SmartenIT

Źródło finansowania projektu: 
2012 - 2015
SmartenIT
Socially-aware Management of New Overlay Application Traffic combined with Energy Efficiency in the Internet
English

The Internet has seen a strong move to support overlay applications, which demand a coherent and integrated control in the underlying heterogeneous networks in a scalable, resilient, and energy-efficient manner. A tighter integration of network management and overlay service functionality can lead to cross-layer optimization of operations and management, thus, being a promising approach to offer a large business potential in operational perspectives for all players involved.

Therefore, SmartenIT (Socially-aware Management of New Overlay Application Traffic combined with Energy Efficiency in the Internet) targets at an incentive-compatible cross-layer network management for providers of overlay-based application (e.g., cloud applications, content delivery, and social networks), network providers, and end-users to ensure a QoE-awareness, by addressing accordingly load and traffic patterns or special application requirements, and exploiting at the same time social awareness (in terms of user relations and interests). Moreover, the energy efficiency with respect to both end-user devices and underlying networking infrastructure is tackled to ensure an operationally efficient management. Incentive-compatible network management mechanisms for improving metrics in all layers and on an inter-domain basis for ISPs and telecommunication providers, serves as the major mechanism to deal with real-life scenarios. Such metrics and mechanisms encompass:

1.Inter-cloud communication through many operators where applications demand for dedicated traffic quality levels.
2.An integrated and energy-aware traffic management considering limited energy resources of mobile devices accessing the cloud.
3.The exploitation of meta-information by network operators for the purpose of socially-aware traffic management.

Selected scenarios are ported into test-beds, in which the effectiveness of appropriate traffic management mechanisms, integrated in an innovative architecture, is demonstrated.

Partners: 
CHE
Universität Zürich
GRC
Athens University of Economics and Business
DEU
University of Würzburg
DEU
Technische Universität Darmstadt
GRC
Intracom S.A. Telecom Solutions
FRA
Alcatel Lucent Bell Labs France
POL
Instytut Chemii Bioorganiczej PAN
ITA
Interoute S.P.A.
DEU
Telekom Deutschland GmbH
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Rafał
Stankiewicz
Ph.D
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D5/015
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+48 12 6174036
email: 
rafal.stankiewicz@agh.edu.pl
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po uzgodnieniu mailowym
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Rafał Stankiewicz ukończył studia w roku 1999 na specjalności Telekomunikacja na wydziale Elektrotechniki, Automatyki, Informatyki i Elektroniki na Akademii Górniczo-Hutniczej w Krakowie. W roku 2007 uzyskał tytuł doktora. Od 2007 roku jest zatrudniony na stanowisku adiunkta. Obszary badawcze obejmują: zapewnianie jakości i niezawodności usług oraz postrzeganej jakości usług i aplikacji; modelowanie matematyczne; metody analizy statystycznej; zarządzanie ruchem w sieciach telekomunikacyjnych ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem ruchu pochodzącego od sieci nakładkowych; a także zarządzanie ryzykiem. Rafał Stankiewicz jest współautorem kilkudziesięciu publikacji naukowych o zasięgu światowym w czasopismach branżowych oraz materiałach konferencyjnych. Jest też współautorem jednej książki. Aktywnie uczestniczył lub uczestniczy w projektach europejskich 4., 5., 6. i 7. Programu Ramowego, między innymi: BTI (IP), LION (IP), NOBEL (IP), EuroNGI (NoE), EuroFGI (NoE), EuroNF (NoE), SmoothIT (Strep), SmartenIT (Strep) oraz projektach krajowych dofinansowanych w ramach programów NCN, NCBiR oraz MNiSW. Aktywnie uczestniczy w pracach komitetów programowych i organizacyjnych konferencji naukowych, a także jako recenzent publikacji zgłaszanych do czołowych czasopism (np. IEEE Communications Magazine, Computer Networks, Performance Evaluation) oraz konferencji naukowych w dziedzinie telekomunikacji. Jest członkiem IEEE. Posiada certyfikat TOGAF 9.1 Certified.

