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The workshop's tradition and intention are to foster the communication among researchers from industry, universities, and other research institutes. To that end, technical talks about current research, invited sessions, and invited talks by outstanding experts will be presented. The workshop is the continuation of a series of successful events previously held in Wuerzburg. A summary and a user survey of last year's workshop can be found online at

EuroView2010 is technically and financially sponsored by the German Information Technology Society (ITG), the International Teletraffic Congress (ITC), and the Network of Excellence Euro-NF (within the European Union Framework Programme 7).

The focus of this year's symposium is on "Future Internet Design and Experimental Facilities", and in particular on current efforts towards a future Internet. This comprises overviews of selected testbed expert groups as well as current and future national and international collaborative projects. We would like to stimulate discussions on future Internet applications, future wireline and wireless Internet architectures, and experimental facilities.

A keynote talk will be given by Prof. Dr. Lawrence Landweber (University of Wisconsin, US).

The following invited sessions are confirmed

  • German G-Lab project
  • Future Internet Activities in FP7 (organized by Dr. Max Lemke)
  • GENI project in US (organized by Aaron Falk)
Several international experts comitted to present their visions.

We seek for further technical presentations addressing research issues for the future Internet. They should communicate identified research issues, early insights, and they should strive to foster discussions among participants. The list of topics, while of direct interest to the workshop, can be found online at the EuroView homepage, but is not limiting the submission of interesting abstracts on related topics. Technical presentations covering all areas of Future Internet are encouraged.


Professor Phuoc Tran-Gia (general chair)
Dr. Tobias Hossfeld
Dr. Michael Menth
Dr. Rastin Pries
Dr. Dirk Staehle


The workshop takes place in the computer science building on the Hubland Campus of the University of Wuerzburg/Germany. Wuerzburg is well accessible via airport Frankfurt/Main and another 90 minutes by railway. We have reserved a limited number of hotel rooms for workshop participants.


June 4th 2010:
submission of an abstract
title of the talk and abstract, max. 1 page
June 18th 2010:
notification of acceptance

Early registration until July 9th 2010:
registration fee: 130 Euro

The registration for the workshops can be done online. The registration is closed after July 25th 2011.

In case of any questions, please feel free to contact Tobias Hossfeld and Rastin Pries.

Tobias Hossfeld,