- How can we design a network that is fundamentally more secure and available than today's Internet? How would we conceive the security problem if we could start from scratch?
- How might such functions as information dissemination, location management or identity management best fit into a new network architecture?
- What will be the long-term impact of new technologies such as advanced wireless and optics?
- How will economics and technology interact to shape the overall design of a future network?
- How do we design a network that preserves a free and open society?
- The Informational Meeting for Future Internet Architectures that was held on July 29, 2009 is available for viewing or you may simply look at the slides that were presented. You will find the webcast at: http://www.visualwebcaster.com/event.asp?id=60947.
To view the video you will be asked to register. We will use an email list generated from the registration list to contact viewers with future plans and announcements that CISE might have concerning this research area.
- NSF held a Future Internet Summit the week of October 12, 2009. The report of this meeting is available. Please click here to view the report.
- The FIND Observer Panel Report is now available. Please click here to view the report.
- Call for Research Collaboration on Future Internet Architectures in partnership with the US NSF FIND prorgram. If you have research funding and are interested in participating in the FIND activities please click here for more information.
- The FIND Program is now part of the new NSF NetSE program. FIND activities will be continuing, and NSF encourages you to submit FIND-like proposals, including larger, more integrative proposals of the sort discussed in the spring 2008 FIND working meeting. For advice on submitting proposals for FIND-like research, click here for more information.