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Rafal Stankiewicz (rafal.stankiewicz@agh.edu.pl) is an assistant professor at the Department of Telecommunications of AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków, Poland. He received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Telecommunications from AGH University of Science and Technology in 1999 and 2007, respectively. His research interests focuses on network quality and reliability, quality of experience, performance evaluation and analytical modeling, statistical analysis of telecommunications traffic, cloud computing as well as traffic management concepts for overlay networking. He is an author of several conference and journal research papers and co-author of one book. He was involved in 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th FP European programs including the following projects: BTI (IP), LION (IP), NOBEL (IP), EuroNGI (NoE), EuroFGI (NoE), EuroNF (NoE), SmoothIT (Strep). He served as technical program committee member for several conferences and as a reviewer of papers submitted to journals (e.g. IEEE Communications Magazine, Computer Networks, Performance Evaluation, and other) ) as well as top scientific conferences in area of telecommunications (e.g. IEEE Globecom and ICC). He is a member of IEEE.

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Krzysztof
Wajda
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D5/109
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+48 12 617 3638
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wajda@kt.agh.edu.pl
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Wtorek, 13.00-14.00, Piątek, 17.00-18.00
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Tuesday, 1.00-2.00 pm, Friday, 5.00-6.00 pm
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Krzysztof Wajda ukończył Wydział Elektrotechniki, Automatyki i Elektroniki AGH w r. 1982, w r. 1990 doktoryzował się na AGH. Zatrudniony jest obecnie na stanowisku adiunkta w Katedrze Telekomunikacji AGH. Autor ponad 100 publikacji naukowych (w tym 6 książek) z zakresu sieci szerokopasmowych z integracją usług, sygnalizacji, sieci dostępowych, protokołów komunikacyjnych, modelowania i analizy sieci komputerowych. Przebywał na stażach naukowych w Kyoto University (Japonia) oraz CNET (Francja). Aktywnie uczestniczył lub uczestniczy w projektach europejskich 4., 5, 6. i 7. Programu Ramowego (BBL,  IST LION, IP NOBEL, NoE e-Photon/ONe(+), BONE, SmoothIT) oraz COST 242, Leonardo da Vinci (JOINT and ET-NET), Copernicus ISMAN, TEMPUS JEP N° 0971. Recenzent IEEE Communications Magazine, Telecommunications Systems, Performance Evaluation, Computer Networks and ISDN Systems oraz kilku konferencji naukowych (Globecom, ICC, DRCN, RNDM). Konsultant w zakresie telekomunikacji dla wiodących operatorów polskich.

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Krzysztof Wajda received his M.Sc. in telecommunications in 1982 and Ph. D. in automatics in 1990, both from AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland. In 1982 he joined AGH-UST where he is currently an assistant professor. He spent his sabbatical leaves at Kyoto University (Japan, 1 year) and at CNET (France, 6 months). He was involved in a few international projects: COST 242, Leonardo da Vinci (JOINT and ET-NET), Copernicus ISMAN, ACTS 038 BBL, TEMPUS JEP N° 0971, IST LION, IP NOBEL, NoE e-Photon/ONe(+), BONE. At present he works in Future Internet Engineering project, Polish initiative towards NG Internet. He participated also in a few grants supported by National Science Foundation (in 2 was project leader). He serves also as a reviewer of a few journals: IEEE Communications Magazine, Telecommunications Systems, Performance Evaluation, Computer Networks and ISDN Systems and also international conferences. He has been a consultant to private telecommunication companies. Main research interests: traffic management for broadband networks, performance evaluation, network reliability, control plane, management systems. Dr. Wajda is the author (or coauthor) of 6 books (in Polish) and over 100 technical papers. He is a member of IEEE.

Data_startu_projektu: 
November, 2012