ETH Zurich

The Eidgenössisch Technische Hochschule Zürich (ETH Zurich), was founded by the Swiss government. Today it is part of the ETH Zurich domain, which is made up of the two universities and four national research institutes. The Computer Engineering and Networks Laboratory of ETH Zurich was founded in 1989 and is a part of the Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering. In this project, ETH Zurich participates through its Communication Systems Research Group.

The CSG conducts cutting-edge research in the areas of wireless and ad hoc networking, future Internet architecture and protocols, and network measurements and vulnerability analysis. The CSG is well connected with other research laboratories, but also with industry leaders in the field. ETH Zurich is coordinating the EU FP6 ANA project and the EU FP7 ResumeNet.

Role in the OneLab project:

Joining the project in its second phase (OneLab2), ETH Zurich leads the work package for the Situated and Autonomic Communications (SAC) integration into OneLab (WP8). As coordinator of one of the projects and with well-established interaction with the other SAC projects, ETH Zurich is very well positioned to lead this work package to a successful integration of new test networks and novel networking paradigms in OneLab.

Key staff:

  • Dr Bernhard Plattner, Professor, Head of lab
  • Dr Franck Legendre, Researcher (WP8 leader)



The OneLab video:

OneLab2 featured deliverable:

OneLab2 D7.4 Definition of virtual and federated publish-subscribe architecture

Expected date: August 2009Nature: R (Report)Dissemination level: PU (Public) Lead partner: BT Relevant workpackage: WP7 Content Deliverable description: Defines the architectural elements and interfaces required to perform publish-subscribe-type experiments on...