Thank you for granting us this interview and for sharing your thoughts about the issues currently surrounding global communications. Since 1996, you have headed the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the Technische Universität Darmstadt (Darmstadt, Germany) as well as the Department of Computer Science, where you are also Managing Director of the Multimedia Communications Laboratory (KOM). You are also Chairman of the Board of IMDEA Networks, the Madrid Institute for Advanced Networks Studies (Instituto Madrileño de Estudios Avanzados en Networks). In your own words, what are the Institute’s main objectives and scientific challenges? Should the Institute follow a specific research model in order to secure these objectives?
19 Jan 2009
Thanks to the appointment of Dr Georganas who will tutor doctorates at UC3M Dr Nicolas Georganas has been appointed as visiting researcher at the Madrid Institute of Advanced Network Studies (IMDEA Networks), during the current academic year, as a Cátedra de Excelencia at Madrid's Carlos III University (UC3M). He is a pioneer in information and networking technology research, as well as an expert in interactive multimedia communications at the Ottowa School of Information Technology and Engineering, Canada.
16 Jan 2009
Dr. Gustavo de Veciana, Professor at University of Texas at Austin, and Visiting Researcher at IMDEA Networks, the Madrid Institute for Advanced Studies in Networks, has been elevated to the distinction of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Grade of Fellow for contributions to the design of communication networks. IEEE is the world's leading professional association for the advancement and application of technology in the fields of electrical and electronics engineering.
27 Nov 2008
The 4th ACM International Conference on Emerging Networking Experiments and Technologies is an important forum that aims to open up informative and stimulating debates on new network technologies that will shape future Internetworking.
17 Nov 2008
The European project GeoNet, a member of the CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium, of which the Madrid Institute of Advanced Studies IMDEA Networks is also a member, develops intelligent communication systems for vehicles integrated with wireless Internet. Aims: to improve road safety and traffic management and reduce CO2 emissions.
03 Nov 2008
Dr. Georganas has recently joined IMDEA Networks as a Visiting Researcher and, during the current academic year, has also occupied a Cátedra de Excelencia at University Carlos III of Madrid (UC3M). He is a pioneer in information technology and networking research and an expert in interactive multimedia communications at the School of Information Technology and Engineering of the University of Ottawa, Canada.
“What unites us at IMDEA Networks is our shared mission to develop solutions for Future Wireless Internet”
27 Oct 2008
Interview to Arturo Azcorra, Director, IMDEA Networks.
23 Oct 2008
ACM CoNEXT 2008 es un foro internacional fundamental para las futuras tecnologías de redes (“future networking technologies”). Anteriores ediciones de CoNEXT han promovido con éxito estudios originales, a largo plazo y han contribuido a la integración de la investigación en redes (“networks”) a nivel internacional. Este año la conferencia está organizada por la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid e IMDEA Networks, y cuenta con el patrocinio de ACM SIGCOMM. Enlace a texto completo en medio: Boletín Parque Científico UC3M
22 Oct 2008
IMDEA Networks has become a new member of the Spanish e-Science Network. E-Science aims to organize, coordinate and drive the development of scientific activity in Spain. It involves the collaborative use by various research groups of geographically distributed resources and infrastructure connected via the internet.
30 Sep 2008
Institute IMDEA Networks gains a stronger footing in its aim to impact the development of the Internet by becoming a RIPE NCC member. RIPE’s objective is to ensure the administrative and technical coordination necessary to enable the operation of the Internet globally. Within RIPE NCC, the Institute will support the infrastructure of the Internet through technical coordination in Europe, leading the way the Internet is managed, structured and governed.