The topics "Future Internet" and "Economic Traffic Management" have seen a wide attention of networkers and economists. Triggered by FIND/GENI activities of the NSF both the EU in the 7th Framework as well as the German BMBF in its IT strategy for 2020 have addressed this topic. Although many discussions took place in such a research environment, the application of new ideas into test-beds and possibly industry shows an emerging demand today. These two combined workshops and their topics do cover the areas of technology, infrastructure, economic theory, and operations. Furthermore, methodological and architectural topics range from the incremental improvement of today's Internet to a complete new start (clean slate approach).
The two main goals of the 4th GI/ITG Kommunikation und Verteilte Systeme (KuVS) Workshop on Future Internet and the 2nd Workshop on Economic Traffic Management (supported by the FP6 NoE EMANICS and the FP7 STREP SmoothIT) are to give scientists, researchers, and operators the opportunity to present and discuss their ideas in these areas as well as strengthening the cooperation in the field of an economic-technology interplay
Submission: (October 1, 2009) - EXTENDED to: October 8,
- Notification: October 19, 2009
Final Abstract Submission
and Registration: October 26, 2009
- Workshop: November 9-10, 2009