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					HiA IKT - ECORN Workshop 1
              Feb. 6-7, 2006




     http://ikt.hia.no/aml/public-projects/2005-ECORN/ecorn.html
Proposed Agenda – Feb 6-7
   Day 1- ECORN Motivation                    Day 2 – ECORN Vision & Outcome
                                               08.30 Day 1 Summary
   12.30 Coffee Reception/Check-in            09.00 Common Project Ideas
   13.00 Introduction, Meeting Goals          09.30 Group work (2 groups):
   13.30 Problem Statements by                    –   PS, JJG, FR, AP
   14.45 Coffee Break                             –   VO, MP, OG, RN,
   AP, RN, MP                                     –   key results
                                                   –   key deliverables
   15.00 Problem Statements
                                               10.30 Coffee Break
   JJG, VO, OG, FR
                                               10.45 Presentation of results
   16.30 Group work (2 groups)
        – MP, AP, PS, VO
                                               11.15 Discussion
        – RN, JJG, FR, OG                      12.00 Lunch
        – Definition of the overall            13.00 Pål & SWACOM
          research problem                     13.15 Competence Center
        – How do the subprojects link          13.45 Mini Brainstrom
          to the overall research problem
                                               14.15 Conclusions & Next Steps
   18.15 Presentation of results
                                                   – workshop with industry (May?)
   18.50 Conclusion of day 1                      – Sept 5-6 ECORN #2
   19.00 Diner                                14.30 End
Future Activities
   National Center of Expertise (NCE), Feb. 17 (SB)
   ECORN: Develop 2x draft specifications, March 15 (OV, FR)
   BIP project with Otrum, Feb 17, 12++ (JJG, SB takes contact)
   Proposals for SHP (March 15), BIP (apr 26), Verdikt (apr 26), other NFR
    programmes, EU, FP7 Celtic (which ones? strategy? when?) --- June 15 NFR,
    Oct 15 BIP, August, sørlands kompetense fond --- verify dates
    MP:BIP with MCP, MP:Verdikt; FP7 WS in April 5th Oslo (?)
    March 7 NFR BIP meeting (Kristiansand)
   Meet other research groups:
   Next Prof Meeting: March 3rd, 13.00-15.00 – agenda: overview of programmes,
    closing dates, priorities, PEP used to have such an overview
   Unik Kjeller – March 6-10, PS
   Gjøvik – visiting us soon about PhD, JJG maybe could inform us
   NTNU/SINTEF
    Bergen
   May Industry Workshop, Agder IKT (SB)
   Sept 6-7 ECORN Workshop #2
   Agder Applied Research Center (JBU)
Competence Areas

   System modeling & transformations
   Context Description, Reasoning, & Aggregation
   Business innovation and user aspects
   Web mining
   System security and operational strategies
   Security, privacy and trust
   Learning, adaptive automata
   Wireless network protocols and resource awareness
   Channel models, M IMO techniques
    and especially Mobile-to-Mobile aspects

                                               requirements for involvement?
VO Group
   service providing on ferries/cruise ships
     –   gaming, gambling, entertainment, shopping
   tursted relations between sp,sp and passengers
   no trust relations between passenger

   problems …

   scenarios & activities
   exploring (having lots of time)
    - should I be bothered by my phone?
   shopping mall (having little time)
   what service does a cruise operator offer to their
    customers?
   broadcasting, multicasting
   gsm or wifi on the boat?




