Plugfest (Tentative Schedule)

Plugfest Co-Chairs: Douglas Arnold, Ken Harris

Day 1 – Sunday, September 04th, 2016

Start TimeEnd TimeSession
9:0012:00Organizers set-up
12:0013:00Lunch break (no lunch provided)
13:0017:00Attendee set-up and default profile testing
17:0019:00Free testing

Day 2 – Monday, September 05th, 2016

Start TimeEnd TimeSession
8:309:00Doors open, set-up
9:0012:00Power and telecom profile testing
13:0017:00Power and telecom profile testing
17:0019:00Free testing

Day 3 – Tuesday, September 6th, 2016

Start TimeEnd TimeSession
8:309:00Doors open, set-up
9:0012:00New profiles/technology testing
13:0015:00New profiles/technology testing
15:0016:30Open viewing for non-plugfest ISPCS attendees
16:3017:30Plugfest teardown, pack up

Symposium (Tentative Schedule)

Day 4 – Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

Start TimeEnd TimeSession
9:009:05Opening: Kang Lee and Stefano Ruffini, General Co-Chair (ISPCS)
9:059:15Local Arrangements co-Chairs: David Broman, Neiva Lindqvist and Mikael Johansson, Local Host
9:159:30Program Committee Co-Chair Remarks: Radim Bartos and Lee Cosart
9:3010:30Keynote Presentation
Erik Dahlman, Senior Expert in Radio Access Technologies, Ericsson, Sweden
5G Wireless Connectivity for 2020 and Beyond
10:3011:00Morning break
11:0011:50 Session I: PTP for the Smart Grid, Session Chair: Kang Lee, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
Synchronizing Low-Cost Probes for IEC61850 Transfer Time Estimation
Stefano Rinaldi (University of Brescia, Italy), Paolo Ferrari (University of Brescia, Italy), Matteo Loda (University of Brescia, Italy)
Robust Coordinated Time for Power Substation Networks via L1-norm Regularization
Juan Andres Bazerque (Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay), Alejandro Bevc (UTE, Uruguay)
13:1514:55Promotional Partners presentations. Chair: Hans Weibel, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
14:5515:25Afternoon Break
15:2516:40 Session II: PTP Security, Session Chair: Douglas Arnold, Meinberg-USA, USA
A Security Analysis and Revised Security Extension for the Precision Time Protocol
Eyal Itkin (Tel Aviv University, Israel), Avishai Wool (Tel Aviv University, Israel)
Emerging Solutions for Time Protocol Security
Karen O'Donoghue (Internet Society)
Precision Time Transfer using IEEE 1588 over OTN through a Commercial Optical Telecommunications Network
Marc Weiss (NIST, USA), Lee Cosart (Microsemi, USA), James Hanssen (USNO, USA), Jian Yao (NIST, USA)
17:45..Stockholm City Hall Reception (hosted by the City of Stockholm)

