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Posted by dcorujo
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Daniel Corujo is representing ATNoG at the European Workshop in Software Defined Networks (EWSDN 2015, presenting our group's paper entitled "Multiple Flow in Extended SDN Wireless Mobility", co-authored with Flavio Meneses, Carlos Guimaraes and Rui Aguiar.

This year's edition of the venue is held at the Bizkaia Aretoa in Bilbao, Spain, until the 2nd of October, showcasing cutting edge research on software defined networks in Europe.

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Wed, 30/09/2015
Posted by dgomes
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The 80th Tech Days was devoted to the "Digital Economy".
Diogo Gomes made a presentation on EU's Digital Europe Agenda and challenges. 

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Wed, 30/09/2015
Posted by dgomes
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ATNoG was represented at http://www.techdays.pt by projects TVPulse and SCoT

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Sat, 19/09/2015
Posted by dcorujo
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Today, a new version of the ICN Research Challenges was released by members of the Information Centric Networking Research Group (ICNRG) of the Internet Research Task Force.

The document addresses different technical areas where Information Centric Networks can contribute and even reshape how we see them today.

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Wed, 02/09/2015
Posted by jzarrin
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The ATNoG's paper "Dynamic, Scalable and Flexible Resource Discovery for Large-Dimension Many-Core Systems",  authored by Javad Zarrin, Rui Aguiar and João Paulo Barraca has been published in the Journal of Future Generation Computer Systems, Elsevier and its final version is now available online.

The free access link to the article (valid until September 30, 2015): http://authors.elsevier.com/a/1RWTB,3q5xBuKQ

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Wed, 26/08/2015
Posted by dcorujo
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Jose Quevedo, Daniel Corujo and Rui Aguiar have collaborated with colleagues from the University Mediterranea of Reggio Calabria (Italy) and the University of Western Macedonia (Greece) in a paper accepted for the IEEE Network Magazine, entitled "Information-Centric Networking for the Internet of Things: Challenges and Opportunities".

This paper highlights a series of contributions and capabilities that the application of name-based mechanisms, from the Information-Centric Networking (ICN) paradigm, can provide towards multiple Internet of Things (IoT) scenarios. This work reflects the experiences and contributions of ATNoG in the integration of ICN and IoT, which are a core subject of Jose Quevedo's PhD thesis and have resulted in multiple publications, as well as standardisation contributions to the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF) Information Centric Networking Research Group (ICNRG), evidencing the internationalisation of the research team.

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Mon, 17/08/2015
Posted by dcorujo
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"Multiple Flow in Extended SDN Wireless Mobility" is a paper, authored by Flavio Meneses, Daniel Corujo, Carlos Guimaraes and Rui Aguiar, accepted at the European Workshop on Software Defined Networking, to be held in Bilbao (Spain) this September.
This work, which was the core subject of Flavio Meneses' Master Thesis, composes the first ever experimental work on heterogeneous wireless SDN mobility management with OpenFlow signalling reaching the end nodes. The work evidenced core aspects that need to be further researched towards a concrete commercial deployment of this solution, while showcasing the feasibility of using SDN signalling for supporting optimised heterogeneous link connectivity in wireless environments.

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Mon, 17/08/2015
Posted by dcorujo
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IEEE Extends Standard to Enable Multicast Group Management for Media Independent Handover Services. This would encourage people who are considering 802.21d as a component to realize secure group communication. 
ATNoG was an active contributor for this standard, with participating authorship by Daniel Corujo and Carlos Guimarães. Also, one of the first ever publications showcasing and proving the concept behind 802.21d was also done by ATNoG, found here. .

See more at: http://standards.ieee.org/news/2015/ieee_802.21d.html#sthash.Xlfal0YQ.dpuf

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Fri, 31/07/2015
Posted by dcorujo
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Today, Flávio Meneses successfully defended his Master Thesis entitled "Future network challenges". In his work, he deployed Software Defined Network (SDN) mechanisms in mobile nodes, coupling them with network-controlled/assisted flow mobility management capabilities, using the OpenFlow protocol.
SDN, with its ability to decouple the control and the data planes, has thus been applied into wireless environments, with the conceived framework able to be deployed in heterogeneous scenarios.
We all congratulate Flávio for is excellent work, and wish him the best for his future endeavours.

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Fri, 17/07/2015
Posted by omp
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David Simões defended his Master Thesis today (Endowing NoSQL DBMS with SQL Features Through Call Level Interfaces ). We all wish you the very best for your future. Congratulations David.
(Óscar Mortágua Pereira)

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Wed, 15/07/2015