Call for Papers
1 May 2012
Paper submission deadline
17 Dec 2012
Acceptance Notifications
28 Feb 2013
Camera ready papers
15 Apr 2013
1-4 July 2013

Keynote speakers

Peter Reichl, Ph. D.
Professor at Université Européenne de Bretagne,
Rennes, France and University of Vienna, Austria
Towards Future Communications Ecosystems -
Where Technology Meets Microeconomics and the User


Research in telecommunications evolves more and more beyond traditional communications engineering and integrates the perspectives of a broad variety of stakeholders covering the entire value network into a joint holistic framework. In this talk, we will discuss key aspects of the resulting communication ecosystem and highlight some recent advances in the area of Quality of Experience as a pivotal example for the related multidisciplinary research approach.


Peter Reichl has been studying mathematics, physics and philosophy in Munich and Cambridge (UK). After finishing his PhD studies in Computer Science at Aachen University of Technology and ETH Zurich, in 2001 he became member of the FTW Telecommunications Research Center Vienna (Austria) where he was responsible for the "User-centered Interaction and Communication Economics" group. Dr. Reichl has published more than 100 journal and conference papers in the areas of telecommunication economics, user perception of telecommunication services and Quality-of-Experience, next generation networks and future mobile networks and services. Following his habilitation at TU Graz (Austria), he became holder of the SISCOM and RBUCE WEST International Research Chairs on "Network-based Information and Communication Ecosystems" (NICE) at Université Européenne de Bretagne in Rennes (France) for the period 2010-2014. In 2011, he has been appointed Professor for Networking Technology at Aalto University Helsinki (Finland), and from 2013 onwards he will be affiliated with the University of Vienna as Full Professor for Computer Science ("Cooperative Systems").

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