon Rassameethes , HAII, Thailand

Agenda

1. [[Session Keynote]] Technology thought leadership and how it can support building resilient communities - Alan Deciantis, Forest Technology Systems ,Canada

As the world’s population is projected to reach 9 billion people by 2050, global food production will need to increase by 60%. With agricultural land size remaining fixed for the last 30 years, sustainable methods and new technologies will be required. Discover how the North American public sector agri-geomatics and private sector investment in precision-ag and imagery is working help meet this need. As IoT connectivity and AI analytics technologies advance, find out what one of the next big challenges is for the agriculture sector.

2. Treating Field Server Data files with ZFS  - Takuji Kiura 

There are over 100 million raw data files from field data published at http://fsds.dc.affrc.go.jp/data[1-5]/, and more new files are being added. Since observation data can only be acquired at that time, it is necessary to protect these files from data loss due to ransomware or disasters. Backups are an important way, but the rsync command, we used before, took considerable time just to find files that were modified or added. Because of this, We used Btrfs, a copy on write file system on linux. A year before we started using ZFS, also available on linux, because it has a reputation on other OSs. Here, we introduce a new system using ZFS, comparing it with our two old systems.

3. Multi-Scale Time-Series Analysis of HTPP data collection frequency - Soumyashree Kar

High Throughput Plant Phenotyping (HTPP) not only generates a large amount of data but also a large amount of information. However, it  is often noticed that appropriate information extraction is limited,
either due to redundancy in the observed variables and/or noise, which could either be phenomenon-based or latent (i.e. as part of the data collection procedure itself). In this work, 15-minute frequency plant
evapotranspiration (ET) observations are used to enable proper identification of genotypic differences, by: 1- identifying the appropriate level of de-noised high-frequency time-series (TS) data using Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT) and entropy analysis at each level of decomposition, 2- determining the optimum sampling frequency/intervals by multi-scaling the ET TS data. For the second objective, ARIMA based models are used for each scaling frequency, and model efficiency is assessed based on the respective AIC and RMSE estimates. Subsequently, clustering is performed and the resultant cluster indices are used to determine classification accuracy at each scale of the TS. The results suggest an acceptable level of
classification accuracy could be obtained till a maximum of 90-minute frequency, beyond which the genotypic differences seem to greatly dissolve.

4. Development of the high-resolution historical gridded daily meteorological data set over Japan using the JRA-55 reanalysis data. - Yasushi Ishigooka, NIAES

We had developed a high spatial resolution (approximately 1km × 1km) gridded daily meteorological data set by combining the high-resolution monthly climate data with the JRA-55 reanalysis data, which covers for a long-term period of 55 years (1958-2013) and contains most of major meteorological elements that enable to implement many crop and hydro-logical models. The data set can be used for estimating detailed spatiotemporal information on the effects of observed past climate change and changes in the cultivation conditions on the potential productivity of Japanese crops.

Activity Co-ordinator
MT

Mr. Takuji Kiura

Senior Researcher, National Agriculture and Food Research Organization
Takuji Kiura is a senior researcher of Institute for_x000D_ Agro-Environmental Sciences, National Agriculture and Food Research Organization. He is co-chair of APAN Agriculture Working Group since 2018, and co-chair of W3C Agriculture Community Group. He is interested in the interoperability... Read More →

Speakers
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Alan Deciantis

Director of Product, Forest Technology Systems ,Canada
Mr. DeCiantis received his Bachelor of Chemical Engineering at Ontario’s McMaster University in 1997. In 2002, he was registered as a Professional Engineer with the PEO and was certified as a Six Sigma Black Belt by Magna. He was PMP certified in 2011 and Pragmatic Marketing Certified... Read More →


Tuesday July 23, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 01
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Any APAN Participants
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

1:30pm

Cloud WG Session - Technology talks
Objectives :

The Cloud WG sessions are designed to provide attendees with an opportunity to discuss the latest development around Cloud-based ICT technology. It targets to promote APAN-wide collaboration to facilitate international inter-cloud coordination by providing test bed for innovative projects and support the POC, sharing information about key technologies for inter-cloud deployments and reference models for inter-cloud deployments.

Session Chair :
   
Eric Yen , Academia Sinica Grid Computing Centre, Taiwan

Agenda :


1. Development and Evaluation of the MEC Platform with Dynamic Modular Configuration -Tohru Kondo , Hiroshima University, Japan

2. Distributed Cloud Research Infrastructure for e-Science - Eric Yen , Academia Sinica Grid Computing Centre, Taiwan

3. Cloud-native Computing: Trend Review  - JongWon Kim , GIST, Korea

Related Sessions :


​​Cloud WG Session - Technology talks​​​
Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
Cloud WG Session - Member update and WG Discussion #1​​​
Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
Cloud WG Session - Member update and WG Discussion #2
Tuesday July 23rd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2

Speakers
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Eric Yen

Research Scientist, Academia Sinica Grid Computing Centre
Eric Yen is the senior technical manager of ASGC, who is conducting the e-Science infrastructure, core technology and application development in ASGC, and to support broader collaboration within Taiwan and with Asia and Europe. Meanwhile he is also the chair of APAN Disaster Mitigation... Read More →
TK

Tohru Kondo

Professor, Hiroshima University


Tuesday July 23, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Mini Auditorium 2
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Cloud WG members and others who have interested in sharing and collaboration by leveraging Cloud-leveraged ICT technology.
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 20-40

1:30pm

Medical WG: Jimper-Surgery Session
Objectives : 
Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.
In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Session Chair :      ​Kalayarasan R , Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education &Research​​​

Agenda : 

The session will focus on the management of complex gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary surgical disorders
There will be four presentations highlighting the tips and tricks in the surgical management of gastrointestinal disorders

Related Sessions :
Monday July 22nd, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Technology Session​​​
Monday July 22nd, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Dental Session
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Rural Healthcare Session
Monday July 22nd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Tele-health Session
Monday July 22nd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Russia-Endoscopy Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Jimper-Surgery Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Aig-Endoscopy Session
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Test Session
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: HPB Session
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Internal Medical Session
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: ECE-Endoscopy Session
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 1
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 2
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: MIS Session
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Ophthalmology Session
Friday July 26th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Remote Healthcare Session
Friday July 26th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 3


Activity Co-ordinator
RY

Ryoko Yoshida

Medical WG secretariat, TEMDEC, Kyushu University Hospital

Tuesday July 23, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Mini Auditorium 1

1:30pm

IAM Task Force Meeting - REFEDs Distinguished Engineer Report and Federation Updates
Objectives: 
The final sessions of the Broadening Asi@Connect Knowledge on Federated Identity, Roaming and E-infrastructure (BACKFIRE) project. In these sessions we will acknowledge the activities, advances, opportunities successes of the project.

As a direct outcome of the Backfire project has been the creation of the REFEDs Distinguished Engineer program that awards the recipient the opportunity to participate in global REFEDS meeting, attend the TNC conference and to be mentored by colleagues from advanced established federations. Raja V, Scientist has the honour of being the first APAN recipient. Raja V will present on his trip and share his experiences with us.

The BACKFIRE project has seen the growth in number of Identity Federations across the APAN region some of which have joined the global eduGAIN initiative. Each federation will provide an updates on recent activities and their action plans into the future.

As the final BACKFIRE session we will review the successes of the project and discuss future steps to ensure the continued growth of federations across the APAN region.

Session Chairs: 
Brook Schofield, GÉANT Association 

Agenda: 
01. REFEDs Distinguished Engineer Report - Raja V.
A direct outcome of the Backfire project was the creation of the REFEDs Distinguished Engineer program that awards the recipient the opportunity to participate in global REFEDS meeting, attend the TNC conference and to be mentored by colleagues from advanced established federations. Raja V, Scientist has the honour of being the first APAN recipient. Raja V will present on his trip and share his experiences with us.

02. Federation Update - Jacinta Rebelo
Jacinta will coordinate the federation updates to be provided by participants from national federations. Each federation will provide an updates on recent activities and their action plans into the future. Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam

Related Sessions: 

Tuesday, July 23, 3:30pm - 5:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Task Force Meeting - Closing BACKFIRE

Tuesday, July 23, 5:00pm - 6:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Task Force Meeting - Federated IAM - Birds of a feather (BOF) Session

Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Terry Smith

Terry Smith

Chair, APAN IAM Task Force, Australian Access Federation
Terry Smith is responsible for the ongoing operation of the federation and for providing support and training activities to the AAF subscriber community. Terry is an experienced IT professional who has been working in Identity and Access Management in the tertiary sector for more... Read More →

Speakers
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Jacinta Rebelo

Australian Access Federation Limited
avatar for Raja V.

Raja V.

Scientist, INFLIBNET Centre, An IUC of University Grants Commission



Tuesday July 23, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 07

1:30pm

Workshop for Intelligent Medical Services - Silo Construction Process and Case Studies
Objectives :

The purpose of the tutorial is to provide audience with the insights into intelligent medical services in the medical domain using ICT technologies. The experience of constructing the platform and building the services on top of the platform will be shared. Example case studies will also be presented to obtain the real essence of the platform.

Session Chair :  Sunmoo Svenna Kang , Kyung Hee University
Wajahat Ali Khan , Kyung Hee University, South Korea
 Taqdir Ali , Kyung Hee University, South Korea

Agenda :

1. Silo Construction Methodology -  Wajahat Ali Khan , Kyung Hee University, South Korea

This study will demonstrate silo construction process for different clinical domains such as cardiovascular, diabetes, epilepsy, kidney, ear throat nose (ENT), thyroid cancer, and head and neck cancer. The steps involved in silo construction process are the same for all the domains, with the difference of only domain specific concepts, attributes and knowledge. The steps include knowledge and requirements elicitation, design, implementation, and recommendation generation process.

2.  Thyroid Cancer Silo  -  Taqdir Ali , Kyung Hee University, South Korea

This study presents Thyroid Cancer silo by utilizing mind map and iterative decision tree (IDT) approach. These are used for integration of clinical practice guidelines into the workflow of clinical decision support system (CDSS). The system is based on high-quality knowledge-based populated by experts using intelligent knowledge authoring tool.

3.  Head and Neck Cancer Silo - Taqdir Ali , Kyung Hee University, South Korea


The right and early diagnosis and treatment of life-threatening diseases may reduce the chances of post-procedure complications, associated illness, and death. Squamous cell carcinoma of the head & neck has about 600,000 diagnosed cases worldwide annually. Generally, patients have locoregionally advanced disease, while more than 50% have a recurrence of disease within the next 3 years. Persons with carcinoma of the head and neck, have cancer progression within 6 months after treatment administered either as primary or recurrent disease. In the era of ubiquitous computing, Clinical Decision Support Systems are very much helpful to support medical staff for diagnosis, treatment and follow up based on the experiences of the experts. The Silo-based development methodology is adapted to acquire knowledge from the expert in a systematic way and present in a formal way for verification and validation. After that, the acquired knowledge is converted into the executable rule through intelligent knowledge authoring for the support of diagnosis and treatment.

Other related sessions:  

Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Workshop for Intelligent Medical Services - Health applications for Patient Empowerment




Activity Co-ordinator
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Prof. Sunmoo Svenna Kang

Professor, Kyung Hee University
Sunmoo Svenna Kang is currently working for Computer Science and Engineering Department at Kyung Hee University as a Professor. He joined KHU in 2015 and his job position is a Director of the Enterprise Innovation Center. He has been worked in different area of IT technology. He has... Read More →

Speakers
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Wajahat Ali Khan

Assistant Professor, Kyung Hee University
Wajahat Ali Khan is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Kyung Hee University. He is also Team Lead of Context Awareness Team of Ubiquitous Computing Lab. His research interests include ontology matching, context awareness, semantic interoperability... Read More →
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Dr. Taqdir Ali

Postdoctoral Researcher, Kyung Hee University, South Korea
Taqdir Ali is currently doing Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Kyung Hee University, South Korea. He received his PhD degree from Department of Computer Engineering, Kyung Hee University, South Korea, in 2019. Also, he is a team lead of Intelligent Medical Platform research center project... Read More →



Tuesday July 23, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia
  • Organization Other, APAN Member Organization
  • Target Audience Medical and ICT Personnel
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

3:00pm

Tea
Tuesday July 23, 2019 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Auditorium

3:30pm

Backbone Forum
This session will be held from 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives :

The Backbone Forum is the successor of the backbone Committee and will concentrate on the longer term strategic aspects of providing state of the art connectivity between APAN members and to the global NREN/R&E community. Emphasis will be on the infrastructure growth and availability, the establishment of the APRP and GRP as well as the new GNA-G activities.

Agenda :

1. Introduction to BBF - Markus Buchhorn, APAN

2. Introduction to GNA-G - David Wilde

3. APRP and DMC2020 - Jeonghoon Moon , KISTI, Korea  ,  Alvin Chiam

4. Subsea cable update - ​Yves Poppe , NSCC ​​​

Activity Co-ordinator
YP

Yves Poppe

Chair Backbone Committee, A*STAR NSCC Singapore

Speakers
DM

Dr. Markus Buchhorn

General Manager, APAN
avatar for Jeonghoon Moon

Jeonghoon Moon

Senior Researcher, KISTI, Korea
I am working for KISTI(Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information) which institute's major role is Korea National Supercomputing & Networking Centre and also belonging Dept. of Applied Research and Network R&D at KISTI, for especially, working for KREONET which is Korea... Read More →


Tuesday July 23, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 05
  • Organization Task Force
  • Target Audience APAN NREN decision makers
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 40-50

3:30pm

Big Data and AI in Agriculture
This session will be held from 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives :

Data processing using big data and AI is considered promising in the agricultural field, and many researchers are conducting research in this field. The APAN Agricultural Working Group has focused on this area for several years, and has held a session on "Big Data and AI in Agriculture" at the APAN Meetings. Unfortunately, international cooperation in this area among APAN members is not enough. Therefore, APAN Agricultural Working Group will continue this session in APAN 48, promoting information exchange and international cooperation.
In this session, to report on sensor network technology, management and sharing of open data, use of AI in agriculture, and discuss collaborative research. etc. are expected. Looking forward to your contributions.

Session Chairs :

Takuji Kiura 
Royboon Rassameethes , HAII, Thailand

Agenda

1. [[Session Keynote]] Technology thought leadership and how it can support building resilient communities -DECIANTIS , Forest Technology Systems ,Canada

2. Treating Field Server Data files with ZFS  - Takuji Kiura 

There are over 100 million raw data files from field data published at http://fsds.dc.affrc.go.jp/data[1-5]/, and more new files are being added. Since observation data can only be acquired at that time, it is necessary to protect these files from data loss due to ransomware or disasters. Backups are an important way, but the rsync command, we used before, took considerable time just to find files that were modified or added. Because of this, We used Btrfs, a copy on write file system on linux. A year before we started using ZFS, also available on linux, because it has a reputation on other OSs. Here, we introduce a new system using ZFS, comparing it with our two old systems.


3. Multi-Scale Time-Series Analysis of HTPP data collection frequency - Soumyashree Kar

High Throughput Plant Phenotyping (HTPP) not only generates a large amount of data but also a large amount of information. However, it is often noticed that appropriate information extraction is limited,
either due to redundancy in the observed variables and/or noise, which could either be phenomenon-based or latent (i.e. as part of the data collection procedure itself). In this work, 15-minute frequency plant
evapotranspiration (ET) observations are used to enable proper identification of genotypic differences, by: 1- identifying the appropriate level of de-noised high-frequency time-series (TS) data using Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT) and entropy analysis at each level of decomposition, 2- determining the optimum sampling frequency/intervals by multi-scaling the ET TS data. For the second objective, ARIMA based models are used for each scaling frequency, and model efficiency is assessed based on the respective AIC and RMSE estimates. Subsequently, clustering is performed and the resultant cluster indices are used to determine classification accuracy at each scale of the TS. The results suggest an acceptable level of
classification accuracy could be obtained till a maximum of 90-minute frequency, beyond which the genotypic differences seem to greatly dissolve.

4. Development of the high-resolution historical gridded daily meteorological data set over Japan using the JRA-55 reanalysis data. - Yasushi Ishigooka, NIAES

We had developed a high spatial resolution (approximately 1km × 1km) gridded daily meteorological data set by combining the high-resolution monthly climate data with the JRA-55 reanalysis data, which covers for a long-term period of 55 years (1958-2013) and contains most of major meteorological elements that enable to implement many crop and hydro-logical models. The data set can be used for estimating detailed spatiotemporal information on the effects of observed past climate change and changes in the cultivation conditions on the potential productivity of Japanese crops.

Activity Co-ordinator
MT

Mr. Takuji Kiura

Senior Researcher, National Agriculture and Food Research Organization
Takuji Kiura is a senior researcher of Institute for_x000D_ Agro-Environmental Sciences, National Agriculture and Food Research Organization. He is co-chair of APAN Agriculture Working Group since 2018, and co-chair of W3C Agriculture Community Group. He is interested in the interoperability... Read More →

Tuesday July 23, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 01

3:30pm

Cloud WG Session - Member update and WG Discussion #1
Objectives :

The Cloud WG sessions are designed to provide attendees with an opportunity to discuss the latest development around Cloud-based ICT technology. It targets to promote APAN-wide collaboration to facilitate international inter-cloud coordination by providing test bed for innovative projects and support the POC, sharing information about key technologies for inter-cloud deployments and reference models for inter-cloud deployments.

Session Chair : Hiroki Kashiwazaki , Osaka University, Japan

Agenda : 

1. Australian Cloud Update - Andrew Howard , National Computational Infrastructure, Australia

2. Distcloud update - Hiroki Kashiwazaki , Osaka University, Japan

3. Smart-Energy@Chula in Asi@Connect’s Data-Centric IoT-Cloud Service Platform (IoTcloudServe@TEIN) Project - Chaodit Aswakul , Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

4. Cloud Computing Resource Allocation with On-Site Renewable Energy for Smart City - Ririnda Thirasupa

Related Sessions :

Cloud WG Session - Technology talks
Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
Cloud WG Session - Member update and WG Discussion #1
Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
Cloud WG Session - Member update and WG Discussion #2
Tuesday July 23rd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2

Activity Co-ordinator
PJ

Prof. JongWon Kim

Cloud WG Co-Chair, GIST

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Howard

Andrew Howard

Cloud Team Manager, Australian National University
Andrew has many decades of hands-on technical, diplomatic and logistics experience covering a wide range of standard and bespoke technologies, languages and applications within Industry, Government and Academia nationally and internationally.His current role at the National Computational... Read More →
HK

Hiroki Kashiwazaki

Associate Professor, National Institute of Informatics
Hiroki Kashiwazaki withdrew the Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University twice in 2001 and 2005 respectively. He also resigned the Graduate school of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido University in 2009 and Art Media Center, Tokyo University of the Arts in 2012... Read More →
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Chaodit Aswakul

Chulalongkorn University
RT

Ririnda Thirasupa

Chulalongkorn University


Tuesday July 23, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Mini Auditorium 2
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Cloud WG members and others who have interested in sharing and collaboration by leveraging Cloud-leveraged ICT technology.
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 20-40

3:30pm

Medical WG: Aig-Endoscopy Session
Objectives :

Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.
In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Session Chair :   Jahangir

Agenda :

1. Presentation from Believers Church Medical College Hospital - Jahangir , Deepak Johnson

2. Presentation from UPMC - Dario Ligresti , Zaheer

3. Presentation from Asian Institute of Gastroenterology - Deepak Johnson ,  Radhika Chavan

4. Presentation from National Taiwan University Hospital - Dario Ligresti, Yu-Ting Kuo

Related Sessions :

Monday July 22nd, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Dental Session
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Rural Healthcare Session
Monday July 22nd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Tele-health Session
Monday July 22nd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Russia-Endoscopy Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Jimper-Surgery Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Aig-Endoscopy Session
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Test Session
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: HPB Session
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Internal Medical Session
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: ECE-Endoscopy Session
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 1
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 2
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: MIS Session
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Ophthalmology Session
Friday July 26th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Remote Healthcare Session
Friday July 26th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 3



Activity Co-ordinator
RY

Ryoko Yoshida

Medical WG secretariat, TEMDEC, Kyushu University Hospital

Tuesday July 23, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Mini Auditorium 1
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Medical doctors/Co-medicals /Engineers/Researchers
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

3:30pm

IAM Task Force Meeting - Closing BACKFIRE
Objectives: 
The final sessions of the Broadening Asi@Connect Knowledge on Federated Identity, Roaming and E-infrastructure (BACKFIRE) project. In these sessions we will acknowledge the activities, advances, opportunities successes of the project.

