Department of Computer Hardware

Computer Communications Laboratory

Atsushi KaraSenro Saito
Atsushi Kara
Senro Saito
Associate Professor
  One of the research areas of the Computer Communications Laboratory (CCL) is to develop new internet working technologies for secure and dependable communications such as for medical and healthcare applications. The term Internet working is used here instead of the loaded term Internet, to denote communication technologies that enable interoperability among diverse underlying data-transmission systems. Education atCCLincludes teaching students the Request For Comments (RFC) issued by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). The success of the Internet in the 90s partly depends on the accumulation of technical proposals and standards in the form of RFC. The numerous RFC documents are a single authoritative source of Internet working technologies. Unfortunately, language barriers have been hindering non-English speaking students to access the wealth of information in RFC. Educating students to read RFC documents carefully is an important step for advancing their research potential in the Internet working area.

Refereed Journal Papers

[kara-01:2003]A. Kara. Private-to-Private Communication over the Internet. IEEE Computer, 37(5):53-59, 2004.
[kara-02:2003]Y. M. Asem and A. Kara. MSL: Modified secure lock for eAEcient group rekeying. Information Journal, 7(3):387-396, 2004.
[kara-03:2003]Z. Cheng K. Go A. Koyama T. Huang A. He, A. Kara and A. Imamiya. RIDEE-SPS: A Presentation System for Realtime Interactive Distance Education Environment. Transactions of Information

Refereed Proceeding Papers

[kara-04:2003]Y. M. Asem and A. Kara. Secret keys multiplication for scalable group re-keying. In Proceedings of the 3rd international conference on information technology in Asia (CITA03), pages 247-251, Malaysia, Jul. 2003.
[kara-05:2003]Y. M.Asemand A. Kara. Combining Secure Lock with Key Graph for EAEcient Group Rekeying. In Proceedings of the 2003 International Conference on Information and Communication Technology (ICT2003), pages 235-239, Thailand, Apr. 2003. Assumption University.
[kara-06:2003] Y. M. Asem and A. Kara. A scalable group rekeying scheme using secret mask patterns. In Proceedings of the 18th international conference on advanced information networking and applications (aina 2004), pages 235-239, Fukuoka, Mar. 2003. Fukuoka Institute of Technology, IEEE CS.