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Future Internet Socio Economics (FISE)

Objective: Understand what the results of the sessions of 23 November imply for the further work of the FISE group. Identify possible topics and format of FIA Valencia.

 

undefinedIntroduction Mike Boniface

Panel summary of sessions from a FISE perspective
undefinedWhat does FI mean for enterprises?

undefinedWhat does FI mean for smart cities?

undefinedDifferent architectures for different business models?

undefinedHow to measure trust?

Brainstorming key SE questions chaired by Burkard Stiller

Focused discussion around questions chaired by Mike Boniface
 
Summary and next steps chaired by Sergios Soursos

 

Management and Service-aware Networking Architectures

MANA caretakers - Henrik Abramowicz - Ericsson, Marcus Brunner - NEC, Alex Galis – University College London


The objective is to agree on research priorities identified in the Management and Service-aware Networking Architectures area; prepare the 2nd MANA position paper “ Future Internet Research Road Map” due by FIA Valencia

 

Short presentations of the results from the undefinedArchitecture, undefinedeID and undefinedorchestration sessions of day 1 - 23rd Nov 2009

Introduction Overview – undefined1ST MANA position paper:

3 Parallel Brainstorming Subgroups

 

Brainstorming Objectives:
• Preparation for 2nd MANA position paper “Future Internet Research Road Map”
• Key FI research milestones for the next 5 years
• Technical approaches to design Future Internet (FI)
• What are the ideas/means/ priorities related to the analysed capabilities that will drive the new architecture? How will these ideas be synthesized into an overarching architecture?
• What are the building blocks and interactions related to the analysed capabilities
• Review research priorities identified in the 1st MANA position paper

 

Input: MANA position paper; other position papers: http://www.future-internet.eu/home/future-internet-assembly/prague-may-2009/management-and-service-aware-networking-architectures.html

 

Group 1 – Prioritise FI objectives, requirements and candidate approaches/architectures for designing FI systems
Group 2 – Prioritise Research Challenges for Control, Elasticity, Accountability, Identity capabilities
Group 3 – Prioritise Research Challenges for Virtualisation, Self-management, Orchestration, Service-awareness capabilities

 

undefinedPresentation of brainstorming results & discussion

Topics for FIA Valencia & preparation for undefined2nd MANA position paper – “FI Research Road Map” & Summing up

Trust and Identity

Objective: Understand what the results of the sessions of 23 November imply for the further work of the Trust and Identity group. Identify possible topics and format of FIA Valencia.

 

Introduction to session, Trust and Identity Caretakers


Recap of day 1 sessions - presentations by chairs 
J. Clarke – eID approaches
V. Lotz – How to measure Trust 
N. Wainwright – Smart cities, FIRE

 

Brainstorm relevant topics for FIA Valencia, All participants


Next steps towards FIA Valencia; 
starting point: process described at 7th Oct, 
Trust and Identity workshop (see  http://security.future-internet.eu/index.php/Stockholm_Public_page)


Initial ideas for post FIA Valencia, All participants 


How to make FIA work better for us all ; eg,  steps for better out-reach (and in-reach) from other FIA domains), All participants


Preparation time for undefinedplenary slides, All participants/Caretakers 

AOB, All participants


undefinedT&I Conclusions

Usage of facilities (FIRE)

The objective of this session is to understand the results and conclusions of the cross-topic sessions held on 23 November and to possibly develop a roadmap for further work in the area of “Usage of FIRE facilities and experimentally driven research” group.

The session should conclude with the identification of topics and session formats for the next FIA to be held in April 2010 in Valencia, Spain.

