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5th Concertation Meeting of IST-FP6 Communication and Network Technologies projects and associated clusters

Brussels, 22-23/09/2005

Plenary Meeting presentations are now AVAILABLE

Overview of meetings

22 September: Plenary & Mobile and Wireless TPC meeting

Venue : Albert Borschette - rue Froissart 36 - Brussels Room 0D

23 September: Parallel Cluster Meetings and Workshops

Venue : Av. de Beaulieu (BU 24, 29, 33) - Brussels

Concertation Plenary

22 September, Brussels
Venue: Albert Borschette - rue Froissart 36 - Brussels Room 0D
Start: 22/9/05 - at 10:00
End: 22/9/05 - at 16:00
Draft Agenda

Mobile and Wireless TPC (Technical Programme Committee) meeting

22 September, Brussels
Venue: Albert Borschette - rue Froissart 36 - Brussels Room 0D
Start: 22/9/05 - at 16:00
End: 22/9/05 - at 18:00
Agenda
  • Summit Logistics and preparation timetable
  • CFP and Summit website status www.mobilesummit2006.org
  • TPC membership and reviewers
  • Keynote speakers: initial discussion
  • Plenary sessions topics
  • AOB

Presentation by Sofoklis A. Kyriazakos ( PDF , 663KB)

Workshop on Standardization in the Satellite field
(With the assistance from supporting projects MoSSA - COPRAS)

23 September, Brussels
Venue: Av. de Beaulieu 33, room 0/54 - Brussels
Start: 23/9/05 - at 9:30
End: 23/9/05 - at 16:00
Draft Agenda
  • Opening and Introduction
    • European Commission. Head of Unit D1, Mr. Augusto de Albuquerque
    • European Space Agency. Riccardo de Gaudenzi. Head of Division
    • TF ASMS Vice-Chairman. Ioannis Metzannis (Space Hellas)
    • ESOA. Aarti Holla-Maini
    • GVF. David Hartshorn, Martin Jarrold
    • SAP-REG. Kumar Singarajah
  • Presentation of the Standardization report from MoSSA. Julián Seseña (ROSE)
  • The future European space programme: which standardisation approach
    • European commission. Mr. Luc Tytgat, Head Unit. Directorate H Aerospace, Security, Defence and Equipment
    • ETSI TC SES. Jean Jacques Bloch
    • ETSI TC SES/BSM, Kenneth Toney (SES ASTRA)
    • ETSI TC SES/S-UMTS, Michel Cohen (ALCATEL)
    • ITU WP 6S. Cristoph Dosch (IRT)
    • DVB-S2, Dr. Alberto Morello (RAI)
    • DVB-RCS, Mr. Jens Krause (SES-ASTRA)
  • Presentation on the emerging Integral Satellite Communications Initiative Technology Platform. Prof. Dr. Giovanni E. Corazza (UoB). Standardization within the ISI (Giovanni Corazza, UoB).
  • 13:00-14:00 Lunch
  • Cooperation in the standardization field. The COPRAS project. Bart Brusse
  • Standardization activities in the satellite field within FP6 and ESA projects and other international initiatives:
    • ESA activities in the standardization field. Riccardo de Gaudenzi
    • Maestro. Nicolas Chuberre (ALCATEL)
    • Satnex. Gorry Fairhurst (University of Aberdeen)
    • Satlife. Juan Ramón López (HISPASAT)
    • Mowgly. Paul Vincent (ALCATEL)
    • Twister. Greet Verelst (ASTRIUM)*
    • Sailor. Arnoldo Giralda (TELESPAZIO)
    • Active network technology in Satellite Field. Peter Kirstein. University College London
    • S-DMB and 3GPP. Beatrice Martin (ALCATEL ALENIA SPACE)
    • ...
  • Standardization roadmap in the satellite field. Wrap-up and Conclusions (Jean-Jacques Bloch, Chairman TC SES)
  • AOB

* Pending confirmation the agenda item and/or the speaker

B3G-SA and Security Clusters Joint Workshop

23 September, Brussels
Venue: Av. de Beaulieu 24, room 0/84 - Brussels
Start: 23/9/05 - at 9:00
End: 23/9/05 - at 17:00
Draft Agenda
  • 09:00 Session 1 - B3G 'requirements' (3*30mins)
  • 10:30 Coffee
  • 11:00 Session 2 - B3G cont'd (2*30mins)
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 13:30 Session 3 - Security solutions (2*30mins)
  • 15:00 Coffee
  • 15:30 Session 4 - Security solutions (3*30mins)
  • 16:30 Conclusions
    • Overview of 'requirements
    • Overview of 'solutions
    • Where next?
  • 17:00 close

BB For All Cluster: Workshop "Techno-Economic feasibility of Broadband for All"

