JRA2: Emergence Theories and Design          Methodologies                     Kick-off Meeting           Brussels, 21-22 ...
WP Objectives Bring together various communities involved  in the design of Internet solutions Increase the understandin...
WP Tasks R2.1 Distilling Design methodologies R2.2 Developing a Set of Design Tools R2.3 Exemplifying Use of Design Too...
R2.1 Distilling Design methodologies   Engage with individual design communities   Develop growing repository of methodo...
R2.2 Developing a Set of Design Tools   Development of design tools       help the wider multi-disciplinary community to...
R2.2 Developing a Set of Design Tools   Examples       Model the social impact of the adoption of a technical solution  ...
R2.3 Exemplifying Use of Design Tools   Illustrate and exemplify the ability to understand and reason    over design (dec...
WP Action List for the 1st Year D2.1.1: Repository of methodologies, design tools  and use cases (M18)     first draft e...
Interdependencies with other WPs Strong relations with JRA1 and JRA3 as the „foundational JRAs‟ Relations with other JRA...
WP Impact Develop a holistic notion of a Design Science   Scientificreasoning over design choices   Qualitative as well...
Issues to be discussed and decided Workshop on “Thinking Architecturally”   Aims  at bringing together various design   ...
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The Network of Excellence in Internet Science aims to achieve a deeper multidisciplinary understanding of the Internet as a societal and technological artefact.
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Network of Excellence in Internet Science (JRA2, Emerging Theories and Design Methodologies, D. Trossen, UCAM)

  1. 1. JRA2: Emergence Theories and Design Methodologies Kick-off Meeting Brussels, 21-22 December 2011 Dirk Trossen (UCAM) Network of FP7-ICT-2011.1.6-288021 EINS Excellence in Internet Science
  2. 2. WP Objectives Bring together various communities involved in the design of Internet solutions Increase the understanding of how various design methodologies relate to each other Distill a set of rigorous design methods that are directly anchored into a deep scientific understanding Gather a set of tools (from existing efforts in this space) Inform the various stakeholders EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  3. 3. WP Tasks R2.1 Distilling Design methodologies R2.2 Developing a Set of Design Tools R2.3 Exemplifying Use of Design Tools EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  4. 4. R2.1 Distilling Design methodologies Engage with individual design communities Develop growing repository of methodologies  used in communities such as user experience, sociology, economics, governance, networks, physics, and many others Clarify their standing in the overall problem space of system design as well as the specific needs they address Partners: UCAM, UPMC, ALB, UoS, NKUA, UNI PASSAU, ULANC, SOTON EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  5. 5. R2.2 Developing a Set of Design Tools Development of design tools  help the wider multi-disciplinary community to go about its holistic challenge of (scientifically) designing solutions and arguing about their viability on the basis of a set of rigorous methodologies Push the boundaries of design beyond the often stove- piped solutions that are abound Study methodologies and general frameworks  model the interplay between social and technical aspects in the design of the future Internet Partners: UCAM, CNR, IBBT, UoS, NKUA, TCLR, UNI PASSAU, ULANC EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  6. 6. R2.2 Developing a Set of Design Tools Examples  Model the social impact of the adoption of a technical solution • Expected input: game theory  Perform quantitative evaluation for a certain business model • Expected input: investment analysis study  Capture the various conflicts (tussles) that impact the viability of a given design or a set of design choices under a varying set of possible evolution scenarios • Expected input: system dynamics Such development is an ambitious goal  Requires tight interaction between researchers in the areas of human social sciences and ICT  Will take stock from existing activities in this area, identify areas for further research between the different disciplines, and pursue innovative research in order to become a point of reference EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  7. 7. R2.3 Exemplifying Use of Design Tools Illustrate and exemplify the ability to understand and reason over design (decisions) through a set of use cases  A set of interesting design questions will be identified  Provide meaningful answers based on the developing design methodologies Possible use cases  FTTH, community networks, pervasive sensing, mobile network deployments, eHealth, retail, transportation, and many others.  Another set of use cases can be drawn from the various efforts in FI architectures such as pursued in CCN/NDN, FP7 PURSUIT, FP7 SAIL or others Partners: UCAM, UPMC, UoS, IBBT, CERTH EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  8. 8. WP Action List for the 1st Year D2.1.1: Repository of methodologies, design tools and use cases (M18)  first draft expected MS10: Year 1 progress – Contribution to the Roadmap of the Internet Science for FP8 and Survey of the current methodologies (M12) Workshop on “Thinking Architecturally”  See more later EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  9. 9. Interdependencies with other WPs Strong relations with JRA1 and JRA3 as the „foundational JRAs‟ Relations with other JRAs driven by  Methodologies (and communities applying them)  Use cases EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  10. 10. WP Impact Develop a holistic notion of a Design Science  Scientificreasoning over design choices  Qualitative as well as quantitative! Outreach to wider design community  Move FAR beyond computer science Cross-inform communities about growing set of methodologies EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  11. 11. Issues to be discussed and decided Workshop on “Thinking Architecturally”  Aims at bringing together various design communities in an attempt to cross-fertilize the required understanding when "thinking architecturally" in the context of large-scale multi-stakeholder systems  The expected outcome will feed into a growing taxonomy of design methodologies and it will seed the repository of design methodologies  Originally proposed in relation to SEA3  Target timeframe: Q2/2012 EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
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