The 20th Asia-Pacific
Network Operations and Management Symposium
September 18-20, 2019
Matsue, Japan
- Management in a Cyber-Physical World -


Tutorial 1: Wednesday, 18 September 2019, 9:00-10:30, Multipurpose Hall
Title: Computational intelligence meets vehicular edge computing
Chair: Assistant prof. Sato Takehiro (Kyoto University, Japan)
Prof. Celimuge Wu (the University of Electro-Communications, Japan)
Celimuge Wu received his ME degree from the Beijing Institute of Technology, China in 2006, and his PhD degree from The University of Electro-Communications, Japan in 2010, where he is currently an associate professor. His current research interests include vehicular networks, sensor networks, intelligent transport systems, IoT and edge computing. He is/has been a TPC Co-Chair of Wireless Days 2019, ICT-DM 2019, ICT-DM 2018, and a track Co-Chair of many international conferences including IEEE VTC 2020-Spring, ICCCN 2019 and IEEE PIMRC 2016. He serves as an associate editor of IEEE Access, IEICE Transactions on Communications, International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks, and MDPI Sensors.

Tutorial 2: Wednesday, 18 September 2019, 9:00-10:30, Small Hall
Title: Vision, Technology and Standardization of Network and Service Management for 5G and beyond 5G
Chair: Prof. Wang-Cheol Song (Jeju National University, Korea)
Dr. Taesnag Choi (ETRI, Korea)
Taesang Choi is a Principal Engineering Staff in ETRI, having joined the institute in 1996 after research and development careers on network and service management of telecommunications during his Ph.D studies at the University of Missouri at Kansas City. He has successfully managed a number of projects in the area of telecommunications and networking technologies, especially in Internet traffic engineering, traffic measurement and analysis, QoS management, SDN/NFV, and 5G AN & CN Management. He has also been actively contributed to various standardization organizations such as 3GPP, ITU-T and IETF in the area of Internet traffic engineering, Internet traffic measurement and analysis, CDN interconnection, SDN, NFV & 5G management and orchestration since 1993. He is currently serving as a rapporteur of ITU-T SG13 Q.6/WP1.

Tutorial 3: Wednesday, 18 September 2019, 10:45-12:15, Multipurpose Hall
Title: In-Network Learning for Software Defined Networking: Applications, Designs, and Challenges
Chair: Dr. Po-Ruey Lei (ROC Naval Academy, Taiwan)
Prof. Kate Ching-Ju Lin (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)
Kate Ching-Ju Lin a Professor in the Department of Computer Science at National Chiao Tung University, HsinChu, Taiwan. She is currently the director of the Institute of Network Engineering at National Chiao Tung University, HsinChu, Taiwan. Her current research interests include wireless systems, software-defined networking, visible light communications, and internet of things. Dr. Lin is an editor for ACM/Springer Wireless Networks. She has also served as PC members in many international conferences, including ACM SIGCOMM, ACM MOBICOM, USENIX NSDI, IEEE INFOCOM, IEEE ICNP, etc. She is a recipient of the Intel Distinguished Collaborative Research Award. Dr. Lin is an ACM member and IEEE senior member.

Tutorial 4: Wednesday, 18 September 2019, 10:45-12:15, Small Hall
Title: A Decade of SDN - Management in a Cyber-Physical World
Chair: Associate Prof. Takashi Kurimoto(National institute of informatics, Japan)
Mr. Rich Bayliss (Director of Systems Engineering, APJ, Arista Networks)
Rich is the Director for Systems Engineering in Asia-Pacific, where he leads the pre and post sales engineering teams. Rich works with customers to define a common strategy to migrate complex legacy networks to simplified, software-driven networks. Rich places particular emphasis on the necessary changes to achieve security, reliability and operational efficiency through the use of agile operations and proven web-scale architectures. Rich has been internationally recognized for his contribution to the development of new networking standards and architectures. Rich has a Computer Science and Software Development Degree with Distinction from Deakin University, Victoria, Australia.