Munich Internet Research Retreat Raitenhaslach (MIR^3) 2016

24/25 November 2016

Welcome to the inaugural Munich Internet Research Retreat, a forum for both academic and industrial researchers to exchange ideas and get feedback on their current work. This will be a highly interactive "Dagstuhl"-style event, with a very limited number of full-length talks and most of the time dedicated to poster sessions, panels, group discussion, etc.  In this sense, we have a rough sketch of an agenda (see below), subject to change and joint refinement as our discussions at the event proceed.

What is fixed is the start and end to allow for you to make travel arrangements (see also below).

Organizers:

Georg Carle (TUM), Lars Eggert (NetApp), Wolfgang Kellerer (TUM), Jörg Ott (TUM)

News:

  • [2017-02]: An article summarising the seminar is now available.

Tentative agenda

24 November

09:30Shuttle transfer from the train station Burghausen to the venue
10:00

Welcome and introduction

  • 2 slides and 2min per person (include a photo)
  • your research, open questions, poster teaser
Retreat organization
2 slides per participant
12:00Lunch
13:00Posters and coffee
14:00

Talks 1: Architectural considerations

15:45Posters and coffee continue
16:45Breakout sessions 
18:30Adjourn and shuttle transfer to the hotel
20:00Dinner Wirtshaus Glöcklhofer

 

25 November 

08:45Shuttle transfer to Raitenhaslach
09:00Report from breakout sessions
10:30Coffee & cookies 
11:00

Talks 2: Measurements and systems

13:00Lunch
14:00

Lightning talks and closing discussion

Evolving this retreat

15:00Adjourn and shuttle transfer to Burghausen station

Links

We have made reservations for all registered participants in Hotel Glöcklhofer.

The venue is the TUM Science and Study Center Raitenhaslach, a former monastery.

Getting there and away

By train:

There is a train connection from Munich main station via Mühldorf as follows:

07:06

07:16

Munich main station

Munich East

RB 2702508:18Mühldorf
08:37MühldorfRB 2714709:21Burghausen

We will provide a shuttle bus transfer to Raitenhaslach at 09:30 from Burghausen station.

For the return trip, we will provide shuttle transfer from Raitenhaslach to Burghausen station to catch the following train:

15:46BurghausenRB 27166 16:22Mühldorf
16:33MühldorfRB 2706417:54Munich main station

By car:

The directions page of Raitenhaslach has some initial outline. 

On Google Maps, it's here.

Attendees 

Introduction slides of all participants.

  • Aaron Yi Ding (TUM CM)
  • Alberto Martínez Alba (TUM LKN)
  • Alexander von Gernler (genua GmbH)
  • Andreas Blenk (TUM LKN)
  • Arsany Basta (TUM LKN)
  • Artur Hecker (Huawei)
  • Brian Trammell (ETH Zürich)
  • Christian Prehofer (fortiss, TUM)
  • Claas Lorenz Researcher
  • Daniel Raumer (TUM NET)
  • Dirk Kutscher (Huawei)
  • Edwin Cordeiro (TUM NET)
  • Florian Westphal (Red Hat)
  • Georg Carle (TUM NET)
  • Hagen Paul Pfeifer (Rohde & Schwarz)
  • Heiko Niedermayer (TUM NET)
  • Johannes Naab (TUM NET)
  • Jörg Ott (TUM CM)
  • Holger Kinkelin (TUM NET)
  • Lars Eggert (NetApp)
  • Laurent Vanbever (ETH Zürich)
  • Marco Hoffmann (Nokia Bell Labs)
  • Markus Klügel (TUM LKN)
  • Matthias Wachs (TUM NET)
  • Minoo Rouhi (TUM NET)
  • Mirja Kühlewind (ETH Zurich)
  • Nemanja Djeric (TUM LKN)
  • Paul Emmerich (TUM NET)
  • Pavel Laskov (Huawei)
  • Peter Babarczi (TUM NET)
  • Raphael Durner (TUM LKN)
  • Rastin Pries (Nokia Bell Labs)
  • Rolf Winter (University of Applied Sciences Augsburg)
  • Sebastian Gallenmüller (TUM NET)
  • Vaibhav Bajpai (Jacobs University Bremen)
  • Wolfgang Kellerer (TUM LKN)