Australian Summit 2007: IPv6 at Work
Program

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Time Pre-Summit: Mon 19 November
Full day Optional hands-on IPv6 workshop Veena Merz, QUT, and Chris Myers, VeRSI
14.00 Third Asia Pacific IPv6 Task Force Meeting At conference venue - all IPv6 Summit delegates are welcome to attend (free event)
18.00 Welcome Reception and Registration
Summit Day One: Tue 20 November
08.30 Registration and Exhibition Rydges Lakeside Canberra
Session 1 Global IPv6 Activity I
09.00 Official Opening Minister Helen Coonan (invited)
09.20 ISOC and IPv6 Vint Cerf, Chief Internet Evangelist, Google
09.55 IPv6 Deployment Status in Korea Sir, Jae-Chul, National Internet Development Agency of Korea
10:30 Morning Tea
Session 2 Business and IPv6
11.00 The Working IPv6 Network Shintaro Kojima, IP Architect, NTT Communications Corporation
11.30 Practical Experiences with IPv6 - VPNs, Transition, and More Umesh Krishnaswamy, Director of Strategy and Planning, Juniper Networks
12.00 IP Version Agnostic Networks - Service Realities and Lessons Learned Chip Popoviciu, Technical Leader, Cisco Systems
12.30 Lunch
Session 3 Challenges in IPv6 Practice
13.30 Current Status of the Resources in IANA's Registries Leo Vergoda, IANA Numbers Liaison, ICANN
14.00 Developing IPv6 Capable Proxies Qing Li, Senior Architect, Blue Coat Systems
14.30 AARNet's Experience with IPv6 Glen Turner, Regional Network Manager, South Australia, AARNet
15:00 Afternoon Tea
Session 4 IPv6 Working for Users
15.30 IPv6-Based Mesh and Ad-hoc Networks Charles Perkins, Nokia Fellow, Nokia
16.00 URIs and IPv6 ... when is a Device not a Device? Tim Hibberd, R&D Commercialisation Manager, Smart Internet Technology CRC
16.30 IPv6 and Its Application in the Smart Home Jack Singh, Centre for Technology Infusion, La Trobe University
17.00 Close
19.00 Summit Dinner
Summit Day Two: Wed 21 November
08.30 Exhibition and Networking Rydges Lakeside Canberra
Session 5 Global IPv6 Activity II
09.10 Future Internet: To IP or not to IP Latif Ladid, IPv6 Forum and European IPv6 Task Force
09.50 IPv6 Technology and Services in Japan Hiroshi Esaki, Executive Director, Japan IPv6 Promotion Council
10:30 Morning Tea
Session 6 The Big Switch: IPv4 to IPv6
11.00 Interoperability between IPv4 and IPv6 Networks Bruce Sinclair, CEO, Hexago
11.35 Technology, Engineering, Religion and IPv6 Geoff Huston, Chief Scientist, Asia Pacific Network Information Centre
12.10 Panel Session
12.30 Lunch
Session 7 Defence in IPv6 Action
13.30 W2COG "GIGlite" Open For Business! Chris Gunderson, Research Associate Professor, Naval Post Graduate School
14.00 Industry Perspective on Regional Tactical Information Environment Jock McManus, Business Development Manager for Interoperability, Saab Systems
14.30 Status of IPv6 in Department of Defence Planning Paul Pappas, Director Infrastructure Design, CIO Group, Department of Defence
15:00 Afternoon Tea
Session 8 Regional Directions in IPv6
15.30 The Australian Government's IPv6 Transition Strategy Peter Dale, Director Skills and Emerging Technology, AGIMO
16.00 IPv6 in the Workplace Michael Biber, IPv6 Forum Downunder
16.30 Regional Directions in IPv6 - Where to Now? Ching-Heng Ku, Asia-Pacific IPv6 Task Force
17.00 Closing Summary and Future Activities Tony Hill, President, Internet Society of Australia