Monday, October 10th

08:00 – 10:00 Registration

10:00 – 11:00 Opening Session

11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break

11:30 – 12:30 CLEI Invited Speech

14:30 – 16:00 Session 1: Management of Wireless Networks
Chair: Nazim Agoulmine
1. Distributed Location of the Critical Nodes to Network Robustness based on Spectral Analysis
    Klaus Wehmuth, Artur Ziviani
2. A Strategy to Improve Sensing Accuracy of Energy Detection for Distributed Spectrum Management Systems
    Andre Meirelles, Kleber Cardoso, José Ferreira de Rezende
3. A Mobility Model for Opportunistic Routing Protocols Validation
    Matias Richart, Jorge Visca, Javier Baliosian, Eduardo Grampin
4. Multiple Linear Regression to Improve Prediction Accuracy in WSN Data Reduction
    Carlos Giovanni Nunes de Carvalho, Danielo Gomes, José De Souza

16:00 – 16:30 Coffee Break

16:30 – 18:00 Session 2: Management Applications
Chair: José Marcos Nogueira
1. An IDE for NETCONF Management Applications
    Paulo Tavares, Pedro Gonçalves, José Oliveira
2. Universal Remote Boot and Administration Service
    Sebastian Schmelzer, Dirk von Suchodoletz, Daniel Weingaertner, Luis Carlos De Bona, Gerhard Schneider, Carlos Carvalho

18:00 – 19:00 Invited Speech 1: Management towards Reducing Cloud Usage Costs
Dr. Vladimir Tosic, NICTA
19:00 – 20:00 Cultural Program

Tuesday, October 11th

9:00 – 10:00 Invited Speech 2
Communication and Sensors Technologies Integration for Cost-Effective Ubiquitous Healthcare Provisioning
Prof. Nazim Agoulmine, University of Evry Val d'Essonne

10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break

10:30 – 12:00 Session 3: Security Management
Chair: Héctor Cancela
1. Content Filtering for SMS Systems Based on Bayesian Classifier and Word Grouping
    Dirceu Belem, Fatima Duarte-Figueiredo
2. Botnet Detection Using a Mashup-based Approach
    Carlos Raniery Paula dos Santos, Rafael Santos Bezerra, João Ceron, Liane Tarouco, Lisandro Zambenedetti Granville
3. Biologically Inspired Architecture for Security Management on Wireless Self-Organized Networks
    Michele Nogueira, Jenny Torres, Aldri dos Santos, Guy Pujolle
4. An Adaptive Security Management Model for Emergency Networks
    Thiago Oliveira, Sergio Oliveira, Jose-Marcos Nogueira, Daniel Fernandes Macedo

12:00 – 13:00 Invited Speech 3
On the Design of the Future Internet
Prof. Otto C.M.B. Duarte, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

14:30 – 16:00 Session 4: Management of Virtual Infrastructures & Services
Chair: Carlos Westphall
1. An Architecture for Adaptation of Virtual Networks on Clouds
    Carlos Senna, Milton Soares, Luiz Fernando Bittencourt, Edmundo Madeira
2. Simulator Improvements to Validate the Green Cloud Computing Approach
    Jorge Werner, Guilherme Geronimo, Carlos Westphall, Fernando Koch, Rafael Freitas
3. A quality-aware approach for selecting context information from redundant context sources
    José Bringel, Nazim Agoulmine
4. Alloc TC-Sharing : A new Bandwidth Allocation model for DS-TE Networks.
    Rafael Reale, Walter da Costa, Joberto Martins

16:00 – 16:30 Coffee Break

16:30 – 17:30 Panel
Moderator: José Marcos Nogueira
Trends in Managing Virtual Infrastructures: from Networks to Clouds

17:30 – 17:45 Closing Session

18:30 – 20:00 Cultural Evening

Keynote Speakers

1. Dr. Vladimir Tosic (NICTA)

Management towards Reducing Cloud Usage Costs

   Dr. Vladimir Tosic is a researcher in the Software Systems research group of NICTA – the Australian national Centre of Excellence in information and communications technology (ICT) research; conjoint lecturer at the School of Computer Science and Engineering, the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia; and Honorary Associate at the School of Information Technologies, the University of Sydney, Australia. He previously held various positions in academia and industry in Australia, Canada, Germany, and Serbia. He completed his Ph.D. degree at Carleton University, Canada and was an NSERC post-doctoral fellow at the University of Western Ontario, Canada. For his academic successes, he received a number of awards, including the 2001 Upsilon Pi Epsilon / IEEE Computer Society Award for Academic Excellence. He published more than 50 refereed papers in international journals, conference proceedings, and book chapters, as well as a number of non-refereed papers and presentations. The majority of these publications were in the area of quality of service (QoS) specification and management of advanced service-oriented systems. Dr. Tosic also presented several tutorials about this topic at leading international conferences. In addition, he has been a co-organizer of a several international workshops and a program committee member of many international conferences and workshops (e.g., the Business-Driven IT Management – BDIM workshops at NOMS/IM conferences in 2006-2011). Dr. Tosic currently works on a project that collaborates with the Australian government, major financial institutions, and smaller enterprises on researching factors influencing cloud adoption and migration of legacy applications to clouds. He is also a member of a team that develops an innovative tool for monitoring and management of cloud applications, leveraging a patent-pending solution by his colleague. Further information about Dr. Tosic can be found at:

