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The 5th Asi@Connect Meeting in Daejeon, Korea

The 5th Asi@Connect Meeting will take place in Daejeon, S.Korea from 18  to 21 February 2019. The meetings will be consisted with the 5th Asi@Connect Governors and Project Meeting, the 37th Steering Commttee Meeting and Partners' Bilateral Meeting. Also Asi@Connect and APAN will offer the Joint Opening Reception on 19 Feb (Tuesday) for networking. When & Where18 (Mon) - 21 (Thu) February 2019Venue: Daejeon Convention Center, Daejeon, S.Korea18 February (Monday)14:30~17:30  Asi@Connect Steering Committee Meeting (SC members only)19 February (Tuesday) 09:00~12:30  The 5th Asi@Connect Governors' Meeting (Closed, GM only)13:30~17:00  The 5th Asi@Connect Project Meeting (Open)Asi@Connect Activity Report- Broadband for Nepal (ICT4D)- Eduroam (AARNET)- Tele-medicine (TEMDEC)- LandSage (University of Hawaii)- Soundscape (Academia Sinica)- Nuclear Medicine (SNUH)- Master course of cyber-security (LEARN)- CSIRT (GEANT)18:00~19:30  Joint Opening Reception by Asi@Connect and APAN20-21 February (Wednesday-Thursday)09:00~17:30  Asi@Connect Partners' Bilateral Meeting * Bilateral meeting schedule will be informed to each partner later Asi@Connect meeting will be held in conjunction with APAN47 Meeting that supports the meeting venues and logistics.The logistics and travel information can be found at APAN47 website : For more information about Asi@Connect meeting, please contact Ms. Eunjin HU(Tel: +82-2-3153-7343/ email:   

2019-02-18 ~ 2019-02-21
2nd OF@TEIN+ International Collaboration Conference and Workshop 2019

  Theme: Building and operating Open and Federated Future Internet (SDN/NFV/Cloud-integrated) Testbed   ㅇ Dates: 21st -24th Jan 2019 ㅇ Venue: Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia ㅇ Organizers:  Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia ㅇ Estimated Participants: 48 International + 7 Local   ㅇ Purpose of this meeting:    To share the advancement in SDN/NFV/Cloud   To report and monitor the progress of the project from each collaborator   To provide two training sessions during the workshop:         a.  Training 1: Utilizing shared DataLake for all members         b.  Training 2: Installing MicroX Box and Playing with SmartX Box         c.  Show cases by players and student fellows   To plan the coming 2019 activities   ㅇ Expected outcome:   1.  Participants will be able to install MicroX box and play with SmartX box.   2.  All collaboration parties will be able to utilized the shared DataLake.     3.  Participants will have a clear picture on 2019 activity and tasks to be completed   4.  Ambassadors, student fellows and players can work closely in the coming years  

2019-01-21 ~ 2019-01-24
IoTcloudServe@TEIN Collaboration Workshop

 IOTCLOUDSERVE@TEIN COLLABORATION WORKSHOPS“SMART AGRICULTURE AND COMMUNITIES FOR LAOS NETPIE” When: 12th – 15th December 2018 Where: Department of Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, National Unitersity of Laos (NUOL) IoTcloudServe@TEIN Workshops 1 at NUOL in Laos is a training workshop which aims to introduce our participating members at NUOL to learn  basics in accessing the developed IoTcloudServe@TEIN platform. Brainstorming of how to implement IoT-cloud service applications (Smart-Agriculture@NUOL) of their local interests can be carried out in Workshop 1.To implement IoT-cloud service applications (Smart-Agriculture@NUOL), for the software part, NECTEC (Thailand) will be used to support necessarily secured device registration, management, as well as a public data storage access means. In addition to NETPIE, we plan to use the KAFKA framework.     

2018-12-12 ~ 2018-12-15
Pakistan Launch of Asi@Connect Project

Pakistan Launch of Asi@Connect Project  When: 6 December 2018 Where: Higher Education Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan  Asi@Connect local launch is a major milestone for PERN, as TEIN connectivity is the core link used for R&E purposes by PERN partner  universities. We are planning to project the R&E activities in front of the Government officials as well as whole academia linked with PERN. The launch event may hive officials from European Commission in Pakistan along with Chairman Higher Education Commission, Pakistan and Minister for Higher Education in Pakistan. The event aims to provide all interested stakeholders with a key opportunity to present, share, meet and discuss on:  •          Recent research and development applications/results on RENs  •          Experiences and learned lessons in research and education with the other members  •          New ideas of applications on research and education networks  •          Future development of advanced research and education networks in Pakistan  •          Collaborations with international initiatives among the TEIN-connected participating institutes  About PERN Pakistan Education & Research Network is the only Research and Education Network of the country established and administered by the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. The PERN project was initiated under the concept of Educational Intranet in 2002 under the Government of Pakistan, IT Action Plan which afterwards evolved as PERN2. PERN provides various services to the education and research institutes in Pakistan, that include Internet, Intranet, digital library, video conferencing facility, and unified communication, cloud computing, management information system, business intelligence solution as well as International R&E connectivity to the member universities. PERN has taken and intends on taking more such initiatives to ensure high quality services reach all institutes who are forward looking to leapfrog in the information age using PERN as its springboard.    

