AINTEC 2022

19-21 December 2022 Eikei University, Hiroshima, Japan
The 17th Asian Internet Engineering Conference

The 17th Asian Internet Engineering Conference

The 17th Asian Internet Engineering Conference (AINTEC), in cooperation with ACM SIGCOMM, provides an international technical forum for experts from industry and academia. AINTEC especially aims at addressing issues pertinent to the Asia and Pacific region, with vast diversities of socio-economic and networking conditions, while inviting high quality and recent research results from the Internet research community at large. AINTEC 2022 follows the previous sixteen successful editions. The conference is single-track and features a technical program with significant opportunities for individual and small-group discussions among a diverse set of participants. The technical sessions will include invited talks by leading experts, presentations of papers, demos, and posters. A student author of the AINTEC Best Paper Award is eligible for the ACM SIGCOMM geo-diversity grant program to attend ACM SIGCOMM 2023 in New York.
ITSUKUSHIMA SHRINE
HIROSHIMA CASTLE
EIKEI UNIVERSITY OF HIROSHIMA

Keynote Speaker

Dirk Kutscher
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Guangzhou)
Microverse – Distributed AR/VR for the Rest of Us

Ubiquitous virtual reality environments such as Metaverse have been described as the future mobile Internet, alluding to their expected profound impact on the way how information is retrieved, processed, rendered, and consumed. While detailed designs are still emerging, early visions such Keeichi Matsuda’s Hyper-Reality project have already outlined usage models and expectations on connectivity and data availability to enable rich interactions with the physical world and blending it with dynamically computed artefacts.

Metaverse systems will challenge traditional client-server-inspired web models, centralized security trust anchors and server-style distributed computing. We propose the Microverse – a decentralized AR/VR network based on dynamic interactions between humans, the phyiscal world, and computing processes in an edge-to-cloud continuum. This talk will outline the associated challenges of traditional Metaverse systems and our new Microverse concept, review recent work in distributed computing and suggest some approaches for evolving networking and computing to enable Microverse – not as a dystopian vision but as an opportunity for societies and their citizens.

Speakers

Anna Maria Mandalari
Imperial College London, UK
Title: Strengthening the IoT Ecosystem: Privacy Preserving IoT Security Management
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Geoff Huston
APNIC
Title: Future Network Needs
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Ignacio Castro
QMUL, UK
Title: Who makes the Internet? A longitudinal analyses of the IETF
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Kensuke Fukuda
NII, Japan
Title: Semantics and causality extraction from network logs for network troubleshooting
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Program

9:00 - 9:15

Opening

9:15 - 10:00

Microverse – Distributed AR/VR for the Rest of Us

Keynote Speaker
Ubiquitous virtual reality environments such as Metaverse have been described as the future mobile Internet, alluding to their expected profound impact on the way how information is retrieved, processed, rendered, and consumed.

10:00 - 10:30

Coffee Break

Session 1: Measurements & Data

Session Chair: TBA

10:30 - 11:00

On the Validity of Internet Speed Test Tools and Broadband Measurement Programs

  • Jun Han, University of New South Wales
  • Minzhao Lyu, University of New South Wales
  • Vijay Sivaraman, University of New South Wales

11:00 - 11:30

Jujuby: Design and Deployment a Crawler for CDN Mapping

  • Caleb Wang, Northwestern University
  • Yuan-Tai Liu and Polly Huang, NTU

11:30 - 12:00

KANVAS: A Network Information Sharing Framework Based on Network Ontology Bonsai

  • Kanta Kuchii, Keio University
  • Takao Kondo, Keio University
  • Fumio Teraoka, Keio University

12:00 - 13:15

Lunch

13:15 - 14:00

Strengthening the IoT Ecosystem: Privacy Preserving IoT Security Management

Invited Speaker
We are seeing an increasingly abundance of potentially intrusive and privacy-invasive IoT devices in our lives, from smart city projects to the connected home.

