Course title
7M9400001
Future Internet

thomas silverston
Course content
The Internet has become the main medium of communication in our modern society and it is part of the everyday life of billions of users. It is therefore essential that engineers of the future society have a strong understanding of computer networking and Internet technology. Besides, the Internet is continuously evolving, and it is important that engineers can adapt their knowledge to the Future Internet.
This class will present Future Internet and advanced Networking architectures. The main founding principles of the Internet (Architecture, Naming, Routing) will be surveyed and then new Internet architecture and Information-Centric Networking architectures (NDN, etc.) will be presented. Cyber-physical systems and the Internet of Things (IoT) will be covered, as well as 5G for mobile network and an emphasize on Vehicular Networks, as well the novel softwarization paradigm with Software-Defined Networking and NFV (Lecture 6). The use of new AI algorithms for Computer Networking and direct application may also be discussed within each lecture.
The advanced knowledge on Computer Networking combined with the strong background in engineering of our students will nurture engineers for the Future Society.
Purpose of class
This class is to provide a detailed knowledge of the Internet architecture and extend to new technologies for Future Internet
Goals and objectives
  1. The students will learn the foundation of the Internet Architecture.
  2. The students will learn about new technology for Future Internet.
  3. The students will also study use cases through exercices.
  4. The students will learn about up to date technology through scientific papers.
Language
English
Class schedule

Class schedule HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) Amount of Time Required
1. Network Model: OSI Model Book in reference and documents 190minutes
2. Network Architecture : TCP/IP

Addressing in Internet
Book in reference and documents 190minutes
3. Internet Protocol (header, messages, etc.) Book in reference and documents 190minutes
4. IP Routing Book in reference and documents 190minutes
5. Addressing in the Internet
Routing and Forwarding
Book in reference and documents 190minutes
6. Addressing in the Internet:
MAC/ Link Layer
Book in reference and documents 190minutes
7. Information-Centric Networking: a new network paradigm for Future Internet Book in reference and documents 190minutes
8. Information-Centric Networking: Caching, Routing and Cybersecurity Book in reference and documents 190minutes
9. Software-Defined Networking: Introduction to Network softwarization Book in reference and documents 190minutes
10. Vehicular Networking: a use-case example for Future Internet Book in reference and documents 190minutes
11. 5G: the next generation Mobile Networking Book in reference and documents 190minutes
12. The Internet of Things : a use case application for Future Internet Book in reference and documents 190minutes
13. Paper Presentation from the students Scientific papers 190minutes
14. Final Exam Preparation for Final 190minutes
Total. - - 2660minutes
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'

Final Exam Presentation Essay Total.
1. 10% 20% 10% 40%
2. 10% 20% 10% 40%
3. 5% 10% 5% 20%
Total. 25% 50% 25% -
Evaluation method and criteria
Final exam, Essay on Future Internet and scientific paper presentation and discussion.
Final exam will contribute 25% of your grade.
Students need at least 60% of the full score to pass this course.
Textbooks and reference materials
1- Computer Networking: a Top-Down Approach - 6th edition, J. Kurose and K. Ross, Ed. Pearson;
optional- Computer Networks, A. Tannenbaum, 6th Edition
Prerequisites
Introduction to Computer Networking
Office hours and How to contact professors for questions
  • TBA (thomas@shibaura-it.ac.jp)
    (probably on Tuesday 16:00-17:00 at Toyosu campus)
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