                                                         requirements for involvement?
Basic way to focus more …

                     Research Topics


                     User Activities


                        Scenarios;
         e.g., Cruise Ship, Conference & Events

                Peer 2 Peer Centric or
                  Network Centric


    Trusted Wireless Short Range Communications
Follow two key activities and find communalities,
e.g., Conference/Boat with P2P and fixed services
             P2P Activity                  Wireless Service Offer (#3)
      e.g., sharing contact info        e.g., Information / Safety Service

                           Common Environment,
                               e.g. place
                            Common Facilitator,
                              e.g., organizer
                               Privacy & Trust




                               Some Channel
                               Model Aspects?
what? (4-8 weeks)
 Scenario/activities outline
   –   2-3 topics handled by work teams
   –   refine scenarios
   –   develop description
   –   check state-of-the-art and related activities
   –   identity general requirements
   –   identify problem areas and interfaces
   –   identify possibilities for sponsorship
 SHP, BIP, Verdikt, other NFR programmes, EU, Celtic
 Meeting other research groups
 Meeting industry
Who and what scenarios
 P2P Conference scenario
    – presentation, recognizing old enemies, etc
    – Frank + Matthias, Andreas
 Wireless infrastructure based services for
  conferences/ships/shopping center
    – Vladimir + Ole, Matthias, Frank
    – role of sensors & M2M? remote and industrial control?
 Car-2-car
 oil industry/platform related (how important is trust establishment here?)
    – integrated operations (enlarge no of actors)          -- too early?
    – Jose
 M2M and sensor networks
    – not a scenario? part of one of the above scenarios?

 discussion
    –   our problems vs industry problems
    –   “immediately apply solutions to products”
    –   we should be open to more models of cooperation
    –   meeting expectations
Wireless infrastructure based services for
conferences/ships/shopping center        fixed
                                                                     AP
 formulize the notion of trust among the involved service
  parties                                                  offer 1
 trustworthyness, honor& dishonor trust
                                                             service
 obligations                                                offer 2
                                                                             support
 expressing trust, what to exchange? decribe ur lvls of           service   3rd part
  trust, policies                                                  offer 3   services
 how to discover/announce services, signalling load,
  performance
 multiple level / layer negotiations, e.g., share and
  cooperate on resources
 network “etiquette”, enforcement
 outsiders became insiders
 incident mgmt
 fairness of …. e,.g, services, availability, collaboration
 give and take resources
Wireless infrastructure based services for
conferences/ships/shopping center        fixed
                                                                  AP
   multiple player negotiations                        service
                                                        offer 1
   QoS and resource mgmt, admission control
   flexibility                                           service
   identifiers/names/… for different aspects             offer 2
                                                                          support
   adaptation and control and ….                               service   3rd part
                                                                offer 3   services
   privacy and trust trade-off, flexibility
   business and user adoption
   mixed p2p and infrastructure mode, multi-homing,
    different network addresses and procedures, …
   transmission today to the future, roadmap, migration
   wireless ranged services, context, OTRUM
    opportunity/threat
   static connections vs dynamic (?) connections
   role of lang-haul, long-distance links
Wireless infrastructure based services for
conferences/ships/shopping center fixed
                                                       service AP
   behavior of companies, knowledge of market         offer 1
   whose core business? protecting the core             service
   risk management                                      offer 2        supporting
                                                              service
                                                                        3rd party
   what business would expand into this area in order to     offer 3
                                                                        services
    protect the core
   where is the business?
   user aspects? expectations, acceptance, needs, …
   restaurants. “special of the day”
   information selection, intelligent agents
   approach OTRUM in a pro-active manner
   how can we use it ourselves? why?
   student projects
   payment, included or not?
   is payment just another service?
Wireless infrastructure based services for
conferences/ships/shopping center        fixed
                                                        service AP
 reliability and service guarantees                    offer 1
                                                         service
 what are the services actually? what TYPE of service? offer 2         supporting
                                                              service
   how to describe a service?                                offer 3
                                                                        3rd party
   device vs network centric approach                                  services
   showcases, testbeds, equipment, …
   new protocols and solutions
   influence of client mobility?
   demonstrations & prototypes?
   1st step: buy a cruse ship
   2nd step: sell services
   partners?
Discussion
 Meet other research groups:
  Gjøvik, Kjeller, NTNU/SINTEF, Bergen
 try a common approach for both #2+3?
 ADAPTIVE trust relation establishment
 adaptiveness at all layers
 Proposed scenarios:
  – Class Room (#1-3),
  – Conference & events (=many new relations), #2
     • sub-scenario personal relationship manager (address books),
  – Shopping mall (#3), residential home networks etc,
  – Medical applications (#3)
Proposed Project Titles
1. Virtual Distributed Class Room
2. Establishment and usage of trusted relations
   between wireless peers using
   adaptive short range communications
3. Establishment of trusted relations between
   wireless nodes and infrastructure service offers
   using adaptive short range communications
    could the class room fit into the others?
    try a common approach for both #2+3
    conference different from p2p?
    need to include usage to tackle class room scenario
    multicast?
    class room special aspects: “virtual distance” as predictor of performance
    #1 has specific problems on its own, #1 interesting for PEP?
    extend “virtual collaborative networks”
    next step?
    ADAPTIVE trust relation establishment                       requirements for involvement?
Proposed Projects
1.   Virtual Distributed Class Room
2.   Establishment and usage of trusted relations
     between wireless peers using
     adaptive short range communications
3.   Establishment of trusted relations between
     wireless nodes and infrastructure service offers
     using adaptive short range communications

