We would like to thank you for your participation in the 2nd FIA Roadmapping Workshop in Brussels on Monday 25th June. We were very pleased to hear the views of the speakers and to receive papers for inclusion in the next version of the FIA Research Roadmap, which will be provided to the EC’s DG Connect as input when planning Horizon 2020.
The slides of the speakers have now (mostly) been uploaded to the FIA Wiki at http://fisa.future-internet.eu/index.php/Final_Workshop_Programme.
When the next version of the research roadmap has been produced, the contributions we received this time will be published in the appendix, and the whole roadmap (including the appendix) will be made available online at the address http://fisa.future-internet.eu/index.php/FIA_Research_Roadmap.
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS – closed
-Future Internet Assembly Research Roadmap for Horizon 20202nd FIA Research Roadmap Workshop – Looking to the Horizon
Date: 25 June 2012Venue: European Commission, Avenue de Beaulieu 25, Room 1
The Future Internet Assembly Working Group on Research Roadmapping isorganising a workshop to review and extend the current FIA Research Roadmapas a core input to the next EU Framework Programme (“Horizon 2020″). Theworkshop will be an opportunity to present new major research themes thataddressing the Future Internet and to comment on those described in thecurrent roadmap document. The workshop will comprise a mix of shortpresentations and interactive debate, building the results of the firstworkshop held in 2011. The current version of the roadmap has been releasedto the public domain and is available for download at:
The content of the research roadmap has been contributed from the FIAResearch Roadmap Working group and by members of the FIA community, editedby Markus Fiedler [Blekinge Institute of Technology], Anastasius Gavras[EURECOM], Nick Papanikolaou [HP Labs], Hans Schaffers [ESoCE-Net], and NickWainwright [HP Labs]. We are soliciting additional contributions and comments on the content ofthe roadmap, with the aim of describing a clear vision and understanding oftechnology changes, challenges and solutions for the Future Internet. Theroadmap is expected to help policymakers shape research and fundingpriorities 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 identifyingresearch topics that are missing from the roadmap, which members of thecommunity feel are important (Problem Area Papers, maximum 3 papersincluding references). For papers presenting topics that are missing fromthe roadmap, authors should make sure to include 3-5 bibliographicalreferences to the literature.
Authors can submit more than one Problem Areapaper, and all are encouraged to submit both a Note/Commentary and a ProblemArea 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 FIAResearch Roadmap and authors of contributions will be acknowledgedexplicitly in the final report, to be made available on the FIA ResearchRoadmap Portal.
Papers will be selected by the FIA Research RoadmappingWorking Group for presentation at the workshop.
Paper template – LNCS Proceedings Word 2007/2010 Template available fromhttp://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0 (Download the file splnproc1110.zip, enable macros to achieve consistentformatting)
SUBMISSION DEADLINE : 15 June 2012 12:00PM GMT (strict deadline) (for bothNotes/Commentaries (2 pages) and Problem Area Papers (3 pages))