2018-12-06 ~ 2018-12-06
Campus Network Design and Security Workshop, Islamabad, Pakistan

Campus Network Design and Security Workshop, Islamabad, Pakistan   When: December 3 – 7, 2018 Where: PERN Secretariat, Higher Education Commission, Sector H9, Islamabad, Pakistan Organizer: Pakistan Education & Research Network The Campus Network Design & Security Workshop supported by Asi@Connect will be held on December 3 – 7, 2018 in Islamabad, Pakistan organized by Pakistan Education & Research Network. This workshop is designed for engineers and system staffs working at Universities, academic networks and R&E networks especially involved with system management, network monitoring and management and troubleshooting. The course is for those who need to manage diverse Network and NOC operations. This course is designed on diverse Campus Network Design principles and configuration of operating tools to support management and monitoring of Campus-wide network services including handling of R&E services, Service provider issues and corporate networks parameters. The Workshop will establish a chance of better collaboration with Asian Countries. During the workshop period, PERN will officially inaugurate the Asi@Connect project in Pakistan inviting officials from the European Commission in Pakistan, the chairman of the Higher Education Commission, Minister for Higher Education and PERN community. For registration and programme: Streaming:    

2018-12-03 ~ 2018-12-07
The 3rd TEIN - CAREN Collaboration workshop

The 3rd TEIN - CAREN Collaboration workshop The 3rd TEIN - Central Asian Research and Education Network (CAREN) collaboration workshop will take place on 27-28 November 2018 at Stanford Hotel, Seoul, Republic of Korea. TEIN-CAREN workshop has been conducted with sharing progress and developing common interest for further collaboration on R&E network.  This workshop particularly focuses on pursuing practical collaboration on ‘environmental issues’ and ‘Distance Learning & IoT’ with experts between two regions.  When & Where- 27th (Tuesday) – 28th (Wednesday) November 2018- Venue: Stanford Hotel, Seoul, Republic of Korea To see the detailed workshop program, please find the 2nd page of attachment. For more information about the workshop, please contact Mr. June Lee (Tel: +82-2-3153-7354/ email:   

2018-11-27 ~ 2018-11-28
SecureAsi@ v2.0 workshop, Malaysia

SecurAsi@v2.0Advanced Security Training Workshop  Events Period: 11-15 Dec 2018  Venue: Universiti Sains Malaysia, 11800 Penang, Malaysia  Organizer: Universiti Sains Malaysia  The SecureAsi@ v2.0 workshop, supported by Asi@Connect, will be held on 11-15 December 2018 in Penang, Malaysia, organized by Universiti Sains Malaysia. This workshop is aimed at bringing Asi@Connect partners’ network engineers and security administrators to the level qualified for the operation & management of network for their NRENs and therefore  promote international collaborations as well as Asi@Connect applications. For more inforamtion about the workshop:   About SecureAsi@v2.0 This workshop is the continuity of the previous workshop that was conducted on October 2017.  This time, the proposed workshop provides advanced and more practical training for the participants. More specifically, more advanced security tools will be shared as well as tips and steps on how to patch systems that are identified to be vulnerable in the network. USM and MYREN will provide two of its security experts and will engage with University of Hamburg (UH), Germany to invite  another expert in the field of Cyber Security to conduct the proposed workshop which will run over five (5) days. The plan for the workshop is jointly developed by USM, MYREN, and UH.       