14:00 - 14:30

Coffee Break

Session 2: Application & Optimization

Session Chair: TBA

14:30 - 15:00

Constrained Machine Learning for LoRa Gateway Location Optimisation

  • Abdullahi Abubakar, University of Surrey
  • Tavis Shore, University of Surrey
  • Nishanth Sastry, University of Surrey

15:00 - 15:30

SEA-HAZEMON: Active Haze Monitoring and Forest Fire Detection Platform

  • Adisorn Lertsinsrubtavee, intERLab, Asian Institute of Technology
  • Kalana Jayarathna, intERLab, Asian Institute of Technology
  • Preechai Mekbungwan,intERLab,Asian Institute of Technology
  • Thongchai Kanabkaew, Faculty of Public Health, Thammasat University
  • Sunee Raksakietisak, hai-Australian Technological Services Center

15:30 - 17:00

Walking Tour & Museum Visit

Hiroshima City & Peace Memorial Museum (Admission Tickets will be provided)

9:15 - 10:00

Who makes the Internet? A longitudinal analyses of the IETF

Invited Speaker
Operation of the Internet requires interoperability between networks, systems, and applications, as well as cooperation among a growing number of stakeholders

10:00 - 10:30

Coffee Break

Session 3: Traffic & Packets

Session Chair: TBA

10:30 - 11:00

Fast Blocking of Malicious Traffic by Excluding Benign Flow Monitoring in The IDS/SDN Cooperative Firewall System

  • Akihiro Takai, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
  • Nariyoshi Yamai, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
  • Rei Nakagawa, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

11:00 - 11:30

Mitigating Congestion with Decentralized Traffic Shaping for Adaptive Video Streaming over ICN

  • Tomoya Nakano, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
  • Rei Nakagawa, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
  • Nariyoshi Yamai, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

11:30 - 12:00

Enhancing Packet Tracing of Microservices in Container Overlay Networks using eBPF

  • Chunghan Lee, Toyota Motor Corporation, Japan
  • Reina Yoshitani, Hosei University, Japan
  • Toshio Hirotsu, Hosei University, Japan

12:00 - 13:15

Lunch

13:15 - 14:00

Semantics and causality extraction from network logs for network troubleshooting

Invited Speaker
Network logs (e.g., syslog) are one of the important and available information sources for network operation, especially troubleshooting. However, it is not an easy task for network operators to understand the contents/contexts of a huge amount of log data from a wide variety of network devices in large-scale networks.

14:00 - 14:15

Photo Session

14:15 - 14:45

Coffee Break

14:15 - 16:00

Poster Session

Location: TBA
  • Toward a compositional data plane verification for large-scale networks
    • Ryusei Shiiba, Sokendai
    • Satoru Kobayashi, Okayama university
    • Osamu Akashi, National Institute of Informatics
    • Kensuke Fukuda, National Institute of Informatics/Sokendai
  • Dot2tinet: A graph-based network configuration platform for large-scale emulation networks
    • Satoru Kobayashi, Okayama University
    • Ryusei Shiiba, Sokendai
    • Kensuke Fukuda, National Institute of Informatics/Sokendai
  • A framework for automated Facebook identity-based website login
    • Tien-Huy Pham, VNUHCM-UIT
    • Quoc-Huy Vo, VNUHCM-UIT
    • Ha Dao, NII
    • Kensuke Fukuda, NII/Sokendai
  • A Network Testing Framework For Everyone
    • Christoff Visser, Internet Initiative Japan
    • Marc Bruyere, Internet Initiative Japan
  • Easy-to-Adopt and Bottleneck-free Byzantine Fault Tolerant Protocols
    • Pierre-Louis Aublin, IIJ Research Laboratory
  • AutowareV2X: Enabling V2X Communication and Collective Perception for Autonomous Driving
    • Yu Asabe, The University of Tokyo
    • Ehsan Javanmardi, The University of Tokyo
    • Jin Nakazato, The University of Tokyo
    • Manabu Tsukada, The University of Tokyo
    • Hiroshi Esaki, The University of Tokyo
  • Design and Implementation of a Fault Tolerance Verification Tool for Pub/Sub Messaging Systems
    • Kohei Todoroki, Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Hiroshima University
    • Tohru Kondo, Information Media Center, Hiroshima University
    • Reiji Aibara, Executive Advisors to the President, Hiroshima University
  • Development of a Wireless LAN Quality Management System with Time-Series Metrics for Improving Wireless LAN Usability
    • Atsuto Nakano, Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Hiroshima University
    • Tohru Kondo, Information Media Center, Hiroshima University
    • Reiji Aibara, Executive Advisors to the President, Hiroshima University
  • Using QUIC behind a TCP Socket
    • Kenichi Yasukata, IIJ Research Laboratory
  • A Proposal of an Estimation Method of Network Resources using SRv6 for Dataflow Platform Management
    • Kazuma Yokoo,Faculty of Information Sciences, Hiroshima City University)
    • Kaori Maeda,Graduate School of Information Sciences, Hiroshima City University
    • Tohru Kondo,Information Media Center, Hiroshima University
  • Study on the construction of mmWave based IAB-UAV networks
    • Toshihiro Sumitani, Tokyo Institute of Technology
    • Gia Khanh Tran, Tokyo Institute of Technology
  • Towards Cooperative Automated Driving: Geographic-Aware Network Analysis and Visualization tool
    • Koichi Kambara, The University of Tokyo
    • Ehsan Javanmardi, The University of Tokyo
    • Jin Nakazato, The University of Tokyo
    • Yousuke Watanabe, Nagoya University
    • Kenny Sato, Doshisya University
    • Hiroaki Takada, Nagoya University
    • Manabu Tsukada, The University of Tokyo

