Security, Services, nEtworking and performance of .. (S2EUNET)
Security, Services, nEtworking and performance of next generation IP-based multimedia wireless Networks
Start date: Jun 15, 2010,
End date: Jun 14, 2014
The S2EuNet project is a joint initiative by four partner universities in Europe and nine partner universities in third countries in the form of staff and researcher exchange under the FP7/People/IRSES action. The main goal of this project is to strengthen research partnership among partner organizations and to elevate the scientific competence of the participating organizations in the fields of next generation mobile systems and wireless networks. More specifically, the project has the following objectives: • to reinforce cooperation among partner organizations, not only between European partners and third-country partners, but also between European partners for the purpose of long-term research partnership, at the organizational level • to investigate various aspects of emerging technologies in future wireless and mobile networks for the provision of reliable, security and high-performance IP-based multimedia services • to enhance research quality and lift the scientific competence of the participating organizations through joint research activities • to educate more and better qualified PhD candidates at the international level Following the principle of the MCA, a bottom-up approach has been adopted for both overall theme identification and research topic definition. The participating researchers in this project exceed sixty with over thirty faculty members and over thirty PhD students respectively, organized into six WPs. The duration of the project will be 48 months. It contains a researcher exchange scheme with a total number of 422 PMs, well balanced between outgoing visits from Europe (200 PMs) and incoming stays to Europe (222 PMs). The duration of each research stay varies from one month up to twelve months, depending on the role and the availability of the each individual researcher. The major joint activities planned in the project include 4 workshops, 2 summer schools, 20~40 guest lectures, 8~16 tutorials and PhD courses.
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