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Department of Informatics - Communication Systems Group

 
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Recent News

Mai 19: Cancelled: Talk on "Digital Forensics" here.

Mai 10: Blockchains for Cold Chains. More info here.

April 1: Debate on Closed Circuit TV Surveillance. More info here.

March 17: Coinblesk at CeBIT. More info here.

February 22: New book chapter accepted at WoT book by Elsevier. More info here.

February 1: FLAMINGO's YouTube Teaser on "What is P2P?" Reached Just Over 25 k Views! more.

January 29: KuVS 2015 Award for the Best Bachelor Thesis of Raphael Voellmy. more.

January 18: Camera ready copy of IFIP/IEEE NOMS 2016 paper submittet. more.

January 14: UZH is proud to present Coinblesk at CeBIT 2016. More info here.

October 29: New book chapter accepted at Internet-of-Things book by Elsevier. More info here.

October 28: Best Demo Award at IEEE LCN 2015. More info here.

October 14: Paper on the Tussle Analysis accepted at CSCN'15. More info here.

September 02: CSG Research Retreat 2015. More info here.

August 18: CSG at Scientifica 2015 with CoinBlesk. More info here.

June 25: AIMS 2015 best paper award. More info here.

April 21: Short paper acceptance at CLOUD 2015. More info here.

April 16: Tiny Devices Tutorial presented at ITU. More info here.

April 14: Regular paper acceptance at ICCCN 2015. More info here.

April 14: Regular paper acceptance at QoMEX 2015. More info here.

April 14: Article Deploying an NFC-based Inventory System: A Case Study published in ERCIM News No. 101. More info here.

March 23: Demo presented at NetSys 2015. More info here.

March 12: Regular paper acceptance at CLOSER 2015. More info here.

March 12: Full paper acceptance at IFIP AIMS 2015. More info here.

March 09: Full paper acceptance at IFIP Networking 2015. More info here.

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Welcome!

The Communication Systems Research Group CSG at the Computer Science Department (Institut für Informatik, IFI) of the University of Zurich, UZH, Switzerland was founded in September 2004.

CSG's key mission is to establish excellent research in communications, addressing communication mechanisms for charging, accounting, mobility, security, while considering Telecommunication economics, network management, and highly-decentralized systems as major pillars of today's communications in the Internet. Secondly, the CSG is committed to provide a full and up-to-date teaching curriculum on networks and communications for undergraduate and graduate students, partly in conjunction with other groups at IFI.

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The research group includes about a dozen people (Ph.D. Students, Senior Researchers, and PostDocs) and works in a number of highly relevant communication research areas, such as charging and accounting for services and applications, cloud supporting services, economic network management, underlay-to-overlay cooperation, peer-to-peer systems, and monitoring.

CSG at CeBIT 2016

UZH is proud to present Coinblesk at CeBIT 2016, an app developed at CSG@IfI enabling a safe and fast mobile payment method that works using NFC contactless technology – no swiping, signing, or PIN necessary. Coinblesk users can make Bitcoin payments within seconds using their Android smartphones, and visitors at CeBIT can experience how easy it is to carry out Bitcoin transactions, whether from person-to-person or between buyer and seller.

For your visit at CeBIT 2016 in Hannover, Germany, March 14-18, 2016, please consider to stop by in Hall 6 at Booth B30-307 labelled "University of Zurich", which is part of the Swiss Pavilion of CeBIT's 2016 Partner Country Switzerland.

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General Information

Head of Group: Prof. Dr. Burkhard Stiller Phone: +41 44 635 6710
Secretary: Barbara Jost
Phone: +41 44 635 4549
Fax: +41 44 635 6809

Postal Address

University of Zurich
Department of Informatics (IFI), CSG BIN
Binzmühlestrasse 14
CH-8050 Zürich
Switzerland

Visitors

If you plan to visit us, please check out the local travel information.


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