Özgü Alay

Author's details

Name: Özgü Alay
Date registered: February 23, 2015
URL: https://www.monroe-project.eu/

Latest posts

  1. MONROE Open Call 2 Statistics — December 14, 2016
  2. First MONROE open call application statistics — April 1, 2016
  3. Press release: MONROE announces first Open Call with a total budget of EUR 1,8 million for external experimenters — February 29, 2016
  4. Consortium meets at Politecnico di Torino and visits GTT to test a mobile node — February 8, 2016
  5. First Call for Experimenters is open for applications — December 23, 2015

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Dec 14

MONROE Open Call 2 Statistics

Second MONROE Open Call received 50 applications from 18 different countries. Most proposals came from Spain (7), Germany (7), Greece (7) and Italy (6). The deadline for submitting proposals was 2nd of December. The review process has started and up to 15 proposals with maximum of 100,000 EUR per proposal will be funded. The results …

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Apr 01

First MONROE open call application statistics

First Open Call had 40 applications, from which 9 proposals target industrial innovation and the other 31 applications concentrate on Scientific Excellence. Industrial partners are present in 18 proposals submitted. Countries represented: Austria, Belgium, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Scotland, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, UK.   MONROE First Open Call was closed for …

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Feb 29

Press release: MONROE announces first Open Call with a total budget of EUR 1,8 million for external experimenters

Fornebu, Norway – February 2016 The EU H2020 funded project MONROE (Measuring Mobile Broadband Networks in Europe) builds and operates an open, European-scale platform with multi-homing capabilities to run experiments on operational Mobile Broadband (MBB) networks. The platform will consist of up to 100 stationary and 150 mobile nodes, each connected to three MBB operators …

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Feb 08

Consortium meets at Politecnico di Torino and visits GTT to test a mobile node

The MONROE consortium held a plenary meeting during three days in Turin, Italy, in which the team planned activities for 2016, discussed prototype status and decided on topics regarding deployment of nodes, system refinement, among others. During plenary in Turin, the consortium went to GTT, the local transport company, to test a MONROE mobile node installed in one …

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Dec 23

First Call for Experimenters is open for applications

MONROE project has announced the First Open Call for Experiments and Extensions. The experimenters selected from this open call will be funded by the project and will access the prototype MONROE platform to run active/passive measurements as well as to propose protocol experiments. The experimenters will be acknowledged as associate partners and will get visibility through the …

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Sep 30

MONROE at NNUW-3

Project coordinator Dr. Özgü Alay presented the MONROE project during  the 3rd International NorNet Users Workshop (NNUW-3) in Fornebu, Norway, held on August 28.

Sep 30

MONROE is on Twitter

You can now follow MONROE’s updates from an additional platform! MONROE has a profile on twitter:  https://twitter.com/H2020MONROE

Sep 30

Consortium meets at Karlstad University

The MONROE consortium held a face-to-face meeting during three days that contributed to the project development with key decisions both for hardware and system design. Technical parallel sessions were organized for the engineering team to work on the proof-of-concept implementation of hardware components. Members of the Scientific Advisory Board joined the consortium on the third …

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Aug 11

MONROE at 93rd IETF in Prague

Dr. Anna Brunström (Karlstads University) presented an overview on the MONROE measurement testbeds during the 93rd IETF meeting in Prague, held from 19-24 July.

Apr 21

MONROE in SMART Workshop in Barcelona

MONROE will be presented in SMART workshop on April 22, 2015 in the panel discussion: New Opportunities in Measurement and Monitoring  (program). SMART workshop welcomes researchers, regulators and operators, each of whom has a stake in ensuring a fair, transparent internet with steadily increasing performance. But there are many different definitions of fair, transparent, and performance, …

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