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1 Advanced Services Enabling Telematic Applications (Servicios Avanzados de Apoyo a Aplicaciones Telemáticas-SAA) Module introduction October 2010 ETSIT-UVA

2 2 0. Before starting, getting to know each other… Who are we (students and us)? Online survey: education, professional experience, interest in the module and background expertise… wSWRJY1hOcjFHMFE6MA wSWRJY1hOcjFHMFE6MA In order to better fit the module materials and assignments to the specific group of students Wiki registration

3 3 About MSc ICT Research->Telematics Systems Engineering path (optional)->Architectures, Technologies and Services of distributed Telematics Systems block AAS within the speciality: this module complements the other two taught in paralell (1st semester) within the speciality: PAM about distributed SW&computing; TES about Web 2.0&3.0. In the 2nd semester sectors covered are Education, Healthcare, Transport, Enterprises Requirements: none but for part-time attendance, Methodology and instruments of Research, Innovation and Technology Transfer block is recommended before Credits: 5 ECTS (x25 hours of which 40% presential) Professors: Juan Ignacio Asensio Pérez ( Antonio J. Sánchez Esguevillas ( English

4 4 Motivation Thanks to ICT services, different application sectors can be highly modernized. ICT services represent a vast greenfield for research as application enablers

5 5 Services of the future New services over new network infrastructures: All-IP underlying infrastructures with IMS platforms represent the new paradigms on which all future telecom digital applications will be based and therefore are the basis for value added services research. A set of service enablers like mobility, location, context awareness are as well the foundations for these new applications. All-IP from an underlying telco network infrastructure perspective will materialize through a common core that would serve different access networks: FTTH (after VDSL2) is the present/future for unlimited bandwidth in the fixed domain/(Advanced) LTE will also provide high bandwidth and capacity radio (mobile) access; but beyond this, non-telco ad-hoc infrastructures are also hot topics of research, namely MANETs (or also WSN-Wireless Sensor Networks) with interesting implications for services. Finally from a management perspective, NGOSS is the trend for service (&network) management)

6 6 Description Brief Description 1. Services that support location and other context-aware applications 2. Support to mobility: main services offered and its relationship with underlying networks (MANET-Mobile Adhoc NETworks) 3. Frameworks and core services for the management of Next Generation Networks (NGN), as well as the service offer from telcos and third companies Specific competences&learning results 7. Capacity to design context-aware applications, thanks to the support of location (based) services [CE-IST 8] 8. Capacity to create new services that support mobility, specially in emerging fields like MANET or WSN (Wireless Sensor Networks) [CE-IST 9] 9. Capacity to design and use services for the management of NGN and the composition of new services within a service-oriented framework [CE-IST 10]

7 7 Objectives Acquisition of solid knowledge about IP services and its underlying infrastructure Research skills around the topic: Search and analysis from quality sources Identification of useful information and conclusions gathering Writing of documents for scientific results dissemination Public presentation of the results

8 8 Content 1 Introduction (1h) 1.1 Motivation 1.2 New services over new network infrastructures 1.3 Relationship with other courses of the module 2 New telco infrastructure (2h) 2.1 NGN/IMS: enabling new services 2.2 IMS basics (VoP, SIP, QoS) 3 Services of the future (2h) (Service offering from telcos and third parties: main convergent advanced and innovative telecommunications services&applications. 3.1 Location and context aware mobile services 3.2 Application sectors (eg. connected car, enterprise, healthcare, digital home, communications, services over handsets…) 3.3 Sample research lines and projects 4 Non-telco infrastructures for location and context awareness: mobile ad-hoc networks (Manet) 4.1 Manet types and underlying technologies 4.2 Sample research lines and projects 5 Managing the new infrastructures 5.1 Management basics 5.2 NGOSS 5.3 Manet Management 5.4 Sample research lines and projects Introduction: 1 + Part I: 2&3 by A Sánchez (during October/Nov.: 7sessions-17h) ; Part II: 4&5 by JI Asensio