18:00

Banquett

TBA

9:15 - 10:00

Future Network Needs

Invited Speaker
The Internet has changed dramatically in the past twenty years. Our response to the continued demands of scaling in almost every dimension has lead to the rise of cloud-based services and content distribution networks. "End-to-end" has been replaced with “end-to-edge”. This changes almost all of our preconceptions of networking, of performance and of service integrity and resilience.

10:00 - 10:30

Coffee Break

Session 4: Privacy & Resilience

Session Chair: TBA

10:30 - 11:00

CipherFlow: A Playground for Developing Privacy-Preserving IoT in Node-RED

  • Nattaset Tanabodee, Kasetsart University
  • Kalika Suksomboon, National Electronics and Computer Technology Center
  • Chaveee Issariyapat, NEXPIE Co. Ltd.
  • Sophon Mongkolluksamee, Srinakharinwirot University
  • Aimaschana Niruntasukrat, National Electronics and Computer Technology Center
  • Natapon Tansangworn, National Electronics and Computer Technology Center
  • Sukumal Kitisin, Kasetsart University

11:00 - 11:30

Exploring Crowdsourced Content Moderation Through Lens of Reddit during COVID-19

  • Waleed Iqbal, Queen Mary University of London
  • Muhammad Haseeb Arshad, University of Alberta
  • Gareth Tyson, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (GZ), Queen Mary University of London
  • Ignacio Castro, Queen Mary University of London

11:30 - 12:00

The Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha'apai Eruption -- A Postmortem: What happened to Tonga's Internet in January 2022, and what lessons are there to be learned?

  • Ulrich Speidel, The University of Auckland

12:00 - 12:15

Closing Remarks, Best Paper & Poster Awards

12:15 - 13:30

Lunch and Departure

Paper Submission

AINTEC especially aims at addressing issues pertinent to the Asia and Pacific region, bringing together the community of academics, industry researchers and network operators. AINTEC strives to cover the vast diversities of socio-economic and networking conditions, while inviting high quality and recent research results from the Internet research community at large.
AINTEC solicits submissions on the following topics:
Instructions for Author

Submissions must be original, unpublished work, and not have been submitted to another conference or journal for publication. Paper length cannot exceed 8 pages in the 10pts ACM SIGCOMM format (without references). Please do not mention the authors in the paper for blind review. AINTEC 2022 proceedings will be included in the ACM Digital Library.

Word and Latex templates for the submission can be found here (search for "2. The Workflow and Templates"): ACM Authors Submissions

Submission of a paper implies that should the paper be accepted for publication in the conference proceedings, at least one of the authors will register and present the paper in the conference. Authors of accepted papers must pay for their registration on or before the camera-ready version deadline.

Presentations and Participation

AINTEC 2022 will be a hybrid event consisting of both on-site attendence and presentations, as well as remote virtual participation for non-presenter attendees who are unable to travel. At least one author of each accepted paper/poster is expected to present the work on-site. Remote presentation may be acceptable only for exceptional circumstances related to Covid-19 only. Please contact aintec2022@interlab.ait.ac.th to request an exception.

Double-blind requirements At the same time, PC members should not actively try to de-anonymize the authors’ identities. Any violation of the double-blind reviewing process should be reported to the PC chairs.

Important Dates

Full paper submission September 5, 2022
Acceptance notificationNovember 1, 2022
Camera-ready dueNovember 19, 2022
Conference datesDecember 19-21, 2022

Guidelines for Submission of Camera Ready Version and Author Registration

The conference proceedings will be published by the ACM Digital Library. The deadline for completing the submission in The ACM Production System (TAPS) is November 19, 2022 (This is equivalent to the traditional Camera ready submission) . Please try to complete it earlier if possible.

