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This page contains the agenda for the FISO Session at the FIA Prague Conference, May 2009 - http://www.fi-prague.eu/

The programme and presentations for the FIA Prague Conference can also be viewed on the European Future Internet Portal - http://www.future-internet.eu/home/future-internet-assembly/prague-may-2009.html

For the FISO session in Prague Affiliated Projects have been invited to make statements on how developments within a particular project relate to the draft Future Internet Functional Requirements. These statements express how an Affiliated Project could provide a solution path to a functional requirement. Links to these project statements are provided in parentheses next to each relevant functional requirement.

Projects currently included are: COIN, FAST, PERSIST, SERVICE WEB 3.0, SOA4ALL, and SLA@SOI

Contents

[edit] FIA Prague FISO Session Slides

All slides below are in PDF format.

[edit] Plenary

[edit] Panel Discussions

  1. Introduction - Stefano de Panfilis, John Domingue, EC Contact: Anne-Marie Sassen
  2. Opening FIRE to Services - Josep Martrat
  3. Panel One: Challenges for the Future Internet
    1. Introduction - John Domingue
    2. Challenges for empowering users in the Future Internet - Juanjo Hierro
    3. PERSIST - Patrick Hayden
    4. SLA@SOI:Addressing Functional Requirements of the Future Internet - Joe Butler
    5. Service Web 3.0 - Elena Simperl
    6. The COIN Integrated Project in the Future Internet Services Offer - Sergio Gusmeroli
    7. SHAPE: Challenges for developing semantically enhanced service platforms - Arne J. Berre
    8. A SOA4All view - Nuria de Lama
    9. NEXOF-RA:Challenges in developing a scalable interoperable architecture for the Future Internet - Stefano De Panfilis
    10. GridTrust - Philippe Massonet
  4. Panel Two: Internet-scaled System of Systems
    1. A proposal on...How should Internet Scale Systems of Systems research challenges be addressed - Jon Mikel Rubina
    2. Service Engineering Challenges on Internet Scale Systems of Systems: An S-Cube Perspective - Andreas Metzger
    3. From MDE in Modelplex (FP6 IP) to MDE in COMPAS (FP7 Strep): Thales D3S/ThereSIS - Pascal Bisson
  5. Panel Three: Future Internet Architectures
    1. Introduction - Frederic Gittler
    2. Management and Service-aware Architectures for Future Internet - Alex Galis
    3. NEXOF_RA - Stefano De Panfilis
    4. Future Content Networks Architecture - Petros Daras
    5. Internet of Things: An Integral Part of the Future Internet - Stephan Haller
    6. Trusted Architectures/Trust Architectures for the Future Internet Service Offering - Volkmar Lotz
    7. Scalable Internet/Scalable Storage - Seif Haridi
    8. The Potential of Semantics Applied to the Future Internet - Dieter Fensel

[edit] FIA Prague: Overall Agenda

[edit] FISO Session Agenda

8.15 – 8.30 Introduction to the FISO session: Stefano de Panfilis and John Domingue (FISO caretakers) [slides]

8.30 – 8.40 Opening FIRE facilities to “Service Research” Josep Martrat (FIRE) [slides (pdf)]

  This presentation will discuss the opportunities for “services community” working on FI to contribute and make use of future
  FIRE facilities.

8.40 – 10.00 Panel 1: Challenges for the Future Internet Panel: Moderator John Domingue (FISO caretaker) [slides (pdf)]

  This panel will discuss the challenges and functionalities as provided by the Future Internet Taskforce. Each participating 
  project is asked to comment on the current functionalities and to outline the research challenges which have emerged in their 
  own project.
  
  The functionalities and some project comments are available on 
  http://services.future-internet.eu/index.php/FIA_Prague#Future_Internet_Functional_Requirements
  
  The challenges will be fed back to the Future Internet Taskforce, who will consolidate them and use it for the development of 
  the next workprogramme.
  
  Each panelist will provide an introduction of 5 minutes and the remaining 35 minutes forming discussion with the audience on
  the research challenges.
  