2018-12-11 ~ 2018-12-15
Asi@Connect National Launch Event in Thailand

Where: Pathumwan Princess Hotel, Bangkok ThailandWhen: 27 November 2018The Asi@Connect local launch event is organized to announce to the policymakers and R&E community about the Asi@Connect project, how ThaiREN isinvolved, as well as to make the ThaiREN member institutions and researchersaware of its benefits.The event will also provide an opportunity for all stakeholders which are officialsof Thailand Government, ThaiREN community (universities and researchinstitutes), delegates from the European Union, and international representativesof Asi@Connect project members to meet, learn and discuss on- Experiences and learned lessons in research and education networks- Recent research, development, and applications on RENs- New ideas of applications on research and education networks- Future development of advanced research and education networks- Collaborations with international initiatives among the Asi@Connectparticipating institutesHOST byThe Thailand Research Education Network (ThaiREN)The Office of the Higher Education Commission (OHEC)The National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC)Register:

2018-11-27 ~ 2018-11-27
the Inaugural Move That Data! Challenge

Register for the Inaugural Move That Data! Challenge andwin the opportunity to showcase a LIVE Demoat Supercomputing Asia 2019 conference in Singapore!Register NowThe movement of data on the internet is a major challenge for researchers in BIG Sciences. Over the past decade, we can see that it is not only in BIG Science that generates large amount of data, but also Internet of things (IoT) as standards of the data resolution being captured continue to evolve. We have also seen increases of network bandwidth, from mega to Giga, and 100s of Gbps.  Despite this high bandwidth capacity, researchers are still not experiencing the corresponding increase in the “speed” of data transfer.  This is due to multiple factors: server, transport protocol, etc.Move That Data! is the first-ever Data Mover challenge to be held on a global scale and the inaugural edition will be held in Singapore. The challenge aims to bring together experts from industry and academia, in a bid to test their software across servers located in various countries (USA, Singapore, Australia, Japan) that are connected by 100G international networks.    Dates to note1. Objective of the data mover challengeTo showcase challengers by having them compete in deploying the best software tools on Data Transfer Nodes (DTNs) that are set up within existing international networks across the globe.To bring together a community of experts in DTNs deployment and operations.2. The ChallengeEach team will be given 1 week to deploy the software on globally distributed nodes.The transport protocol must minimally support a data transfer rate of 10Gbps or higher.3. ScopeNetwork InfrastructureTeams must leverage on the Global Research & Education network infrastructure for the data mover challenge.The deployed DTNs must connect all locations including Australia, Japan, Singapore and USA.Teams must determine the connection type that will be used, for example, point-to-point, multipoint or distributed.Multiple Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs) will be set up, per location, to provide inter-connectivity.Network monitoring must be set up to capture data transfer statistics.Server Hardware sponsorshipPurpose built DTN servers will be provided by partners based on baseline minimum specifications            - e.g. 100/10 Gb capability, local storage, connection to high performance file systemsExisting DTN systems at each partner sites must be used.CentOS7 Operating SystemApplicationsData transfer tools & software will be provided by the participants4. EligibilityThis data mover challenge is open to all organisations, companies, research institutions, academia, researchers, post-graduate students and undergraduate students.Representatives of all partnering organisations for the challenge should not participate as team member throughout the competition.5. Judging CriteriaA scoresheet with specific data transfer scenarios will be provided during the competition. Judges will consider the following factors:              1) Maximum sustainable transfer rate from disk to disk.              2) Usability of the software              3) Cost              4) ScalabilityInnovativeness in usage. The competitor can use an application to demonstrate their software across multiple sites.6. Results AnnouncementThe winning team will be announced at the SupercomputingAsia 2019 (SCA19) conference in March 2019 in Singapore (, and will have the opportunity to showcase a live demonstration of their winning solution.7. AwardsReturn coach airfare for team leader of the winning team to Singapore from the country he/she is based in.Subsistence Allowance (including accommodation) for SCA19Complimentary all-access conference pass for SCA19Recognition of achievement at SCA19 RegistrationRegistration opens from 1 through to 30 Nov 2018. The registration site is as follows: contact for any questions or enquiries. 

2018-11-30 ~ 2018-11-30
Kick-off workshop for Landsage Project

Workshop on Decision Support for Monitoring and Mitigation ofNatural Disasters (Landslides, Mudflows, and Floods) in SoutheasternAsia via the Cyber-enabled Collaboration, Analysis, Navigation andObservation Environmentㅇ When: 29-31 October 2018ㅇ Where: AIST Tsukuba Central 1 (1-1-1 Umezono, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-8560 JAPAN)ㅇ Organizer: University of HawaiiThe kick-off workshop for LandSage project, supported by Asi@Connect, will be held on 29-31 October 2018 in Tsukuba, Japan, organized by University of Hawaii. This workshop aims to define the goals and deliverables of this project and 16 experts from 7 countries (Cambodia, Laos, Japan, Korea, Thailand, USA and Vietnam) will participate.About LandSage projectDecision support for monitoring and mitigation of natural disasters (landslides, mudflows, and floods) in Southeastern Asia via the Cyber-enabled collaboration, analysis, navigation and observation environment (CyberCANOE)

2018-10-29 ~ 2018-10-31