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Kungliga Teniska Högskolan (KTH)

Sweden's Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, was founded in 1827 and is the largest of Sweden's universities of technology. KTH conducts top-notch education and research of a broad spectrum from natural science to all branches of technology. KTH awards MSc degrees in 15 programmes, has nearly 13,000 full-time undergraduate students, and more than 1500 postgraduate students. KTH cooperates with industry and a number of national research agencies in nine national competence centres, and hosts more than 24 research centres. KTH has a strong commitment to European networks of cooperation both in research and education.

The members of the Laboratory for Communication Networks group have a broad range of expertise, from analytical performance evaluation to system design, and tele-economic aspects of communication networks. The group's work is based on a blend of analysis, simulation and experimentation. The group has been conducting research in, among others, the fields of teletraffic theory, autonomous and self-organising systems, router architectures and wireless networks. It is led by two professors, the Chair of Teletraffic Systems (Gunnar Karlsson) and the Chair of Network Management (Rolf Stadler).

Role in the OneLab project:

Having joined the project in its second phase (OneLab2), KTH is involved in OneLab2 WP2 Operations and WP3 Dissemination, in addition to  WP9 Benchmarking, where it leads Task 9.2.

Key staff:

  • Prof. Gunnar Karlsson, Senior Researcher, Director of Laboratory for Communication Networks
  • Dr György Dán, Assistant Professor, Researcher
  • Ólafur Ragnar Helgason, Researcher
  • Vladimir Vukadinovic, Researcher
  • Ilias Chatzidrossos, Researcher
 

The OneLab video:


OneLab2 featured deliverable:

OneLab2 D7.5 First prototype of CDN

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Expected date: March 2010Nature: P (Prototype)Dissemination level: PU (Public) Lead partner: Telekomunikacja Polska Relevant workpackage: WP7 Content PDF file: Deliverable description: Implements the proposed CDN extensions set out in the...

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