Future Internet Assembly
Research Roadmap for Horizon 2020
2nd FIA ROADMAPPING OPEN WORKSHOP
Looking to the Horizon
Date: 25th June, 10.00am to 4.00pm
Location: European Commission, Beaulieu 25, room 0/S1, Brussels
Directions: see link http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/information_society/practical/find_us/index_en.htm
(note: please ensure you bring identification with you to access the event location)
The Future Internet Assembly Working Group on Research Roadmapping is organising a workshop to review and extend the current FIA Research Roadmap as a core input to the next EU Framework Programme (“Horizon 2020”). The workshop will be an opportunity to present new major research themes that addressing the Future Internet and to comment on those described in the current roadmap document. The workshop will comprise a mix of short presentations and interactive debate, building the results of the first workshop held in 2011. The current version of the roadmap has been released to the public domain and is available for download at:
The content of the research roadmap has been contributed from the FIA Research Roadmap Working group and by members of the FIA community, edited byMarkus Fiedler [Blekinge Institute of Technology], Anastasius Gavras [EURESCOM], Nick Papanikolaou [HP Labs], Hans Schaffers [ESoCE-Net], and Nick Wainwright [HP Labs].
We are soliciting additional contributions and comments on the content of the roadmap, with the aim ofdescribing a clear vision and understanding of technology changes, challenges and solutions for the Future Internet. The roadmap is expected to help policymakers shape research and funding priorities for Future Internet research.
In particular, we invite short papers reviewing the content of the roadmap (Notes or Commentaries, maximum 2 pages) and short papers identifying research topics that are missing from the roadmap, which members of the community feel are important (Problem Area Papers, maximum 3 papers including references). For papers presenting topics that are missing from the roadmap, authors should make sure to include 3-5 bibliographical references to the literature. Authors can submit more than one Problem Area paper, and all are encouraged to submit both a Note/Commentary and a Problem Area Paper. All papers should be formatted using the LNCS Word Template (link below).
The proceedings of the workshop will be published as part of the FIA Research Roadmap and authors of contributions will be acknowledged explicitly in the final report, to be made available on the FIA Research Roadmap Portal. Papers will be selected by the FIA Research Roadmapping Working Group for presentation at the workshop.
Paper template – LNCS Proceedings Word 2007/2010 Template available from http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0
(Download the file splnproc1110.zip, enable macros to achieve consistent formatting)
SUBMISSION DEADLINE : 15 June 2012 12:00PM GMT (strict deadline) (for both Notes/Commentaries (2 pages) and Problem Area Papers (3 pages))
SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Authors are to email their papers in DOCX or PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline.
We look forward to receiving your contributions, and meeting you at the workshop!!
Nick Wainwright and Nick Papanikolaou
HP Labs Europe
When & Where
FIA Research Roadmapping
FIA Research Roadmapping activity lead by Effectsplus http://www.effectsplus.eu/