• Possible outcome 1: actions for creating necessary specifications to satisfy deployment requirements on FIRE facilities
• Possible outcome 2: ideally kick-off an action to draft a paper elaborating on the methodology and its benefits

undefinedDownload the report of the FIRE sessions

undefinedIntroduction Anastasius Gavras, Eurescom GmbH
Conclusions from session “Deploying on FIRE” Anastasius Gavras, Eurescom GmbH
undefinedDoing experimentally-driven research on WISEBED - preparations, deployment, evaluation Mesut Günes, Freie Universität Berlin
undefinedFuture P2P systems and experiments Charalabos Skianis, Aegean Univ.
undefinedConclusions from session “What does it mean to conduct experimentally driven research?” Nancy Alonistioti, Univ. of Athens
undefinedExperimentation experiences in N4C Maria Uden, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden
undefinedTowards being Always Best Connected – the PERIMETER way Markus Fiedler, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden

undefinedExperimentation process for the assessment of Self-management behaviour in FI, Nancy Alonistioti

undefinedExperimentation driven traffic monitoring and engineering research, Amir Krifa, INRIA

undefinedPlenary discussion, conclusions Moderators, Anastasius Gavras, Nancy Alonistitoti

 

Future Internet Service Offer (FISO)

Objective: Understand what the results of the sessions of 23 November imply for the further work of the FISO group. Identify possible topics and format of FIA Valencia.

 

Introduction (John Domingue and Stefano de Panfilis)

 

Report back from Cross-theme Sessions from Rapporteurs
Different architectures for different business models (Sergio Gusmeroli) 
eID and routing (Patrick Hayden)  
Orchestration among networks, content, services and things (Nuria De Lama)
FI for enterprise (Stefan Schuster)
Discovery and search (John Domingue)
Deploying on FIRE (Ricardo Jimenez-Peris) 
What does it mean to conduct experimentally driven research? (Klaus Tochtermann)
Smart Cities (Marco Pistore)


General Discussion and FISO Action Plan for FIA Valencia

Real-world Internet

Objective: Understand what the results of the sessions of 23 November imply for the further work of the RWI group. Identify possible topics and format of FIA Valencia.

 

undefinedIntroduction – RWI mission and evolution from Bled to Prague, overview of session 
Summary of the cross-domain topics in the plenary from participating representatives of the cross-topic sessions

 

Discovery and search (Manfred Hauswirth)

Orchestration (Stephan Haller) 
Smart City (Alex Gluhak) 
Business architectures /Enterprise (TBC) 
Identity and Trust (Neeli Prasad)

 

Knowledge cafe based on the core areas of RWI, reflecting on the input from the cross-domain sessions. There will be four tables with the following care takers:

 

Internet of Things/Network of the Future (Alex Gluhak, Mirko Presser)

 

Real World Knowledge (Manfred Hauswirth, Srdjan Krco) 
Service Layer Integration (Stephan Haller – TBC)
Security, Privacy and Trust (Neeli Prasad)

 

undefinedSynthesis of ideas and further approach towards Valencia (Mirko Presser)

 
Steps to align the discussion in the knowledge cafes towards a common strategy for RWI and the way towards Valencia

 

For more information, visit the RWI Wiki  http://rwi.future-internet.eu/index.php/RWISession_Stockholm

Future Content Networks

Objective: Understand what the results of the sessions of 23 November imply for the further work of the FCN group. Identify possible topics and format of FIA Valencia.

 

undefinedRosalia Lloret, TVE, “Broadcasting and the  FI”

undefinedGeorge Pavlou, UCL, “Evolutionary, Innovative and revolutionary approached on Content Centric Network”

undefinedFederico Alvarez, UPM, nextMEDIA CA presentation, Coordination Action on "Future Media Internet”

 

Content Centric Networking panel. Chairman: undefinedNorbert Niebert (Ericsson). Members of the panel: Lieven Vermaele (EBU), undefinedPierre-Yves Danet (FT/Orange) , Börje Ohlman (Ericsson), George Pavlou (UCL)

 

undefinedQuality of Experience panel. Chairman: Vali Lalioti (BBC). Members of the panel: Ian Mecklenburgh (Digital TV Group), Pierre-Yves Danet (FT/Orange), Rosalia Lloret (TVE ), Federico Alvarez (UPM), Hans Einsiedler (DT)