     Identify SPECIFIC scenarios that fit into #2 and #3

     #2+3 as strategic directions, #1 as a scenario
     #2+3 not saying exactly what we do
     more scenarios: class room (known relations),
     #2 conference & events (=many new relations),
     #2 personal relationship manager (address books),
     #3 shopping mall, residential home networks etc,
     medical applications (#3)

     procedures that choose, e.g., protocols

     what is a virtual distributed class room? things we
     envsion?
                                                           requirements for involvement?
 Virtual Distributed Class Room
possible partners, sponsors?         physical room in Grimstad
                                     with virtual “extensions”
Tandberg ((conferencing)
                                     video conferencing
Telenor                              a combination of long-haul internet based comms
???                                  and wireless short range access, and ad-hoc networks

                                     teacher uses wireless equipment locally and the
                                     remote students are linked in via “internet”

                                     interactivity + comments

                                     security, routing, multicasting aspects

                                     this could be one of a portfolio of possible projects

                                     needed now:
                        supporting   describe scenario and requirements
                        3rd party    identify certain problem areas
                        services     make it more concrete

                                     relation to “Mobile Student” project
                                     can be applied to many other areas, e.g., CSCW
                                     re-phrase title?
Establishment of trusted relations
between wireless peers using
adaptive short range communications
                             what models? context?
                             application requirements?
                             adaptive modulation & coding?
                             adaptive applications to channel?
                             cross level considerations?
                             knowing the QoS req. of your application
                             but not the current state of the channel?
                             reliability? error handling techniques?
                             identify sub-projects to this scenario?
                             compression?
                             system viewpoints: attackers, weak points
                             resilience, robustness of relations, risk,
                             vulnerability
                             agent based modeling
                supporting   many opportunities for application
                3rd party     of adaptive automata
                services     operator aspects???
                             interesting for operators ?
Common Project Titles
 Establishment of trusted relations between
  wireless nodes and infrastructure service offers
  using adaptive short range communications
              fixed                     p2p self organizing aspects
               AP                       more intriguing
                                        p2p +
service                                 service offer +
offer 1                                 less associations, more risky
                                        context? in a shopping mall?
                                        lots of previous work
                                        #1 more challenging,
                                        #1 less computing power
   service                              #1 more accessible to research?
   offer 2                              #1 simpler
                                        #1+2 ok x2
                           supporting   #2 this is more complex
             service       3rd party
             offer 3       services
Relations to People, Things, & Services


                                         Access Network 2

               Name/Address                                      Fixed Service 1
               Space D,E,….
                              Name/Address
                                Space A

                                                            Home, Workplace
     Name/Address             Name/Address                  School, Sports Club, …
       Space C                  Space B

