The paper entitled "ABTC: Multi-purpose Adaptable Business Tier Components Based on Call Level Interfaces" was published in IJCIS.
(Óscar Mortágua Pereira)
Today Daniel Corujo gave a talk entitled "Looking Forward with Information Centric Networking" for the course "Content Delivery Networks", from the Master in Telematics Engineering, at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, in Leganés. The talk was co-located with the periodic IMDEA Networks - NETCOM research seminars, complementing the audience with other PhD students (from IMDEA and UC3M) and senior researchers from both organizations.
ATNoG provided a decisive contribution to the standardisation of Future Internet research, with Daniel Corujo being an author of the first ever RFC from the IRTF's Information Centric Networking Research Group (ICNRG). RFC 7476 , entitled "Information-Centric Networking: Baseline Scenarios" illustrates the core deployment scenarios of Information Centric Networking mechanisms, providing the basis of the Internet of Tomorrow.
Today, the 20th Seminar of the Rede Temática de Comunicações Móveis (RTCM) was held in IT Aveiro. Researchers, both from academia and industry, gathered to showcase their work in different areas such as the Internet of Things, Wireless Power Transmission, Vehicular Networks, Underwater and Underground Communications, and others.
ATNoG, besides being part of the organising committee, presented its latest work on Information Centric Networking integration with the Internet of Things, presented by José Quevedo.
More information on the program here: http://rtcm.inescporto.pt/index.php?id=595&tx_jmgallery_pi1[albumUid]=4
Our team (Igor Cardoso, Vitor Cunha, Rui Aguiar and João Paulo Barraca) is demonstrating the work related to NFV and SDN applied to the construction of a Virtual CPE in a OpenStack/OpenDayLight environment. After a lot of hard work, the demo is working perfectly and shows the potential of this technology for telco providers.
Congratulations to all members for this important milestone.
Daniel Corujo was awarded a 2014 'Outstanding Young Researcher' award by the IEEE ComSoc EMEA Region Committee.
These awards recognize " (...) ComSoc members in EMEA region for their research activities in the Field of Interest of ComSoc (...)."
In this specific case, they also manifest the quality and growing potential of all the research activities being done in the Instituto de Telecomunicações, the Universidade de Aveiro and Portuguese research as a whole.
But most importantly, they are also the result of all the team effort from our ATNoG research group, and, as such, this award is also to all of them!
ATNoG sees a new publication at Elsevier Computer Networks.
This article contributes to revealing the performance and impact by distributed and dynamic mobility routing strategy, which is based on a new architecture trend for future mobility management. Comprehensive evaluation was given, comparing several standardized mobility protocols based on the traditional architecture trend with consideration for all the optimization techniques embedded in the target protocols.
More information can be found at http://atnog.av.it.pt/content/ddmm