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NSF awards grants to US-Japan partnership projects for next-generation networking technologies

February 3rd, 2014 / in Uncategorized / by Ann Drobnis

nsf_logo_new_transparentIn May of 2013, we reported that the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) of Japan signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU), facilitating a partnership on research in networking technology and systems enabling future Internet/new-generation networks.  The first round of awards through the Japan-U.S. Network Opportunity (JUNO) program have been announced.

From the Press Release:

The seven awards aim to explore fundamental aspects of next-generation computer networks, investigating how to scale these networks to support trillions of network-connected devices and objects.

2014 JUNO Awards

Virtual Mobile Cloud Network for Realizing Scalable, Real-Time Cyber Physical Systems

Principal Investigator: Dipankar Raychaudhuri; Co-Principal Investigator: Ivan Seskar, Yanyong Zhang, Rutgers University, New Brunswick

Energy-Efficient Hyper-Dense Wireless Networks with Trillions of Devices

Principal Investigators: Walid Saad, University of Miami; Ismail Guvenc, Florida International University

Cost-Effective and Scalable Architectures for Multi-Granular Optical Networks

Principal Investigator: Suresh Subramaniam, George Washington University

Cognitive Security: A New Approach to Securing Future Large Scale and Distributed Mobile Applications

Principal Investigator: Wenjing Lou; Co-Principal Investigator: Thomas Hou, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

ACTION: Applications Coordinating with Transport, IP, and Optical Networks

Principal Investigators: Andrea Fumagalli, University of Texas at Dallas; Malathi Veeraraghavan, University of Virginia; Co-Principal Investigator: Miguel Razo, Marco Tacca, University of Texas at Dallas

Location-Based Forwarding and ID-Based Routing (LORIF) for the Future Internet

Principal Investigators: Lixin Gao, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Feng Wang, Liberty University, Inc.

Service Offering Model and Versatile Network Resource Grooming for Optical Packet and Circuit Integrated Networks

Principal Investigator: Rudra Dutta, North Carolina State University

NSF awards grants to US-Japan partnership projects for next-generation networking technologies

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