  Speakers
  * Juanjo Hierro (FAST and the SFE Open Alliance) – Challenges for empowering users in the Future Internet
  * Patrick Hayden (PERSIST) – Challenges for providing Personal Smart Spaces within the Future Internet
  * Joe Butler (SLA@SOI)– Challenges for doing trusted business in the Future Internet 
  * Barry Norton (Service Web 3.0)– Research challenges for a web of services 
  * Sergio Gusmeroli (COIN): Challenges for enterprise collaboration through service delivery platforms
  * Arne Berre (SHAPE): Challenges for developing semantically enhanced service platforms
  * Nuria De-Lama Sanchez (SOA4All): Facilitating an internet of services for all
  * Stefano de Panfilis (NEXOF-RA)  Challenges in developing a scalable interoperable architecture for the Future Internet
  * Philipe Massonet (GridTrust) Challenges in developing a trustworthy Future Internet

10.00 – 10.45 Internet Scale Systems of Systems Panel: Moderator Jon Mikel Rubina (COMPASS)

  Internet scale systems of systems is a paradigm that describes systems which are assembled out of many autonomous systems that
  collaborate by means of the Internet in order to obtain a goal within a changing and unpredictable context as defined in the 
  position paper http://www.esi.es/issos/index.php/ISSoS_Position_paper_%28First_draft%29.
  
  The purpose of this session is to identify how systems of systems research can contribute to the research challenges 
  associated with the Future Internet.
  
  The format of the session will be a panel discussion of 45 minutes overall.
  
  Speakers
  * Jon Mikel Rubina: How should Internet Scale Systems of Systems research challenges be addressed? 10 minutes.
  * Pascal Bisson: Systems of Systems approach within Modelplex: What lessons can be applied for the Future Internet? 10 minutes
  * Andreas Metzger: Service Engineering challenges on Internet Scale Systems of Systems:an S-Cube perspective. 10 minutes
  
  15 Minutes discussion with the panellist and the audience. Discussion lead by Jon Mikel Rubina

11.00 – 13.00 Future Internet Architectures Panel: Moderator Frederic Gittler (NEXOF-RA)

  Different architectures for the future internet are emerging. Is it desirable to unify them and how should this be done?
  
  Speakers
  * Frederic Gittler: Introduction (8 minutes)
  * Alex Galis: MANA architecture of the Future Internet (8 minutes)
  * Stefano de Panfilis: FISO architecture of the Future Internet (8 minutes)
  * Petros Daras: Content-Centric Internet Architecture (8 minutes)
  * Stephan Haller: Internet of Things Internet Architecture  (8 minutes)
  * Volkmar Lotz: Trusted architectures for the Future Internet (8 minutes)
  * Seif Haridi: Scalable Architectures for the Future Internet (8 minutes)
  * Dieter Fensel: The Role of Semantics in a Future Internet Architecture (8 minutes)
  
  Discussion with the audience of 56 minutes.

13.00 – 13.30 Conclusions and action items towards FIA Stockholm: John Domingue and Stefano de Panfilis

[edit] Future Internet Functional Requirements

The requirements are split into 'Visionary' (disruptive change from today - timespan > 3 years) and 'Incremental' (< 3 years), and are further placed within categories.

[edit] Visionary

1. Device and Access technology

  • a. Device independent internet access (FAST, PERSIST)
  • b. Access devices are integrated in goods and bodies
  • c. Seamless ubiquitous access (FAST, PERSIST)
  • d. Helper device for local events
  • e. Payment (FAST)
  • f. Portals (FAST, SOA4ALL)
  • g. Extended interface usage (PERSIST)
  • h. Emotion transfer
  • i. Device adaptability (FAST, PERSIST)
  • j. user, terminal and session mobility (FAST)
  • k. reducing power consumption
  • l. cognitive networks (PERSIST)
  • m. Abstraction of user interface (FAST)
  • n. Gestural and brain interfaces
  • o. Emotion oriented user interfaces (FAST)

2. Network technology

3. Context awareness

4. Assistive technology

5. Semantic development

6. Large-scale computing

  • a. Real-time route and capacity planning for millions of goods, people, services. (SERVICE WEB 3.0)
  • b. Crisis-mode optimization of routing & capacity planning (Business Continuity Analysis)
  • c. Trustworthy sharing of computing systems including data (PERSIST,SLA@SOI)
  • d. Interaction on internet objects
  • e. Data mining (PERSIST, SOA4ALL)
  • f. Added qualification of business process information
  • g. virtualization cross-business boundaries (SERVICE WEB 3.0, SOA4ALL,SLA@SOI)

7. Service Orchestration

8. eGovernment applications

  • a. Active, multi-modal complete citizen poll
  • b. Policy & Governance rules modelling and technical implementation