9 9 Workload distribution 1. Presential activities (2 ECTS) a. Classroom presentation (participative and non-participative) (0,6 ECTS) b. Discussion workshops among the class members and with external speakers, individual and group supervision, and evaluation activities: main use of the case study method and of collaborative learning techniques (1 ECTS) c. Oral presentations of assignments by students (in English): small research work (done remotely). (0,4 ECTS) 2. Remote activities (3 ECTS) a. Individual work: study of material supplied, selection of related material, writing of contributions and specially reports about the case studies: search, reading and evaluation of technical articles; write (in English) a paper and improvement of it after receiving feedback (peer review by classmates); write a presentation (slides); write a patent file (first part only); classmates assignments review (2 ECTS) b. Group work towards the ellaboration of common positions and the preparation of presential workshops: collaborative learning, study of cases, project method (1 ECTS) Theory (presentations by both Prof.&Students): 9,5hAS/14JIA; Practical (workshops): 10,5AS/16JIA

10 10 Methodology: logistics Sessions at the school (accesible online&offline 1 ) Virtual campus 2 (Wiki, Moodle by UVA or the one by ETSIT, Blog with news) Module materials published Permanent contact through E-mail, videoconferencing&IM 3 (1) Flashmeeting. E.g. (2) (or; ( or ) ; (3) Skype: ajsetid

11 11 Methodology (II) Professor(+external speakers): provide the basics of the subject (including research ideas) at the beginning of the module Student: chooses research topic and makes assignment Acquisition of the scientific method, through: Analysis of the state of the art: top-indexed magazines and international patents Identification of novel research topic Write an article(magazine)+patent request Improves it after peer review Presents it (slides) Each part corresponding to each professor have separate assignments and evaluation

12 12 Assignment (part I) Review the state of the art of the covered topics: Choose one of them, from a service perspective (e.g. part I: IMS, VoIP, SIP, QoS, codecs, LBS, context awareness, one of the application sectors) Review prestigious indexed (JCR) magazine articles ISI (Institute for Scientific Information) and international patents: Read thoroughly 4-6 articles (JCR-preferably Telecommunications area top 10 magazines) Access: 1) to the ranking: Library (// Databases UVA ISI web of knowledge 2) articles: http://0- Write a summary of the state of the art of the chosen topic, including bibliographic references intratext maximum 2 pages Identify a research line about the topic (among those shortlisted) Validate it with the professor Write an article (IEEE format) and a patent file (only part I) about the selected line English Part II (work in progress): more emphais in class discussion of material read and collaborative identification (materialized in written artifacts) of research problems derived from theses discussions (the same applies for evaluation, also motivated by less time available for longer cycles/iterations)

13 13 Evaluation Assignments done by the student both individually and in groups (75%) Oral exposition of the assignment (20%) Evaluation of the aptitude and participation of the student in the learning activities (5%)

14 14 Evaluation (II): assignment (part I) Summary of the state of the art Accuracy in the identification of the state of the art Quality and quantity of references (articles/patents) reviewed Paper (about research topic) IEEE ComSoc peer-review template Writing style, format adequacy Content: research results Patent (part I) Patentability criteria Public presentation Including the 2/3 points above Positively evaluated: interactivity with the professor

15 15 Dates (&deliverables) Identification of research line After the presential sessions of each part e.g. part I 4/11/09 Article (&patent) 2 weeks before end of semester (to allow peer review period) 10/1/10 Public presentation Examination weeks e.g. part I 25/1/10 Sesión presencial Fecha/HorasActividad en la sesión Otra información y fechas límite 1 18 Oct. (16:00-19:00) Presentación Introducción general (asignaturas relacionadas, motivación…). Introducción y descripción bloque 1 (nuevos servicios sobre nuevas infraestructuras de red) Cuestionario de experiencia previa y expectativas Comienzo ideación (continua) 2 20 Oct. (19:00-21:00) Presentación Tema 2: Nuevas infraestructuras de Telecomunicaciones (IMS) Lecturas sobre estado del arte en IMS (enablers y servicios) 3 25 Oct. (16:00-19:00) Debate sobre lecturas previasEscritura estado del arte 4 27 Oct. (19:00-21:00) Presentación Tema 3: Servicios del futuro (servicios contextuales, sectores, ejemplos) Lecturas sobre estado del arte en servicios 5 3 Nov. (19:00-21:00) Debate sobre líneas de investigación. Selección de temas.Escritura patente y artículo 6 8 Nov. (16:00-19:00) Revisión (pares) grupalEscritura presentación 7 10 Nov. (19:00-21:00) Presentación oral, discusión y evaluación.

