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type: Seminar
chair: Fakultät für Informatik
semester: Wintersemester 2010/11

KIT Campus Süd, Zirkel 2, Building 20.20, 4th FL, SR367


Tuesday, 14:00-17:00 weekly

start: 19.10.2010
lecturer: Professor Martina Zitterbart
Roland Bless
sws: 2
ects: -
lv-no.: 24373

not examinable

Research seminar content

Next Events: -

14:00 Room 367 Building 20.20

Seminar is finished for WS 10/11



Date: Name: Affiliation: Topic:
19.10.2010 Christian Henke Universität Berlin Cross-Layer Service Composition [Slides]
26.10.2010 Rahamatullah Khondoker Universität Kaiserslautern Service Composition and Selection in a Service Oriented Network Architecture [Slides]
02.11.2010 - - -
09.11.2010 Thorsten Strufe TU Darmstadt New Applications for P2P [Slides]
16.11.2010 Xiaoming Fu Universität Göttingen NF-TCP: A Network Friendly TCP Variant for Background Delay-Insensitive Applications
23.11.2010 Kurt Tutschku Universität Wien How to Evaluate and Compare Architectures for the Future Internet [Slides]
30.11.2010 Klara Nahrstedt University of Illinois at Urbana Chapmaign, USA Research Overview of Activities in Multimedia Operating and Networking Systems (MONET) Group
07.12.2010 Hartmut Ritter Minol Messtechnik, Stuttgart Smart Metering als Anwendungsfeld für multihop-Sensornetzwerke
14.12.2010 Vincent Lucas Université de Haute-Alsace Fair multicast congestion control and interface with the application layer
21.12.2010 Christmas break - -
28.12.2010 Christmas break - -
04.01.2011 Christmas break - -
11.01.2011 Thorsten Braun Universität Bern Service-Centric Networking [Slides]
18.01.2011 - - -
25.01.2011 Henning Schulzrinne Columbia University Where Technology Meets Policy - Network Neutrality
25.01.2011 Kalman Graffi TU Darmstadt Monitoring and Managing Quality in P2P-based Online Social Networks
01.02.2011 Thomas Volkert, Florian Liers Universität Ilmenau Forwarding on Gates - A Clean-Slate Replacement for IP [Slides]
08.02.2011 Markus Ullmann BSI/FH Bonn Identity-based Key-establishmend Schemes Based on Elliptic Curce Cryptography for WSNs