Proceedings templates and Guide: http://www.acm.org/publications/article-templates/proceedings-template.html

Completed Copyright forms:

  • ACM has an automated copyright form collection system for ACM published proceedings. Accepted authors will be sent the ACM form and complete instructions. A weekly reminder will be sent to authors with outstanding forms. Reminders will be sent every week until four weeks before the conference/workshop. All of the copyright forms must be submitted/approved four weeks prior to AINTEC 2022. As rights management emails are sent from an automated system, these may wind up in SPAM folders. Please make sure that you set SPAM settings to allow emails from rightsreview@acm.org.
  • Before completing the copyright form please allow emails from tapsadmin@aptaracorp.awsapps.com to arrive in your inbox in case it will go to SPAM folder, an instruction of using TAPS will be sent to you.

The copyright form has been sent to the main authors -

The ACM Publishing System (TAPS)

ACM encouraged the use of TAPS which generates both accessibility-friendly PDF and responsive HTML5 versions to ensure the widest possible readership.

  • You should have receive an email from tapsadmin@aptaracorp.awsapps.com after submitting your copyright form on instructions how to use TAPS. If you have not receive any instruction please check your SPAM folder and or let us know(aintec-sec@interlab.ait.ac.th).
  • How to use TAPS
  • ACM Primary Article Templates and Publication Workflow
  • Maximum of 8 pages for text and figures plus unlimited pages for references (PDF) - Generated from TAPS

    Note: Authors will submit their source files in single-column format for production processing. TAPS will produce a 2-column formatted PDF and a responsive, single-column HTML5 file.

Call for Posters

The 17th Asian Internet Engineering Conference (AINTEC), in cooperation with ACM SIGCOMM, welcomes students and young researchers to submit posters showing promising early works on novel Internet technologies and applications. The conference provides an international venue for researchers and practitioners from both industry and academia. The poster session is meant to introduce new or ongoing work and provide opportunities for authors to interact directly with leading experts and researchers at the conference.

Topics of Interest:

We welcome all topics that align with the AINTEC main conference topics of interest.

Submission Info:

Poster abstracts should report on research work where at least some preliminary results are available, but they need not necessarily describe completed work. Poster submissions should be no more than 2 pages and must follow the guidelines mentioned in AINTEC main conference (https://interlab.ait.ac.th/aintec2022/). Authors of accepted posters will be required to produce a high-quality final poster version (A1 size) for presenting at the conference.

Submit a poster paper to https://cfp.wide.ad.jp/conferences/aintec2022poster/

Acceptance and Presentation Information: At least one author of each accepted poster must register for the conference and present the poster.

Important Dates (for Posters only!)

Submission deadline November 7 2022
Acceptance notification November 16 2022
Additional information

Posters will be exhibited in the break areas throughout the conference. The authors will give a 3 minute lightning talk and present the poster and/or demonstrate their work during the poster session at the conference. In order to protect the author's right to submit their work for publication as a full paper elsewhere, we will not be publishing a poster abstract with the proceedings. This will hopefully prevent future reviewers from claiming that your work is already published. However, we will include the poster title and author names on the conference webpage.

For further information please contact: poster-aintec@interlab.ait.ac.th

* Limited funding to support travel for students presenting papers/posters is available.

