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Future Internet Assembly Stockholm, conference report

The Future Internet Assembly (FIA), held in Stockholm from 23rd – 24th November 2009, brought together around 400 participants from Europe’s Future Internet (FI) community to discuss progress on Future Internet research and to advance the technical debate. This was the fourth FIA, continuing a process begun in Bled, Slovenia in March 2008.

undefinedThe report is available.

Plenary Opening Session

Plenary Opening Session

 

Welcome messages, Prof. Gunnar Landgren, Vice Rector of KTH and Leif Zetterberg, State Secretary to the Minister for Communications 

 

undefinedEuropean Perspectives on the Future Internet, Mario Campolargo, Director, EC

undefinedIndustry preparations for a FI PPP, David Kennedy on behalf of the "European Future Internet Initiative"

undefinedSocio-economic views on the Future Internet, Chair Burkhard Stiller (Un. Zurich) 

"undefinedServing the Incentives of Users and Providers", George Stamoulis, AUEB, Greece 

"undefinedContrasting the Technology-centric Perspective by Alternative Perspectives from End-users' Views", Peter Ljungstrand, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

 

Best Poster Award - FIA 2009 Stockholm

The undefinedbest poster award for the most voted poster presentation entitled "Self-Improving Personal Smart Spaces for Pervasive Service Provision" presented in the context of the FIA Conference held on 23-24 November 2009 in Stockholm, Sweden was confered to Ioanna Roussaki, Nikos Kalatzis, Kevin Doolin, Nick Taylor, Guido Spadotto, Nicolas Liampotis and Howard Williams.

 

 

Rank  Votes  Authors, Title

1st (42) Ioanna Roussaki, Nikos Kalatzis, Kevin Doolin, Nick Taylor, Guido Spadotto, Nicolas Liampotis and Howard Williams, "Self-Improving Personal Smart Spaces for Pervasive Service Provision"

2nd (41) Naeem Ramzan, Ebroul Izquierdo, "Scalable Video Coding: Source for Future Media Internet"

3rd (26) Dmitrij Lagutin, Kari Visala and Sasu Tarkoma, "Publish/Subscribe for Internet: PSIRP Perspective"

3rd (26) Xavier Titi and Jean-Marc Seigneur, "Boosting Trustworthy Hotspots Rating with Implicit Hotspot QoS Evidence"

3rd (26) Katarina Stanoevska, Thomas Wozniak, Christian Mannweiler, Isabella Hoffend, Hans Schotten and Boris Moltchanov, "Business Models For Context-Aware Mobile Services"