9. Community development

10. Content creation

  • a. Prosumer (FAST, SOA4ALL)
  • b. Interviews
  • c. Enhanced content (FAST)
  • d. True to original media reproduction

11. Trust

  • a. Prevent identity impersonation
  • b. Spam- and phishing-freedom
  • c. Overriding of personalization (PERSIST)
  • d. Ubiquitous authorization
  • e. Protection of personal information (PERSIST)
  • f. Legal localization
  • g. Trust management (COIN, PERSIST)
  • h. Understand what to do against semantic attacks
  • i. Develop environment so that all users can manage their own risk

12. Mixed reality world

  • a. Immersive natural interfaces, including emotion capture and exchange.
  • b. Seamless interaction in interconnected mixed reality environments (virtual, real & augmented).
  • c. Personalised collaborative environments for social interaction, gaming and innovative business concepts (PERSIST, SERVICE WEB 3.0, SOA4ALL)
  • d. Multimodal natural user interaction
  • e. Dynamic federation of distributed interface devices

13. Dynamic content centric networks

  • a. Content-centric infrastructures (SOA4ALL)
  • b. Adaptable, transparent, behaviour and context aware content delivery (PERSIST)
  • c. Findability
  • d. Adaptation (PERSIST)
  • e. Representation of content (PERSIST)
  • f. Intelligent delivery
  • g. Home and extended home networks

[edit] Incremental

1. Device & access technology

  • a. Cheap devices (PERSIST)
  • b. Easiness of Use and Configuration (FAST, PERSIST)
  • c. Ubiquitous connectivity (PERSIST)
  • d. Integrated devices (PERSIST)
  • e. Intelligent decisions by devices communicating with each other
  • f. Integrated services into the device (FAST)
  • g. Virtualization & Trusted Computing (PERSIST)
  • h. Devices taking care about privacy of the user (FAST, PERSIST)
  • i. Device federation
  • j. Navigation (FAST)
  • k. Connectivity management (PERSIST)
  • l. Storage
  • m. Extended interactivity with the device (FAST)
  • n. Interoperability (FAST, PERSIST)
  • o. Distributed intelligence (FAST, PERSIST, SOA4ALL)
  • p. Security and Privacy of communications (PERSIST)
  • q. Ultra low power design
  • r. Advanced radio interfaces and mobile solutions (PERSIST)
  • s. Advanced connectivity (PERSIST)

2. Context awareness

  • a. Sensors collecting environment information (PERSIST)
  • b. Sensors collecting personal information (PERSIST)
  • c. Content chosen depending on context (FAST, PERSIST)
  • d. Interactions with the environment (FAST)
  • e. Personalization (FAST, PERSIST, SOA4ALL)
  • f. Situation modelling (FAST, PERSIST)
  • g. Augmented Reality
  • h. Haptic Interfaces

3. Notification Services

4. Service Orchestration

5. Community development

  • a. Helper platforms (FAST)
  • b. Mutual payment
  • c. Groups of interest (PERSIST)
  • d. Collaborative content development in communities
  • e. Public opinion (SOA4ALL)

6. Collaboration

  • a. Video conferencing
  • b. Secure data sharing (SOA4ALL)
  • c. Social gaming and communications (SERVICE WEB 3.0)
  • d. P4P Services (COIN)
  • e. e-Inclusion

7. Content

8. Trust

  • a. Protect personal information (PERSIST, SLA@SOI)
  • b. Trust into service providers (PERSIST, SLA@SOI)
  • c. Accountability (FAST)
  • d. trust based on recommendation (FAST, PERSIST)
  • e. SLAs (FAST, PERSIST, SERVICE WEB 3.0,SLA@SOI)
  • f. Governance structures, methods and tools (FAST)
  • g. Payments (FAST)
  • h. Chain of trust (FAST, PERSIST)
  • i. Intuitive security models
  • j. Security verification
  • k. Trust between people (PERSIST)
  • l. Trust between people and cyber-infrastructure (PERSIST)
  • m. Trust about the data (PERSIST)
  • n. content reliability
  • o. user safeguard and preservation (PERSIST)
  • p. integrate security and mobility
  • q. Certification (PERSIST)
  • r. Tools and protocols for secure transactions

9. Business models

  • a. Content owners (FAST)

10. Service Infrastructure

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