Application form can be found at Student Travel Grant Application

Organized By

AIT

Sponsors

Committees

Scientific Advisory Committee:
  • Randy Bush, Internet Initiative Japan Inc. (IIJ), USA
  • Erol Gelenbe, Imperial College, UK
  • Sukumal Kitisin, Kasetsart University, Thailand
  • Jun Murai, WIDE Project and Keio University, Japan
  • Keith W. Ross, Polytechnic Institute of NYU, USA
  • Dario Rossi, Telecom ParisTech, France
  • Surasak Sanguanpong, APAN-TH, Thailand
Steering Committee:
  • Kenjiro Cho, IIJ and WIDE Project, Japan
  • Serge Fdida, UPMC, France
  • Philippe Jacquet, INRIA, France
  • Kanchana Kanchanasut, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
  • Giovanni Pau, UPMC, France
  • Aruna Seneviratne, The University of New South Wales, Australia
  • Rodney Van Meter, WIDE Project, Keio University, Japan
General Co-Chairs:
  • Kunwadee Sripanidkulchai, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
  • Vasaka Visoottiviseth, Mahidol University, Thailand
Local Co-Chairs:
  • Kenjiro Cho, IIJ and WIDE Project, Japan
  • Jun Murai, WIDE Project, Japan
  • Yasuo Tsuchimoto, Eikei University of Hiroshima, Japan
Technical Program Committee Co-Chairs:
  • Gareth Tyson, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (GZ)
  • Simone Ferlin, Red Hat, Sweden
Technical Program Committee:
  • Amogh Dhamdhere, Amazon Web Services, USA
  • Romain Fontugne, Internet Initiative Japan, Inc.
  • Hassan Habibi Gharakheili, The University of New South Wales, Australia
  • Kotaro Kataoka, IIT Hyderabad, India
  • Adisorn Lertsinsrubtavee, intERLab, AIT, Thailand
  • Zhenyu Li, ICT, Chinese Academy of Science, China
  • Matthew Luckie, University of Waikato, New Zealand
  • Deepak Mishra, The University of New South Wales, Australia
  • Ricky K.P. Mok, CAIDA/UC San Diego, USA
  • Sooksan Panichpapiboon, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology, Thailand
  • Cristel Pelsser, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium
  • Amreesh Phokeer, Internet Society, Mauritius
  • Aravindh Raman, Telefonica Research, Spain
  • Anant Shah, Verizon Digital Media Services, USA
  • Ulrich Speidel, The University of Auckland
  • Sucha Supittayapornpong, Vidyasirimedhi Institute of Science and Technology, Thailand
  • Kanchana Thilakarathna, The University of Sydney, Australia
  • Manabu Tsukada, University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Daphné Tuncer, Ecole des ponts ParisTech, France
  • Youngjoon Won, Hanyang University, South Korea
Poster Co-Chairs:
  • Kenjiro Cho, IIJ and WIDE Project, Japan
  • Adisorn Lertsinsrubtavee, intERLab, Thailand
  • Kultida Rojviboonchai, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Publicity Chair
  • Wantanee Viriyasitavat, Google, USA
Sponsorship Chair
  • Panita Pongpaibool, NECTEC, Thailand
Conference Secretariat
  • Rey Padilla, AIT, Thailand
  • Pavel Farhan, AIT, Thailand

Venue

The conference venue is located on Eikei University campus at the center of Hiroshima, just a 10-minute walk from Hiroshima Station. Shinkansen is a convenient option to travel to Hiroshima from major cities inside Japan. Limited domestic flights are also available from some cities. More details about access to Hiroshima is available here https://www.eikei.ac.jp/english/access/.

Eikei University, Japan

Address: 1-5 Noboricho, Naka Ward, Hiroshima, 730-0016, Japan

Accommodation

The list below are accommodation options near the conference venue or you can use this Map.

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Travel Information

International travel to Hiroshima:

We recommend these three routes (by order of preference).

Route I:

If there is a direct flight to Fukuoka International Airport, we recommend flying to Fukuoka, then take the bus to Hakata (Fukuoka) Station to ride the bullet train to Hiroshima. More details on this route are here: Fukuoka Airport International Terminal{Nishitetsu Bus Munakata} - Hiroshima

Route II:

If there are no flights to Fukuoka, you should choose Tokyo Haneda Airport. There are 9 connecting flights to Hiroshima a day by ANA and 8 flights by JAL. Once at Hiroshima Airport, you can take a bus for 45 min from Hiroshima Airport to Hiroshima Station. More details on this route are here: Hiroshima Station Shinkansen Gate <-> Hiroshima Airport

Flying into Haneda and then transfering to Tokyo Station to take the bullet train to Hiroshima is not recommended.

Route III:

You may also fly to Kansai International Airport near the Osaka area. You can take an express train Haruka from Kansai Airport to Shin-Osaka station and transfer to a bullet train to Hiroshima. More details on this route are here: Kansai-Airport - Hiroshima

Registration

Authors who have an accepted paper(s) must register for the "Author Registration" by November 19, 2022. At least one author of each accepted paper/poster is expected to present the work on-site. Remote presentation may be acceptable only for exceptional circumstances related to Covid-19 only. Please contact aintec2022@interlab.ait.ac.th to request an exception. Register Here.

Registration Fee:

Type Cost in USD
(via Credit Card)
Cost in JPY
(via Domestic Japanese bank transfer)
Author US$500 JP¥67,000
Regular US$500 JP¥67,000
Student US$200 JP¥25,000
Remote (non-author) US$50 JP¥6,500
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