The basic theme is:
* Morning: the story of multipath TCP - from theory towards an IETF standard
* Afternoon: open issues and challenges

Host: Dirk
Friday 2nd July, 9.30am - 4pm, Cambridge Computer Lab Room FW26

9.00am - Coffee

9.30am - 9.45 - Phil
Welcome, Introduction
Motivation for the workshop & (briefly) for Multipath TCP

9.45am - 10.30 - Frank
Principles and theory
Historical perspective
Basics of resource pooling

10.30am - 11.30 - Mark or Damon
Protocol design challenges for MPTCP
How we moved from the theory (as just outlined by Frank) to something practical

11.30am - 11.55 - Seb, Costin
Demo - probably of the congestion control algorithm (unclear whether the full MPTCP demo will be available)

11.55am - 12.00 - Phil
IETF status [or is this too boring?]

12.00 - 1.00pm

1.00pm - 1.30 - Costin
Application of MPTCP in data centres

1.30 - 2 Damon
Some issues of using congestion as a metric in data centres?

2.00 - 2.30 Ant Rowston
Symbiotic routing in data centres?

2.30 - 3 Tea break

3.00 - 3.30
Richard,  a classic example of resource pooling in loss networks (dynamic routing in the multi-parented network architecture) and hopefully build some bridges to today's and future packet networks


4 Dirk
Application /synergy of MPTCP & information networking

We said that 4pm was Latest Finish. If all the talks above are happening, we may have to shrink the slots slightly.