Future Internet Forum

What are the implications of the Future Internet on the protection of critical information & enabling SECURITY, TRUST, and DEPENDABILITY? Why should you be interested?
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Irish Future Internet Forum

The Irish Future Internet Forum, set up in 2008, is made up of a consortium of Irish industrial, academic and Governmental agencies whose objective is to provide a platform that supports open discussion and knowledge sharing between Irish policy makers, funding agencies (Science Foundation Ireland), industrial players and academic researchers concerning the challenges and opportunities associated with the emerging 'Future Internet'.

The development of a future internet is in response to the unprecedented demand of the knowledge society to research and develop a 'Future Internet' where identity, privacy, trust and security are core to an emerging solution in Ireland but Europe.

The IFIF provides a platform for optimizing the impact of the Future Internet activity in Ireland, ensuring Ireland is at the forefront of Future Internet research, development and implementation strategies by improving academic and industrial collaboration between stakeholders. The Irish Future Internet Forum provides the ability to:

  • Monitor, evaluate, and contribute to international Future Internet scientific, social and economic development.
  • Support the development of Future Internet research, development and implementation strategies for Ireland through consensus building between Irish stakeholders.
  • Facilitate greater collaboration between Irish stakeholders so as to encourage early implementation and experimentation of Future Internet infrastructure and services; experimentation is vital, as it will unearth problems and opportunities early in the development process, and encourage members to contribute more to the development and implementation processes.
  • Create greater participation by Irish Industry and academia in international Future International programmes (particularly EU Framework programme technology platforms and research projects).
  • Develop strategies to support greater collaboration between Irish Future Internet activity and non European initiatives (such as those in Asia and US).
  • Support education and other outreach efforts through connecting Irish and international experts with IFIF members.
  • Monitor, evaluate, and contribute to international Future Internet scientific, social and economic development.

 

 

 

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