CIS Seminar - Architectural Development and Routing Design in Named Data Networking
Lan Wang, PhD
Associate Professor and Associate Chair, Computer Science Department
University of Memphis
3:00 PM, Wednesday October 28 2015
235 Weir Hall
Architectural Development and Routing Design in Named Data Networking
Abstract: The Named Data Networking (NDN, http://named-data.net) project aims to develop a new Internet architecture to better support mobility, security, and data sharing among a large number of devices. NDN moves away from IP's focus on addresses and locations and instead focuses on retrieving data using names directly. This project involves eight universities and has received over $13 million in funding from NSF since 2010. In this talk, I will first summarize the progress in NDN architectural development. Then I will present the design of the Named-data Link State Routing protocol (NLSR), an intra-domain routing protocol for NDN. I will end my talk with new developments in scaling up NDN routing.
Bio: Dr. Lan Wang is an Associate Professor and Associate Chair in the Computer Science Department at the University of Memphis. She holds a B.S. degree (1997) in Computer Science from Peking University, China and a Ph.D. degree (2004) in Computer Science from University of California, Los Angeles. She is an IEEE senior member and received an Early Career Research Award (ECRA) from the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Memphis. Dr. Wang's research interests include Internet architecture, Internet routing, network security, network performance measurement, and sensor networks.