As a direct outcome of the Backfire project has been the creation of the REFEDs Distinguished Engineer program that awards the recipient the opportunity to participate in global REFEDS meeting, attend the TNC conference and to be mentored by colleagues from advanced established federations. Raja V, Scientist has the honour of being the first APAN recipient. Raja V will present on his trip and share his experiences with us.

The BACKFIRE project has seen the growth in number of Identity Federations across the APAN region some of which have joined the global eduGAIN initiative. Each federation will provide an updates on recent activities and their action plans into the future.

As the final BACKFIRE session we will review the successes of the project and discuss future steps to ensure the continued growth of federations across the APAN region.

Session Chairs: 
Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation 

Agenda: 
01. Closing off BACKFIRE - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation 
The BACKFIRE project has seen the growth in the number of Identity Federations across the APAN region some of which have joined the global eduGAIN initiative. As BACKFIRE draws to a close we will review the successes of the project and discuss future steps to ensure the continued growth of federations across the APAN region.

02. BACKFIRE #2 - Brook Schofield, GÉANT Association 
An initial submission has been submitted for BACKFIRE (Broadening Asi@Connect Knowledge on Federated Identity, Roaming and E-infrastructure) #2. In this session we will discuss the activities and opportunities that will see the greatest improvements in federation activities within the APAN region.

Related Sessions: 

Tuesday, July 23, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Task Force Meeting - REFEDs Distinguished Engineer Report and Federation Updates

Tuesday, July 23, 5:00pm - 6:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Task Force Meeting - Federated IAM - Birds of a feather (BOF) Session

Activity Co-ordinator
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Terry Smith

Chair, APAN IAM Task Force, Australian Access Federation
Terry Smith is responsible for the ongoing operation of the federation and for providing support and training activities to the AAF subscriber community. Terry is an experienced IT professional who has been working in Identity and Access Management in the tertiary sector for more... Read More →

Speakers

Tuesday July 23, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 07

3:30pm

Workshop for Intelligent Medical Services - Health applications for Patient Empowerment
The purpose of the tutorial is to provide audience with the insights into intelligent medical services in the medical domain using ICT technologies. The experience of constructing the platform and building the services on top of the platform will be shared. Example case studies will also be presented to obtain the real essence of the platform.

Session Chairs :  Taqdir Ali ,Kyung Hee University, South Korea
                                     Ng Chirk Jenn , University of Malaya, Malaysia
                                     Tun Firzara Abdul Malik , University of Malaya, Malaysia
                                     Teo Chin Hai ,University of Malaya, Malaysia

Agenda :

1. Overview of Patient-centred Health Applications - Ng Chirk Jenn , University of Malaya, Malaysia

In the past decade, many health applications have been developed to improve health care delivery. This shift is due to the increase of technology use especially via the mobile phone which has been become widely available and affordable; It allows health care to be delivered to people anytime anywhere. Patients can access to information via the search engines such as Google, chat groups, consumer health devices and mobile applications. These health applications can help to educate, motivate and empower patients to take care of their own well-being with the ultimate aim of improving their health outcomes. The first lecture will provide an overview of the current state of patient-centered health applications.

2. Addressing Patient Agenda: The Visit Tool - Tun Firzara Abdul Malik , University of Malaya, Malaysia

Values In Shared Interactions Tool (VISIT) is a website where patients can enter their health concerns into their mobile devices (mobile phone or tablets) or computers before meeting the doctor. Doctors can then access this information via the electronic medical records before the consultations. Individual in-depth interviews with the patients and doctors revealed that the website (1) facilitated patients to communicate their full agenda to doctors; (2) helped address unmet patient needs as it gave them opportunity to raise other issues besides their chronic condition (3) improved rapport between doctor and patient and (4) facilitated doctors to organize their consultation around the patients’ concerns.

3. Empowering Men to Screen: The ScreenMen App - Teo Chin Hai ,University of Malaya, Malaysia

ScreenMen is a mobile web app that provides comprehensive and evidence-based health screening for men. It uses a self-driven algorithm to assess users’ health and provides personalized advice to them based on their own health risks, which mimics an actual consultation with a doctor. This application was developed based on needs assessment interview with men, who were also involved in the whole development process based on user-centered design.

Other related sessions: 

Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Workshop for Intelligent Medical Services - Silo Construction Process and Case Studies




Activity Co-ordinator
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Prof. Sunmoo Svenna Kang

Professor, Kyung Hee University
Sunmoo Svenna Kang is currently working for Computer Science and Engineering Department at Kyung Hee University as a Professor. He joined KHU in 2015 and his job position is a Director of the Enterprise Innovation Center. He has been worked in different area of IT technology. He has... Read More →

Speakers
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Dr. Taqdir Ali

Postdoctoral Researcher, Kyung Hee University, South Korea
Taqdir Ali is currently doing Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Kyung Hee University, South Korea. He received his PhD degree from Department of Computer Engineering, Kyung Hee University, South Korea, in 2019. Also, he is a team lead of Intelligent Medical Platform research center project... Read More →
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Ng Chirk Jenn

Professor, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Chirk Jenn is a Professor of Family Medicine at the Department of Primary Care Medicine, University of Malaya. He is also the Deputy Dean of Research at the Faculty of Medicine and the Chair of the University of Malaya eHealth Initiative. His research interests involve men’s health... Read More →
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Tun Firzara Abdul Malik

Senior lecturer, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Tun Firzara is a senior lecturer at the Department of Primary Care Medicine, University of Malaya. She obtained her undergraduate degree from Monash University, Australia in 2006 and postgraduate degree in Family Medicine in 2014. Her research interests involve men’s health, genetics... Read More →
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Teo Chin Hai

Post-doc Research Fellow, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Chin Hai Teo is a Post-doc Fellow at the Faculty of Medicine, Department of Primary Care Medicine, University of Malaya. His areas of research include men’s health and eHealth and his current research work revolves around using ICT and best scientific evidence to innovate effective... Read More →



Tuesday July 23, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia
  • Organization Other, APAN Member Organization
  • Target Audience Medical and ICT Personnel
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

5:00pm

Agriculture Working Group Meeting
Objectives:
Exchange and update information of members and elect chair and co-chairs of AgWG on the following aspect

1. Summary of current activity
2. Short reports of APAN48 activity
3. Election of Chair and Co-chair
4. Plans for the next 2 years and future activity
5. Session proposals for APAN49
6. Other matters

Session Chair : Sutat Weesakul , Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute, Ministry of Science and Technology, Thailand

Agenda :
  1.  Election of Chair and Co chair  
  2. Plans for the next 2 years and future activity
  3. Summary of APAN48 Activity and Discussion for APAN49 Planning   Sutat Weesakul , Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute, Ministry of Science and Technology, Thailand
  4. Election of Chair and Co-chair Takuji Kiura, National Agriculture and Food Research Organization



Activity Co-ordinator
JC

Jittiporn Chantarojsiri

Hydro - Informatics Institute, HII

Speakers
MT

Mr. Takuji Kiura

Senior Researcher, National Agriculture and Food Research Organization
Takuji Kiura is a senior researcher of Institute for_x000D_ Agro-Environmental Sciences, National Agriculture and Food Research Organization. He is co-chair of APAN Agriculture Working Group since 2018, and co-chair of W3C Agriculture Community Group. He is interested in the interoperability... Read More →
DS

Dr. Sutat Weesakul

Director, Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute, Ministry of Science and Technology, Thailand
Dr. Sutat Weesakul, Director of Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute (HAII), Ministry of Science and Technology, Thailand, graduated with a doctoral degree in Engineering (Hydraulic/ Coastal) from The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand._x000D_ _x000D_ Before working with... Read More →


Tuesday July 23, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Room 05
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Members of AgWG, and related WGs
  • Seating Arrangement U-Shape
  • Expected Number of Participants 20

5:00pm

Cloud WG Session - Member update and WG Discussion #2
Objectives : 

The Cloud WG sessions are designed to provide attendees with an opportunity to discuss the latest development around Cloud-based ICT technology. It targets to promote APAN-wide collaboration to facilitate international inter-cloud coordination by providing test bed for innovative projects and support the POC, sharing information about key technologies for inter-cloud deployments and reference models for inter-cloud deployments.

Session Chair :  JongWon Kim , GIST, Korea 

Agenda :

1. Packet Generator Software for Virtual Synchrophasor over SDN Emulator - Saran Jitnukulsiri

2. SDN-based Coordination for IoT-Cloud Connectivity employing Wired/Wireless Multi-Access SmartX Boxes - Jusung Kim , GIST, Korea

3. Air Conditioner Demo-Board Control through Echonet-lite Protocol under IoTcloudServe@TEIN Test Case - Pattarasak Namsri , Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

4. Relocatable Service Composition based on Microservice Architecture for Cloud-Native IoT-Cloud Services - Seunghyeong Lee , GIST, Korea

5. Member discussion

Related Session :


Cloud WG Session - Technology talks
Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
Cloud WG Session - Member update and WG Discussion #1
Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
Cloud WG Session - Member update and WG Discussion #2
Tuesday July 23rd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2

Activity Co-ordinator
PJ

Prof. JongWon Kim

Cloud WG Co-Chair, GIST

Speakers
JK

Jusung Kim

GIST, Korea
PN

Pattarasak Namsri

Chulalongkorn University
SL

Seunghyeong Lee

GIST, Korea
SJ

Saran Jitnukulsiri

Chulalongkorn University


Tuesday July 23, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Mini Auditorium 2
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Cloud WG members and others who have interested in sharing and collaboration by leveraging Cloud-leveraged ICT technology.
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 20-40

5:00pm

Culture of Innovation Induction Among Physicians
Objectives :

Bridging the gap between physicians and engineers always is an ice breaking task but once achieved will lead to creativity & generation of novel innovations. The multi-disciplinary approach is the key to success. The speaker will focus on his experience in terms of its benefits, the methodology by brainstorming to inculcate the culture of innovation in medical faculties.

Session Chair :   Muhammad Iftikhar , MAHSA UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA 
                                    Siamak Sarrafan

Agenda :

Culture of Innovation Induction Among Physicians by Multidisciplinary Approach

  1. Why Innovation Matters?  - Siamak Sarrafan
Research & Innovation sometimes are confusing for beginners. Research is conversion of money into knowledge whereas innovation is reverse. Till you cross the "Bridge of Valley of Death of Innovation" still considered as Money Master but later financial benefits are expected. Research, Creativity, Innovation & Invention concepts will be introduced during this session.

2. Brainstorming Innovation Activities - Linta Iftikhar  ,  Muhammad Feras Iftikhar

Small brainstorming activities will be practiced, removing misconception that innovation is something Big, Very Big & Very High.

3. Culture of Innovation Induction Among Physicians - Muhammad Iftikhar , MAHSA UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA 
Bridging the gap between physicians and engineers always is an ice-breaking task but once achieved will lead to creativity & generation of novel innovations. The multi-disciplinary approach is the key to success. The speaker will focus on his experience in terms of its benefits, the methodology by brainstorming to inculcate the culture of innovation in medical faculties.

Activity Co-ordinator
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PROF IFTIKHAR HANIF

Professor of Orthopaedic, MAHSA UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA
Professor Dr. Muhammad Iftikhar Hanif did his graduation from Rawalpindi Medical College, Pakistan in 1990 & postgraduate training at PIMS, Islamabad, and secured MS (Orthopaedic) in 1998. Later he joined DHQ Hospital Sargodha, Pakistan followed by Hospital Sultanah Aminah, Johor... Read More →

Speakers
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Siamak Sarrafan

Head of Orthopaedic Unit, MSU University Shah Alam, Malaysia
Doctor Siamak Sarrafan is an orthopaedic surgeon with fellowship in upper limb reconstruction and microsurgery. He participated in many invention and innovation competitions at national and international levels and has been awarded the first prize multiple times. Dr Siamak Sarrafan... Read More →



Tuesday July 23, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Room 01
  • Organization Working Group, Other
  • Target Audience Academics
  • Seating Arrangement 20-30
  • Expected Number of Participants Class Room

5:00pm

IAM Task Force Meeting - Federated IAM - Birds of a feather (BOF) Session
Objectives: 
The final sessions of the Broadening Asi@Connect Knowledge on Federated Identity, Roaming and E-infrastructure (BACKFIRE) project. In these sessions we will acknowledge the activities, advances, opportunities successes of the project.

As a direct outcome of the Backfire project has been the creation of the REFEDs Distinguished Engineer program that awards the recipient the opportunity to participate in global REFEDS meeting, attend the TNC conference and to be mentored by colleagues from advanced established federations. Raja V, Scientist has the honour of being the first APAN recipient. Raja V will present on his trip and share his experiences with us.

The BACKFIRE project has seen the growth in number of Identity Federations across the APAN region some of which have joined the global eduGAIN initiative. Each federation will provide an updates on recent activities and their action plans into the future.

As the final BACKFIRE session we will review the successes of the project and discuss future steps to ensure the continued growth of federations across the APAN region.

Session Chairs: 
Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation 

Agenda: 
A BoF session for federated identity management practitioners to carry out discussions without any pre planned agenda

Related Sessions: 

Tuesday, July 23, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Task Force Meeting - REFEDs Distinguished Engineer Report and Federation Updates

Tuesday, July 23, 3:30pm - 5:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Task Force Meeting - Closing BACKFIRE

Activity Co-ordinator
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Terry Smith

Chair, APAN IAM Task Force, Australian Access Federation
Terry Smith is responsible for the ongoing operation of the federation and for providing support and training activities to the AAF subscriber community. Terry is an experienced IT professional who has been working in Identity and Access Management in the tertiary sector for more... Read More →

Tuesday July 23, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Room 07

6:00pm

Opening Reception
Tuesday July 23, 2019 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Auditorium
 
Wednesday, July 24
 

9:00am

CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training -WELCOME + ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Objectives :
The session is comprised of CSIRT in Asia meeting and a TRANSITS I training.

The objectives of the TRANSITS training are to provide affordable, state of the art high quality training to CSIRT and other interested R&E organisations’ personnel in the Asia-Pacific region and equip the attendees with the knowledge and materials needed to pass their knowledge in their constituencies.

The participants of the CSIRT in Asia meeting will be invited to give a presentation or a lightning talk on the progress of their CERT, success and failure stories and participate in discussions or debate on the most pressing security issues in the region and globally.

Session Chairs :

Sigita Jurkynaite , GÉANT
Nicole Harris , GÉANT

Agenda :

1. Welcome  - Sigita Jurkynaite , GÉANT
Welcoming the participants ,Presenting the agenda, Introduction to GEANT Community Programme and Asi@Connect CSIRT Development in Asia project

2. Organisational module - Nicole Harris , GÉANT
The organisational module covers how CSIRTs fit within their organisations and includes planning the team, defining its constituency, determining which services to offer, staffing, communicating with external parties, funding, and obtaining management authority.

Related Sessions :

Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training -WELCOME + ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - TECHNICAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Wednesday July 24th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training​​​
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - OPERATIONAL MODULE​​​
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training​​​
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - LEGAL MODULE​​​
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - INTRODUCTION TO RISK MANAGEMENT​​​
Thursday July 25th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training​​​

Activity Co-ordinator
SJ

Sigita Jurkynaite

Partner Relations Officer, GÉANT
Sigita is a Project Development Officer at GÉANT. She manages and supports security related projects and working groups, including TF-CSIRT (task force promoting collaboration and coordination between CSIRTs in Europe), SIG-ISM (a forum for interchanging knowledge and experiences... Read More →

Speakers
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Nicole Harris

Head of Trust and Identity Operations, GÉANT
Nicole Harris joined GÉANT in March 2013 as a Project Development Officer to support the global GÉANT Community Programme. She works primarily in the security and middleware areas and specialises in managing global IT initiatives, policy and legal issues and open source developments... Read More →


Wednesday July 24, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Room 05
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience The operational module covers the incident handling process from initial reports, through triage, investigation, resolution, closure, to post-analysis. Includes practical exercises and a survey of useful tools.
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

9:00am

Disaster Mitigation Working Group Meeting - Regional Collaborations
Objectives: 
Disaster Mitigation Working Group will host a one-day workshop aiming to:
  1. Review the collaboration model and case study status
  2. Discuss the collaboration with Agriculture Working Group
  3. Future training events by UND projects (Asi@Connect funded project) and other activities
  4. Extend the APAN-EGI collaboration framework and regional collaborations
Session Chairs: 
Eric Yen, Academia Sinica Grid Computing Centre, Taiwan

Agenda: 
01. Regional collaborations on disaster mitigation I - Eric Yen

02. Regional collaborations on disaster mitigation II - 
Veerachai Tanpipat

03. Machine learning enabled work on satellite images for disaster risk reduction and agriculture - 
Joel Joseph S. Marciano 

Related Sessions:

Wednesday, July 24th, 11:00am - 12:30pm @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Disaster Mitigation Working Group Meeting - Case Study I

Wednesday, July 24th, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Disaster Mitigation Working Group Meeting - Case Study II

Wednesday, July 24th, 3:30am - 5:00pm @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Disaster Mitigation Working Group Meeting - Discussion

Activity Co-ordinator
EY

Eric Yen

Research Scientist, Academia Sinica Grid Computing Centre
Eric Yen is the senior technical manager of ASGC, who is conducting the e-Science infrastructure, core technology and application development in ASGC, and to support broader collaboration within Taiwan and with Asia and Europe. Meanwhile he is also the chair of APAN Disaster Mitigation... Read More →

Speakers
JJ

Joel Joseph S. Marciano

Acting Director IV, Advanced Science and Technology Institute
Dr. Joel Joseph S. Marciano Jr. is a Professor at the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Institute of the College of Engineering, University of the Philippines Diliman, where he holds the Dado and Maria Banatao Institute Professorial Chair. He is also the Director (on secondment... Read More →
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Veerachai Tanpipat

Consulatant, Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute, Thailand
Critical skills and strengths: geoinformatics of changing Earth applications in natural disasters monitoring especially in forest fire and flood including the SCUBA diving instructor license from a high standard NAUI.A consultant of geoinformatics and international collaborations... Read More →


Wednesday July 24, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia

9:00am

eCulture WG - Cyber Performance and Beyond 2020
Objectives: 
  1. To share information about new technologies and case studies to visualize social phenomenon and cultural heritage content spatially and/or chronologically, e.g. GIS applications to understand spatial patterns and relationships.
  2. To encourage academics, scientists and techno-partners to take full advantage of ICT applications for teaching, research and e-resource development in the field of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
  3. To network with other WGs and interested parties on e-resources (systems) and aggregation methods including inter-operability and meta-data along with the development of network infrastructure; e.g. the Sub-Culture peculiar on the Net.
  4. To explore the e-exchange of cultures and cultural performances including developing a cultural database of the Asia-Pacific region.
Session Chairs: 
Faridah Mohd Noor, University of Malaya
Andrew Howard, National Computational Infrastructure, Australia

Agenda: 
01. Experience of Cyber Performance Implementation in Vietnam - Nguyen Hong Van
VinaREN is National Research and Education Network in Vietnam. Now, VinaREN has more than 80 members, including the research institutes, universities, the science and technology information centers, governmental body in 63 provinces and cities over the country. In recent years, VinaREN has some activities to introduce international collaboration, cultural exchanges among TEIN and APAN members, advanced technologies related to the cyber performance shows on the high speed links of TEIN network infrastructure. This presentation mentions to the cyber performance events that VinaREN participated as the main or sub member with some lessons learned for newcomers.

