Security for the Next Internet over Heterogeneous Environments
Arjan Durresi - Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis
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AbstractThe networking research community is working to design the Next Generation Internet, which will meet the needs of the twenty-first century. The first requirement for the Next Generation Internet is security. Furthermore, the Internet will include heterogeneous environment, such as cellular and sensor networks. In this talk, I will present our research work related to above mentioned problems and focusing on a new security oriented Internet architecture and security solutions for heterogeneous environments.
It should allow receivers to set policies for how and where they receive their information. The Next Generation Internet should be designed for mobile objects. Naming, addressing architecture, and routing have to be such that these objects can move and decide how and where they want to receive their Internet traffic with full rights of privacy of their location, if desired. In this talk, I will present our research work related to above mentioned problems and focusing on Internet architecture, mobile, wireless and security issues.
About the SpeakerDr. Durresi received his B.Eng., M.Eng. and Ph.D. (all summa cum laude) in Electronics and Telecommunications, in 1986, 1991 and 1993, respectively; and a Diploma of Superior Specialization in Telecommunications from La Sapienza University in Rome, Italy and Italian Telecommunications Institute. Dr. Durresi is currently an Associate Professor with the Department of Computer and Information Science at Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis. Previously, he was with Louisiana State University and Ohio State University. Prior to this, he was a senior system designer at Telesoft Inc. Rome, Italy. His current research interests include network architectures, heterogeneous wireless networks, security, QoS
routing protocols, traffic management, optical and satellite networks, and biocomputing. His research has been supported by NSF, the states of Ohio and Louisiana, from university and industry sources. Dr. Durresi has authored more than seventy journal papers, and more than one hundred
conference papers. He has been recipient of several best Paper Awards in international conference. Dr. Durresi serves as Area Editor of Ad Hoc Networks Journal and Journal of Network and Computer Applications. He has been key note speaker in several international conferences, including AINA2007 and NBiS2008. Dr. Durresi has organized many
international conferences and workshops, including the IEEE
International Workshops on Heterogeneous Wireless Networks - HWISE, the International Workshop on Advances in Information Security - WAIS, the 23rd IEEE AINA 2009, and the 12th NBiS 2009 that will be held at IUPUI this August.
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