Wednesday, 19 July 2000   
14:00-15:30
THEME SESSION CONCURRENT SESSIONS DESCRIPTION
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1 Technologies for Internet Infrastructure Decongestants for Networks Bruce Davie       Paper Andrew K. Adams Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center / National Laboratory of Applied Network Research USA akadams@
psc.edu
Timely and effective diagnosis of network problems can make for cost-effective cures for bandwidth inefficiency.
          Toyonori Fujiura NTT Japan toyo@nttlabs.
com
Anthony James McGregor The University of Waikato and The National Laboratory for Applied Network Research (NLANR) New Zealand tonym@
nlanr.net
Hiroki Saito Meiji University Japan hiro-s@cs.
meiji.ac.jp
1 Technologies for Internet Infrastructure IP6 Experience: Time to Deploy Steve Deering       Paper Ivano Guardini CSELT S.p.A. Italy ivano.guardini
@cselt.it
IP6 has been proposed as a next generation Internet Protocol, providing a large increase in the available address space. This is important to assure that end to end services are available throughout the Internet, and to extend the Internet's reach into developing countries and wireless markets.
          Masaki Minami WIDE Project / Keio University Japan minami@
wide.ad.jp
Hiroshi Kitamura NEC Corporation Japan kitamura@ccm.
cl.nec.co.jp
Masafumi Oe Nara Institute of Science and Technology Japan masa@
fumi.org
3 Mobile Internet and IP Network Appliances Implications and Applications of Wireless Technology Jacques Guidon INRIA France Jacques.Guidon
@INRIA.FR
Paper Thomas C. Agoston IBM Global Services USA agoston@
us.ibm.com
Advances in wireless technology will have dramatic effects on potential services and applications offered in the Internet. This session will discuss issues related to geographical location and the possibility of being contacted whenever you want and wherever you are.
          Jeffrey Mark Alexander Washington CORE and The George Washington University USA jeffalex@
wcore.com
Johan Hjelm W3C/Ericsson Research Sweden hjelm@w3.org
Carey-Ann Jackson CSIR South Africa cjackson@
csir.co.za
5 Bio-Medical Issues New Technology for Health / Medical Applications         Paper Denis Trcek Institut "Jozef Stefan," Ljubljana College of Management Slovenia denis.trcek
@jis.si
The Internet has the ability to extend the reach of other technologies in exciting ways. This session includes examples of the use of the Internet to enable remote access to biomedical instruments and databases, significantly increasing the value of these resources.
          Susumu Date Computer Center, Osaka University Japan date@rd.center.
osaka-u.ac.jp
Auke van Balen FEI/Philips Electron Optics Netherlands avb@
nl.feico.com
Mark H. Ellisman National Center for Microscopy and Imaging Research/Center for Research on Biological Structure/University of California, San Diego USA mark@
ncmir.ucsd.edu
8 Regulation, Policy and Governance Government Policy and the Growth of the Internet         Paper Rene Morin Centre International pour le Devloppement de l'Inforoute en Francais (CIDIF) Canada rene@cidif.org Government policy makers around the world are seeking ways to spur the growth of the Internet and e-commerce. Telecommunications regulations are being rewritten to encourage competition. New laws are being drafted to provide a stable regulatory environment for e- commerce. What works? What doesn't?
          Brian Anderson Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University USA brian.anderson@
post.harvard.edu
Chan-Mo Chung Korea Information Society Development Institute Korea cmchung@
sunnet.kisdi.re.kr
8 Regulation, Policy and Governance The State of the Internet: National Case Studies         Round-table Franck Martin SOPAC, South Pacific Applied Geoscience Commission Fiji franck@
sopac.org.fj
One of the traditions of INET is progress reports on the development of the Internet in countries around the world. The speakers in this roundtable will provide case studies, report on recent developments, and share lessons learned.
          Sergey Y. Yurish Institute of Computer Technologies Ukraine syurish@
mail.icmp.lviv.ua
Mohamed Amin El-Nawawy In Touch Communications Services, SAE Arab Republic of Egypt nawawy@
intouch.com
Ronel Smith Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) South Africa ronel.smith@
mikom.csir.co.za
Saul Hahn Organization of American States USA shahn@
oas.org
Royal D. Colle Cornell University USA rdc4@
cornell.edu
6 Education The Arts, the Internet, and Education: What Do They Have to Offer Each Other?         Panel Lynne B. Clement The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts USA lbclement@
kennedy-center.org
Interaction that need no artificial barriers, such as translation - music, the international language, and dance, as a physical expression of that language, exist in all cultures. Panel members will discuss how their organizations have incorporated the arts and the Internet into education to build international understanding and expand students' experiences with the art forms of their own culture or others'.
 
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