                                         Access Network 1


                                                                 Fixed Service 2
Grp 1 – Problem Statement Discussion

   device restrictions                          antenna configuration
     – notebook with multiple antennas           adaptive antennas?
   indoor – outdoor scenarios                   1 by 1 as a reference
     – meetings, conferences, lectures,          demonstrati9ng the benefits to the
       wireless video conference                  applications
     – seeing slides better at a conference      must take several scenarios
     – cars, campus, airport
   subprojects


   discussion
     – maybe also look at single antenna
       channels, studying multiple
       configuratiosn. 1,2,4, … antennas
Grp 2 – Problem Statement Discussion
   theoretical and applied branch of          working with simple concepts and
    research                                    getting more direct results for
   short-mid-long-term                         industry
   prime users? home market,                  2nd line with more academic
    shopping, schools, fishery support,         research
    crisis management                          what is relevant and unique
   subscenarios                                research?
   several approaches in parallel             clearly identify what kind of project
   invite external partners, industry to       we have before presentation to
    discuss problems, e.g., a research          industry
    WS with industry; we present our           outsiders become insiders …
    results, and use that as a basic for       cooperation with other research
    a discussion on cooperation                 institutions in Norway may be of
                                                mutual benefit, e.g., in the SHP
                                               JJG & PS links …
                                                        many important & relevant issues have
                                                         been brought up; more time needed to
                                                         turn this into a concrete WP; one
more discussion                                          common project a very ambitious goal;
                                                         tomorrow return to simple concepts;
   verdikt NTNU has SRC in the title                    reduce complexity
   what are our overlapping areas?                     interesting discussion, need more time
   share papers, cooperate on papers                    to digest ideas; define a certain app
                                                         situation that is sufficiently complex but
   inform each other about publications!
                                                         not too complex; should be more than 2
                                                         people working together! PS would like
   feedback                                             us to meet with his lab.
   fun, proceeding towards our goal                    moving in right direction; p2p projects
   a unified activity still a bit in the distance       no problem; met expectations
                                                        end of day have now 3-4 ideas for SRC
   it seems to be possible to find a common             project applications … whatever we do
    area where we can work, more … to find               here, we r better off with cooperating
    how to work together commonly                        with another group in Norway; NFR will
                                                         support that more easily; agent based
                                                         modelling could be of interest for
   definition of the interfaces, and how to             several grps here – interesting
    exchange information, still much more 2              methodology
    do
                                                        learned a lot; seen several promising
                                                         problems
Trusted Wireless Short Range Communications



                            Competence Nodes
Logistics
 Date:
  Start: Monday Feb.6:12.30
  End: Tuesday Feb.7:15:00

 Place:
  Strandhotel Fevik (proposed)
  with overnight stay

 Coffee + Food is included
  Feb 6: diner; Feb 7: breakfast + lunch
Participants
1.   Andreas Prinz (presentation)
2.   Vladimir Oleshchuk (presentation)
3.   Matthias Pätzold (presentation)
4.   Jose J. Gonzalez (presentation)
5.   Rolf Nossum (presentation)
6.   Pål Spilling
7.   Frank Reichert (presentation)
8.   Stein Bergsmark
9.   John Oomen / Ole-Ch. Granmos

