Future Internet Assembly, Ghent 2010
16-17 December 2010, Ghent, Belgium - Presentations & summary reports published
Friday 17 December: FIRE at FIA session X, 10:30 – 12:00
- present the current existing facilities based on successfully executed use cases and experiments
- inform about the plans and mechanisms of the open calls for experiments by the new Integrated Projects (IPs)
- invite the audience to engage in the session by expressing interest for experimentation and providing the requirements that the new (and existing) IPs should fulfil
Session report, please download
|Mr. Anastasius Gavras|
|Mr. Jacques Magen|
Successful experiments overview
|Plans for open calls and offering by:|
|Mr Florian Schreiner|
|Ms Julie Marguerite|
|Mr Andreas Gladisch|
|Ms Ingrid Moerman|
|Ghent University / IBBT|
|Mr Mirko Presser|
Relevance to FIRE
The Future Internet Assembly has been established in April 2008 and is intensively used as a platform for much more than 100 projects funded by the EC framework programme 7, and other research programmes, facilitating open interactions and cross-fertilisation across technical domains in the area of future internet at large. For the FIRE facility project the FIA gathers a critical mass of "customer" research projects, while for the FIRE research projects it is a forum to interact with peer researchers and discussalternative research methodologies, such as experimentally driven research.
The Future Internet Assembly (FIA) in Ghent will feature keynote speaker Ben Verwaayen, CEO Alcatel-Lucent. There will be ample scope for discussion on technical and non-technical issues of the developments of the Future Internet.
The FIA will again convene hundreds of European researchers of the 100+ projects. It will give opportunity to discuss the first steps of the Public Private Partnership on Future Internet.