Sponsored by the IEICE (Communications Society)

2002 Workshop
on High Performance Switching and Routing
(HPSR 2002)

May 26-29, 2002
Kobe, Hyogo pref. JAPAN

Technical co-sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society

General information

Important Dates

Call for Papers

Authors Instructions

Presentation Instructions

Call for Demonstration



Interactive Demonstrations

Technical Visit

Access & Hotel Reservations


Conference Summary & photos

Presentation Materials

Back Number Order


About Kobe

2005 Workshop on High Performance Switching and Routing
(Hong Kong, P.R.China - May 12-14, 2005)

Workshop report (IEICE Communications Society - GLOBAL NEWSLETTER Vol.1) Size:389KB

Back Number Order (July 8, 2002)

Conference Summary (June 7, 2002)

Presentation Materials(June 7, 2002)

Brochure of HPSR 2002 (Final) Size:391KB

HPSR2002 is not accepting any more papers. The deadline for paper submission was December 14, 2001.

The 2002 Workshop on High Performance Switching and Routing (HPSR 2002) will be held in Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan.
A historical port town, foreign visitors are likely to feel right at home in Kobe. In recent years, Kobe has achieved a high optical fiber diffusion rate.
Topics on Kobe can be found at Kobe's Web site below.

The scope of the workshops has been continually expanded to include switching and routing aspects of IP, optical networks, and wireless communications. A simple solution for the explosion of Internet traffic is high-speed switches and routers. In addition, recent IP networks need better quality-of-service (QoS) and flexibility. These approaches will be the focus of the workshops.
The 2002 Workshop will include presentations on original research in two parallel tracts and a day of tutorials.

The purpose of the conference is to share research, experiences, and ideas among researchers, developers, and service providers in the field of data, voice and multimedia communications using IP and other high-speed switching and routing technologies. Original papers will be presented on such topics as (but not limited to):

- High-speed Internet Backbone
- IP/WDM integration
- ATM networks
- Optical networks
- Next Generation Mobile Network
- Gigabit/terabit routers
- ATM/IP integration
- Programmable networks
- 3G/4G network evolution
- Routing and signaling protocols
- Traffic engineering and control
- Quality of service
- Performance measurement and evaluation
- Terminals
- Network management and operations
- Tariffing, accounting, and charging

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