not present
1.    Christian Jensen
2.    Per E. Pedersen
ECORN Workshop #1

 A GREAT Opportunity

  – to unite behind a common challenge

  – to learn from each other

  – to create unique results
                                     enable us to work as one WG
Expectations                         identify main elements of an ICT
                                      strategy
 hopefully automata may fit         info on ongoing activities, PhD
                                      degree award, UG campus, =
 system aspects                      university campus, JBU
 trusted WSRC, privacy               discussions about a center for
  find more overlap                   “applied research”, funding
  start cooperation in diff areas     secured, now ideas needed
 listen & learn                     Norwegian centers for experise.
                                      Hia shall participater in
  comment
                                      Grimstad, deadline is 17th
 clarification of the various        february, title “communication
  interfaces, main target, one        networks, technology, and
  aim, important parameters,          applications”, PEP, SB and JJG
  who does MIMO fit in?, what         as editing team, annual budget 14
  is “short Range”?, frequency?       MNOK/year, 50% by NFR, rest by
  mutual benefits                     HiA or oethers, core group = hia,
                                      teleca, ericsson (x2), mcp, agder
                                      energi, utrum(?), … SB represents
                                      HiA contribution
                                     first draft is written …
Expectations 2
 vision, finding something
  together, that we can all work
  on, somehow everything is
  connected indirectly, why not
  doing it directly, contributions
  from different areas, common
  direction
 topically: try and persuade
  you about context awareness
 organizationally: face2face
  cooperation, sitting together,
  how can we instantiate our
  cooperation
 socially/emotially: fun
  together, enjoy these two
  days
SB draws




                 Formal
       Mobile    Methods
       Comms

                           Agder IKT Senter
                           Agder PATS lab
            Security
                           Agder SmartLab (arild)
                           New: Agder Wireless Lab
                           Agder Mobility Lab
                           possibly: MIMO/SWR …
Day 1 – PROBLEM STATEMENT



       Trusted Wireless
 Short Range Communications
Day 2 – OUTCOME



       Trusted Wireless
 Short Range Communications
ECORN SHP Bullets
 ., user privacy and security; bootstrapping of ownership
  of devices; secure discovery of services and devices;
  trustful establishment of relations between users,
  networks, and services; distributed identity management;
  wireless ad-hoc protocols in a mixed infrastructure and
  peer-to-peer network; new mobile-to-mobile radio
  channel models and handling; combinations of multi-
  access and multi-homing for short-range and long-
  distance links; models and tools to abstract technical and
  business processes across system layers and business
  domains; architectures to describe, monitor, and enforce
  policies by all involved parties; new business models and
  operator opportunities; …
Before we start:



      Thank you for joining
       this common effort
And now it is your turn!

