AINTEC 2009, Asian Internet Engineering Conference, Nov. 18 – 20,2009,
The 5th Asian Internet Engineering Conference (AINTEC) provides an
international technical forum for experts from industry and academia,
especially aiming 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 global Internet research community. AINTEC 2009 follows the
four successful editions held in Thailand.
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, posters and a pre-conference (20th Asian School on Computer
Science on 15-16 November 2009).
AINTEC 2009 solicits high quality papers that improve digital
communications in diverse situations, represented as "Challenged
Areas of interest include, but are not limited to the followings:
Networking technologies in developing regions
Emergency networks and dependable infrastructures
Ad hoc and sensor networking and applications
Wireless and mobile networks
Delay and disruption tolerant networks
Autonomic and situated communications
New networking paradigm and architecture
Location management and positioning
Internet measurement, analysis and modeling
Peer-to-peer and overlay networks
Multimedia systems and applications
Network operations and management
Submissions must be original, unpublished, and not have been submitted
to another conference or journal for publication. Papers must be
submitted in electronic format following the instructions provided on
the AINTEC web site and must be less than 8 pages in the 10pts "SIGCOMM format". AINTEC' 09 proceedings will be included in the ACM
Digital Library. 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
Developing Object-Oriented Military Systems, by Pongsatorn Sukhum, Managing Director of Infowave (Thailand) Co. Ltd.
Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2009, 11:30, CSIM #209.
This will be a short presentation that discusses current software development trends and one firm's focus on specialized domains. The Royal Thai Army Tactical Level Advanced Simulation is a three year research and development project based on Object-Oriented technology. Pongsatorn will discuss the system's development as well as provide details of the multi-disciplinary teams and software process customizations necessary for a successful project.
Pongsatorn P. Sukhum is the Managing Director of Infowave (Thailand) Co., Ltd., a consulting firm specializing in Emerging Technologies. He has 20 years of experience developing Object-Oriented systems for the Semiconductor industry, Military, and various other specialized domains. He is a Certified Rational Instructor in Object-Oriented Analysis and Design, and the Architect of the Royal Thai Army Tactical-Level Advanced Simulation project. He received his B.Sc. (Hons.) in Electronics, and M.Sc. in Integrated Circuit Systems Design from UMIST, England.
story board, by Dr. Suradet Jitprapaikulsarn, department of Electrical
Engineering and Computer Engineering of Naresuan University.
Thursday, Apr. 16, 2009, 10:30, CSIM #209.
One critical factor in delivering high-quality software is effective
requirements. Several approaches have been proposed to obtain
requirements in a form that useful for constructing software. User
Story originated from a different perspective, the user perspective.
Instead of writing all requirements specifications upfront, user stories
capture user requirements throughout a project in a simple statement
about what a user wants to do with a feature of the software, written
from a user's perspective.
Dr. Suradet Jitprapaikulsarn is a lecturer of department of Electrical
Engineering and Computer Engineering of Naresuan University. He has been
granted as certified Personal Software Process (PSP) developer,
authorized PSP instructor and candidate Team Software Process coach by
Software Engineering Institute (SEI). In addition, he is a consultant of
3 organizations: CITCOMS of Nearesuan University, the Callvoice
Communication Co., Ltd. and the Ultimate Resource Management (URM) Co., Ltd.
Overview, by Ms. Pimporn Hanchanlert, Standard CMMI Appraisal Method for Process
Improvement (SCAMPI) Lead Appraiser and Software Process Improvement
Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009, 11:00, CSIM #209.
The quality of software and system are depended largely on the
processes used to develop. CMMI® (Capability Maturity Model® Integration) demonstrates components of best practices to establish a
quality process throughout the product life cycle and helps
organizations to focus their improvement effort.
The presentation provides attendees with a high level concept of the
five levels of process maturity and the three appraisal classes in the
Research presentation by Prof. Sunyoung Han, former Dean of the College of Information & Telecommunications at Konkuk University, Seoul Korea.
Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009, 16:00, CSIM #209.
Prof. Han is visiting the AIT
today as part of the ICT-Asia seminar, where he gave a presentation "A Live Video Streaming Testbed over Mobile WiMax/HSDPA Network".
Ideas that shaped the Web, by Dr. Ramanathan Guha, Google.
Friday, Feb. 6, 2009, CSIM #209.
A number of simple but powerful design ideas have shaped the World Wide Web. Many of
these design principles have general applicability across a range of problems in
computer science and engineering in general. In this talk, I will analyse some of these
ideas in the historical context in which they arose and discuss how they have impacted
the Web. I will also present a number of open problems that confront the Web today, that
are in search of simple but powerful solutions.
R&D on Future Internet in Korea, by Prof. Yanghee Choi,
Seoul National University.
Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2009, 11:00.
In this talk, the Korean R&D activities on Future Internet will be
The work is divided into three parts ; R&D planning, standardization,
and study on specific research topics.
The research topics are grouped into three areas ; architecture,
wireless access, and service/application.