02. Cyber-Performance Experience and Opportunities in India - Paventhan 
The WP5-CP project participation experience including India’s participation in the Cyber Performance events will be covered. There are various Indian dance forms, traditional music and arts & crafts are practiced in different States of India. The next phase WP5-CP activities in India can look at how our proposed project plans can help in capturing/archiving the traditional culture, arts, crafts.

03. Cultural Performance: Digital Transformation - Md. Sajidul Islam
Cyber Performance: a concept to perform, unify and broadcast geographically dispersed cultural events in real-time was an initiative undertaken under the project with a view to transforming real-life cultural performance into digital format and then broadcast to the physically scattered audience. My presentation will feature the objectives of the just completed project, the activities conducted under this project, challenges which were faced, mitigatory steps that were taken, the project outcome in terms of fulfillment of objectives, and last but not the least, how to proceed from here on as we are planning to move on stepping into the next phase. It was well understood from the outcome of the previous phase that cyber performance is a continuous process and there are lot of avenues where we need improvement as quality of service is of prime importance for commercial implementation of such venture. There is no doubt in speculating that as time progresses the digital performance will definitely improve but at the same time the requirements will be more stringent. Hence, we should muster all our efforts and all available technology to overcome all obstacles that stand on our way to achieve our goals. Hopefully, the next phase of Cyber Performance will lead us to attainment of those goals.

04. Tech-Fusion Asi@Connect Project and Five-Country Collaboration of dQ19 (dancingQ19): Recap and the What Next? - Faridah Mohd Noor and Boncheol Goo
We begin with an overview of the project. This Tech-Culture Fusion Program was supported by Asi@Connect. The country partners and their Nrens are Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Vietnam and Malaysia. BC Goo of Next Inc., Korea, led the team to provide each member team with the hands-on sessions that were held in several APAN Meetings including in Hanoi, Vietnam. A symposium "Cultural Transformation in Digital Ecosystem" was held in June 2018 Dakha, Bangladesh, which was a workshop cum sharing session with guest speakers from Konilab. The project ended gracefully with the dQ19 Cyber performance at the APAN47 Meeting.

Related Sessions:

Wednesday, July 24th, 11:00am - 12:30pm @ Room 01
eCulture WG -  ECulture, Elife and Collaborative Network

Wednesday, July 24th, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 01
eCulture WG

Thursday, July 25th, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 01
eCulture WG

Activity Co-ordinator
FM

Faridah Mohd Noor

Associate Professor, University of Malaya

Speakers
avatar for Boncheol Goo

Boncheol Goo

CEO, NEXT Inc., South Korea
Boncheol Goo received B.A. and M.A. in Composition from Chungnam National University, South Korea. He has Diploma in Computer Music from Conservatorium Maastricht, The Netherlands. He was a visiting professor in Graduate School of Culture Technology, KAIST. He is currently a CEO of... Read More →
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Andrew Howard

Cloud Team Manager, Australian National University
Andrew has many decades of hands-on technical, diplomatic and logistics experience covering a wide range of standard and bespoke technologies, languages and applications within Industry, Government and Academia nationally and internationally.His current role at the National Computational... Read More →
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Md. Sajidul Islam

Sr. Network Engineer, Bangladesh Research and Education Network Country ,Bangladesh
Md. Sajidul Islam is a passionate network engineer and a trainer of TEMDEC. He works for the Bangladesh Research and Education Network.Sajid helped build and operate countrywide IP/MPLS backbone network and virtual class room for Bangladesh Research and Education Network (BdREN... Read More →
P

Paventhan

ERNET, India


Wednesday July 24, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Room 01

9:00am

IAM Working Group Meeting
Objectives: 
This meeting will start with discussions on advanced federation topics to seed ideas for blossoming federations to aspire for. This will include presentations on the following topics;
  • Advanced options for service providers
  • Federations and HPC advances occurring is Australia
Federation will be given the opportunity to deep dive into their current plans, issues and road blocks discussing options with other federation operators from within the APAN region and global experts. Areas that will be covered will include but not be limited to;
  • Data/Business Analytic
  • Growth and sustainability of a national identity federation
Session Chairs: 
Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation

Agenda:
01. Roll Call - Jacinta Rebelo
Roll call for participants in the working group meeting.

02. Working Group Meeting Overview - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
An overview of the sessions of the IAM Working group meeting

03. eduroam on Passpoint/NGH Updates and the City Wi-Fi Roaming 2019 - Hideaki Goto, Tohoku University, Japan
Next Generation Hotspot (NGH), together with Passpoint, brings higher security, better usability comparable with mobile phones, and roaming capabilities to Public Wi-Fi services. This presentation introduces our latest activities of developing eduroam-on-NGH and reports our experiences in the City Wi-Fi Roaming trial by the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) in 2018. A new Roaming Federation as the successor of the City Wi-Fi Roaming has been announced by the WBA, and some eduroam members are trying to enable eduroam services on Public Wi-Fi worldwide. SIM-based authentication by telecom operators will also be available and is expected to provide easier guest access on campus Wi-Fi and Public Wi-Fi.

04. Status of eduroam in the APAN Region - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
Using interactive audience participation tools this session will attempt to get a better understanding of the current state of eduroam deployments across the APAN region to aid in planning for future initiatives in this area.

05. eduroam presentation #3
A presentation on eduroam from an APAN participant deploying eduroam

06. eduroam presentation #4
A presentation on eduroam from an APAN participant deploying eduroam

Related Sessions:

Wednesday, July 24th, 11:00am - 12:30pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting

Wednesday, July 24th, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting - Deployment options

Wednesday, July 24th, 3:30pm - 5:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting - Advanced Federated Services

Wednesday, July 24th, 5:00pm - 6:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting -  Identity and Access Management Wrap-up

Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Terry Smith

Terry Smith

Chair, APAN IAM Task Force, Australian Access Federation
Terry Smith is responsible for the ongoing operation of the federation and for providing support and training activities to the AAF subscriber community. Terry is an experienced IT professional who has been working in Identity and Access Management in the tertiary sector for more... Read More →

Speakers
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Jacinta Rebelo

Australian Access Federation Limited
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Hideaki Goto

Associate Professor, Tohoku University
Hideaki Goto is an associate professor at Cyberscience Center of Tohoku University, Japan. His research interests include pattern recognition, wireless network, identity federation, and information security. He works with NII for the eduroam operation in Japan and is also a member... Read More →



Wednesday July 24, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Room 07

9:00am

Medical WG: Test Session
Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.
In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Activity Co-ordinator
RY

Ryoko Yoshida

Medical WG secretariat, TEMDEC, Kyushu University Hospital

Wednesday July 24, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Mini Auditorium 1

9:00am

Hands-On Tutorial on ROA/ROV for Secure Routing
This session will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives :
This hands-on technical tutorial examines why securing the internet routing system is difficult, and the global impact when things go wrong. The tutorial also looks at the various existing tools and industry initiatives to reduce the chances of someone injecting false information into the routing system.
Through a mix of lectures and hands-on labs, this tutorial will look at understanding and deploying the various BGP operations and security best practices:
1. Recent routing incidents
2. Why and how these incidents happen
3. BGP filtering techniques
4. Fundamentals of Resource PKI
5. How to create ROAs
6. Deploying RPKI Validators
6. BGP filtering with ROAs (also called route origin validation)

Session Chairs :  
Che-Hoo Cheng , APNIC
Tashi Phuntsho , APNIC. Australia

Agenda :

This hands on technical tutorial examines why securing the internet routing system is difficult and the global impact when things go wrong The tutorial also looks at the various existing tools and industry initiatives to reduce the chances of someone injecting false information into the routing system

1. Hands-On Tutorial on ROA/ROV for Secure Routing - Che-Hoo Cheng , APNIC

Through a mix of lectures and hands-on labs, this tutorial will look at understanding and deploying the various BGP operations and security best practices: 1. Recent routing incidents 2. Why and how these incidents happen 3. BGP filtering techniques 4. Fundamentals of Resource PKI 5. How to create ROAs 6. Deploying RPKI Validators 6. BGP filtering with ROAs (also called route origin validation) Workshop Pre-requisites: 1. It is assumed that the workshop participants have a working knowledge of an OSPF/IS-IS and BGP fundamentals, along with know how to use a router command line interface. 2. This workshop is not an introduction. The lab exercises use Cisco IOS configuration syntax Other requirements: Hardware: It is highly recommended that participants bring their own computers with Wi-Fi (a/b/g/n) Software: SSH client, Telnet client (PuTTy)


Activity Co-ordinator
MC

Mr. Che-Hoo Cheng

Infrastructure & Development Director, APNIC
Che-Hoo joined APNIC in April 2017. His current responsibilities at APNIC include training, technical assistance, security outreach, infrastructure services and technical community support._x000D_ _x000D_ Before APNIC, Che-Hoo was in charge of Hong Kong Internet eXchange (HKIX) and... Read More →

Speakers
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Mr. Tashi Phuntsho

Training Delivery Manager, APNIC. Australia
Tashi has experience in IP and transmission network design, operation, and maintenance having worked as a transmission engineer and IP core network engineer for more than a decade. He has been involved in capacity development in the APNIC community by providing technical assistance... Read More →



Wednesday July 24, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Room 02

9:00am

perfSONAR Introduction and Overview
Objectives :

This would be an all day (4 90 minute sessions) activity. The first 90 minutes session would be an overview of perfSONAR similar to our last few workshops. The next 3 sessions would be the below:

International Networks at Indiana University invites APAN MaDDash participants and potential new participants to attend a workshop with the following goals:
Troubleshoot the current network or systems issues on the APAN dashboard with participants.
Help potential new participants join the APAN dashboard and troubleshoot any potential issues.
Discuss network or systems improvements and best practices for perfSONAR deployments.
MaDDash dashboard creation.

Requirement: Participants attending this working session should be a current or potential participant in the APAN dashboard. Participants should have a perfSONAR node installed on their home campus. This node should be network reachable.

The current APAN perfSONAR dashboard (MadDash) can be found:
http://ps2.jp.apan.net/maddash-webui/

Session Chairs :  
Hans Addleman , Indiana University
Doug Southworth, Indiana University
Scott Chevalier , Indiana University

Agenda : 

We will be providing an introduction and overview of perfSONAR and then working to troubleshoot the current APAN Maddash

 1. Introduction and Review of the perfSONAR toolkit  - Hans Addleman , Indiana University

      Introduce the perfSONAR toolkit.

Related Sessions :

perfSONAR Introduction and Overview
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN MaDDash and perfSONAR Troubleshooting - Network
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN MaDDash perfSONAR Troubleshooting - Server Issues
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN MaDDash perfSONAR Troubleshooting - General
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2

Activity Co-ordinator
HA

Hans Addleman

Network Engineer, Indiana University International Networks


Wednesday July 24, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Mini Auditorium 2
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience APAN Dashboard members and potential members to the dashboard
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 20

10:30am

Tea
Wednesday July 24, 2019 10:30am - 11:00am
Auditorium

11:00am

CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Objectives :
The session is comprised of CSIRT in Asia meeting and a TRANSITS I training.

The objectives of the TRANSITS training are to provide affordable, state of the art high quality training to CSIRT and other interested R&E organisations’ personnel in the Asia-Pacific region and equip the attendees with the knowledge and materials needed to pass their knowledge in their constituencies.

The participants of the CSIRT in Asia meeting will be invited to give a presentation or a lightning talk on the progress of their CERT, success and failure stories and participate in discussions or debate on the most pressing security issues in the region and globally.

Session Chairs :
Nicole Harris , GÉANT

Agenda :

1. TRANSITS I TRAINING: ORGANISATIONAL MODULE - Nicole Harris , GÉANT
The organisational module covers how CSIRTs fit within their organisations and includes planning the team, defining its constituency, determining which services to offer, staffing, communicating with external parties, funding, and obtaining management authority.

Related Sessions :

Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training -WELCOME + ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - TECHNICAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Wednesday July 24th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training​​​
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - OPERATIONAL MODULE​​​
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training​​​
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - LEGAL MODULE​​​
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - INTRODUCTION TO RISK MANAGEMENT​​​
Thursday July 25th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training​​​

Activity Co-ordinator
SJ

Sigita Jurkynaite

Partner Relations Officer, GÉANT
Sigita is a Project Development Officer at GÉANT. She manages and supports security related projects and working groups, including TF-CSIRT (task force promoting collaboration and coordination between CSIRTs in Europe), SIG-ISM (a forum for interchanging knowledge and experiences... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Nicole Harris

Nicole Harris

Head of Trust and Identity Operations, GÉANT
Nicole Harris joined GÉANT in March 2013 as a Project Development Officer to support the global GÉANT Community Programme. She works primarily in the security and middleware areas and specialises in managing global IT initiatives, policy and legal issues and open source developments... Read More →


Wednesday July 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Room 05
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience who wish to share their knowledge and experience in security incident response and handling.
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

11:00am

Disaster Mitigation Working Group Meeting - Case Study I
Objectives: 
Disaster Mitigation Working Group will host a one-day workshop aiming to:
  1. Review the collaboration model and case study status
  2. Discuss the collaboration with Agriculture Working Group
  3. Future training events by UND projects (Asi@Connect funded project) and other activities
  4. Extend the APAN-EGI collaboration framework and regional collaborations
Session Chairs: 
Veerachai Tanpipat, Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute, Thailand

Agenda: 
01. Case Study of Tsunami and Storm Surge - Joel Joseph S. Marciano

02. Case Study of Typhoon and Dust Transportation - 
Chuan-Yao Lin

03. Case Study of Flood - 
Ju Jeng Lieu 

Related Sessions:

Wednesday, July 24th, 9:00am - 10:30am @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Disaster Mitigation Working Group Meeting - Regional Collaborations

Wednesday, July 24th, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Disaster Mitigation Working Group Meeting - Case Study II

Wednesday, July 24th, 3:30am - 5:00pm @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Disaster Mitigation Working Group Meeting - Discussion


Activity Co-ordinator
EY

Eric Yen

Research Scientist, Academia Sinica Grid Computing Centre
Eric Yen is the senior technical manager of ASGC, who is conducting the e-Science infrastructure, core technology and application development in ASGC, and to support broader collaboration within Taiwan and with Asia and Europe. Meanwhile he is also the chair of APAN Disaster Mitigation... Read More →

Speakers
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Veerachai Tanpipat

Consulatant, Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute, Thailand
Critical skills and strengths: geoinformatics of changing Earth applications in natural disasters monitoring especially in forest fire and flood including the SCUBA diving instructor license from a high standard NAUI.A consultant of geoinformatics and international collaborations... Read More →
CL

Chuan-Yao Lin

Academia Sinica
JN

Ju Neng Liew

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia



Wednesday July 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia

11:00am

eCulture WG - ECulture, Elife and Collaborative Network
Objectives: 
  1. To share information about new technologies and case studies to visualize social phenomenon and cultural heritage content spatially and/or chronologically, e.g. GIS applications to understand spatial patterns and relationships.
  2. To encourage academics, scientists and techno-partners to take full advantage of ICT applications for teaching, research and e-resource development in the field of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
  3. To network with other WGs and interested parties on e-resources (systems) and aggregation methods including inter-operability and meta-data along with the development of network infrastructure; e.g. the Sub-Culture peculiar on the Net.
  4. To explore the e-exchange of cultures and cultural performances including developing a cultural database of the Asia-Pacific region.
Session Chairs: 
Faridah Mohd Noor, University of Malaya
Andrew Howard, National Computational Infrastructure, Australia

Agenda: 
01. ICT literacy among students of secondary schools and Madrasah of Bangladesh: An exploratory research - A.S.M. Asaduzzaman
School children constitute a remarkable portion of the total population of Bangladesh. More than the size, their age group and characteristics make them an important community. The Internet, social media, mobile phones are popular among them. Many of these children are the so called “digital immigrants” (Prensky, 2001). Quite often, these young minds become vulnerable to rumors, fake news, distorted and incomplete information available online. Their incapacity to differentiate information from misinformation and also to judge the reliability and authenticity of sources leads to personal, legal and social problems. Therefore, it is imperative that we investigate their access and level of knowledge, competence and literacy regarding their ICT use.

02. Trust-Building Workshop for the Future Generation in Asia - Tosh Yamamoto,  Juling ShihMasanori Tagami and Tomoya Ikezawa
A sustainable goal to the future society is to maintain a safe, peaceful, and self-sustainable society. Aiming at such safe, peaceful, and sustainable society, trust-building workshops based on global liberal arts have been implemented among elementary schools, high schools, universities, and graduate schools in Japan and Taiwan, where multi-stakeholders gather and discuss for the benefit of the future generations. Such workshops offer participants of various ages and experiences would have opportunities to talk with younger as well as older generations, which is similar to the situation where one could talk as if he/she were meeting and talking to the self, say, ten years ago or ten years later in life. The goal of the presentation is to share with the participants the progress of the negotiation practicum movement that has been conducted since 2014 with the governmental education grant for accelerating innovative educational curriculum involving K-12, universities, graduate schools, and, glocal societies.

03. Crafting New Cultural Values in Rural Communities Dwindling in Population and Economic Power - An Optimal Solution to Revitalize Rural Farming Communities - Tosh Yamamoto,  Maki OkunukiBenson Ong and Chris Pang
There have been many studies and cases of trials to solve the problem of rural communities dwindling in population and losing economic impact. In such communities, houses have been vacated and farm fields have been abandoned. Sustainable development has not been maintained in such communities. Successful cases are few. And yet, the government will be more interested in SDGs at the global level. Any innovative ideas without economic consideration would not solve such issues. In a way, it will be a successful sense-making of solving the issue of the current situation and ICT-enhanced digital marketing strategies. The goal of the presentation is to demonstrate two optimal social entrepreneurship approaches to support start-up groups of entrepreneurial innovators through incubation. A pilot project in the Aogaki Township in the Tamba Area will be reported during the presentation. And then, an innovative project will be reported by NYP a successful case of incubation for social entrepreneurship in Singapore.

Related Sessions:

Wednesday, July 24th, 09:00am - 10:30am @ Room 01
eCulture WG - Cyber Performance and Beyond 2020

Wednesday, July 24th, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 01
eCulture WG

Thursday, July 25th, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 01
eCulture WG

Activity Co-ordinator
FM

Faridah Mohd Noor

Associate Professor, University of Malaya

Speakers
TY

Tosh Yamamoto

Kansai University, Japan
Tosh Yamamoto is a professor at the Center for Teaching and Learning at the Kansai University in Osaka, Japan. He is currently an Associate Director for the Division of Promotion of Educational Development.He is an educational specialist for media informatics ranging from the design... Read More →
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Dr. A.S.M. Asaduzzaman

Associate Professor, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
JS

Juling Shih

National University of Tainan, Taiwan
MT

Masanori Tagami

Otemon Gakuin University, Japan
TI

Tomoya Ikezawa

Asia University, Taiwan
MO

Maki Okunuki

Kansai University, Japan
BO

Benson Ong

NYP, Singapore
CP

Chris Pang

NYP, Singapore


Wednesday July 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Room 01

11:00am

IAM Working Group Meeting
Objectives: 
This meeting will start with discussions on advanced federation topics to seed ideas for blossoming federations to aspire for. This will include presentations on the following topics;
  • Advanced options for service providers
  • Federations and HPC advances occurring is Australia
Federation will be given the opportunity to deep dive into their current plans, issues and road blocks discussing options with other federation operators from within the APAN region and global experts. Areas that will be covered will include but not be limited to;
  • Data/Business Analytic
  • Growth and sustainability of a national identity federation
Session Chairs: 
Brook Schofield, GÉANT Association

Agenda:
01. Data/Business Analytic - Muhammad Farhan SJAUGI

02. Round Table Discussion on the Need Uses of Business Intelligence by a Federation Operator - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
The ability to understanding the usage patterns of services within your federation can provide insights into the value of the federation and help guide its future direction. With out this knowledge will your federation be flying blind? Is there value in sharing this knowledge with your neighboring federations? and many more questions will be put to participants in this session to better understand the value of collecting and using usage data.