16 16 Feedback & improvements Basic block teaching beforehand Teaching guide (detailed) Improve coordination Better control of workload (per session or weekly) Apply to part I best practices of part II: enhance interactivity pre-select bibliography and assignments work with basic concepts using short cycles of reading+short reports+discussion

17 17 References IP communications background from TARSIP (PhD course 08-09 and before) Articles: New generation of personal communication services: IMS and applications. Proceedings of the IEEE. ASE, B. Carro, G Camarillo, Yi-Bing Lin. 2nd review in progress. (article for peer review) Digital Home Services. IEEE Network. ASE, BC, B Wei, W Feng; Nov09 Antonio Sanchez, Belen Carro, Fernando Martin; FUTURE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES; IEEE COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE; 2009 Antonio Sánchez, José Jimenez, Belén Carro, Heinz Brüggemann, Peter Herrmann; TELECOMMUNICATION SOLUTIONS FOR EUROPEAN LEADERSHIP IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS; IEEE COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE; 2009 A. Sánchez, B. Carro, B. Khasnabish, A. Gupta, "Applications And Support Technologies For Mobility And Enterprise Services", IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine, June 2009 Ricardo Castellot, Antonio Sanchez, Borja De La Cuesta, Belen Carro, Linghang Fan, Zhili Sun; IPV6 NETWORKS OVER DVB-RCS SATELLITE SYSTEMS, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKING, 2008 A. Sanchez, B. Carro, P. Romo, C. Pinart, "Telco Services For End Customers Within Spanish Programmes," IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 46, pp. 24-28, June 2008. Antonio Sanchez, Belen Carro, Stefan Wesner; TELCO SERVICES FOR END CUSTOMERS. EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE; IEEE Communications Magazine, 2008 Carlos Baladrón, Javier Aguiar, Belén Carro, Antonio Sánchez; INTELLIGENT MATCHING FOR DYNAMIC SERVICE DISCOVERY; Alejandro Cadenas, Antonio Sánchez, Belén Carro; USER-GENERATED CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION FOR HORIZONTAL NETWORK SERVICES CONVERGENCE; IEEE PERVASIVE COMPUTING, Oct. 2008 Z. Sun, D. He, H. Cruickshank, L. Liang, A. Sanchez, C. Miguel, V. Schena, C. Tocci, B. Carro, "Scalable Architecture and Evaluation for Multiparty Conferencing over Satellite Links," IEEE Journal on Selected Areas of Communications, vol. 22, pp. 594-605, April 2004. H. Cruickshank, Z. Sun, A. Sanchez, F. Carducci, "Analysis of IP voice conferencing over EuroSkyWay satellite systems," Proc. IEE, Vol. 148, pp.202-206, August 2001. Past PhDs and TIT (Supervised Research Assignment, former PhD programme)

18 18 Sample TFMs proposed (sample shortlist of topics for assignment) 1 QoS de videoconferencia IP HD (alta definición) para PC(equipo propósito general) sobre ADSL (limitación uplink) para entornos de teletrabajo 2 Servicios multimedia para el automóvil sobre IMS 3 Servicio de eficiencia energética (hogar y empresa) sobre plataformas centralizadas del operador en redes IP 4 Virtualización del escritorio sobre IMS 5 Conectividad RFID/NFC (tarjetas inteligentes sin contacto) con redes IP para servicios contextuales5 Conectividad RFID/NFC (tarjetas inteligentes sin contacto) con redes IP para servicios contextuales 1 6 Servicios M2M (Machine to Machine) en entornos empotrados 7 Optimización navegación física (objetos y personas) sobre IMS Presented Sept10.

19 19 Backup: Last year external speakers 19/10: Patents by Alfredo Catalina 1 (OEPM) 22/10: eHealth by Dr. Pedro Alarcón (Telefonica R&D) 29/10: IMS & context awareness by Alejandro Cadenas 1 (Telefonica R&D) (1) PhD candidate

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