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Title: Future Internet Technical Strategies and Analysis of Best Practices

Time: 15:00�16:30 Jan. 29 ( Tue)
Speake r: Prof. Thomas Byeong-Nam Yoon Ph.D. - Kyonggi University, Korea

Thomas Byeong Nam Yoon is professor in faculty of Computer Science, Kyonggi
University since 2010 and is in charge of the Future Internet Lab. He obtained his
BSc from Hanyang University, MSc from Chungju University, and PhD from
Chungnam National University, Korea. He has been accredited as a Computer
System Specialist by UNIVAC, USA 1975, a Telecom System Specialist by
ALCATEL, Belgium 1979, a Telecom System Designer by LME, Sweden 1983.
He was a Communication System Development Project Manager of TDX/CDMA,
ISDN, Intelligent Network, HI TELlPC, ATM, MPLS/Router in E TRI 1982 1999. He was a National Grand Project Manager of the Korea Information Super

Highway, eGovernment, ASP for SMEs, Internet Switching Center for ISPs, eSignature Center, National Back­
up Center in NIA 1999 - 2009, Korea.
Abstract: It is getting more important issue than before that the Future Internet. Because the evolving smart

services and social networks are rapidly transforming societies and economies without barrier. And also the
agenda of the Future Internet can cover all the smart brand new service challenges that are not available in the
existing Internet world. Internet as WWW has been proved itself as the most influence driving force to change
the world better and prosperous. It is real new media revolution in the 21 st century even though it has many
defective considerations from the beginning like as the best effort service. Which will be bless or curse to us
depending on how we will provide for rapid changes of the Internet service situation. Also we have faced the
Future Internet Divided problem, which are making far distance between advanced countries and others.
Through this tutorial we realize that what is the meaningful issues of the Future Internet, why it is so strong
ecosystem strategy that is the Spiral working method to the researchers and developers and even students in
university, what are the killer applications so far as the best practices which give us a great inspiration of the
Future Internet. This tutorial give us an information of the Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI)
is open and broadly inclusive, providing collaborative and exploratory environments for academia, industry and
the public to catalyze groundbreaking discoveries and innovation in these emerging global networks. This
tutorial treats the core part of the OpenFlow that is a highlighted Future Internet project among GENIs: A way
for researchers to run experimental protocols and applications in the networks they use every day. OpenFlow
could serve as a useful campus component in proposed large-scale test beds of GENI, etc.