The Network of the Future (NoF) conference is a premier annual conference that covers advances in the area of Future Internet design, with emphasis on enabling technologies, architectures and services. The conference aims at providing a forum for researchers, students and professionals to exchange ideas, share their experiences, and discuss their research results around a single-track of technical sessions and a series of Tutorials and Workshops.

 

After the successful editions in Brisbane, Australia (2010), in Paris, France (2011 and 2014), in Tunis, Tunisia (2012), in Pohang, South Korea (2013), in Montreal, Canada (2015), and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2016), the eighth edition of the NoF Conference will be held in London, on November 22-24, 2017.

 

NoF 2017 will take place in the historical Strand campus of the King's College, among the oldest british universities, funded by George IV in 1829. The Strand campus is located in the heart of London, along the Thames river and a few minutes awalk from the Covent Garden district and the National Gallery. Learn more about the venue here.

 

NoF 2017 is technically sponsored by the Internet Technical Committee (ITC) of the IEEE Communication Society, and IFIP TC6.

 


Highlights

 

Keynote Speakers

 

Tutorial Speakers

 

Panel Speakers

Topic: Will IP support the networks of the future or do we need something better or different?

  • Jaafar Elmirghani, University of Leeds, UK

  • Arto Karila, Aalto University, Finland.
  • Josef Noll, University of Oslo, Norway.
  • Kevin Smith, Vodafone, UK.

  • William Webb, University of Cambridge, UK.

  • Sudhir Dixit, Basic Internet Foundation, UK (moderator).
  • Nigel Jefferies, Huawei, WWRF Chairman, UK (moderator).

 

Technical Sessions

  • Cloud and Media Stream
  • Routing, Traffic Engineering and Quality of Service
  • Network archivectures and protocols
  • 4G, 5G and beyond
  • Network Security
  • Physical Layer Communications
  • 13 posters and demos presentations

 

DETAILED PROGRAM HERE