The first EU-China FIRE Conference was successfully held on April 18, 2014 in Beijing, China, in the framework of the 2014 Global IPv6 & Next Generation Internet Summit hosted together by project partner BII and Global IPv6 Forum.
The event consisted on a two-hour session running from 16:00 to 18:00, corresponding to Session titled “EU-China IPv6 and Future Internet test beds” part the co-located Global IPv6 & Next Generation Internet Summit.
This conference featured presentations from EU-China FIRE project partners and major international experts focusing on Future Internet and IPv6 challenges and best practices, as well as on test beds needs for 2020, with a specific focus on EU-China cooperation in the field.
Among the 500 people participating in the IPv6 Summit, about 150 participants attended the ECIAO workshop. Attendees were excited to hear speeches about European efforts in shaping the future internet and showed responsive participation during the conference.
Prior to the workshop, on April 17, 2014, EU-China FIRE project members also held a preparation meeting, where they summarized project achievements and discussed future plans. A discussion panel composed of invited experts with state of the art expertise in FIRE and/or IPv6 made several presentations on their researches. Both were very successful events.
Please find below the EU-China FIRE 1st Conference proceedings.
EU-China FIRE 1st Conference on “EU-China IPv6 and Future Internet test beds”
April 18, 2014 (session from 16:00 to 18:00)
• Future Internet test beds needs for 2020
Martin Potts, EU-China FIRE project coordinator
• Future Internet testbeds in China and EU-China Coorperation
Xu Guibao, CATR
• Future Internet Standardisation
Patrick Guillemin, ETSI
• Challenges in Future Internet test beds - EU-China cooperation
Gaogong Xie, China Academy of Science & Serge Fdida, University Pierre et Marie Curie
• Future Internet Testbed using SFA by FNII and ICT
Gaogong Xie, China Academy of Science
• Mediasense test bed: open-source platform for interactive context-driven applications – EU-China cooperation
Youzhi Xu, Jiatong Beijing University
• BII efforts in IoT
Silver Shen, Beijing Internet Institute
For more information on the 2014 Global IPv6 & Next Generation Internet Summit agenda, click here.