Exposing the Features in IP version Six protocols that can be
exploited/extended for the purposes of designing/building autonomic Networks and Services

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Dissemination Workshop




The EFIPSANS project  aims at exposing the features in IPv6 protocols that can be exploited or extended for the purposes of designing or building autonomic networks and services. What this means is, a study of the emerging research areas that target desirable user behaviours, terminal behaviours, service mobility, e-mobility, context-aware communications, self-ware, autonomic communication /computing/ networking will be carried out, and out of these areas desirable autonomic(self-*) behaviours in diverse environments e.g. end systems, access networks, wireless versus fixed network environments will be captured and specified.



EFIPSANS workshop - Agenda

Published 28.10.2010 

Please find the final agenda of the EFIPSANS workshop in Athens on November 15th here.

 EFIPSANS workshop 

Published 13.10.2010 

On November 15th 2010, EFIPSANS is organising a workshop on the Benefits and Deployment of Autonomics & Self-Management Technologies based on IPv6, and Methodologies Network Operators and Service Providers.

The event aims to bring together network technology seniors, developers and experts, coming from vendors, operators and ISPs for exchanging knowledge on the possible ways and compatible means to deploy and utilize advanced IPv6-based autonomic mechanisms and Self-Management methodologies coming from EFIPSANS project in existing networking and service delivery systems. More information can be found on the workshop website .

Workshop on Autonomic Networking and Self - Management

Published 02.06.2010 

In conjuction with the 5th Internation ICTS Conference on Access Networks in Budapest, Hungary, Efipsans is organizing a workshop on Automatic Networking and Self-Management in the Access Networks. The workshop provides a forum to researchers to propose theories and technologies of autonomic networking and self-management, to share their experience and to discuss future solutions in access networks. 

Important dates:

  • Paper submission June 15, 2010 ,
  • Decision notification due: July 15, 2010 ,
  • Camera-ready and registration due: September 5, 2010 ,
  • Workshop date: 3-5 November 2010.  

EFIPSANS public deliverables for download

Published 26.05.2010 

As a part of its dissemination activity EFIPSANS is making one more project deliverables available for public download. The  Report on the GANA threat and Trust models is available here.

EFIPSANS co-organizing IEEE MENS 2010 workshop

Published 01.03.2010 

In conjunction with the 2010 IEEE GLOBECOM conference, EFIPSANS is co-organizing 'The 2nd IEEE International Workshop on Management of Emerging Networks and Services (MENS 2010). The workshop will take place on 10 December in Miami, Florida, USA and aims to provide a forum to researchers to propose theories and technologies on the management of emerging networks and services. Paper submission is due July 2, 2010 and we encourage you to submit your visions. More information can be found on the MENS 2010 website.

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Another public report available from EFIPSANS

Published 03.02.2010 

The EFIPSANS project consortium has made another of its internal reports publically available. This report, on standardisation activities, includes information on the ETSI Industry Specification Group 'Autonomic network engineering for the self-managing Future Internet (AFI)'.

Further details are available here. 

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