03. Simple BI System Demonstration  - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
A short demonstration of a simple BI tool built using open source tools and software in use at an Australian university.

Related Sessions:

Wednesday, July 24th, 09:00am - 10:30am @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting

Wednesday, July 24th, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting - Deployment options

Wednesday, July 24th, 3:30pm - 5:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting - Advanced Federated Services

Wednesday, July 24th, 5:00pm - 6:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting -  Identity and Access Management Wrap-up

Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Terry Smith

Terry Smith

Chair, APAN IAM Task Force, Australian Access Federation
Terry Smith is responsible for the ongoing operation of the federation and for providing support and training activities to the AAF subscriber community. Terry is an experienced IT professional who has been working in Identity and Access Management in the tertiary sector for more... Read More →

Speakers
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Muhammad Farhan Sjaugi

Perdana University


Wednesday July 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Room 07

11:00am

Medical WG: HPB Session
Objectives :

Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Session Chair : Ho-Seong Han,Seoul National University BunDang Hospital

Agenda :

The topic of the HPB session is Current of HBP disease and treatment and sharing knowledge on the field of HPB surgery
Surgeons in each site will play video clips on HPB surgery which includes open and laparoscopy liver resection biliary and pancreatic surgery
Several centers will show their video clips and remaining centers may ask questions during this session
This session will be an interactive discussion

1. Seoul National University Bundang Hospital - ​Junseo Lee​​​


Related Sessions :
Monday July 22nd, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Dental Session
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Rural Healthcare Session
Monday July 22nd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Tele-health Session
Monday July 22nd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Russia-Endoscopy Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Jimper-Surgery Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Aig-Endoscopy Session
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Test Session
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: HPB Session
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Internal Medical Session
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: ECE-Endoscopy Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 1​​​
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 2​​​
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: MIS Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Ophthalmology Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Remote Healthcare Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 3​​​


Activity Co-ordinator
RY

Ryoko Yoshida

Medical WG secretariat, TEMDEC, Kyushu University Hospital

Wednesday July 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Mini Auditorium 1
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Medical doctors/Co-medicals /Engineers/Researchers
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

11:00am

APAN MaDDash and perfSONAR Troubleshooting - Network
Objectives :

This would be an all day (4 90 minute sessions) activity. The first 90 minutes session would be an overview of perfSONAR similar to our last few workshops. The next 3 sessions would be the below:

International Networks at Indiana University invites APAN MaDDash participants and potential new participants to attend a workshop with the following goals:
Troubleshoot the current network or systems issues on the APAN dashboard with participants.
Help potential new participants join the APAN dashboard and troubleshoot any potential issues.
Discuss network or systems improvements and best practices for perfSONAR deployments.
MaDDash dashboard creation.

Requirement: Participants attending this working session should be a current or potential participant in the APAN dashboard. Participants should have a perfSONAR node installed on their home campus. This node should be network reachable.

The current APAN perfSONAR dashboard (MadDash) can be found:
http://ps2.jp.apan.net/maddash-webui/

Session Chairs :  
Hans Addleman , Indiana University
Doug Southworth, Indiana University
Scott Chevalier , Indiana University

Agenda : 

We will be providing an introduction and overview of perfSONAR and then working to troubleshoot the current APAN Maddash

1. Open troubleshooting and discussion around the APAN MaDDash.  - Scott Chevalier , Indiana University

During the remaining 3 sessions we will work with APAN Maddash members or potential members to do the following:

  •  Troubleshoot and fix APAN MaDDash issues with members
  • Help add new members to the APAN MaDDash
  •  Answer general and troubleshooting questions about perfSONAR

Related Sessions :

perfSONAR Introduction and Overview
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN MaDDash and perfSONAR Troubleshooting - Network
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN MaDDash perfSONAR Troubleshooting - Server Issues
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN MaDDash perfSONAR Troubleshooting - General
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2

Activity Co-ordinator
HA

Hans Addleman

Network Engineer, Indiana University International Networks

Speakers
avatar for Scott Chevalier

Scott Chevalier

Network Systems Analyst, Indiana University International Networks
Chevalier assists National Research and Education Networks (NRENs) with triage and setup of organizational perfSONAR meshes utilizing MaDDash. In this capacity he interacts with various NRENs around the world, helping ensure their network representation via perfSONAR remains current... Read More →



Wednesday July 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Mini Auditorium 2
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience APAN Dashboard members and potential members to the dashboard
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 20

11:00am

Hands-On Tutorial on ROA/ROV for Secure Routing
This session will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives :
This hands-on technical tutorial examines why securing the internet routing system is difficult, and the global impact when things go wrong. The tutorial also looks at the various existing tools and industry initiatives to reduce the chances of someone injecting false information into the routing system.
Through a mix of lectures and hands-on labs, this tutorial will look at understanding and deploying the various BGP operations and security best practices:
1. Recent routing incidents
2. Why and how these incidents happen
3. BGP filtering techniques
4. Fundamentals of Resource PKI
5. How to create ROAs
6. Deploying RPKI Validators
6. BGP filtering with ROAs (also called route origin validation)

Session Chairs :  
Che-Hoo Cheng , APNIC
Tashi Phuntsho , APNIC. Australia

Agenda :

This hands on technical tutorial examines why securing the internet routing system is difficult and the global impact when things go wrong.
The tutorial also looks at the various existing tools and industry initiatives to reduce the chances of someone injecting false information into the routing system .

Hands-On Tutorial on ROA/ROV for Secure Routing   - Tashi Phuntsho , APNIC. Australia

Through a mix of lectures and hands-on labs, this tutorial will look at understanding and deploying the various BGP operations and security best practices:
1. Recent routing incidents
2. Why and how these incidents happen
3. BGP filtering techniques
4. Fundamentals of Resource PKI
5. How to create ROAs
6. Deploying RPKI Validators
6. BGP filtering with ROAs (also called route origin validation)

Workshop Pre-requisites:
1. It is assumed that the workshop participants have a working knowledge of an OSPF/IS-IS and BGP fundamentals, along with know how to use a router command line interface.
2. This workshop is not an introduction. The lab exercises use Cisco IOS configuration syntax

Other requirements:
Hardware: It is highly recommended that participants bring their own computers with Wi-Fi (a/b/g/n)
Software: SSH client, Telnet client (PuTTy)

Related Sessions : 

Activity Co-ordinator
MC

Mr. Che-Hoo Cheng

Infrastructure & Development Director, APNIC
Che-Hoo joined APNIC in April 2017. His current responsibilities at APNIC include training, technical assistance, security outreach, infrastructure services and technical community support._x000D_ _x000D_ Before APNIC, Che-Hoo was in charge of Hong Kong Internet eXchange (HKIX) and... Read More →


Wednesday July 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Room 02

12:30pm

Lunch
Wednesday July 24, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Auditorium

1:30pm

CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - TECHNICAL MODULE
Objectives :
The session is comprised of CSIRT in Asia meeting and a TRANSITS I training.

The objectives of the TRANSITS training are to provide affordable, state of the art high quality training to CSIRT and other interested R&E organisations’ personnel in the Asia-Pacific region and equip the attendees with the knowledge and materials needed to pass their knowledge in their constituencies.

The participants of the CSIRT in Asia meeting will be invited to give a presentation or a lightning talk on the progress of their CERT, success and failure stories and participate in discussions or debate on the most pressing security issues in the region and globally.

Session Chairs :   Jamie Gillespie, APNIC, Australia

Agenda :

TRANSITS I TRAINING: TECHNICAL MODULE  - Jamie Gillespie, APNIC, Australia

The technical module covers how intruders attack systems and their motivations, how network protocols can be abused, vulnerabilities of operating systems and services, denial-of-service attacks, hiding traces, and information gathering techniques. Includes several practical exercise

Related Sessions :

Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training -WELCOME + ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - TECHNICAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Wednesday July 24th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training​​​
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - OPERATIONAL MODULE​​​
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training​​​
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - LEGAL MODULE​​​
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - INTRODUCTION TO RISK MANAGEMENT​​​
Thursday July 25th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training​​​

Activity Co-ordinator
SJ

Sigita Jurkynaite

Partner Relations Officer, GÉANT
Sigita is a Project Development Officer at GÉANT. She manages and supports security related projects and working groups, including TF-CSIRT (task force promoting collaboration and coordination between CSIRTs in Europe), SIG-ISM (a forum for interchanging knowledge and experiences... Read More →

Speakers
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Jamie Gillespie

Information Security Specialist, APNIC
Jamie Gillespie is an Internet Security Specialist at APNIC, providing security training, outreach, and development of Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) in the Asia Pacific region. This directly supports APNIC’s vision of “A global, open, stable, and secure Internet... Read More →


Wednesday July 24, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 05
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience who wish to share their knowledge and experience in security incident response and handling.
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

1:30pm

Disaster Mitigation Working Group Meeting - Case Study II
Objectives: 
Disaster Mitigation Working Group will host a one-day workshop aiming to:
  1. Review the collaboration model and case study status
  2. Discuss the collaboration with Agriculture Working Group
  3. Future training events by UND projects (Asi@Connect funded project) and other activities
  4. Extend the APAN-EGI collaboration framework and regional collaborations
Session Chairs: 
Joel Joseph S. Marciano, Advanced Science and Technology Institute, Philippines

Agenda: 
01. Case Study of Fire, Smoke and Haze - Veerachai Tanpipat

02. Enhancing Situation Awareness for Fire Weather - Alan DeCiantis

03. Collaboration with Agriculture WG - 
Eric Yen

Related Sessions:

Wednesday, July 24th, 9:00am - 10:30am @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Disaster Mitigation Working Group Meeting - Regional Collaborations

Wednesday, July 24th, 11:00am - 12:30pm @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Disaster Mitigation Working Group Meeting - Case Study I

Wednesday, July 24th, 3:30am - 5:00pm @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Disaster Mitigation Working Group Meeting - Discussion

Activity Co-ordinator
EY

Eric Yen

Research Scientist, Academia Sinica Grid Computing Centre
Eric Yen is the senior technical manager of ASGC, who is conducting the e-Science infrastructure, core technology and application development in ASGC, and to support broader collaboration within Taiwan and with Asia and Europe. Meanwhile he is also the chair of APAN Disaster Mitigation... Read More →

Speakers
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Veerachai Tanpipat

Consulatant, Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute, Thailand
Critical skills and strengths: geoinformatics of changing Earth applications in natural disasters monitoring especially in forest fire and flood including the SCUBA diving instructor license from a high standard NAUI.A consultant of geoinformatics and international collaborations... Read More →
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Joel Joseph S. Marciano

Acting Director IV, Advanced Science and Technology Institute
Dr. Joel Joseph S. Marciano Jr. is a Professor at the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Institute of the College of Engineering, University of the Philippines Diliman, where he holds the Dado and Maria Banatao Institute Professorial Chair. He is also the Director (on secondment... Read More →
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Alan Deciantis

Director of Product, Forest Technology Systems ,Canada
Mr. DeCiantis received his Bachelor of Chemical Engineering at Ontario’s McMaster University in 1997. In 2002, he was registered as a Professional Engineer with the PEO and was certified as a Six Sigma Black Belt by Magna. He was PMP certified in 2011 and Pragmatic Marketing Certified... Read More →



Wednesday July 24, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia

1:30pm

eCulture WG
Objectives: 
  1. To share information about new technologies and case studies to visualize social phenomenon and cultural heritage content spatially and/or chronologically, e.g. GIS applications to understand spatial patterns and relationships.
  2. To encourage academics, scientists and techno-partners to take full advantage of ICT applications for teaching, research and e-resource development in the field of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
  3. To network with other WGs and interested parties on e-resources (systems) and aggregation methods including inter-operability and meta-data along with the development of network infrastructure; e.g. the Sub-Culture peculiar on the Net.
  4. To explore the e-exchange of cultures and cultural performances including developing a cultural database of the Asia-Pacific region.
Session Chairs: 
Faridah Mohd Noor, University of Malaya
Andrew Howard, National Computational Infrastructure, Australia

Agenda: 
01.  Valorisation of Material Culture through Digitalisation and Artificial Intelligence - G. GenieveAbdul Aziz Rashid & Faridah Mohd Noor
An important part of academic research in both Museum studies and Heritage studies focus on community and visitor’s engagement. Many of these research show that for heritage in general and material culture displayed in museum to be valued by the public, they need to be able to engage with it. Yet within the museums themselves, the protection and preservation of material culture often makes it impossible for visitors to interact with the objects on display.

02. Digital Preservation of Malaysian Historical Artifact Using 3D Scanner - Muhammad Asyraf Bin Mhd Pauzi and Khong Chee Weng
Our culture and heritage is the showcase of our ancestor’s culture and tradition that we inherit. It shows how our forefathers have evolved and what they have achieved. Around the globe, the use of digital preservation method especially three-dimensional (3D) scanning methods has been a growing trend in the culture and heritage domain. However, it remains foreign to the Malaysian culture and heritage community. The aim of this research is to develop a workflow of 3D scanning for the digital preservation of local culture and heritage artefacts.

03. Music Therapy in Virtual Reality: Delivering Online Group Music Therapy Sessions for People with Quadriplegia - Ben Loveridge
People with quadriplegia are disproportionately rurally and regionally located, at high risk for social isolation, and face numerous barriers to accessing music therapy (MT). They also face significant risk of illness due to paralysis of the primary breathing muscles. Our previous research demonstrated that face-to-face group singing therapy improves breathing, voice, mood, and social connectedness for people with quadriplegia. However, latency issues make online live group singing impossible via current videoconferencing options.

04. Towards a Sustainable Education & Self Rehabilitation for People with Disabilities (PWD) Community - Nasrul Anuar Abd Razak, Thilagavathi Shanmuganathan, Rafidah binti Aga Mohd Jaladin & Maziah Mat Rosly
Sutainale Education and Self Rehabilitation is a platform, where us as educator educate the disabilities youth on how to use the assistive devices properly, empowering them to a new level of personality in talking and communicating, and explore them to a possibilities of sports activities so that they can have a sustain self-rehabilitation. The main objective of the program is to educate the People with Disabilities (PWD) on how to correctly use their assistive devices that include wheelchair, prosthetics and orthotics while conducting their daily life activities, empower disadvantaged youth through healing, empowering and enhancing communication development which is necessary for their daily communication and also to be ready for possible future employment, and exercise training program with the aim of increasing leisure time physical activity among disadvantaged youths (individuals with physical disabilities, wheelchair users and marginalised women).

05. ECulture WG - Embracing Digital 2020 and Beyond - Faridah Mohd Noor and Andrew Howard
What is the way forward for this working group? It is hoped that a discussion will ensue as this humanities-based WG in APAN that has weathered the comings and goings of working group committees and members. The eCulture WG has been inspired by collaborations with the other WGs and presenters from the Asia Pacific and its neighbours. It introduced cyber performances to the APAN community and continues to aspire to gain members from other WGs to collaborate towards its creative and innovative journey towards digital 2020 and beyond.

06. Asi@Connect WP5 briefing - Andrew HowardBriefing for participants of the Asi@Connect WP5 Cyber performance, Collaborative Production, Streaming and Archive activity.

Related Sessions:

Wednesday, July 24th, 09:00am - 10:30am @ Room 01
eCulture WG - Cyber Performance and Beyond 2020

Wednesday, July 24th, 11:00am - 12:30pm @ Room 01
eCulture WG -  ECulture, Elife and Collaborative Network

Thursday, July 25th, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 01
eCulture WG - Asi@Connect WP5 briefing Cyber performance, Collaborative Production, Streaming and Archive

Activity Co-ordinator
FM

Faridah Mohd Noor

Associate Professor, University of Malaya

Speakers
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Andrew Howard

Cloud Team Manager, Australian National University
Andrew has many decades of hands-on technical, diplomatic and logistics experience covering a wide range of standard and bespoke technologies, languages and applications within Industry, Government and Academia nationally and internationally.His current role at the National Computational... Read More →
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Paventhan

ERNET, India
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Ben Loveridge

Communications And Media Production Consultant, University of Melbourne
Ben Loveridge is an Institute Fellow (Virtual Reality) at the Network Society Institute and Communications and Media Production Consultant at the University of Melbourne. His current focus of research activity is on the intersection of virtual reality and music performance and is... Read More →


Wednesday July 24, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 01

1:30pm

IAM Working Group Meeting - Deployment Options
Objectives: 
This meeting will start with discussions on advanced federation topics to seed ideas for blossoming federations to aspire for. This will include presentations on the following topics;
  • Advanced options for service providers
  • Federations and HPC advances occurring is Australia
Federation will be given the opportunity to deep dive into their current plans, issues and road blocks discussing options with other federation operators from within the APAN region and global experts. Areas that will be covered will include but not be limited to;
  • Data/Business Analytic
  • Growth and sustainability of a national identity federation
Session Chairs: 
Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation

Agenda:
01. Using LXC - Mukhammad Andri Setiawan
Deploying back-end that run access federation systems can be cumbersome to many sysadmins, especially those who are not so familiar with the systems themselves. Sysadmin needs to do lots of installations, trials and also errors, and quite often needs to rebuild the systems from the scratch again and again. Even though the systems run on a virtualized machine, still, to deploy and to rebuild the systems will take a lot of time. Even just to reboot the machine itself will take at least two or three minutes. Linux containers (LXC) aim to create a virtualized container that offers an environment as close as possible to a fully virtualized machine without the overhead of having separate kernel and hardware emulation. This means the instances to serve the access federation can be deployed and managed quickly and efficiently. As an illustration of how quick it is, it only takes less than a minute to build a machine and to reboot a machine in LXC only took between four to five seconds.

02. Round Table Discussion -  Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
What deployment options are in use by your federation that ensure the availability of your federation infrastructure?

Related Sessions:

Wednesday, July 24th, 09:00am - 10:30am @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting

Wednesday, July 24th, 11:00am - 12:30pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting

Wednesday, July 24th, 3:30pm - 5:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting - Advanced Federated Services

Wednesday, July 24th, 5:00pm - 6:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting -  Identity and Access Management Wrap-up

Activity Co-ordinator
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Terry Smith

Chair, APAN IAM Task Force, Australian Access Federation
Terry Smith is responsible for the ongoing operation of the federation and for providing support and training activities to the AAF subscriber community. Terry is an experienced IT professional who has been working in Identity and Access Management in the tertiary sector for more... Read More →

Speakers
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Mukhammad Andri Setiawan

Chief Information Officer, Universitas Islam Indonesia
Andri is the Chief Information Officer of Universitas Islam Indonesia. He is also part of the Indonesia Research Education Network (IdREN) in the development of network infrastructure team. He is also the main contact of eduroam Indonesia and also Indonesia Access Federation.


