IP Networking Protocols and Technologies
22-26 October 2018
There has been a great advance in IP networking protocols and technologies in the recent years. This course introduces and explains in some depth the principles, protocols, technologies, services and standards used for Internet networking.
On successful completion of the module the students will have been introduced to various networking principles and technologies, will have understood principles of internetworking, addressing and routing, will have been exposed to quality of service, will have been exposed to LAN, wireless LAN, IP router and ATM technologies, will have been exposed to relatively recent developments in IP (multicast, integrated and differentiated services, MPLS, IPv6, IP network security) and finally they will have been introduced to upper layer protocols, including TCP in detail, presentation aspects and various applications (mail, WWW, directory and name services, VoIP and multimedia services).
Professor Zhili Sun
Prof. Zhili Sun is a Professor of Communication Networking in the Institute for Communication Systems (formerly the Centre for Communication Systems Research, CCSR) at the University of Surrey. His main research interests include IP networking, High Speed LANs, Traffic engineering, QoS, future generation Internet and satellite networking. He teaches these subjects at both postgraduate and undergraduate levels, supervises PhD students. He has been project leader and principal investigate in European research projects as well as technical reviewer of national and international research projects.
Professor George Pavlou
Prof. George Pavlou is Professor of Communication Networks in the Department of Electronic Engineering at University College London while he has previously been Professor at the University of Surrey for 10 years. His research interests focus on network management, networking and service engineering, including aspects such as traffic engineering, quality of service management, autonomic networking, content-centric networking and communications middleware. He has been instrumental in a number of key European and UK research projects and has contributed to standardisation activities in ISO, ITU-T and IETF.
Dr. Haitham Cruickshank
Dr. Haitham Cruickshank is a Senior Lecturer in ICS at the University of Surrey. His main research interests include network security, optimisation of data networks, network architecture and satellite communications. He teaches these subjects at both postgraduate and undergraduate levels, supervises PhD students, and has been working in several European research projects.
Dr. Michael Howarth
Dr. Michael Howarth is a Lecturer in ICS at the University of Surrey. His main research interests include internet protocols, QoS and traffic engineering. He teaches these subjects at both postgraduate and undergraduate levels and supervises PhD students; he also conducts research in a number of European research projects.
Dr. Ning Wang
Dr. Ning Wang studied at Changchun University of Science and Technology in China, the Information Communication Institute of Singapore at Nanyang Technological University and subsequently completed his PhD in Electronic Engineering at the University of Surrey. His research interests include: Network virtualisation techniques; Internet Quality of Service QoS) provisioning; Intra/inter-domain traffic engineering and optimisation; Multicast communication; Overlay and peer-to-peer (P2P) networks; Autonomic network management.
Please note that this syllabus can be changed at the University of Surrey's discretion.
1. Introduction (ZS)
2. Link layer protocols (HC)
3. Local Area Networks and high speed LANs (ZS)
4. Wireless networks and LAN interconnection (ZS)
5. Internetworking (MH)
6. Routing (MH)
7. Broadband networks and ATM (ZS)
8. IP and ATM internetworking (ZS)
9. Network security (HC)
10. Transport Layer protocols (GP)
11. Application Layer Protocols (HC)
12. VoIP (HC)
13. Web technologies (GP)
14. Network Management (NW)
15. Network Performance (NW)
16. Internet Quality of Service (QoS) (ZS)
17. Multicast (MH)
17. The future (ZS)
Price per person, including lunch, refreshments and printed course notes:
- £1750 - Early bird rate for registration received by 16 September 2017
For IET Members (proof of membership needed)
- £1650 - Early bird rate for payment received by 16 September 2017
For Registrations received after 16 September 2017
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