 what’s your problem?
Problem Statements/Discussion - Andreas
 channel, higher-level                accessibility
  protocols, security                     – top level
 overlaps are important                  – basic level, technologies in
 biz and user could be included            the internet, web mining, …
                                          – is accessibility the “right”
 types of models
                                            term?
 “complete” models
                                       model transformations
  change, handle, analyze,
  extract partial models               what is the profit, what is the
                                        benefit form the
 how to merge the semantics
                                        transformation? end up with a
 ?why channel? robustness?             more analyzable model, …
  availability? error models!
                                       derive essential parts to feed
  delays! traffic load! no infinite
                                        into model views (?)
  computing & communication
  resources in wireless system!        complexity? a complete
                                        system?
Problem Statements/Discussion - Rolf
 extract partial model             real-time decision support in
 merge partial models               some situation
                                    “phone quite mode in meeting
   context in ECORN                 rooms”
   “representations of context”    unknown context on “Mars”
   “elements of a structure”       new failure situations
   context in mobile               “John McCarthy” 1971 turing
     –   sensors                    combinations of context
     –   device state               6th Framework Ambient
     –   interfaces                  Networks project uses context
                                     awareness and managers
     –   sharing protocols
                                     managing different aspects of
     –   identity                    it
 “context widgets”                 start by writing a common
 “onthologies underlying your       workshop paper with each
  context space”                     ECORN colleague
 contextual reasoning              looking at the “dynamics” of
 re-action vs pro-action            the world
                                    application aspects of context?
                                    security, communication, &
                                     trust
Problem Statements/Discussion - Matthias
 the dilemma of modeling           system aspects? channel will
  channels, theoretical vs           affect total system behavior,
  simulation vs reality              robustness, security,
                                     performance
 MIMO – mobile2mobile
                                    we must define the interfaces
 development of error models        between activities
 using to model for certain        need requirements to make the
  scenarios of mobile to mobile      right models
 how are the different steps       some of the research could
  done (slide 9) … lots of           result into products with local
  mathematics                        industry
 possible cooperations outlined    e.g., how to use the insights on
                                     a mobile phone
                                    what type of systems and when
                                     – will we see MIMO first
                                    e.g. between cars, between
                                     notebooks, possible for mobile
                                     phones, …
                                    state of the work: still lots of
                                     research 2 do. currently only
                                     one party moving not both
Problem Statements/Discussion - Jose
 systems view
 weakest link                        context & applications
 look a the subsystem that           to what is ur area applicable?
  defines the problem                  network mgmt, organizations?
                                       organizations and their relation
 understand scenarios                 to technology
 threat context                      “security dynamics” and
  outside, insider, new                context?
  opportunities for insider attack
                                      interfaces? continuous
 will WSRC offer new                  improvement of what? security
  opportunities for insiders to        and safety
  attack
                                      what kind of questions do you
 continuous improvement               answer? e.g. risk/vulnerability
  process                              analysis – however there is no
 identifying applications             empirical basis for a “ standard
 project contacts                     approach” (?)
    – integrated operations           system stability and de-
      a step beyond e-operations       stabilization
    – scurity dynamics networks       operating stable in a “crisis”
    – complexity networks
 Norway-US cooperations
Problem Statements/Discussion - Ole
 learning, adaptive automata       maybe possibilities to apply to
                                     the peer 2 peer relation
 used in control problems           establishment problem
  feedback, learning, adaptive
  loop                              relation to control theory? what
                                     are the major approaches and
 areas: routing in mpls traffic     differences?
  engineering
                                    “stochastic search in parameter
 qos control in sensor networks     space”
 optical access control in         “learning automata have a
  wireless networks                  more “solid” mathematical basis
 optimal polling frequency
 ECORN opportunities               routing decisions in ad-hoc
   – trustfulness, robustness,       networks, traffic, trust, …
     security
                                    applicable to coding and
 multiple automata can              modulation schemes
  cooperate
Problem Statements/Discussion - Vladimir
 privacy problems                    how to determine that a certain
                                       level of privacy is provided?
 interaction involves giving away
  private data                        privacy matrix
 trust must be established           matching interests of two
                                       parties without giving away the
                                       whole profile and list of
 challenges                           constraints
 provides measures of privacy &      can you measure trust? e.g.
  trust                                trust can be between -1 and +1,
 solutions to empower users           and depends on time and
 privacy in data emination            context
 tradeoff netween privacy and        can the channel be included to
  trust                                measure its impact on trust
                                      trust properties of a channel?
 privacy realted to personal         dynamic adjustment of trust? is
  cotrol                               it programmable in advance?
                                      ….
 security related to organization
  control
Frank’s Main Problem Statement



      How to bootstrap relationships
                     using
    wireless short range communications?
Relations to People, Things, & Services


                                         Access Network 2

               Name/Address                                      Fixed Service 1
               Space D,E,….
                              Name/Address
                                Space A

                                                            Home, Workplace
     Name/Address             Name/Address                  School, Sports Club, …
       Space C                  Space B

                                         Access Network 1


                                                                 Fixed Service 2
   Privacy is difficult                                          MAC + Service
                                       Service 3                 tracing Database
                   Service 1
                          Service 2




                                                                   move(t)
Paris
Hilton

         triangulation
                              Paparazzi 2


                     Paparazzi 1

                           Session ID  const      Application Level

                           IP Address  const      Network Level
         Problem
                          MAC Address = const      Link Level
Privacy needs “groups” concepts
MySpace e-card                                            “Privacy” levels
                                        highest




