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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

Session objectives:
- 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

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Mr. Anastasius Gavras

Opening, welcome
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Eurescom
Mr. Jacques Magen

Successful experiments overview
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Interinnov
Plans for open calls and offering by:
Mr Florian Schreiner

BonFIRE
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Fraunhofer FOKUS
Ms Julie Marguerite

TEFIS
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Thales
Mr Andreas Gladisch

OFELIA
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Deutsche Telekom
Ms Ingrid Moerman

CREW
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Ghent University / IBBT
Mr Mirko Presser

SmartSantander
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Alexandra Institute
Open discussion

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.

Description

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.

 

12.01.2011