Wednesday July 24, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 07

1:30pm

Medical WG: Internal Medical Session
Objectives :
Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Session Chair :
Khan Abul Kalam Azad
Mohammad Zaid Hossain

Agenda :

1. Presentation from Dhaka Medical College -  Mohammad Zaid Hossain

2. Presentation from Mymensingh Medical College - ​Amdad Ullah Khan​​​

Related Sessions :

Monday July 22nd, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Dental Session
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Rural Healthcare Session
Monday July 22nd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Tele-health Session
Monday July 22nd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Russia-Endoscopy Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Jimper-Surgery Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Aig-Endoscopy Session
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Test Session
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: HPB Session
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Internal Medical Session
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: ECE-Endoscopy Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 1​​​
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 2​​​
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: MIS Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Ophthalmology Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Remote Healthcare Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 3​​​



Activity Co-ordinator
RY

Ryoko Yoshida

Medical WG secretariat, TEMDEC, Kyushu University Hospital

Wednesday July 24, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Mini Auditorium 1
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Medical doctors/Co-medicals /Engineers/Researchers
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

1:30pm

APAN MaDDash perfSONAR Troubleshooting - Server Issues
Objectives :
This would be an all day (4 90 minute sessions) activity. The first 90 minutes session would be an overview of perfSONAR similar to our last few workshops. The next 3 sessions would be the below:

International Networks at Indiana University invites APAN MaDDash participants and potential new participants to attend a workshop with the following goals:
Troubleshoot the current network or systems issues on the APAN dashboard with participants.
Help potential new participants join the APAN dashboard and troubleshoot any potential issues.
Discuss network or systems improvements and best practices for perfSONAR deployments.
MaDDash dashboard creation.

Requirement: Participants attending this working session should be a current or potential participant in the APAN dashboard. Participants should have a perfSONAR node installed on their home campus. This node should be network reachable.

The current APAN perfSONAR dashboard (MadDash) can be found:
http://ps2.jp.apan.net/maddash-webui/

Session Chairs :  
Hans Addleman , Indiana University
Doug Southworth, Indiana University
Scott Chevalier , Indiana University

Agenda : 

We will be providing an introduction and overview of perfSONAR and then working to troubleshoot the current APAN Maddash

1. Open troubleshooting and discussion around the APAN MaDDash.  - Scott Chevalier , Indiana University

During the remaining 3 sessions we will work with APAN Maddash members or potential members to do the following:

  •  Troubleshoot and fix APAN MaDDash issues with members
  •  Help add new members to the APAN MaDDash
  •  Answer general and troubleshooting questions about perfSONAR

Related Sessions :


perfSONAR Introduction and Overview
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN MaDDash and perfSONAR Troubleshooting - Network
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN MaDDash perfSONAR Troubleshooting - Server Issues
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN MaDDash perfSONAR Troubleshooting - General
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2

Activity Co-ordinator
HA

Hans Addleman

Network Engineer, Indiana University International Networks

Speakers
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Scott Chevalier

Network Systems Analyst, Indiana University International Networks
Chevalier assists National Research and Education Networks (NRENs) with triage and setup of organizational perfSONAR meshes utilizing MaDDash. In this capacity he interacts with various NRENs around the world, helping ensure their network representation via perfSONAR remains current... Read More →



Wednesday July 24, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Mini Auditorium 2
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience APAN Dashboard members and potential members to the dashboard
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 20

1:30pm

Hands-On Tutorial on ROA/ROV for Secure Routing
This session will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives :
This hands-on technical tutorial examines why securing the internet routing system is difficult, and the global impact when things go wrong. The tutorial also looks at the various existing tools and industry initiatives to reduce the chances of someone injecting false information into the routing system.
Through a mix of lectures and hands-on labs, this tutorial will look at understanding and deploying the various BGP operations and security best practices:
1. Recent routing incidents
2. Why and how these incidents happen
3. BGP filtering techniques
4. Fundamentals of Resource PKI
5. How to create ROAs
6. Deploying RPKI Validators
6. BGP filtering with ROAs (also called route origin validation)

Session Chairs :  
Che-Hoo Cheng , APNIC
Tashi Phuntsho , APNIC. Australia

Agenda :

This hands on technical tutorial examines why securing the internet routing system is difficult and the global impact when things go wrong.
The tutorial also looks at the various existing tools and industry initiatives to reduce the chances of someone injecting false information into the routing system .

Hands-On Tutorial on ROA/ROV for Secure Routing   - Tashi Phuntsho , APNIC. Australia

Through a mix of lectures and hands-on labs, this tutorial will look at understanding and deploying the various BGP operations and security best practices:
1. Recent routing incidents
2. Why and how these incidents happen
3. BGP filtering techniques
4. Fundamentals of Resource PKI
5. How to create ROAs
6. Deploying RPKI Validators
6. BGP filtering with ROAs (also called route origin validation)

Workshop Pre-requisites:
1. It is assumed that the workshop participants have a working knowledge of an OSPF/IS-IS and BGP fundamentals, along with know how to use a router command line interface.
2. This workshop is not an introduction. The lab exercises use Cisco IOS configuration syntax

Other requirements:
Hardware: It is highly recommended that participants bring their own computers with Wi-Fi (a/b/g/n)
Software: SSH client, Telnet client (PuTTy)

Related Sessions : 

Activity Co-ordinator
MC

Mr. Che-Hoo Cheng

Infrastructure & Development Director, APNIC
Che-Hoo joined APNIC in April 2017. His current responsibilities at APNIC include training, technical assistance, security outreach, infrastructure services and technical community support._x000D_ _x000D_ Before APNIC, Che-Hoo was in charge of Hong Kong Internet eXchange (HKIX) and... Read More →


Wednesday July 24, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 02

3:00pm

Tea
Wednesday July 24, 2019 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Auditorium

3:30pm

Asia Pacific Research Platform (APRP) - Country updates session
Objectives :
The key objective is to promote a vibrant and relevant HPC ecosystem in the Asia-Pacific. Delegates will be able to gain access to visionary insights from thought leaders in academia and industry, optimum networking opportunities and the HPC community in region. The agenda is to engage APAN members and ASEAN reps. towards the setting
up an Asia Pacific Research Platform (APRP), to facilitate collaboration nationally, within the region and to become part of a Global Research Platform.

Session Chairs :     Jeonghoon Moon , KISTI, Korea

Agenda : 

1. Welcome and introduction  -  Jeonghoon Moon , KISTI, Korea

2. Singapore Update & DMC  -  Alvin Chiam , NSCC

3. New Zealand Update - Wallace Chase , REANNZ

4. Malaysia - Suhaimi Napis , Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

5. Japan Update - Ryousei Takano, AIST

6. R&E Together Project in Korea (Use case) - Kihyeon Kim, KISTI

7. Global *RP Trends Special Award [(Moderate) Jeonghoon Moon/KISTI/Korea] - Yves Poppe , NSCC  

Related Sessions :

Asia Pacific Research Platform (APRP) - Country updates & Technical session
Wednesday July 24th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 01


Activity Co-ordinator
MA

Mohammad Asif Khan

Secretary, APRP Working Group in APAN, Perdana University

Speakers
YP

Yves Poppe

Chair Backbone Committee, A*STAR NSCC Singapore
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Jeonghoon Moon

Senior Researcher, KISTI, Korea
I am working for KISTI(Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information) which institute's major role is Korea National Supercomputing & Networking Centre and also belonging Dept. of Applied Research and Network R&D at KISTI, for especially, working for KREONET which is Korea... Read More →
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Suhaimi Napis

Professor, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
Prof. Suhaimi Napis was the Chief Technology Officer and Director of InfoComm Development Centre (iDEC) which he helped established in 2006 for a total of over 6 years until June 2012. Besides his engagement in Malaysian R&E network, identity & access federation, and teaching, he... Read More →



Wednesday July 24, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 01
  • Organization Other, Working Group
  • Target Audience Academia and industry
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 50

3:30pm

CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training : TECHNICAL MODULE
Objectives :
The session is comprised of CSIRT in Asia meeting and a TRANSITS I training.

The objectives of the TRANSITS training are to provide affordable, state of the art high quality training to CSIRT and other interested R&E organisations’ personnel in the Asia-Pacific region and equip the attendees with the knowledge and materials needed to pass their knowledge in their constituencies.

The participants of the CSIRT in Asia meeting will be invited to give a presentation or a lightning talk on the progress of their CERT, success and failure stories and participate in discussions or debate on the most pressing security issues in the region and globally.

Session Chair :  Jamie Gillespie, APNIC, Australia

Agenda :

TRANSITS I TRAINING: TECHNICAL MODULE  - Jamie Gillespie, APNIC, Australia

The technical module covers how intruders attack systems and their motivations, how network protocols can be abused, vulnerabilities of operating systems and services, denial-of-service attacks, hiding traces, and information gathering techniques. Includes several practical exercise

Related Sessions :

Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training -WELCOME + ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - TECHNICAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Wednesday July 24th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - OPERATIONAL MODULE
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - LEGAL MODULE
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - INTRODUCTION TO RISK MANAGEMENT
Thursday July 25th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training

Activity Co-ordinator
SJ

Sigita Jurkynaite

Partner Relations Officer, GÉANT
Sigita is a Project Development Officer at GÉANT. She manages and supports security related projects and working groups, including TF-CSIRT (task force promoting collaboration and coordination between CSIRTs in Europe), SIG-ISM (a forum for interchanging knowledge and experiences... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jamie Gillespie

Jamie Gillespie

Information Security Specialist, APNIC
Jamie Gillespie is an Internet Security Specialist at APNIC, providing security training, outreach, and development of Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) in the Asia Pacific region. This directly supports APNIC’s vision of “A global, open, stable, and secure Internet... Read More →


Wednesday July 24, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 05
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience who wish to share their knowledge and experience in security incident response and handling.
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

3:30pm

Disaster Mitigation Working Group Meeting - Discussion
Objectives: 
Disaster Mitigation Working Group will host a one-day workshop aiming to:
  1. Review the collaboration model and case study status
  2. Discuss the collaboration with Agriculture Working Group
  3. Future training events by UND projects (Asi@Connect funded project) and other activities
  4. Extend the APAN-EGI collaboration framework and regional collaborations
Session Chairs: 
Eric Yen, Academia Sinica Grid Computing Centre, Taiwan

Agenda: 
01. UND Training events - Eric Yen

02. DMWG Activities in Future APAN Meetings - Eric Yen

03. Discussion -
Eric Yen

Related Sessions:

Wednesday, July 24th, 9:00am - 10:30am @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Disaster Mitigation Working Group Meeting - Regional Collaborations

Wednesday, July 24th, 11:00am - 12:30pm @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Disaster Mitigation Working Group Meeting - Case Study I

Wednesday, July 24th, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Disaster Mitigation Working Group Meeting - Case Study II

Activity Co-ordinator
EY

Eric Yen

Research Scientist, Academia Sinica Grid Computing Centre
Eric Yen is the senior technical manager of ASGC, who is conducting the e-Science infrastructure, core technology and application development in ASGC, and to support broader collaboration within Taiwan and with Asia and Europe. Meanwhile he is also the chair of APAN Disaster Mitigation... Read More →

Wednesday July 24, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia

3:30pm

IAM Working Group Meeting - Advanced Federated Services
Objectives: 
This meeting will start with discussions on advanced federation topics to seed ideas for blossoming federations to aspire for. This will include presentations on the following topics;
  • Advanced options for service providers
  • Federations and HPC advances occurring is Australia
Federation will be given the opportunity to deep dive into their current plans, issues and road blocks discussing options with other federation operators from within the APAN region and global experts. Areas that will be covered will include but not be limited to;
  • Data/Business Analytic
  • Growth and sustainability of a national identity federation
Session Chairs: 
Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation

Agenda:
In this session we will investigate the AARC Blueprint Architecture that provides a detailed layered architecture that builds on earlier versions of the blueprint providing guidance on topics such as access to non-web based services, token translation services (TTS), best practices for managing authorization, harmonized expression of group membership and role information, attribute aggregation and credential delegation.

Related Sessions:

Wednesday, July 24th, 09:00am - 10:30am @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting

Wednesday, July 24th, 11:00am - 12:30pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting

Wednesday, July 24th, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting - Deployment options

Wednesday, July 24th, 5:00pm - 6:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting -  Identity and Access Management Wrap-up

Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Terry Smith

Terry Smith

Chair, APAN IAM Task Force, Australian Access Federation
Terry Smith is responsible for the ongoing operation of the federation and for providing support and training activities to the AAF subscriber community. Terry is an experienced IT professional who has been working in Identity and Access Management in the tertiary sector for more... Read More →

Wednesday July 24, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 07

3:30pm

Medical WG: ECE-Endoscopy Session
Objectives :
Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Session Chair :
Shiaw-Hooi Ho, University of Malaya
Rungsun Rerknimitr, Chulalongkorn University

Agenda :

1. A pilot study of novel endoscopic hand-suturing for defect closure after colorectal endoscopic submucosal dissection - Seeichiro Abe

2. The efficacy of scissor-type knife in endoscopic submucosal dissection for superficial esophageal cancer - Mitsuru Esaki

3. EUS-guided radio frequency ablation plus chemotherapy versus chemotherapy alone for unresectable pancreatic cancer (ERAP): preliminary results of a prospective comparative study

4. Inflammatory Bowel Disease-associated Advanced Colorectal Neoplasia: Observations from UMMC - Thevarajaan

5.Using a combination of adenoma detection rate with adenomas per positive participant to identify meticulous endoscopist during screening colonoscopy

6. Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty for Obesity : Initial Indian Experience

Related Sessions :

Monday July 22nd, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Dental Session
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Rural Healthcare Session
Monday July 22nd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Tele-health Session
Monday July 22nd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Russia-Endoscopy Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Jimper-Surgery Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Aig-Endoscopy Session
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Test Session
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: HPB Session
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Internal Medical Session
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: ECE-Endoscopy Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 1​​​
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 2​​​
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: MIS Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Ophthalmology Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Remote Healthcare Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 3​​​


Activity Co-ordinator
RY

Ryoko Yoshida

Medical WG secretariat, TEMDEC, Kyushu University Hospital

Wednesday July 24, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Mini Auditorium 1
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Medical doctors/Co-medicals /Engineers/Researchers
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

3:30pm

APAN MaDDash perfSONAR Troubleshooting - General
Objectives :

This would be an all day (4 90 minute sessions) activity. The first 90 minutes session would be an overview of perfSONAR similar to our last few workshops. The next 3 sessions would be the below:

International Networks at Indiana University invites APAN MaDDash participants and potential new participants to attend a workshop with the following goals:
Troubleshoot the current network or systems issues on the APAN dashboard with participants.
Help potential new participants join the APAN dashboard and troubleshoot any potential issues.
Discuss network or systems improvements and best practices for perfSONAR deployments.
MaDDash dashboard creation.

Requirement: Participants attending this working session should be a current or potential participant in the APAN dashboard. Participants should have a perfSONAR node installed on their home campus. This node should be network reachable.

The current APAN perfSONAR dashboard (MadDash) can be found:
http://ps2.jp.apan.net/maddash-webui/

Session Chairs :  
Hans Addleman , Indiana University
Doug Southworth, Indiana University
Scott Chevalier , Indiana University

Agenda : 

We will be providing an introduction and overview of perfSONAR and then working to troubleshoot the current APAN Maddash

1. perfSONAR question and answer session. - Doug Southworth, Indiana University

Discussion of perfSONAR issues APAN members may be having.

Related Sessions :

perfSONAR Introduction and Overview
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN MaDDash and perfSONAR Troubleshooting - Network
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN MaDDash perfSONAR Troubleshooting - Server Issues
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
APAN MaDDash perfSONAR Troubleshooting - General
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2


Activity Co-ordinator
HA

Hans Addleman

Network Engineer, Indiana University International Networks

Speakers
DS

Doug Southworth

Indiana University International Networks


Wednesday July 24, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Mini Auditorium 2
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience APAN Dashboard members and potential members to the dashboard
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 20

3:30pm

Hands-On Tutorial on ROA/ROV for Secure Routing
This session will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives :
This hands-on technical tutorial examines why securing the internet routing system is difficult, and the global impact when things go wrong. The tutorial also looks at the various existing tools and industry initiatives to reduce the chances of someone injecting false information into the routing system.
Through a mix of lectures and hands-on labs, this tutorial will look at understanding and deploying the various BGP operations and security best practices:
1. Recent routing incidents
2. Why and how these incidents happen
3. BGP filtering techniques
4. Fundamentals of Resource PKI
5. How to create ROAs
6. Deploying RPKI Validators
6. BGP filtering with ROAs (also called route origin validation)

Session Chairs :  
Che-Hoo Cheng , APNIC
Tashi Phuntsho , APNIC. Australia

Agenda :

This hands on technical tutorial examines why securing the internet routing system is difficult and the global impact when things go wrong.
The tutorial also looks at the various existing tools and industry initiatives to reduce the chances of someone injecting false information into the routing system .

Hands-On Tutorial on ROA/ROV for Secure Routing   - Tashi Phuntsho , APNIC. Australia

Through a mix of lectures and hands-on labs, this tutorial will look at understanding and deploying the various BGP operations and security best practices:
1. Recent routing incidents
2. Why and how these incidents happen
3. BGP filtering techniques
4. Fundamentals of Resource PKI
5. How to create ROAs
6. Deploying RPKI Validators
6. BGP filtering with ROAs (also called route origin validation)

Workshop Pre-requisites:
1. It is assumed that the workshop participants have a working knowledge of an OSPF/IS-IS and BGP fundamentals, along with know how to use a router command line interface.
2. This workshop is not an introduction. The lab exercises use Cisco IOS configuration syntax

Other requirements:
Hardware: It is highly recommended that participants bring their own computers with Wi-Fi (a/b/g/n)
Software: SSH client, Telnet client (PuTTy)

Related Sessions : 

Activity Co-ordinator
MC

Mr. Che-Hoo Cheng

Infrastructure & Development Director, APNIC
Che-Hoo joined APNIC in April 2017. His current responsibilities at APNIC include training, technical assistance, security outreach, infrastructure services and technical community support._x000D_ _x000D_ Before APNIC, Che-Hoo was in charge of Hong Kong Internet eXchange (HKIX) and... Read More →


Wednesday July 24, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 02
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience Network Engineers/Managers who are involved in BGP routing
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 40

5:00pm

Asia Pacific Research Platform (APRP) - Country updates & Technical session
Objectives :
The key objective is to promote a vibrant and relevant HPC ecosystem in the Asia-Pacific. Delegates will be able to gain access to visionary insights from thought leaders in academia and industry, optimum networking opportunities and the HPC community in region. The agenda is to engage APAN members and ASEAN reps. towards the setting
up an Asia Pacific Research Platform (APRP), to facilitate collaboration nationally, within the region and to become part of a Global Research Platform.

Session Chairs :     Andrew Howard,NCI, Australia

Agenda : 

1. Australia Update   -  Andrew Howard,NCI, Australia

2. Korea Update - Jeonghoon Moon , KISTI, Korea 

3. ASEAN-wide update - Asif Khan , Perdana University 

4. Ruijie Innovation in Education - Evan Woon , Ruijie Malaysia

5. Discussions and Concluding Remarks - Jeonghoon Moon , KISTI, Korea 

Related Sessions:

Asia Pacific Research Platform (APRP) - Country updates session
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 01

Activity Co-ordinator
MA

Mohammad Asif Khan

Secretary, APRP Working Group in APAN, Perdana University

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Howard

Andrew Howard

Cloud Team Manager, Australian National University
Andrew has many decades of hands-on technical, diplomatic and logistics experience covering a wide range of standard and bespoke technologies, languages and applications within Industry, Government and Academia nationally and internationally.His current role at the National Computational... Read More →
avatar for Jeonghoon Moon

Jeonghoon Moon

Senior Researcher, KISTI, Korea
I am working for KISTI(Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information) which institute's major role is Korea National Supercomputing & Networking Centre and also belonging Dept. of Applied Research and Network R&D at KISTI, for especially, working for KREONET which is Korea... Read More →


Wednesday July 24, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Room 01
  • Organization Other, Working Group
  • Target Audience Academia and industry
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 50

5:00pm

CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Objectives :

The session is comprised of CSIRT in Asia meeting and a TRANSITS I training.

