EDGE 10

Conference on Edge & Fog on Princeton Edge Lab 10th Anniversary
May 17, 2019
Friend Center, Princeton University, NJ

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Keynotes

Reed Hundt
Former Chairman - FCC
"Distributed Connected Computing"
Denny Strigl
Former CEO - Verizon Wireless and COO of Verizon
"The Past and Future of Wireless Networks"

Reed Hundt
Former Chairman - FCC
"Distributed Connected Computing"
Denny Strigl
Former CEO - Verizon Wireless and COO of Verizon
"The Past and Future of Wireless Networks"

Speakers

Jennifer Rexford
Princeton University
Kishore Ramachandran
Georgia Tech
Junshan Zhang
Arizona State University
Kandan Kathirvel
AT&T, Chair of Akraino Edge Technical Steering Committee
Wim Sweldens
Co-founder Kiswe Mobile

Jennifer Rexford
Princeton University
Kishore Ramachandran
Georgia Tech
Junshan Zhang
Arizona State University
Kandan Kathirvel
AT&T, Chair of Akraino Edge Technical Steering Committee
Wim Sweldens
Co-founder Kiswe Mobile

Program

8:30
Breakfast and registration

9:00
Mung Chiang: The Past and Future of Edge Computing

9:30
Kishore Ramachandran: Elevating the Edge to be a Peer of the Cloud

10:00
Kandan Kathirvel: Edge Computing and Akraino Edge Stack

10:30
Break

10:45
Junshan Zhang: Collaborative Learning towards Real-Time Edge Intelligence

11:15
Panel: The COSMOS Advanced Wireless Testbed: integrating Gigabit wireless access with low latency edge computing
Moderator: D. Raychaudhuri, WINLAB, Rutgers University
With panelists Ivan Seskar (Rutgers), Gil Zussman (Columbia), Dan Kilper (U Arizona) and Thanasis Korakis (NYU)

12:15
Lunch

12:45
Keynote: Reed Hundt: Distributed Connected Computing

1:45
Break

2:00
Wim Sweldens: Why traditional TV has not made the jump to mobile and how to fix it

2:30
Jennifer Rexford: Toward Self-Driving Networks

3:00
Break

3:15
Panel: Dispersive Computing
Moderator: Jonathan Smith, DARPA and University of Pennsylvania
With panelists from ACS, BAE, LGS

4:30
Keynote: Dennis Strigl: The Past and Future of Wireless Networks

5:30
Parting Remarks

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Registration has a nominal fee of $50. Students can register for free.

About Princeton EDGE Lab


Mung Chiang
Founder - Edge Lab

Founded in 2009, the Princeton Edge Lab was one of the first university labs dedicated to research, education and entrepreneurship in edge computing and edge networking. In 2015, it also co-founded the global nonprofit, OpenFog Consortium.

Travel

Princeton University, Friend Center, Convocation Room (Friend 113)
Corner of William Street and Olden Street
Princeton, NJ 08544


Detailed travel information