Self-Optimisation & self-ConfiguRATion in wirelEss networkS


FP7 SOCRATES Final Workshop on

Self-Organisation in Mobile Networks

February 22, 2011 - Karlsruhe, Germany

(Co-located with IWSOS 2011)

Workshop goal

The goal of this open workshop is to disseminate the results achieved by the FP7 project SOCRATES and to stimulate discussions on the topic of self-organisation in future mobile networks. The program comprises presentations from SOCRATES and invited talks by renowned experts in the field. The SOCRATES project will also provide demonstrations of its results on self-optimisation, self-healing and self-configuration in LTE networks. Through interactions with the participants and the invited speakers, the consortium wants to promote and discuss its views and approaches on self-organising methods for beyond 3G mobile networks.

Target audience

The workshop addresses both academic researchers and engineers. It mainly aims at research responsibles, R&D engineers and technical developers involved in planning, deployment or operations & maintenance of beyond 3G networks, within telecom operators, telecom vendors and SMEs and large companies active in the telecom sector.

Workshop program

  • Session 2 - Chair: Kathleen Spaey (SOCRATES) - IBBT / University of Antwerp, Belgium
  • 12:15 - 13:45: Lunch and demonstrations

Demonstrations (during breaks)

Date and location

The workshop will take place on February 22, 2011, the day before the 5th International Workshop on Self-Organizing Systems (IWSOS 2011) , at the same location: Karlsruhe Palace in Karlsruhe, Germany. For more information on this location, travelling, etc., please check the IWSOS 2011 website.

Registration information

Please register online for attending this workshop. Registration includes access to the workshop, coffee breaks and lunch.

Registration fee: 50 euro, to be paid in cash at the entrance of the workshop. Receipts will be provided.
Participants of IWSOS 2011 can join the SOCRATES workshop for free, but online registration is mandatory.

Registration has been closed.

Downloads

Flyer [.pdf]