The objectives of the TRANSITS training are to provide affordable, state of the art high quality training to CSIRT and other interested R&E organisations’ personnel in the Asia-Pacific region and equip the attendees with the knowledge and materials needed to pass their knowledge in their constituencies.

The participants of the CSIRT in Asia meeting will be invited to give a presentation or a lightning talk on the progress of their CERT, success and failure stories and participate in discussions or debate on the most pressing security issues in the region and globally.

Session Chairs :  Sigita Jurkynaite , GÉANT

Agenda :

CSIRT IN ASIA MEETING - Sigita Jurkynaite , GÉANT

Participants will be invited to give a presentation or a lightning talk on the progress of their CERT, success and failure stories and participate in discussions or debate on the most pressing security issues in the region and globally.

Related Sessions :

Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training -WELCOME + ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - TECHNICAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Wednesday July 24th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - OPERATIONAL MODULE
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - LEGAL MODULE
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - INTRODUCTION TO RISK MANAGEMENT
Thursday July 25th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training

Activity Co-ordinator
SJ

Sigita Jurkynaite

Partner Relations Officer, GÉANT
Sigita is a Project Development Officer at GÉANT. She manages and supports security related projects and working groups, including TF-CSIRT (task force promoting collaboration and coordination between CSIRTs in Europe), SIG-ISM (a forum for interchanging knowledge and experiences... Read More →

Wednesday July 24, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Room 05
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience who wish to share their knowledge and experience in security incident response and handling.
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

5:00pm

IAM Working Group Meeting - Identity and Access Management Wrap-up
Objectives: 
This meeting will start with discussions on advanced federation topics to seed ideas for blossoming federations to aspire for. This will include presentations on the following topics;
  • Advanced options for service providers
  • Federations and HPC advances occurring is Australia
Federation will be given the opportunity to deep dive into their current plans, issues and road blocks discussing options with other federation operators from within the APAN region and global experts. Areas that will be covered will include but not be limited to;
  • Data/Business Analytic
  • Growth and sustainability of a national identity federation
Session Chairs: 
Brook Schofield, GÉANT Association

Agenda:
01. House Keeping - Terry Smith, Australian Access Federation
Taking the IAM Task force and Working Party forward requires leadership. This activity will call for volunteers to take on leadership roles within the IAM space in APAN region.

02. Final Wrap-up APAN48 - Brook Schofield, GÉANT Association
Wrap-up session for the Identity and Access management working group at APAN48

Related Sessions:

Wednesday, July 24th, 09:00am - 10:30am @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting

Wednesday, July 24th, 11:00am - 12:30pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting

Wednesday, July 24th, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting - Deployment options

Wednesday, July 24th, 3:30pm - 5:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting - Advanced Federated Services

Wednesday, July 24th, 5:00pm - 6:00pm @ Room 07
IAM Working Group Meeting -  Identity and Access Management Wrap-up

Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Terry Smith

Terry Smith

Chair, APAN IAM Task Force, Australian Access Federation
Terry Smith is responsible for the ongoing operation of the federation and for providing support and training activities to the AAF subscriber community. Terry is an experienced IT professional who has been working in Identity and Access Management in the tertiary sector for more... Read More →

Wednesday July 24, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Room 07
 
Thursday, July 25
 

9:00am

Board Meeting
Agenda:
01. Roll Call
02. Establishing the Quorum

03. For discussion: Sec CFP
04. Further discussion:
  • Resolution authorising JUCC administration of APAN Bank accounts
  • Budget and fee allocations
  • Election of Board directors
05. Conference Proposal
06. Secretariat report
07. AOB
  • Acknowledgement of Simon

Thursday July 25, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Room 07

9:00am

Climate Resilient Agriculture for Disaster Risk
Objectives : 

This session is a continuous collaboration between Agriculture Working Group and Disaster Mitigation Working Group to enhance regional collaboration on sustainable agriculture, climate change adaptation, and disaster risk reduction for resilient livelihood.

As a follow up from the previous joint session from APAN47, this session aim to follow up all the action items and refine the work plans according to current status. This collaboration will be a platform to create good practices on disaster risk reduction and strengthen networks for sustainable development and innovation within APAN.

Session Chair :   Veerachai Tanpipat , Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute, Thailand

Agenda : 

1. The establishment of National Hydroinformatics and Climate Data Center -Royboon Rassameethes , Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute (HAII), Thailand 

Thailand’s disaster in 2011 left severe impairments to the country’s economy and society. This unforgettable disaster evidenced that defragmented hydroinformatics data is a turning key to solve the crisis. As a result, Thailand established “National Hydroinformatics and Climate Data Centre – NHC” to integrate water and weather information from 37 government agencies over the country. The data system and architecture were customized with underlying ICT infrastructures. Thus, the data is well gathered and easy to access, transmit, and transfer to inform policy makers and end users accurately in a timely manner. The centralized database allows both policy makers and end users to promptly respond to normal and crisis water situations and consequently reduces related disaster risk.

2. Current Status and Expectations of Artificial Intelligence Enabled Agriculture in Japan  - Takuji Kiura , National Agriculture and Food Research Organization

In Japan, Applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to agriculture became prevalent after a farmer applied Google's TensorFlow to selection of cucumbers and helped his mother. Currently, AI is used for measurement of crops, identification and status of fruits, diagnosis of pests, insects, etc. But those system are still separated, therefor not work collaboratively or coordinately. By using these systems more and more on the farm, it is expected that data will be accumulated, and the application of AI will realize a linked system. For example, I expected that in combination with meteorological observation data, environmental observation data, meteorological forecast data, etc., a decision support system and/or a automatic system, from planting planning through post harvesting might be realized.

3. Knowledge enhancement and numerical simulation methods - ​Chuan-Yao Lin, Academia Sinica​​​

4. Presentation from NICT - ​Ken Murata​​​

Related Sessions :

Thursday July 25th, 1:30am-3:00am @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Climate Resilient Agriculture for Disaster Risk - Discussion
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Climate Resilient Agriculture for Disaster Risk - Current Status of the project

 

Activity Co-ordinator
JC

Jittiporn Chantarojsiri

Hydro - Informatics Institute, HII


Thursday July 25, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience APAN Members
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

9:00am

CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - INTRODUCTION TO RISK MANAGEMENT
Objectives :
The session is comprised of CSIRT in Asia meeting and a TRANSITS I training.

The objectives of the TRANSITS training are to provide affordable, state of the art high quality training to CSIRT and other interested R&E organisations’ personnel in the Asia-Pacific region and equip the attendees with the knowledge and materials needed to pass their knowledge in their constituencies.

The participants of the CSIRT in Asia meeting will be invited to give a presentation or a lightning talk on the progress of their CERT, success and failure stories and participate in discussions or debate on the most pressing security issues in the region and globally.

Session Chairs :     Alf Moens , SURFnet

Agenda :

Introduction to Risk Management - Alf Moens , SURFnet

Risk Management 101 - additional course to provide knowledge of the fundamentals of risk management.

Related Sessions :

Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training -WELCOME + ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - TECHNICAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Wednesday July 24th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - OPERATIONAL MODULE
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - LEGAL MODULE
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - INTRODUCTION TO RISK MANAGEMENT
Thursday July 25th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training

Activity Co-ordinator
SJ

Sigita Jurkynaite

Partner Relations Officer, GÉANT
Sigita is a Project Development Officer at GÉANT. She manages and supports security related projects and working groups, including TF-CSIRT (task force promoting collaboration and coordination between CSIRTs in Europe), SIG-ISM (a forum for interchanging knowledge and experiences... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Alf Moens

Alf Moens

Corporate Security Officer, Mr.
Experienced corporate information security officer combining business interest and business knowledge with broad IT and Cyber Security experience. Succesful in setting up structures for co-operation and bringing together different expertise's.Specialties: Master in Information Security... Read More →


Thursday July 25, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Room 05
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience The operational module covers the incident handling process from initial reports, through triage, investigation, resolution, closure, to post-analysis. Includes practical exercises and a survey of useful tools.
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

9:00am

Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 1
Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.
In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Activity Co-ordinator
RY

Ryoko Yoshida

Medical WG secretariat, TEMDEC, Kyushu University Hospital

Thursday July 25, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Mini Auditorium 1

9:00am

Network Engineering Workshop - Next Generation Infrastructure
Objectives :
This workshop will encourage network engineers & NOC staff to work for integrating North American R&E networks, GEANT/Asi@Connect and APAN, especially for international advanced applications. This workshop will focus on advanced network research & engineering projects as well as the updates of APAN member/partner networks, and will help APAN to be one of the advanced research & education networks in the globe.

Please access the full agenda  here

Session Chair :Hans Addleman , Indiana University​​​

Agenda :

1. GÉANT Lab Automation and Network Evolution - Brook Schofield , GÉANT Association

To meet the high degree of reliability that is needed for our community and the ever increasing constraint of budget vs dramatically increases in network capacity recent work at GÉANT has been focused on Lab Automation as a way of validating hundreds of variances that occur in our network topology and how moving to commodity hardware rather than telco grade equipment will work in this environment. These tests cycle through changes in power, gain, modulation, noise and forward error correction parameters. This will support the future network evolution which will utilise alien waves on both commercial and NREN fibre networks around Europe and the move to Open Line Systems. This work was undertaken by Guy Roberts (GÉANT) and Michal Altmann (CESNET) and supported by a wider team within the GÉANT community.

2. Internet2 NGI - John Hicks , Dale Finkelson , Internet2

Over the next 18 ? 36 months Internet2 will be engaged in the redesign and implementation of its next generation infrastructure. For the past eighteen months, as a part of that process, Internet2 has been seeking input from its user community and peers. The focus of this has been understanding the requirements and expectations for the Next Generation Infrastructure. This talk will discuss the process, some of the expectations and subsequent goals that are emerging for the new infrastructure and the core principles of the new Infrastructure as currently understood.

3. Next-Generation Network (ESnet6) - Chin Guok

To meet the requirements of ever increasing large scale distributed science collaborations, ESnet is in the process of building its next generation network (ESnet6) that is planned to come online in 2021. This talk will outline some of those requirements, the process taken to derive the network design, and an overview of the architecture.

4. JGN NGI - Hiroaki Harai 

This presentation begins with overview of the current JGN and other NICT's testbed facility. 100 Gbps lines, SDN, and computing environment are installed and managed. In the era of verification of more diversified applications, we need elastic and dynamic environment with increased bandwidth. Here my expectation to optics will be described also.


Related Sessions : 
Network Engineering Workshop - Next Generation Infrastructure
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 2
Network Engineering Workshop - Global Networking
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
Network Engineering Workshop - Advanced Network Technologies
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
Network Engineering Workshop - Network Updates
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2


Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Kazunori Konishi

Kazunori Konishi

APAN Director of NOC, APAN-JP

Speakers
DF

Dale Finkelson

Sr. Program and Services Manager, Internet2
JH

John Hicks

Internet2



Thursday July 25, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Mini Auditorium 2
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience Network engineers, researchers and operators
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 100

9:00am

MANRS Routing Security Workshop
This session will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives :
This is an intermediate-level technical workshop to improve knowledge and skills in BGP routing security. It utilise lectures and hands-on labs to teach current industry best practices, utilising both IPv4 and IPv6 in a dual-stack infrastructure.

Session Chair :    Aftab Siddiqui , Internet Society, Australia

Workshop Requirements:
This is not a beginner-level routing course, although anyone with experience of running a network and reasonable understanding of routing protocols should attend this workshop. The online lab has Cisco IOS and Juniper JunOS platform (candidates can choose only one platform).

Agenda :

Routing Security and MANRS  - Aftab Siddiqui , Internet Society, Australia

Topics include:
BGP Attributes and Path Selection Process
BGP traffic engineering tools (Local Pref, MED, AS path prepend, communities etc)
BGP Operations and Security (RFC7454), BCP38 (RFC2827) – Network Ingress Filtering
BCP84 (RFC3704) – Ingress Filtering for Multihomed Networks
Overview of the Internet Routing Registry
Introduction to RPSL
Introduction to RPKI (ROA and ROV)
Online Lab





Activity Co-ordinator
MK

Mr. Kevin Meynell

Manager, Technical & Operational Engagement, Internet Society
Kevin Meynell works at the Internet Society as the Manager of Technical and Operational Engagement supporting the deployment of key Internet technologies including Routing Security, IPv6, DNSSEC and TLS. He previously worked for JANET, the UK NREN, before joining TERENA (now the GÉANT... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Aftab Siddiqui

Aftab Siddiqui

Internet Technology Manager, Internet Society, Australia
Aftab Siddiqui is the Internet Technology Manager in Asia Pacific Regional Bureau at the Internet Society. He is based in Sydney, Australia. He has vast experience in the service provider sector, he spent almost a decade at one of the largest ISP in Pakistan in the network operations... Read More →


Thursday July 25, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Room 02

10:30am

Tea
Thursday July 25, 2019 10:30am - 11:00am
Auditorium

11:00am

Joint Event/Program Committee Meeting

Session Chair:  Francis Lee , SingAREN

Agenda :

1. Roll call

2. Summary report from APAN48 Local organizing committee

3. Fellowship update – Basuki Suhardiman , ITB /APAN secretariat

4. APAN conference proposal – Markus Buchhorn, APAN

5. Future APAN meeting

  •         APAN49 preparation update – NEPAL  REN (NREN)
  •        APAN50 – Hong Kong 
  •        APAN51- Pakistan
  •        APAN52 – Jogjakarta, Indonesia 
  •        Others

6. Election for PC Chair and Vice-Chair (The term of the post is for 2 year and the candidate can be re-elected).

7.   AOB


Thursday July 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Room 07
  • Organization APAN
  • Seating Arrangement U Shape
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

11:00am

Climate Resilient Agriculture for Disaster Risk - Current Status of the project
Objectives :

This session is a continuous collaboration between Agriculture Working Group and Disaster Mitigation Working Group to enhance regional collaboration on sustainable agriculture, climate change adaptation, and disaster risk reduction for resilient livelihood.

As a follow up from the previous joint session from APAN47, this session aim to follow up all the action items and refine the work plans according to current status. This collaboration will be a platform to create good practices on disaster risk reduction and strengthen networks for sustainable development and innovation within APAN.

Session Chairs :     Veerachai Tanpipat , Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute, Thailand 

Agenda :

1. Thailand Case Study  - Royboon Rassameethes , Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute (HAII), Thailand

2. Taiwan Status  -  Eric Yen , Academia Sinica Grid Computing Centre, Taiwan 

3. Japan Status  -  Takuji Kiura , National Agriculture and Food Research Organization 

Related Sessions :

Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Climate Resilient Agriculture for Disaster Risk - Presentation on the current climate-resilient technology 
Thursday July 25th, 1:30am-3:00am @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Climate Resilient Agriculture for Disaster Risk - Discussion





Activity Co-ordinator
JC

Jittiporn Chantarojsiri

Hydro - Informatics Institute, HII


Thursday July 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience APAN Members
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

11:00am

CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - LEGAL MODULE
Objectives :
The session is comprised of CSIRT in Asia meeting and a TRANSITS I training.

The objectives of the TRANSITS training are to provide affordable, state of the art high quality training to CSIRT and other interested R&E organisations’ personnel in the Asia-Pacific region and equip the attendees with the knowledge and materials needed to pass their knowledge in their constituencies.

The participants of the CSIRT in Asia meeting will be invited to give a presentation or a lightning talk on the progress of their CERT, success and failure stories and participate in discussions or debate on the most pressing security issues in the region and globally.

Session Chairs :    Nicole Harris , GÉANT

Agenda :

TRANSITS I TRAINING: LEGAL MODULE - Nicole Harris , GÉANT

The legal module covers some areas of legislation likely to affect CSIRTs in their work, and that operatives should be familiar with. This includes data protection, computer misuse, network monitoring, collection of evidence, and working with law enforcement agencies.

Related Sessions :

Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training -WELCOME + ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - TECHNICAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Wednesday July 24th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - OPERATIONAL MODULE
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - LEGAL MODULE
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - INTRODUCTION TO RISK MANAGEMENT
Thursday July 25th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training

Activity Co-ordinator
SJ

Sigita Jurkynaite

Partner Relations Officer, GÉANT
Sigita is a Project Development Officer at GÉANT. She manages and supports security related projects and working groups, including TF-CSIRT (task force promoting collaboration and coordination between CSIRTs in Europe), SIG-ISM (a forum for interchanging knowledge and experiences... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Nicole Harris

Nicole Harris

Head of Trust and Identity Operations, GÉANT
Nicole Harris joined GÉANT in March 2013 as a Project Development Officer to support the global GÉANT Community Programme. She works primarily in the security and middleware areas and specialises in managing global IT initiatives, policy and legal issues and open source developments... Read More →


Thursday July 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Room 05
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience The operational module covers the incident handling process from initial reports, through triage, investigation, resolution, closure, to post-analysis. Includes practical exercises and a survey of useful tools.
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

11:00am

Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 2
Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.
In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Activity Co-ordinator
RY

Ryoko Yoshida

Medical WG secretariat, TEMDEC, Kyushu University Hospital

Thursday July 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Mini Auditorium 1

11:00am

Network Engineering Workshop - Advanced Network Technologies
Objectives :
This workshop will encourage network engineers & NOC staff to work for integrating North American R&E networks, GEANT/Asi@Connect and APAN, especially for international advanced applications. This workshop will focus on advanced network research & engineering projects as well as the updates of APAN member/partner networks, and will help APAN to be one of the advanced research & education networks in the globe.

Please access the full agenda  here

Session Chair:  Bayani Benjamin Lara, ASTI

Agenda :

1.   API for maintenance ticket - Hirotaka Sato

To decrease amount of daily work for network operator is a one of main reason for automating network operation. While much of the automation happen inside the NREN, but automating handling maintenance which is affected by other NREN is a area where collaboration is needed for protocol, formatting, and authentication method etc. I will propose a example of API and our implementation as a reference.

2. TransPAC Update: Guam peerings and Performance Engagement   - Hans Addleman , Indiana University

TransPAC Update featuring EPOC - Hans Addleman and Scott Chevalier Hans and Scott will discuss some of the recent changes to the TransPAC network including enabling the LHCONE network in Hong Kong. We will also take a quick look at some of the Top talkers on the network and discuss a recent engagement with  National Center for Physics (NCP) at the Quaid-i-Azam University Campus in Islamabad, Pakistan. Scott will also talk about the perfSONAR small node workshops that he has been leading.

3. Cyberspace Survey  - Jilong Wang , CERNET Center, Tsinghua University

Nowadays we talk very much about cyberspace, however we never defined the space demention of cyberspace, we even have no a native cyberspace map and always use GIS to visualize cyberspace. This talk will introduce the jobs about cyberspace survey including the definition of native cyberspace coordination and how to get native cyberspace map and even cyberspace GIS on top.

4.  Pacific Wave Next Generation and the Atlantic-Pacific Research & Education Exchange  - Jonah Keough

Pacific Wave is undertaking a significant hardware upgrade in the coming 12 months, and together Pacific Wave and Internet2 are launching a new pilot, the Atlantic-Pacific Research & Education Exchange, with the goal of streamlining connectivity to the US for International R&E networks. As part of the pilot Internet2 and Pacific Wave will seek to coordinate activities between the MANLAN and WIX exchange points on the Eastern coast of the US, and the Seattle, Sunnyvale, and Los Angeles exchange points on the west coast of the US. As a first step in this collaboration an express 100Gbps circuit has been deployed between California and Virginia, interconnecting the Pacific Wave, MANLAN, and WIX exchange points with high-speed, low-latency bandwidth

 Related Sessions : 
Network Engineering Workshop - Next Generation Infrastructure
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 2
Network Engineering Workshop - Global Networking
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
Network Engineering Workshop - Advanced Network Technologies
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
Network Engineering Workshop - Network Updates
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2


Activity Co-ordinator
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Kazunori Konishi

APAN Director of NOC, APAN-JP


Thursday July 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Mini Auditorium 2
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience Network engineers, researchers and operators
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 100

11:00am

Security WG Session
Objectives :
In this session, we will have several security-related presentations from security researchers and engineers and discuss with the audience.
The objectives are:
- To raise the security awareness and knowledge within the APAN community
- To exchange experience and knowledge in network security technologies and issues
- To cooperate with other international security efforts to raise security awareness, capabilities and          interoperation globally.