23 September, Brussels
Venue: Av. de Beaulieu 33, room 0/58 - Brussels
Start: 23/9/05 - at 10:00
End: 23/9/05 - at 16:15
Draft Agenda
  • 10:00 Socio-economics of Broadband: BREAD overview (BREAD, Martin Ulbrich)
    Contact: (email removed)
  • 10:25 Techno-economic methodology for the core network (NOBEL and ePhoton/ONE, Jan Derkacz - AGH, Jan, Giovanni Ippolito - API, and Jesus Lobo - Telefonica)
    Contact: (email removed)
  • 10:50 Value analysis methodology in the framework of BReATH project (BreaTH, Ioannis Tomkos)
    Contact: (email removed)
  • 11:15 Break
  • 11:30 Business Games, a methodology to understand the BB Access value chain (MUSE, Thomas Kallstenius - Ericsson)
    Contact: (email removed)
  • 11:55 Business opportunities for hybrid/wireless broadband (BROADWAN, Roland Montagne - IDATE)
    Contact: (email removed)
  • 12:20 Lunch break
  • 13:20 Investment analysis/business case studies of WiMAX and HF-BFWA: alternative or complimentary solutions (BROADWAN, Nils Elnegaard - Telenor)
    Contact: (email removed)
  • 13:45 Techno-economic analysis of BB Access (MUSE, Thomas Monath - T-Systems)
    Contact: (email removed)
  • 14:10 Business case for power line access (OPERA, Luis Legorburu and Alicia Diaz-Chirón - Iberinco)
    Contact: (email removed) , (email removed)
  • 14:35 Break
  • 14:50 Potential new business for the core and metro networks (NOBEL, Angel Ferreiro - Telefonica)
    (email removed)
  • 15:15 Evaluation of optical packet/burst switching - a technical and techno-economic comparison with competing technologies (ePhotonOne, Evi Zouganeli - Telenor)
    Contact: (email removed)
  • 15:40 Building Market indicators based on Peering-Transit Algorithms for the European Internet Exchange Points, (CoCombine, Emanuele Giovannetti)
    Contact: (email removed)
  • 16:05 Closing discussion (All)
  • 16:15 End of the workshop

Broadband Air Interfaces Cluster

23 September, Brussels
Venue: Av. de Beaulieu 29, room 0/08 - Brussels
Start: 23/9/05 - at 9:00
End: 23/9/05 - at 13:00 (TBC)
Draft Agenda
  • 9:15 " WINDECT: Professional Quality Voice Over WLAN"
    Dr. Marjan Spegel (J.Stefan University, Ljubljana, Slovenia), Prof. dr. Barry Cheetham (Victoria University of Manchester, UK)
  • 9:45 MAGNET : "Combined PHY/MAC Modelling of the MAGNET HDR Air Interface". Karsten Schoo (Nokia)
  • 10:15 WINNER (2 presentations) by Adam Pollard (Vodafone)
    • Channel modelling in WINNE
    • WINNER System Concept current status
  • 10:45 Coffee break
  • 11:00-13:00 UWB session : 4 presentations from PULSERS
    • Begoña Molinete Cuezva: PULSERS - UWB System Scenarios
    • Arnaud TONNERRE: PULSERS - Single Antenna System Architectures
    • Gwillerm Froc: PULSERS - Medium Access Control Design
    • Giuseppe Abreu: PULSERS Low Data Rate & Location Tracking Physical Layer Architectures

Broadcast and Multicast Cluster

23 September, Brussels
Venue: Av. de Beaulieu 24, room 0/70 - Brussels
Start: 23/9/05 - at 14:00
End: 23/9/05 - at 16:30
Agenda
  • Presentations (tentative)
    • H Loktu, BROADWAN, "Multicast and scalable networks"
    • M Dinis, B-BONE, "Multicast results in B-BONE", (I suggest also to deal with White paper on "Quality of Service")
    • Ch Mantakas, ATHENA, White paper "Digital switchover" outline and initial ideas
    • I Miloucheva: White papers "Multicast routing in broadband networks" and "Future on-demand" services, outline and initial ideas
    • W Brauneis, BROADWAN: White papers "Reliable multicast transmission and scalability" and "Secure multicast and digital rights management", outline and initial ideas
  • List of white paper proposed editors
    Outline ideas and initial thoughts.
    Agree timetables.
    Note that the white papers are meant to be
    The list of research items with proposed white paper editors are given below:
    • Multicast routing in broadband networks - DAIDALOS: I Miloucheva
    • Quality of service - Proposal: B-BONE: M Dinis
    • Reliable multicast transmission and scalability - BROADWAN: H Linder, W Brauneis
    • Secure multicast and digital rights management - BROADWAN: H Linder, W Brauneis
    • Future on-demand services - DAIDALOS: I Miloucheva
    • Local storage and local caching
    • Fair share of revenue using multicast
    • Spectrum efficiency including RRM - CAPANINA: D Grace
    • End-user requirements
    • Digital switchover - ATHENA: Ch Mantakas, E Pallis
  • Future plans
  • AoB

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