2.  Prof. Nazim Agoulmine, PhD, D.Sc, Ing, SMIEEE - University of Evry Val d’Essonne, France

Communication and Sensors Technologies Integration for Cost-Effective Ubiquitous Healthcare Provisioning

   Many countries continue to face the major challenge of economically supporting their welfare systems, particularly medical/health benefits. Without novel solutions to reduce the cost of conventional systems such as cost of hospitalization and specialized institutions, existing well fair systems of many countries will collapse. Information and communications technologies (ICT) have been recognized as an important part of the solution to create new cost-effective solutions to reduce the cost of healthcare. (U) Health Smart Home, a home equipped with ICT to support people directly in their home, has been identified by governments and medical institutions, as an important step towards financial savings, as well as a technologically and socially acceptable solution to maintain the current health welfare system.  The aim ICT for Ubiquitous Health smart home is to introduce new technological solutions to allow elderly and disabled persons to continue to live a more independent life as long as possible while receiving the required medical and safety assistance. Autonomic systems can be developed to monitor patients’ health status and detect as early as possible any anomaly take appropriate actions. With the help of the U-Health smart home, doctors, nurses and other health-related personnel do not need to be continuously next to the patients and there for being able to manage several patients at the same time with the help of new communication technologies. This approach will reduce the load in hospitals and specialized institutions while continuing to provide a high quality of health to the patients. This presentation aims to highlight the tremendous advances in low-power electronics, nano/bio sensor technologies, wired and wireless network technologies, Information Systems, Decision-making systems, etc that are facilitating the introduction of (U)health solutions in our societies.

Nazim     Prof. Nazim Agoulmine (IEEE Senior Member) is a Full Professor at the University of Evry Val d’Essonne, France and head of of the LRSM group of the IBISC Computer Science Research Lab. He holds a Master and Phd degreesinomputer science from the University of Paris XI (France) and an Engineering diploma from the University of USTHB (Algeria). Since 1989, he has been involved in several large research projects on broadband wireless and fixed network management funded by the EU commission: Advance, Pemmon, Forms, ICM, Adanets, Seimonet, Sumo, Wellcom, Expeshare, Easycloud) and the French National Research Council CNRS (Cesame, Amarrage, Polymage, etc.). His current research interests are Ubiquitous Networks, Context Awareness, autonomic, NGN, Ad hoc and WSN, Multimedia Systems, etc. He has served and still serving in several technical programme committees of IEEE international conferences: MMNS, IM, NOMS App, LANOMS, ASNOMS, MWCN, LAACS, BCN, GIIS, etc. Nazim Agoulmine has served as the general co-TPC chair of IEEE/IFIP IM’2011, NATO ASIGE’2010, LANOMS’2009, BCN’2010/09/08/07/06, MMNS’2003 DANSM’2007, GIIS’2007, HPOV’2004 . Dr. Agoulmine has published more than 100 peer-reviewed papers in the areas of networking and multimedia systems. He is the co-author of three books on Network Management and Multimedia Systems. He was awarded two international patents and has been giving several invited/keynote/plenary presentations in several international conferences and workshops. Dr. Agoulmine is currently a secretary a member of the e-Health IEEE Committee. He is also the area editor of the International Journal on Computer Networks - COMNET, associate editor board of the international Journal of Computing Science and Engineering - JCSE and member of the editorial review board of the “International Journal of E-Health and Medical Communications - IJEHMC. He is the guest editor of the IEEE Communications Magazine Special Issue on “Communications in Ubiquitous Healthcare: Wireless Sensors, Networked Devices, Protocols and Solutions”.

3.  Prof. Otto Carlos M. B. Duarte - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

On the Design of the Future Internet.

   The growth of Internet is due to the TCP/IP protocol stack and its model of a simple core and complexity in the extremities. This model proved to be very successful on interconnecting networks of different technologies and integrating new applications. Nevertheless, this model "ossifies" the Internet and imposes restrictions that now negatively impact on its users and service providers. Many networking research funding agencies in the USA, Europe, Japan, Brazil, and other countries are encouraging research on revolutionary architectures for the future Internet. This talk provides an overview of research related to future network architectures including Clean-Slate Research Programs, Virtualization, ID-Locator Separation, Content-Centric Networking, OpenFlow, Delay Tolerant Networks, as well as the Horizon and SecFuNet projects between Brazil and Europe.

Otto     Otto Carlos Muniz Bandeira Duarte ( was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on October 23, 1953. He received the Eletronic Engineer degree and the M. Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1976 and 1981,respectively, and the Dr. Ing. degree from ENST/Paris, France, in 1985. Since 1978 he is Professor at Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. From January 1992 until June 1993 he has worked at MASI Laboratory in Paris 6 University. In 1995, he has spent three months at International Computer Science Institute (ICSI) associated to the University of California at Berkeley. In 1999, 2001, 2006, and 2011, he worked as invited professor at Paris 6 University. He is heading the computer network group (Grupo de Teleinformática e Automação - GTA). His major research interests are in virtualized networking, cloud computing, security, multicast, QoS garantees, and mobile communications.