Agenda :

1. Management of LAN security with cloud-based intrusion detection system - Hideya Ochiai , The University of Tokyo, Japan (SLIDES)
This talk presents a cloud-based intrusion detection system (IDS), provided by LAN-security monitoring project of the University of Tokyo. In recent years, malware can easily intrude into local-area networks (LANs) by phishing e-mails or infected smartphones over Wi-Fi. This talk presents the state-of-the-art architecture including honeypot, detected examples, and the application of machine learning schemes. After the talk, the presenter will distribute edge IDS devices freely to those who are interested in the security network operation.

 2. Design Patterns for Cybersecurity Education - Daisuke Miyamoto , The University of Tokyo, Japan 

Cybersecurity education is a critical element for safe society. This talk introduces case studies of cybersecurity education for students, information/operational technology engineers, and managers in Japan. This talk then presents design patterns for developing educational materials in consideration of security skills, with the aims of solving the cybersecurity expert shortage.

Activity Co-ordinator
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Dr. Yoshiaki Kasahara

Assistant Professor, Kyushu University
Yoshiaki Kasahara received the Dr. of Engineering degree from Department of Computer Science and Communication Engineering, Kyushu University in 1996. After that, he has been Assistant Professor at Research Institute for Information Technology, formerly Computer Center in Kyushu University... Read More →

Speakers
PH

Prof. Hideya Ochiai

Associate Professor, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Hideya Ochiai is an associate professor of the University of Tokyo (UTokyo), Japan. He received Ph.D of information science and technology from UTokyo in 2011. His research interests have been cyber-security of IoT systems including local-area network security, and their protocols... Read More →
DM

Daisuke Miyamoto

Associate Professor, The University of Tokyo
Daisuke Miyamoto is an associate professor in Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, the University of Tokyo, Japan (UTokyo) since 2018. He was received PhD in Engineering from Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST) in 2009. He was worked as a network engineer... Read More →



Thursday July 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Room 01
  • Target Audience Anyone Interested
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

11:00am

MANRS Routing Security Workshop
This session will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives :
This is an intermediate-level technical workshop to improve knowledge and skills in BGP routing security. It utilise lectures and hands-on labs to teach current industry best practices, utilising both IPv4 and IPv6 in a dual-stack infrastructure.

Session Chair :    Aftab Siddiqui , Internet Society, Australia

Workshop Requirements:
This is not a beginner-level routing course, although anyone with experience of running a network and reasonable understanding of routing protocols should attend this workshop. The online lab has Cisco IOS and Juniper JunOS platform (candidates can choose only one platform).

Agenda :

Routing Security and MANRS  - Aftab Siddiqui , Internet Society, Australia

Topics include:
BGP Attributes and Path Selection Process
BGP traffic engineering tools (Local Pref, MED, AS path prepend, communities etc)
BGP Operations and Security (RFC7454), BCP38 (RFC2827) – Network Ingress Filtering
BCP84 (RFC3704) – Ingress Filtering for Multihomed Networks
Overview of the Internet Routing Registry
Introduction to RPSL
Introduction to RPKI (ROA and ROV)
Online Lab





Activity Co-ordinator
MK

Mr. Kevin Meynell

Manager, Technical & Operational Engagement, Internet Society
Kevin Meynell works at the Internet Society as the Manager of Technical and Operational Engagement supporting the deployment of key Internet technologies including Routing Security, IPv6, DNSSEC and TLS. He previously worked for JANET, the UK NREN, before joining TERENA (now the GÉANT... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Aftab Siddiqui

Aftab Siddiqui

Internet Technology Manager, Internet Society, Australia
Aftab Siddiqui is the Internet Technology Manager in Asia Pacific Regional Bureau at the Internet Society. He is based in Sydney, Australia. He has vast experience in the service provider sector, he spent almost a decade at one of the largest ISP in Pakistan in the network operations... Read More →


Thursday July 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Room 02

12:30pm

Lunch
Thursday July 25, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Auditorium

1:30pm

Climate Resilient Agriculture for Disaster Risk - Discussion
Objectives : 

This session is a continuous collaboration between Agriculture Working Group and Disaster Mitigation Working Group to enhance regional collaboration on sustainable agriculture, climate change adaptation, and disaster risk reduction for resilient livelihood.

As a follow up from the previous joint session from APAN47, this session aim to follow up all the action items and refine the work plans according to current status. This collaboration will be a platform to create good practices on disaster risk reduction and strengthen networks for sustainable development and innovation within APAN.

Session Chair:    Veerachai Tanpipat , Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute, Thailand

Agenda :

Discussion of the CRADR project - Veerachai Tanpipat , Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute, Thailand

Related Sessions :

Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Climate Resilient Agriculture for Disaster Risk - Presentation on the current climate-resilient technology

Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba
Climate Resilient Agriculture for Disaster Risk - Current Status of the project 




Activity Co-ordinator
JC

Jittiporn Chantarojsiri

Hydro - Informatics Institute, HII


Thursday July 25, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia

1:30pm

eCulture WG
Objectives: 
  1. To share information about new technologies and case studies to visualize social phenomenon and cultural heritage content spatially and/or chronologically, e.g. GIS applications to understand spatial patterns and relationships.
  2. To encourage academics, scientists and techno-partners to take full advantage of ICT applications for teaching, research and e-resource development in the field of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
  3. To network with other WGs and interested parties on e-resources (systems) and aggregation methods including inter-operability and meta-data along with the development of network infrastructure; e.g. the Sub-Culture peculiar on the Net.
  4. To explore the e-exchange of cultures and cultural performances including developing a cultural database of the Asia-Pacific region.
Session Chairs: 
Faridah Mohd Noor, University of Malaya
Andrew Howard, National Computational Infrastructure, Australia

Agenda: 

Related Sessions:

Wednesday, July 24th, 09:00am - 10:30am @ Room 01
eCulture WG - Cyber Performance and Beyond 2020

Wednesday, July 24th, 11:00am - 12:30pm @ Room 01
eCulture WG -  ECulture, Elife and Collaborative Network

Wednesday, July 24th, 1:30pm - 3:00pm @ Room 01
eCulture WG

Activity Co-ordinator
FM

Faridah Mohd Noor

Associate Professor, University of Malaya

Thursday July 25, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 01

1:30pm

Medical WG: MIS Session
Objectives : 
Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.
In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Session Chair :    Thawatchai Akaraviputh , Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University

Agenda : 

Minimally Invasive Surgery is now very popular in the gastrointestinal tract surgery
There are many special instruments which have been developed for specific procedure such as endostaple hemostasis device and robotic system
We will present 4 to 5 interesting cases from different MIS center around the world using special devices instruments or new robotic system

1. Presentation 1 - Thikhamporn Tawantanakorn

2. Laparoscopic paraesophageal hernia repair - Pakpong Wathanaoran

3. Presentation 3 - Kerem Tolan

Related Sessions :
Monday July 22nd, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Dental Session
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Rural Healthcare Session
Monday July 22nd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Tele-health Session
Monday July 22nd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Russia-Endoscopy Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Jimper-Surgery Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Aig-Endoscopy Session
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Test Session
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: HPB Session
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Internal Medical Session
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: ECE-Endoscopy Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 1​​​
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 2​​​
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: MIS Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Ophthalmology Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Remote Healthcare Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 3​​​



Activity Co-ordinator
RY

Ryoko Yoshida

Medical WG secretariat, TEMDEC, Kyushu University Hospital

Thursday July 25, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Mini Auditorium 1
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Medical doctors/Co-medicals /Engineers/Researchers
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

1:30pm

Network Engineering Workshop - Global Networking
​​​​​​​​Objectives :
This workshop will encourage network engineers & NOC staff to work for integrating North American R&E networks, GEANT/Asi@Connect and APAN, especially for international advanced applications. This workshop will focus on advanced network research & engineering projects as well as the updates of APAN member/partner networks, and will help APAN to be one of the advanced research & education networks in the globe.

Please access the full agenda  here

Agenda :

1. SingAREN Open Exchange-Update and next phase - Simon Peter, SingAREN

Over the last 2 years, we have seen a tremendous increase in connectivity within and beyond the region. Bandwidth has also increased tremendously, currently with multiple 100G links connecting to SingAREN Open Exchange (SOE), eg CAE-1 100G link between Singapore and Europe. SingAREN is now moving toward the development of a distributed POP across the island, so that international partners can land at either POP will be connected. It also provide resilience for the POP and connectivity.
The talk will provide and update on the connectivity at SOE and share the vision of the distributed POP.

2.  APAN 100G backbone - Takatoshi Ikeda , APAN-JP

Asia Pacific Ring (APR) was established in 2017 and the regiliant backbone between Asia and U.S. has been deployed. In 2018-2019, upgrading circuits to 100G in intra Asia-Pacific is progressing and we can make a mutual backup in the region. In this talk, I'd like to introduce the current situaion of the circuit upgrade in APAN region and propose the resilient APAN backbone

3. Hong Kong Open Exchange (HKOX) Updates - Justin Kwok

The Joint Universities Computer Centre (JUCC), the consortium of the tertiary institutions of Hong Kong, has launched the Hong Kong Open Exchange (HKOX) point at MEGA-i in March 2018, which also serves as a Research and Education (R&E) node for the Hong Kong Academic and Research Network (HARNET). HKOX is a long-term initiative with goal of connecting Hong Kong academic and research networks with global ones. This presentation provides the latest updates and the infrastructure of the HKOX.

4.   HKIX Development and HKIX-R&E Updates - ​Kenneth Lo, HKIX​​​ , ​Ryan Ng, HKIX​​​

HKIX Research and Education (HKIX-R&E) Network was started and operated by HKIX since 2008. The main purpose of HKIX-R&E is to facilitate those NRENs have presence in Hong Kong to do interconnections among themselves and do peering with commercial networks at HKIX more easily and at a lower cost. In Feb/2019, HKIX has upgraded the connections to 2x100G from MEGA-i to HKIX. The speaker would share about the migration experience during the upgrade, also the planned works for HKIX and HKIX-R&E network.


Related Sessions :
Network Engineering Workshop - Next Generation Infrastructure
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 2
Network Engineering Workshop - Global Networking
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
Network Engineering Workshop - Advanced Network Technologies
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
Network Engineering Workshop - Network Updates
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2





Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Kazunori Konishi

Kazunori Konishi

APAN Director of NOC, APAN-JP


Thursday July 25, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Mini Auditorium 2
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience Network engineers, researchers and operators
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 100

1:30pm

MANRS Routing Security Workshop
This session will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives :
This is an intermediate-level technical workshop to improve knowledge and skills in BGP routing security. It utilise lectures and hands-on labs to teach current industry best practices, utilising both IPv4 and IPv6 in a dual-stack infrastructure.

Session Chair :    Aftab Siddiqui , Internet Society, Australia

Workshop Requirements:
This is not a beginner-level routing course, although anyone with experience of running a network and reasonable understanding of routing protocols should attend this workshop. The online lab has Cisco IOS and Juniper JunOS platform (candidates can choose only one platform).

Agenda :

Routing Security and MANRS  - Aftab Siddiqui , Internet Society, Australia

Topics include:
BGP Attributes and Path Selection Process
BGP traffic engineering tools (Local Pref, MED, AS path prepend, communities etc)
BGP Operations and Security (RFC7454), BCP38 (RFC2827) – Network Ingress Filtering
BCP84 (RFC3704) – Ingress Filtering for Multihomed Networks
Overview of the Internet Routing Registry
Introduction to RPSL
Introduction to RPKI (ROA and ROV)
Online Lab





Activity Co-ordinator
MK

Mr. Kevin Meynell

Manager, Technical & Operational Engagement, Internet Society
Kevin Meynell works at the Internet Society as the Manager of Technical and Operational Engagement supporting the deployment of key Internet technologies including Routing Security, IPv6, DNSSEC and TLS. He previously worked for JANET, the UK NREN, before joining TERENA (now the GÉANT... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Aftab Siddiqui

Aftab Siddiqui

Internet Technology Manager, Internet Society, Australia
Aftab Siddiqui is the Internet Technology Manager in Asia Pacific Regional Bureau at the Internet Society. He is based in Sydney, Australia. He has vast experience in the service provider sector, he spent almost a decade at one of the largest ISP in Pakistan in the network operations... Read More →


Thursday July 25, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 02

1:30pm

Council Meeting
Agenda :

  1. Roll call and verification of Quorum
  2. Confirmation of Minutes of Auckland 2018 AGM
  3. Adoption of Audited Financial Statement
  4. Election of Directors
  5. Appointment of Auditors for 2019
  6. Acknowledgement of Auditors for 2018
  7. Development of an Asia-Pacific Network and Applications Conference in 2020
  8. Budget and Membership Fees 2020 and beyond
  9. Report on Future Secretariat
  10. AOB
​​​

Thursday July 25, 2019 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 07

1:30pm

CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - OPERATIONAL MODULE
Objectives :

The session is comprised of CSIRT in Asia meeting and a TRANSITS I training.

The objectives of the TRANSITS training are to provide affordable, state of the art high quality training to CSIRT and other interested R&E organisations’ personnel in the Asia-Pacific region and equip the attendees with the knowledge and materials needed to pass their knowledge in their constituencies.

The participants of the CSIRT in Asia meeting will be invited to give a presentation or a lightning talk on the progress of their CERT, success and failure stories and participate in discussions or debate on the most pressing security issues in the region and globally.

Session Chairs :   Jamie Gillespie , APNIC, Australia

Agenda :

TRANSITS I TRAINING: OPERATIONAL MODULE  - Jamie Gillespie , APNIC, Australia

The operational module covers the incident handling process from initial reports, through triage, investigation, resolution, closure, to post-analysis. Includes practical exercises and a survey of useful tools.

Related Sessions :

Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training -WELCOME + ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - TECHNICAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Wednesday July 24th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - OPERATIONAL MODULE
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - LEGAL MODULE
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - INTRODUCTION TO RISK MANAGEMENT
Thursday July 25th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training

Activity Co-ordinator
SJ

Sigita Jurkynaite

Partner Relations Officer, GÉANT
Sigita is a Project Development Officer at GÉANT. She manages and supports security related projects and working groups, including TF-CSIRT (task force promoting collaboration and coordination between CSIRTs in Europe), SIG-ISM (a forum for interchanging knowledge and experiences... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jamie Gillespie

Jamie Gillespie

Information Security Specialist, APNIC
Jamie Gillespie is an Internet Security Specialist at APNIC, providing security training, outreach, and development of Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) in the Asia Pacific region. This directly supports APNIC’s vision of “A global, open, stable, and secure Internet... Read More →


Thursday July 25, 2019 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 05
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience The operational module covers the incident handling process from initial reports, through triage, investigation, resolution, closure, to post-analysis. Includes practical exercises and a survey of useful tools.
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

3:00pm

Tea
Thursday July 25, 2019 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Auditorium

3:30pm

APGridPMA Meeting
Objectives :

Asia Pacific Grid Policy Management Authority (APGridPMA) together with the EUGridPMA, and the Americas PMA (TAGPMA) constitute the Interoperable Global Trust Federation (IGTF) to establish common policies and guidelines that help establish interoperable, global trust relations between providers of e-Infrastructures and cyber-infrastructures, identity providers, and other qualified relying parties. APGridPMA is holding at least two face-to-face meeting annually to enforce the regional trust framework by peer-reviews of regional IGTF certificate authorities, discuss or review of the IGTF profiles and practices etc.

Agenda : 

1. Update from IGTF - Eric Yen  

2. Member CA Report - APGridPMA Members

Related Sessions :

APGridPMA Meeting​​​
Thursday July 25th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba

Activity Co-ordinator
EY

Eric Yen

Research Scientist, Academia Sinica Grid Computing Centre
Eric Yen is the senior technical manager of ASGC, who is conducting the e-Science infrastructure, core technology and application development in ASGC, and to support broader collaboration within Taiwan and with Asia and Europe. Meanwhile he is also the chair of APAN Disaster Mitigation... Read More →

Thursday July 25, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience APGridPMA members
  • Seating Arrangement U-shape
  • Expected Number of Participants 10

3:30pm

IoT WG
Objectives :

Internet of Things (IoT) technology makes much impact on our society, and many APAN members have been conducting academic research, system and service development, demonstrations, and real-world deployment of IoT technology. In this session, we will have several presentations from APAN members sharing their IoT-related experiences and discussion with the audience.

Session Chair :  
  Eiji Kawai , NICT 

Agenda :

1. [keynote] NerveNet: A Distributed Network and Edge Computing Platform for Regional Information Sharing - Yasunori Owada , NICT , Japan

"NerveNet" is a distributed network and application platform developed by the NICT, which is aimed to achieve local information production and local information consumption in a regional area by using distributed network and edge computing nodes. It is possible to construct a layer 2 mesh structure network using Ethernet, and there is a function to autonomously construct multiple VLAN paths over the mesh topology to be able to automatically switch to the detour VLAN path in case of the link/node failure happened. In addition, it provides distributed application platform as a local cloud with a use of distributed information synchronization function operated by a distributed database system on the network node with using limited resources on the node such as computation, memory, and storage. This platform makes it possible to realize local communication and information sharing without depending on the cloud system on the Internet and realize a resilience of the network connectivity and the application service availability. This allows users to use the network and application services locally, independent of the internet or a cloud. In other words, even if a connectivity to a wide area network or the internet is not available in case of a large-scale disaster, the network and application service still available only by the remaining network nodes that are alive locally. Since all the functions of the latest NerveNet are packed into software, running on Linux PC including Raspberry Pi, it is easy to extend the scale.
In this presentation explains the architecture and functional details of NerveNet system and introduces some use cases in Japan and other countries.

2. The Wireless IoT Network in KREONET for Science IoT Service  - Joobum Kim , KISTI, Korea

The rapid growth of IoT makes it possible the new service in public and private areas. Especially, KREONET has launched the wireless IoT network based on LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network) for IoT science applications. In 2018, KREONET deployed ScienceLoRa network in six sites for monitoring environmental radiation. This year KREONET plans to extend ScienceLoRa network for science and education in Korea. In this presentation, I would like to report the current status of ScienceLoRa and future plans.

Related Sessions :

Thursday July 25th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 01
IoT WG

Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Eiji Kawai

Eiji Kawai

Laboratory Director, NICT
Eiji Kawai joined National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan in 2009 and has been engaging in the design and development of the nation-wide ICT testbed infrastructure JGN-X as director of network testbed R&D laboratory. Especially, he is leading... Read More →

Speakers
JK

Joobum Kim

Senior Researcher, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information
Joobum Kim was born in Seoul, Korea. He received his BE in Electronic Communication Engineering at Kwangwoon University in 1999, received his MS in Information and Communications at Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST) in 2002 and received his Ph.D. in Telecommunications... Read More →
YO

Yasunori Owada

Senior Researcher, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology


Thursday July 25, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 01
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Any APAN participants
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 50

3:30pm

Medical WG: Ophthalmology Session
Objectives :
Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Session Chair :
DINH VIET NGHIA
PHAM NHU VINH TUYEN

Agenda:

1. Orbital Lymphomas - Nguyen Huy Hoang

2. Systemic steroid therapy in orbital diseases - Rohit Saiju

3. Diagnostic Imaging in orbital diseases - Pham Minh Chi

4. Radiotherapy in orbital diseases - Bui Quang Bieu

5. Endovascular treatment of orbital vascular lessions    - ​Luong Tuan Anh​​​

Related Sessions :

Monday July 22nd, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Dental Session
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Rural Healthcare Session
Monday July 22nd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Tele-health Session
Monday July 22nd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Russia-Endoscopy Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Jimper-Surgery Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Aig-Endoscopy Session
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Test Session
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: HPB Session
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Internal Medical Session
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: ECE-Endoscopy Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 1​​​
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 2​​​
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: MIS Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Ophthalmology Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Remote Healthcare Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 3​​​


Activity Co-ordinator
RY

Ryoko Yoshida

Medical WG secretariat, TEMDEC, Kyushu University Hospital

Thursday July 25, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Mini Auditorium 1
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Medical doctors/Co-medicals /Engineers/Researchers
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

3:30pm

Network Engineering Workshop - Network Updates
Objectives :
This workshop will encourage network engineers & NOC staff to work for integrating North American R&E networks, GEANT/Asi@Connect and APAN, especially for international advanced applications. This workshop will focus on advanced network research & engineering projects as well as the updates of APAN member/partner networks, and will help APAN to be one of the advanced research & education networks in the globe.

