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[PVS] CFP: 4th GI/ITG KuVS WS on The Future Internet and 2nd WS onEconomic Traffic Management (ETM)

4th GI/ITG KuVS Workshop on The Future Internet and
2nd Workshop on Economic Traffic Management (ETM)


November 9-10, Zurich, Switzerland
hosted by CSG@IFI, University of Zurich


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 

The set of topics of these two combined workshops are focused but not 
limited to:
•       Cloud and grid computing infrastructures
•       SLA and service management
•       Energy efficiency and green ICT
•       Service-oriented networks and infrastructures
•       Content-based routing
•       Routing mediation (pub/sub)
•       Economic traffic management mechanisms
•       Separating of identity and address (locator/ID split)
•       Infrastructure/ Platform as a Service
•       Cross-layer design, cross-layer optimization
•       Predictable QoS and Quality-of-Experience
•       Next generation transport, e.g., carrier grade Ethernet
•       Network management and control plane
•       Sensors networks and applications
•       Distributed control and management approaches
•       Network virtualization and segmentation
•       Future network and services business models
•       Regulatory effects on networks and infrastructure
•       Future mobile network
•       Clean-slate architectures

These two workshops will take place at the University of Zurich (UZH),
CSG@IFI, in Zurich, Switzerland. They are organized jointly by the 
Communication Systems Group CSG of UZH and SAP Research, Zurich, 


Burkhard Stiller (co-chair), University of Zurich, Switzerland
Thomas M. Bohnert (co-chair), SAP Research Zurich, Switzerland


Torsten Braun, Universität Bern, Switzerland
Jörg Eberspächer, TU München, Germany
Georg Carle, TU München, Germany
Olivier Festor, INRIA, France
Markus Fidler, Uni Hannover, Germany
Ben Greene, SAP Research, Ireland
Stephan Haller, SAP Research, Switzerland
Holger Karl, Uni Paderborn, Germany
Wolfgang Kellerer, DOCOMO Euro-Labs, Germany
Burkhard Neidecker-Lutz, SAP Research, Germany
Edmundo Monteiro, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Paul Müller, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany
Aiko Pras, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Jürgen Quittek, NEC Heidelberg, Germany
Helmut Reiser, Leibniz Rechenzentrum München/Garching, Germany
Maria Angeles Callejo Rodriguez, Telefonica, Spain
Spiros Spirou, Intracom, Greece
George Stamoulis, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece
Ralf Steinmetz, TU Darmstadt, Germany
Heiner Stüttgen, NEC Heidelberg, Germany
Phuoc Tran-Gia, Universität Würzburg, Germany
Jörg Widmer, DOCOMO Euro-Labs, Germany
Lars Wolf, TU Braunschweig, Germany
Martina Zitterbart, Universität Karlsruhe, Germany


Submission:   October 1, 2009
Notification: October 19, 2009
Final Abstract Submission and
Registration: October 26, 2009
Workshop:     November 9-10, 2009

Presentations are planned to include a 20 min talk maximum and a 10 min 
discussion. For a submission send an extended abstract about your work 
of 2 pages maximum (complying to the IEEE standard two-column format) to 
the following e-mail address: fi_etm@lists.ifi.uzh.ch.
Note: Presentations can be based on already published material, however, 
new material is highly encouraged. Furthermore, the final abstract 
submission is planned for including all abstracts into a hand-out 
available at the time of these workshops.


CSG@IFI, University of Zurich
Binzmühlestrasse 14
CH-8050 Zurich, Switzerland



Burkhard Stiller, stiller@ifi.uzh.ch
Thomas M. Bohnert, thomas.michael.bohnert@sap.com