Sponsors

Fraunhofer FOKUS

The Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems FOKUS researches and develops mobile communication systems in wireless and wired networks. FOKUS engineers the modules that enable the complete seamless integration of technology with end devices and the deployment of open flexible communication services and applications. For 10 years now research and development at FOKUS has been driven by the vision of I-centric Communication. Actually the new research domain of Autonomic Communication has emerged, based on a new paradigm for Next Generation Networks.
http://www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/

TU Berlin

The Technische Universitšt Berlin, with some 29,500 students, is one of the largest German Institutes of Technology. In contrast to most other such institutions it offers a wide range of subjects. In addition to the core subjects in natural sciences and engineering, the TU Berlin also has faculties and institutes specialising in planning, humanities, social sciences and economics. In the Berlin region it offers the widest range of engineering options.
http://www.tu-berlin.de/
http://www.oks.cs.tu-berlin.de/

DoCoMo Communications Laboratories Europe GmbH

DoCoMo Communications Laboratories Europe GmbH (DoCoMo Euro-Labs) was established in November 2000 in Munich, Germany, in order to conduct research on leading mobile communications technologies that can respond to the requirements of a highly advanced multimedia age. DoCoMo Euro-Labs is committed to collaborate with operators, vendors, universities and research institutes in Europe, and contribute to the R&D activities on IMT-2000 and beyond IMT-2000 systems to ensure their further development.
http://www.docomoeurolabs.de/



Institutional Support

IEEE Communications Society

Technically sponsored by IEEE Technical Committee on Personal Communications (TCPC).

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Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF)

The WWRF is a global organisation, which was founded in August 2001. Members of the Forum are: manufacturers, network operators/service providers, R&D centres, universities, small and medium enterprises. The Forum will identify and scope research issues relevant to future mobile and wireless communications, including pre-regulatory impact assessments. The WWRF invites world-wide participation and is open to all actors. The Forum provides a global platform for discussion of results, exchange of views to initiate global cooperation towards systems beyond 3G.
http://www.wireless-world-research.org/

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