                                        lowest




           [1] S. Patil, and J. Lai, ”Who Gets to Know What When: Configuring Privacy
           Permissions in an Awareness Application,” in Proc. SIGCHI’05, 2005, pp. 101-
           110.
Example: State-of-the-Art: SpotMe




                          source: Roger Mo ,Knut Jørgen Myre
                          IKT 590 2006 Master Thesis
                          “Wireless Personal Relationship Manager”
Example: Portable Media Player & Control




                               source: Andreas Häber, HiA IKT
Proposed Agenda – Feb 6-7
   Day 1- ECORN Motivation                   Day 2 – ECORN Vision & Outcome

   12.30 Coffee Reception/Check-in           08.30 Day 1 Summary
   13.00 Introduction, Meeting Goals         09.00 ECORN Vision & Outcome
   13.30 Problem Statements by               09.30 Group work (2 groups):
    some participant (10-15 minutes)              – key results
   14.45 Coffee Break                            – key deliverables
   15.00 Group work (2 groups):              10.30 Coffee Break
       – Definition of the overall            10.45 Presentation of results
         research problem                     11.15 Discussion
       – How do the subprojects link
         to the overall research problem
                                              12.00 Lunch
   17.00 Presentation of results             13.30 Conclusions & Next Steps
   17.40 Conclusion of day 1                 15.00 End
   19.00 Diner
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ECORN

 ECORN is a cooperation around a topic
  of common interest: Security for Wireless Systems

 Five connected research sub-projects
  - each linked to a possible new PhD position

 Meets regularly in common workshops
  to exchange insights from all IKT research activities

 Compiles insights into summary reports
  - and publications
Workshop Goals
 t.b.a

 Consensus on ECORN research area
 Consensus on ECORN outcome & vision
 Consensus on contributions & cooperation
Workshop Outcome
 t.b.a
Workshop Contributions
 t.b.a
ECORN PhD cluster positions
1.   The first position is related to
     “Security and Short Range
     Communications”. It relates closely
     to the High-level Abstraction.
2.   The second position is related to “High-level
     Abstraction and Security”. It takes into account short
     range communications.
3.   The third position is related to “Short-range
     communications and High-level abstraction”. It relates
     to business and user aspects.
4.   The fourth position is related to” Short-range
     communication and security”.
5.   Finally, the fifth position is about “Security and High-
     level abstraction”. It will also relate to business and
     user aspects.
 Time Plan (earlier proposed. to be modified)

 Oct. 2005                                Oct. 2006                     Oct. 2007                           Oct. 2007
   Project                             State-of-the-Art            Integrated Solutions                 Refined Solutions
                   March. 2006       & Solution Approach               for ECORN                          for ECORN
Specifications
                     Scenarios
                  & Requirements




Q4-2005     Q1-2006 Q2-2006 Q3-2006 Q4-2006       Q1-2007 Q2-2007 Q3-2007 Q4-2007              Q1-2008 Q2-2008 Q3-2008




   Feb. 2006               Sept. 2006                                 Sept. 2007                          Sept. 2008
   Workshop 1              Workshop 2                               1st Workshop                        2nd Workshop
 “Requirements”        Integrated Security                 Solutions for Integrated Security   Solutions for Integrated Security
                     in Multilayer Systems                      in Multilayer Systems               in Multilayer Systems
Deliverables (for discussion. t.b.discussed)


   Sept. 2005   – Project Specification Draft
   Feb. 2006    – Workshop on ECORN Scenarios & Requirements
   Mar. 2006    – Summary Report: Scenarios & Requirements
   Sept. 2006   – Workshop on Error Handling in Multilayer systems
   Oct. 2006    – Summary Report: Error Handling in Multilayer systems
   Sept. 2006   – 1st Workshop on Solutions for ECORN systems
   Oct. 2006    – Summary Report: Solutions for ECORN systems
   Sept. 2007   – 2nd Workshop on Solutions for ECORN systems
   Oct. 2007    – Final Project Summary Report