Please access the full agenda  here

Session Chair :   TERAOKA Taizo

Agenda :

1.  Migration plan for MYREN Central 1 POP Cyberjaya  - Sharizan Sumuui, MYREN

MYREN Core network is interconnecting 7 Point of Presence (POP) and we are planning to relocate the most critical POP from Cyberjaya to the Ministry owned Data Centre near to KLIA. The migration involving the relocation of five upstream links, connectivity to 19 access sites with the total bandwidth of 8.8Gbps and the reorganizing of MYREN Core network links to fulfill the new network design requirement using the same budget ammount from Government. The migration is exppected to have zero core connectivity downtime and less than 24 hours Asi@Connect link downtime.

2.  NREN Updates - Gyanendra Maharjan , NREN , Rajan Parajuli, NREN

In order to expand TEIN network across Nepal, NREN is currently undertaking feasibility study. Recently, we have setup conferencing facilities in all the Provincial Municipal Learning Center (PMLC), which foster sharing between and among PMLCs and other development stakeholders. NREN is not only continuing its efforts to connect Nepalese communities with Global Development Learning Network (GDLN) and other development and clinical knowledge sharing platforms but also encouraging sharing at the national level - between hospitals, network engineers, and various development organizations. Most importantly, NREN is preparing for 49th APAN meeting in Kathmandu, which will be elaborated in the presentation.

3. IDRen status update in Indonesia by July 2019  - Basuki Suhardiman

The Inherent rebuild network called IDREN were initiative by several University such As University of Indonesia , University of Brawijaya , Sepuluh November Institute of Technology, University of Gajahmada and Insitute Teknologi Bandung as a gateway to NREN through the@Asia Connect /TEIN gateway. The Network was support by the Telco's Company , PT Telkom start with 10 University connected until more than 80 Universities connected to this network. And now IDREN becomes multi-operator cooperation with IDREN especially Telco and ISP (Internet Services Provider).

4.  KOREAN Update - Myunghee Kim

To meet the KOREN users’ needs in advanced network, 3 years of KOREN SDI Project which includes SDN/NFV transformation is ongoing. Since this is the last year of the project, we are mainly focused on 100% of user migration to SDI and providing NFV service to them.
This presentation provides current progress of the KOREN SDI project, mainly about NFV development status, updates in user portal and a big picture for future KOREN testbed

5.  Ruijie Innovation in education-Massive WiFi & IoT Era! How SDN & Big Data can help on efficient management? - Jackie Chen

In massive WiFi & IoT era. The campus networks of higher education should not only carry teaching and office business, but also support different Types of Service: Intelligent water/electricity meter, energy efficiency, multi-media classroom, door access control system, e-learning, CCTV, Etc. This presentation shows how Ruijie simplifies the complex networks and achieve superior experience and comprehensive visualization with SDN and Big Data.


Related Sessions : 
Network Engineering Workshop - Next Generation Infrastructure
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 2
Network Engineering Workshop - Global Networking
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
Network Engineering Workshop - Advanced Network Technologies
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
Network Engineering Workshop - Network Updates
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2

Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Kazunori Konishi

Kazunori Konishi

APAN Director of NOC, APAN-JP

Speakers
avatar for Basuki Suhardiman

Basuki Suhardiman

Vice Director, Institut Teknologi Bandung
Basuki Suhardiman involved in network infrastructure building, information system development and support, and sensor network construction in Indonesia in the past 10 years. He also represents his country in joining the EGI collaborations in Asia on Grid initiative and disaster mitigation... Read More →
SS

Sharizan Sumuui

MYREN, Malaysia



Thursday July 25, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Mini Auditorium 2
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience Network engineers, researchers and operators
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 100

3:30pm

MANRS Routing Security Workshop
This session will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm under the following Agenda.

Objectives :
This is an intermediate-level technical workshop to improve knowledge and skills in BGP routing security. It utilise lectures and hands-on labs to teach current industry best practices, utilising both IPv4 and IPv6 in a dual-stack infrastructure.

Session Chair :    Aftab Siddiqui , Internet Society, Australia

Workshop Requirements:
This is not a beginner-level routing course, although anyone with experience of running a network and reasonable understanding of routing protocols should attend this workshop. The online lab has Cisco IOS and Juniper JunOS platform (candidates can choose only one platform).

Agenda :

Routing Security and MANRS  - Aftab Siddiqui , Internet Society, Australia

Topics include:
BGP Attributes and Path Selection Process
BGP traffic engineering tools (Local Pref, MED, AS path prepend, communities etc)
BGP Operations and Security (RFC7454), BCP38 (RFC2827) – Network Ingress Filtering
BCP84 (RFC3704) – Ingress Filtering for Multihomed Networks
Overview of the Internet Routing Registry
Introduction to RPSL
Introduction to RPKI (ROA and ROV)
Online Lab





Activity Co-ordinator
MK

Mr. Kevin Meynell

Manager, Technical & Operational Engagement, Internet Society
Kevin Meynell works at the Internet Society as the Manager of Technical and Operational Engagement supporting the deployment of key Internet technologies including Routing Security, IPv6, DNSSEC and TLS. He previously worked for JANET, the UK NREN, before joining TERENA (now the GÉANT... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Aftab Siddiqui

Aftab Siddiqui

Internet Technology Manager, Internet Society, Australia
Aftab Siddiqui is the Internet Technology Manager in Asia Pacific Regional Bureau at the Internet Society. He is based in Sydney, Australia. He has vast experience in the service provider sector, he spent almost a decade at one of the largest ISP in Pakistan in the network operations... Read More →


Thursday July 25, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 02

5:00pm

APGridPMA Meeting
Objectives :

Asia Pacific Grid Policy Management Authority (APGridPMA) together with the EUGridPMA, and the Americas PMA (TAGPMA) constitute the Interoperable Global Trust Federation (IGTF) to establish common policies and guidelines that help establish interoperable, global trust relations between providers of e-Infrastructures and cyber-infrastructures, identity providers, and other qualified relying parties. APGridPMA is holding at least two face-to-face meeting annually to enforce the regional trust framework by peer-reviews of regional IGTF certificate authorities, discuss or review of the IGTF profiles and practices etc.

Agenda :

1. Member CA Report - APGridPMA Members

2. Chair election, Future Meeting and Discussion  -Eric Yen 

Related Sessions

​​APGridPMA Meeting​​​
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Auditorium Rashdan Baba

Activity Co-ordinator
EY

Eric Yen

Research Scientist, Academia Sinica Grid Computing Centre
Eric Yen is the senior technical manager of ASGC, who is conducting the e-Science infrastructure, core technology and application development in ASGC, and to support broader collaboration within Taiwan and with Asia and Europe. Meanwhile he is also the chair of APAN Disaster Mitigation... Read More →

Thursday July 25, 2019 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience APGridPMA members
  • Seating Arrangement U-shape
  • Expected Number of Participants 10

5:00pm

Area Directors/WG Chairs Meeting
Thursday July 25, 2019 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Room 07

5:00pm

CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Objectives :

The session is comprised of CSIRT in Asia meeting and a TRANSITS I training.

The objectives of the TRANSITS training are to provide affordable, state of the art high quality training to CSIRT and other interested R&E organisations’ personnel in the Asia-Pacific region and equip the attendees with the knowledge and materials needed to pass their knowledge in their constituencies.

The participants of the CSIRT in Asia meeting will be invited to give a presentation or a lightning talk on the progress of their CERT, success and failure stories and participate in discussions or debate on the most pressing security issues in the region and globally.

Session Chairs :  Sigita Jurkynaite , GÉANT

Agenda :

CSIRT IN ASIA MEETING - Sigita Jurkynaite , GÉANT

Participants will be invited to give a presentation or a lightning talk on the progress of their CERT, success and failure stories and participate in discussions or debate on the most pressing security issues in the region and globally.

Related Sessions :

Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training -WELCOME + ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - ORGANISATIONAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - TECHNICAL MODULE
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Wednesday July 24th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - OPERATIONAL MODULE
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - LEGAL MODULE
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training - INTRODUCTION TO RISK MANAGEMENT
Thursday July 25th, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Room 05
CSIRT in Asia Meeting - TRANSITS Training

Activity Co-ordinator
SJ

Sigita Jurkynaite

Partner Relations Officer, GÉANT
Sigita is a Project Development Officer at GÉANT. She manages and supports security related projects and working groups, including TF-CSIRT (task force promoting collaboration and coordination between CSIRTs in Europe), SIG-ISM (a forum for interchanging knowledge and experiences... Read More →

Thursday July 25, 2019 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Room 05
  • Organization Other
  • Target Audience The operational module covers the incident handling process from initial reports, through triage, investigation, resolution, closure, to post-analysis. Includes practical exercises and a survey of useful tools.
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

5:00pm

IoT WG
Objectives :

Internet of Things (IoT) technology makes much impact on our society, and many APAN members have been conducting academic research, system and service development, demonstrations, and real-world deployment of IoT technology. In this session, we will have several presentations from APAN members sharing their IoT-related experiences and discussion with the audience.

Session Chair :    Eiji Kawai , NICT 

Agenda :

General Discussion on the APAN IoT WG - Eiji Kawai , NICT

We will discuss the future of the APAN IoT WG.

Related Sessions :

Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Room 01
IoT WG

Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Eiji Kawai

Eiji Kawai

Laboratory Director, NICT
Eiji Kawai joined National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan in 2009 and has been engaging in the design and development of the nation-wide ICT testbed infrastructure JGN-X as director of network testbed R&D laboratory. Especially, he is leading... Read More →

Thursday July 25, 2019 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Room 01
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Any APAN participants
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 50

5:00pm

Network Engineering Workshop - Network Updates 2

Objectives :
This workshop will encourage network engineers & NOC staff to work for integrating North American R&E networks, GEANT/Asi@Connect and APAN, especially for international advanced applications. This workshop will focus on advanced network research & engineering projects as well as the updates of APAN member/partner networks, and will help APAN to be one of the advanced research & education networks in the globe.

Please access the full agenda  here

Agenda :

1. Updated Status of NKN

The National Knowledge Network (NKN) is a state-of-the-art multi-gigabit pan-India network for providing a unified high speed network backbone for all knowledge related institutions in the country. It is the largest Research and Education Network (REN) of its kind in the world and is currently perceived as one of the leading REN globally. NKN is the primary backbone of the country which carries the traffic of e-Governance, Research and Internet on a single platform. In the international NREN landscape, NKN has peered with Research and Education Networks (RENs) such as Asi@connect in Asia Pacific, CERN and GEANT in Europe, SingAREN in Singapore, Internet2 in USA, LEARN in Sri Lanka, BdREN in Bangladesh, DrukREN in Bhutan and NORDUnet for Nordic countries and has established its own PoPs (Point of Presence) at Amsterdam, Singapore and Geneva. NKN also has established direct peering/ cache with Content Providers such as; Google, Akamai & Microsoft, to enhance the quality of services and improve user experience. Under SAARC initiative peering with Sri Lanka, Bhutan and Bangladesh has been completed, while the peering will soon be extended to Afghanistan, Maldives, and Nepal. Under BIMSTEC initiative, peering with Myanmar, Indonesia, Nepal (already covered in SAARC countries) and Thailand is in pipeline.
In the national landscape, NKN has been one of the important pillars of Digital India, as it has been the primary backbone for all e-Governance initiatives in the country. NKN currently connects more than 1706 institutes that includes almost all of the major Research and Education institutions within India and Government of India deployments like: NDCs (National Data Centres), SDCs (State Data Centre),State Wide Area Networks (SWANs), Ministries, Departments etc. "

3. SINET Updates  - Osamu AKASHI

SINET5 international links to US, Europe and Asia have upgraded to 100G links. It constructs a world-wide 100-Gbps ring backbone network for flexible traffic control. For providing more resilient network services, SINET has been collaborating with other NRENs for mutually backup in the Asia-Europe and North Atlantic areas in addition to the Pacific area. In this presentation, such recent updates about SINET activities are reported.

4.   REANNZ news - what's happening at the bottom of the world -  ​Douglas Harre, REANNZ​​​

Some stories from New Zealand, - 100G connections, penguins, but no hobbits - not too long as it's the last talk before the closing reception.



Related Sessions : 
Network Engineering Workshop - Next Generation Infrastructure
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 2
Network Engineering Workshop - Global Networking
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
Network Engineering Workshop - Advanced Network Technologies
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2
Network Engineering Workshop - Network Updates
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 2


Activity Co-ordinator
avatar for Kazunori Konishi

Kazunori Konishi

APAN Director of NOC, APAN-JP

Speakers
avatar for Douglas Harré

Douglas Harré

Chief Engagement Manager, REANNZ
Douglas has spent the last 25 years working at the intersection of education and technology and joined REANNZ from the Ministry of Education in mid-2013. While at the ministry he worked on a wide range of broadband and eLearning initiatives in schools in New Zealand and Southeast... Read More →
avatar for Osamu Akashi

Osamu Akashi

National Institute of Informatics



Thursday July 25, 2019 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Mini Auditorium 2

6:00pm

Closing Reception
Thursday July 25, 2019 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Auditorium
 
Friday, July 26
 

9:00am

Closing Plenary
Friday July 26, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia

10:30am

Tea
Friday July 26, 2019 10:30am - 10:45am
Auditorium

10:45am

General Assembly
1. Area Directors/WG’s + Task Forces

•NREN Marketing and Communications
•APAN Research workshop
•Intelligent Medical Services
•Innovation Induction for Physicians
•Multimedia Collaboration
•CSIRT in Asia
•APNIC: SDN, Secure routing
•Network Engineering
•APGridPMA
•ISOC: MANRS Routing Security
•APRP
•Backbone Committee

2. Session/workshop awards

3.Lightning talk awards

4. Fellowship certificates

5.Summary of APAN48 meeting

6. Comments: Local Chair, APAN Chair

7. APAN49 meeting in Nepal




Friday July 26, 2019 10:45am - 12:15pm
Auditorium Rashdan Baba 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia

12:15pm

Lunch
Friday July 26, 2019 12:15pm - 1:30pm
Auditorium

1:30pm

Medical WG: Remote Healthcare Session
Objectives :
Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Session Chair :
Sheila John
Alvin B. Marcelo

Agenda :

1. Telemedicine enabled Ophthalmology care in the rural villages, Sankara Nethralaya experience - Sheila John

2. Technology Enabled Remote Health Care : A story from India - ​Ganapathy Krishnan​​​

3. Telehealth in the Philippines - ​Portia Marcelo​​​

Related Sessions :

Monday July 22nd, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Dental Session
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Rural Healthcare Session
Monday July 22nd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Tele-health Session
Monday July 22nd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Russia-Endoscopy Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Jimper-Surgery Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Aig-Endoscopy Session
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Test Session
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: HPB Session
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Internal Medical Session
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: ECE-Endoscopy Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 1​​​
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 2​​​
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: MIS Session​​​
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Ophthalmology Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Remote Healthcare Session​​​
Friday July 26th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 3​​​





Activity Co-ordinator
RY

Ryoko Yoshida

Medical WG secretariat, TEMDEC, Kyushu University Hospital

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Sheila John

Dr. Sheila John

Head of Teleophthalmology, Sankara Nethralaya, Chennai, India
Dr Sheila John is a consultant ophthalmologist from 1991 at Sankara Nethralaya, Eye hospital Chennai, India. She has worked as a clinician and surgeon and performed cataract surgeries. She has experience in reporting ocular ultrasound and in collaboration with the Indian Institute... Read More →
avatar for Ganapathy Krishnan

Ganapathy Krishnan

Director, Apollo Telemedicine Networking Foundation Country , India
K. GANAPATHY M.Ch.(Neurosurgery), FACS, FICS, FAMS Ph.D is a Past President of the Telemedicine Society of India. former Secretary and Past  President of the  Neurological Society of India, former Secretary of the Asian Australasian Society of Neurological Surgery , Past President... Read More →


Friday July 26, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Mini Auditorium 1
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Medical doctors/Co-medicals /Engineers/Researchers
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30

3:00pm

Tea
Friday July 26, 2019 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Auditorium

3:30pm

Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 3
Objectives : 
Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.
In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy. Medical WG sessions provide educations using telemedicine. At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.

Keywords: Telemedicine, Medical education, Engineer training, e-health, Endoscopy

Session Chair : Sheila John, Sankara Nethralaya, Chennai, India
                                 Alvin B. Marcelo ,University of the Philippines Manila

The story of how Telemedicine and technology has changed the delivery of Healthcare in the rural villages
Specialist care is delivered to the rural patients at their door steps time travel and cost are save for the patient

1. Telemedicine enabled Ophthalmology care in the rural villages, Sankara Nethralaya experience -
    Sheila John, Sankara Nethralaya, Chennai, India
2. Technology Enabled Remote Health Care : A story from India - Ganapathy

Related Sessions :
Monday July 22nd, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Technology Session
Monday July 22nd, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Dental Session
Monday July 22nd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Rural Healthcare Session
Monday July 22nd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Tele-health Session
Monday July 22nd, 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Russia-Endoscopy Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Jimper-Surgery Session
Tuesday July 23rd, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Aig-Endoscopy Session
Wednesday July 24th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Test Session
Wednesday July 24th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: HPB Session
Wednesday July 24th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Internal Medical Session
Wednesday July 24th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: ECE-Endoscopy Session
Thursday July 25th, 9:00am-10:30am @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 1
Thursday July 25th, 11:00am-12:30pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 2
Thursday July 25th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: MIS Session
Thursday July 25th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Ophthalmology Session
Friday July 26th, 1:30pm-3:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Remote Healthcare Session
Friday July 26th, 3:30pm-5:00pm @ Mini Auditorium 1
Medical WG: Engineering Workshop 3




Activity Co-ordinator
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Ryoko Yoshida

Medical WG secretariat, TEMDEC, Kyushu University Hospital

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Sheila John

Dr. Sheila John

Head of Teleophthalmology, Sankara Nethralaya, Chennai, India
Dr Sheila John is a consultant ophthalmologist from 1991 at Sankara Nethralaya, Eye hospital Chennai, India. She has worked as a clinician and surgeon and performed cataract surgeries. She has experience in reporting ocular ultrasound and in collaboration with the Indian Institute... Read More →
avatar for Ganapathy Krishnan

Ganapathy Krishnan

Director, Apollo Telemedicine Networking Foundation Country , India
K. GANAPATHY M.Ch.(Neurosurgery), FACS, FICS, FAMS Ph.D is a Past President of the Telemedicine Society of India. former Secretary and Past  President of the  Neurological Society of India, former Secretary of the Asian Australasian Society of Neurological Surgery , Past President... Read More →


Friday July 26, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Mini Auditorium 1
  • Organization Working Group
  • Target Audience Medical doctors/Co-medicals /Engineers/Researchers
  • Seating Arrangement Class Room
  • Expected Number of Participants 30