MONROE will be presented during the RIPE71 meeting in Bucharest, Romania.
The review process for the Second MONROE Open Call has been completed and we are pleased to announce the external project proposals that have been conditionally accepted for funding. These 15 were selected among 50 applications: Characterizing Carrier Grade NATs in Mobile Broadband Networks: CGNWatcher, Scientific Excellence, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain. Network Neutrality …View full post
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 …View full post
The MONROE project has announced the Second 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. Find details about the Open Call and how to apply here.View full post
The MONROE team received the Best Demo Award at WoWMoM 2016, the 17th International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks, which was held June 21-24, in Coimbra, Portugal. More information to be found here: English, SpanishView full post
The MONROE consortium got together for a week of meetings and events at Simula Research Laboratory in Oslo, Norway. The week started off with the First User Workshop for experimenters on Monday and Tuesday, June 13-14. The previous announced open call external projects were all present and starting off their collaboration with the MONROE team. The …View full post
On October 31st, 2015 during the IRTF & ISOC Workshop on Research and Applications of Internet Measurements (RAIM) in cooperation with ACM Sigcomm, Andra Lutu presented the MONROE platform.
You can now follow MONROE’s updates from an additional platform! MONROE has a profile on twitter: https://twitter.com/H2020MONROE
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 day, which was dedicated to their recommendations and remarks. The MONROE team met at Karlstad University, Sweden, last September 2 to 4.
IMDEA Networks has announced the launch of the MONROE project on Madrid+d (a platform for online scientific discussion and announcements, for Spanish speakers):
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, and varying opinions on where the most important benefits of these will accrue. We have been hearing these views as we have collected information on the latest measurement technologies for the past year, on behalf of the FIRE+ unit of the Net Futures directorate of the EC. Our draft report and recommendations will be made available online to workshop registrants about a month before we meet. We want your reactions and ideas before we present the final report, with community feedback, to its sponsors in May. Invited speakers will present the views of regulators and researchers in both the US and Europe. We will briefly present our study conclusions. A technical session will discuss new opportunities for measurements on very large scales. We invite comments and technical discussion by attendees. We will provide a mechanism for this when you register, and devote time to it during the workshop.
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