NETCOM Research Group from University Carlos III of Madrid, in collaboration with Institute IMDEA Networks, a computer networking research institute backed by the Madrid Regional Government, has announced the successful completion of the European TRILOGY Project (Re-architecting the Internet - An Hourglass Control Architecture for the Internet, Supporting Extremes of Commercial, Social and Technical Control). Download press release (164KB)
Research Centers from Madrid participate in FuturICT.es, the Spanish node of the FuturICT European project
27 Jul 2011
More than 19 research centers, R & D companies and a cultural center will join a European project that aims to create an observatory of the economic crisis and social dynamics, with the intensive use of new technologies and supercomputing, using ideas drawn from Physics, Mathematics, Biology, Sociology, Psychology and Economics. Download press release (72KB)
30 Jun 2011
Interview with Vincenzo Mancuso. Staff Researcher, Institute IMDEA Networks Download Press release (518 Kb)
28 Jun 2011
The Community of Madrid and Carlos III University in Madrid (UC3M) are jointly building an international centre of excellence for research into communications networks. TecnoLeganés will host the future headquarters of IMDEA Networks.
30 May 2011
Institute IMDEA Networks is to participate in a new project aiming to develop theories and techniques for globally reducing energy consumption in wireline networks.
24 May 2011
Institute IMDEA Networks' Third Annual Workshop brought together experts from around the world on the theme of Internet Science, with emphasis on social networking.
17 May 2011
Institute IMDEA Networks' Third Annual Workshop will bring together experts from around the world to investigate a holistic approach to studying and developing the potential of the Internet, with a focus on social networking
06 May 2011
The FAMA architecture researched by long-term collaborators Institute IMDEA Networks and University Carlos III of Madrid, has won the award for Best Paper at Mobiworld 2011.