University College London and the University of Cambridge participated to the 2nd International Workshop on Future Internet Architecture for Developing Regions (FI4D), organized in Las Vegas last January 8th, 2017.

Ioannis Psaras  (UCL) gave the keynote speech on "The benefits of Information-Centricity for Local Community Networks and Disaster Management". Adisorn Lertsinsrubtavee (UCAM) attended as co-charis of the event.

Final report can be downloaded in the download section.

University of Cambridge (UCAM) has attended ACM SIGCOM AINTEC, held in Bangkok, Thailand, last 30 November - 2 December 2016.

Adisorn Lertsinsrubtavee gave a presentation on "Implementation and Evaluation of an Information Centric–based Smart Lighting Controller ".

University College London has been involved in the organization of the Workshop on Information-Centric Fog Computing, that will be held June 12-16 in Stockholm, during IFIP Networking 2017 Conference.

The paper "Keyword-Based Mobile Application Sharingpresented in ACM MobiArch 2016 (New York) and has won the best paper award.

The authors are Ioannis Psaras, Sergi Rene, Kostantinos V. Katsaros, Nikolaos Bezirgiannidis, Vasilis Sourlas, Sotiris Diamantopoulos, Ioannis Komnios, Vassilis Tsaoussidis, George Pavlou.

They introduce a new mobile computing paradigm to alleviate some of the network stress that mobile applications are putting into the network. According to this paradigm, users can share the applications that they have on their mobile devices with nearby users that want access to processed information, which their own applications cannot provide.

Best Paper Award for "Opportunistic Off-Path Content Discovery in Information-Centric Networks" of Onur Ascigil, Vasilis Sourlas, Ioannis Psaras and George Pavlou at IEEE LANMAN 2016 in Rome, Italy.

Recent research in Information-Centric Networks has considered various approaches for discovering content in the cache-enabled nodes of the network. They consider an opportunistic approach that uses trails left behind by data packets from the content origin to the sources in order to discover off-path cached content.


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