Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M)

UC3M was the coordinator of the E-NEXT Network of Excellence, and so ensured that OneLab1 coordinated with the ensemble of E-NEXT participants. The UC3M Department of Telematics is involved in education and research on broadband networks, advanced internet networking and applications, and intelligent agents. Its staff is steadily increasing, and at this moment includes two full professors, 23 associate professors, 25 part-time lecturers plus 19 research assistants. The staff of the Department of Telematics  has participated and directed projects of several European R&D programmes (ESPRIT, RACE, ACTS, IST), Spanish R&D programmes (PLANBA, MCYT, PASO), and also in contracts with industry and public administrations.

The main current scientific objectives of the research group include a series of research topics on networking technology, such as routing protocols and internet traffic, multihoming, mobility in communication networks, high-performance networks, active networks and network-based processing. UC3M currently participates in advanced networking projects such as FP6 IST MUSE integrated project, FP6 IST DAIDALOS integrated project, FP6 IST E-NEXT NoE, FP6 IST E-Photon/One NoE, together with Spanish projects such as OPTINET6 and CAPITAL.

UC3M was involved in the OneLab1 project, where it was responsible for the multihoming component of Workpackage 4.

Key staff:

  • Prof. Arturo Azcorra, Full Professor
  • Dr Ignacio Soto, Associate Professor
  • Dr Marcelo Bagnulo, Associate Professor
  • Dr Antonio de la Oliva, Assistant Professor

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OneLab1 featured deliverable:

OneLab1 D3B.1 Topology information component API

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Delivery date: August 2007 Nature: R (Report) Dissemination level: PU (Public) Lead partner: UPMC Relevant OneLab1 workpackage: WP3 MonitoringPDF file: Deliverable description:This deliverable explains the development process of an API...