Day 5 – Thursday, September 8th, 2016

Start TimeEnd TimeSession
9:0010:15Session III: PTP in Wireless, Session Chair: Opher Ronen, ADVA, Israel
A Novel SDN-Based Architecture to Provide Synchronization as a Service in 5G Scenarios
Stefano Ruffini (Ericsson, Italy), Paola Iovanna (Ericsson, Italy), Mats Forsman (Ericsson, Sweden), Tomas Thyni (Ericsson, Sweden)
Wireless IEEE 1588 Over an Infrared Interface
Sven Meier (NetTimeLogic GmbH, Switzerland)
Characterization of an Opportunistic Wireless Syntonization Using a Low-Cost Test-Bed
Hans-Martin Tröger (Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany), Jakob Drexel (Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany), Alexej Jarresch (Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany), Lucila Patino-Studencki (Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany), Albert Heuberger (Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)
10:1510:45Morning Break
10:4512:00Session IV: PTP Synchronization; Session Chair: Stefano Ruffini, Ericsson, Italy
Synchronizing an IEEE 1588 Slave Clock Over Both Paths of a Redundant Ethernet System
Andreas Puhm (UAS Technikum Wien, Austria), Aneeq Mahmood (Danube University Krems, Austria), Thomas Bigler (Danube University Krems, Austria), Nikolaus Kerö (Oregano Systems, Austria)
Global Sample Synchronization Trigger
Carlos Monteiro (GE Grid Solutions, Brazil), Celso Souza (GE Grid Solutions, Brazil), Marcelo Dalmas (GE Grid Solutions, Brazil)
Game Theory Applied to Secure Clock Synchronization with IEEE 1588
Elena Lisova (Malardalen University, Sweden), Elisabeth Uhlemann (Malardalen University, Sweden), Wilfried Steiner (TTTech Computertechnik AG, Austria), Johan Akerberg (Malardalen University, Sweden), Mats Björkman (Malardalen University, Sweden)
13:3015:10Session V:PTP Measurements; Session Chair: Radim Bartos, University of New Hampshire, USA
PTP Monitoring in a Redundant Network
Timo Koskiahde (Flexibilis Oy, Finland), Jouni Kujala (Flexibilis Oy, Finland)
Network-Based Application-Independent Time-Error and Direct Port Latency Measurement
Robert Noseworthy (University of New Hampshire, USA)
Towards a Quantization Based Accuracy and Precision Characterization of Packet-Based Time Synchronization
Tamas Kovacshazy (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)
IEEE 1588 Based National Time-Scale Distribution Project in Ukraine
Igor Shkliarevskyi (IST Ltd, Ukraine), Milentiy Golovnya (Ukrmetrteststandard, Ukraine), Valeriy Koval (National University of Life&Ecology Sciences, Ukraine), Oleh Velychko (SE Ukrmetrteststandard, Ukraine), Oleksii Nikitenko (SE Ukrmetrteststandard, Ukraine)
15:1015:20Work in Progress Introductions, Session Chair: Radim Bartos, University of New Hampshire, USA
15:2015:50Afternoon Break
15:5016:20Plugfest Report
16:4016:20Best Paper Award
16:4017:00ISPCS 2017 Invitation
18:3019:30Vasa Museum Tour
19:30..Conference Dinner at Vasa Museum sponsored by Meinberg

Day 6 – Friday, September 9th, 2016

Start TimeEnd TimeSession
9:009:50Session VI: High-Accuracy PTP � White Rabbit; Session Chair: Lee Cosart, Microsemi Inc., USA
Clock Characteristics of White Rabbit
Mattia Rizzi (University of Brescia, Italy), Maciej Lipinski (CERN, Poland), Tomasz Wlostowski (CERN, Switzerland), Javier Serrano (Staff, Switzerland), Grzegorz Daniluk (CERN, Switzerland), Paolo Ferrari (University of Brescia, Italy), Stefano Rinaldi (University of Brescia, Italy)
Beyond PTP Technologies: Analysis of the Scalability of the White-Rabbit Technology for Large Networks
Felipe Torres-Gonzalez (University of Granada, Spain), Emilio Marin-Lopez (Seven Solutions, Spain), Rafael Rodriguez-Gomez (Seven Solutions, Spain), Javier Diaz (University of Granada, Spain)
9:5010:20Morning Break
10:2011:35Session VII: PTP Protocol and Devices; Chair: Hans Weibel, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
A Simulation Framework for IEEE 1588
Wolfgang Wallner (University of Technology Vienna, Austria), Armin Wasicek (University of California at Berkeley, USA), Radu Grosu (Technical University Vienna, Austria)
Building a 1588 System Solution - Key Learnings
Chandrasekhar Mallela (Intel, Malaysia), Bridgers Vince (Intel, USA) Yu Ying Choo (Intel, Malaysia)
IEEE 1588 Protocol Profiles' Comparative Analysis According to Different Applications and Standards
Igor Shkliarevskyi (IST Ltd, Ukraine), Oleksandr Shkliarevskyi (IST Ltd, Ukraine), Evgeniy Dyadenko (IST Ltd, Ukraine), Youry Vountesmery (National Technical University of Ukraine "Kiev Polytecnic Institute", Ukraine)
11:3512:00Closing Session