The FIA Research Roadmap: Priorities for Future Internet Research

by Nick Wainwright, Nick Papanikolaou
Abstract:
The Future Internet Assembly Research Roadmap for Framework Programme 8 captures the ideas and contributions of the FIA community on the important research topics that should be addressed for the Framework Programme 8 research programmes broadly grouped around three main concerns; economic and business interests; societal interests and challenges; technical disruptions and capabilities. The contents of this roadmap originate with the community of researchers working on all aspects of the Future Internet and meet to share and discuss ideas through the Future Internet Assembly through an open consultation of research projects who participate in FIA. This roadmap is primarily concerned with identifying research that can be carried out in the second half of this decade and which will have an impact in 2020 and beyond. By impact, we mean will result in products, services, systems, capabilities, that come to market and are available and deployed in that timeframe. The approach adopted in this report is to integrate contributions across the entire space of future Internet research with the aim of bringing out the vision for how and where the Internet will make a significant difference in the future and identifying the broad challenges and gaps, and identifying the solutions and research needs in the future. In this report we have summarised and grouped ideas with the aim of identifying the strong themes and consistent challenges that emerge looking across the whole agenda.
Reference:
The FIA Research Roadmap: Priorities for Future Internet Research (Nick Wainwright, Nick Papanikolaou), Chapter in Future Internet — From Technological Promises to Reality (F. Alvarez, F. Cleary, P. Daras, J. Domingue, A. Galis, A. Garcia, A. Gavras, S. Karnourskos, S. Krco, M.-S. Li, V. Lotz, H. Müller, E. Salvadori, A.-M. Sassen, H. Schaffers, B. Stiller, G. Tselentis, P. Turkama, T. Zahariadis, eds.), Springer, volume 7281, 2012.
Bibtex Entry:
@INCOLLECTION{Wainwright2012,
  author = {Nick Wainwright and Nick Papanikolaou},
  title = {The {FIA} Research Roadmap: Priorities for Future Internet Research},
  booktitle = {Future Internet --- From Technological Promises to Reality},
  publisher = {Springer},
  year = {2012},
  editor = {Alvarez, F. and Cleary, F. and Daras, P. and Domingue, J. and Galis,
	A. and Garcia, A. and Gavras, A. and Karnourskos, S. and Krco, S.
	and Li, M.-S. and Lotz, V. and M"uller, H. and Salvadori, E. and
	Sassen, A.-M. and Schaffers, H. and Stiller, B. and Tselentis, G.
	and Turkama, P. and Zahariadis, T.},
  volume = {7281},
  series = {Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
  abstract = {The Future Internet Assembly Research Roadmap for Framework Programme
	8 captures the ideas and contributions of the FIA community on the
	important research topics that should be addressed for the Framework
	Programme 8 research programmes broadly grouped around three main
	concerns; economic and business interests; societal interests and
	challenges; technical disruptions and capabilities.
	
	
	The contents of this roadmap originate with the community of researchers
	working on all aspects of the Future Internet and meet to share and
	discuss ideas through the Future Internet Assembly through an open
	consultation of research projects who participate in FIA. This roadmap
	is primarily concerned with identifying research that can be carried
	out in the second half of this decade and which will have an impact
	in 2020 and beyond. By impact, we mean will result in products, services,
	systems, capabilities, that come to market and are available and
	deployed in that timeframe. 
	
	
	The approach adopted in this report is to integrate contributions
	across the entire space of future Internet research with the aim
	of bringing out the vision for how and where the Internet will make
	a significant difference in the future and identifying the broad
	challenges and gaps, and identifying the solutions and research needs
	in the future. In this report we have summarised and grouped ideas
	with the aim of identifying the strong themes and consistent challenges
	that emerge looking across the whole agenda.},
  owner = {Nick},
  timestamp = {2012.02.23},
  url = {../files/fiapaper.pdf}
}