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Nfa workshop introductions_wdonnelly
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Nfa workshop introductions_wdonnelly
Nfa workshop introductions_wdonnelly
Nfa workshop introductions_wdonnelly
Nfa workshop introductions_wdonnelly
Nfa workshop introductions_wdonnelly
Nfa workshop introductions_wdonnelly
Nfa workshop introductions_wdonnelly
Nfa workshop introductions_wdonnelly
Nfa workshop introductions_wdonnelly
Nfa workshop introductions_wdonnelly
Nfa workshop introductions_wdonnelly
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  • 1. •  Networking for Financial Applications Workshop!Dr.  Willie  Donnelly    VP  Research  WIT  Director  TSSG  
  • 2. Telecommunications Software and Systems GroupCentre of Excellence •  140 Full-time Research Fellows" •  25 PhD students " •  SFI Strategic Research Cluster" •  Leading Irish Institute in EU Framework Programme" •  14 Start-ups (60 Jobs)" •  60M Euro research funding (1998-2010)"
  • 3. Research Priorities •  IMS" Pervasive •  Context Aware" Services" •  Smart Space" Energy EfficientSecurity •  Service composition" NetworksTrustPrivacy •  Policy Management" NanoDependability Autonomic •  Information Modelling" Communication •  Network Management" Networks" •  Autonomic Services" •  Bio-inspired models" •  P2P" •  Wireless Sensor" Networking" •  Resource Management (Routing)" •  Quality of Service"
  • 4. Research  Unit  –  Research  Areas  (I)   Data  Mining  &  Social   Bio-­‐Inspired  Networking   CompuEng  •  Resource and dynamic routing for fixed and wireless •  Social Networking Analysis: network and matrix networks.   theory.  •  Multimedia networks and content management (e.g. •  Predictive Analysis: Classification, Clustering & IPTV)." Association rules mining."•  Cooperative protocols for wireless devices." •  Data Warehousing: ETL, star and snowflake•  Service management for the Future Internet." schemas."•  Green communication networks and data centres." •  Semantic Analysis: Knowledge representations,•  Smart electricity grids." Annotation, Meaning Discovery, Ontology matching."•  Molecular and Nano scale communication." •  Context Awareness: Information & Data Modelling, Location Based, Smart Spaces, Context Federation & Brokerage." •  Preferences & Personalisation: Dynamic and static Preference modelling." 4"
  • 5. Research  Unit  –  Research  Areas  (II)   Integrated  Services   Security   Infrastructure  Management  •  Distributed trust and reputation management: •  Full lifecycle of integrated services: Development, Trust principals for use in single service, a discovery, deployment, activation, monitoring, and number of independent services, and more execution.   complex service configurations.   •  Inter-discipline service management research: Fuse•  Access control for secure services: Scalable emerging practices of the modern web with the traditional framework for secure service composition." understanding of services management as embodied in•  Identity, Privacy and Data Protection the telecommunications domain." technologies: Identity management/provisioning •  Cognitive mechanisms: Combine management that is privacy preserving and compliant with techniques to include cognitive mechanisms." data protection legislation for the Future Internet •  Federation: Flexible mechanisms and tools to provide across networks, services and applications." trusted federations."•  Service policy continuity: Enabling the •  Virtual infrastructure & Cloud Computing: Software as a enforcement of security." Service, Platform as a Service and Infrastructure as a•  Coordination of national/international research Service." and policy aspects of trust and security: being at the forefront in driving important coordination activities."•  Protection of critical infrastructures: Securing critical infrastructures including financial infrastructures and looking at other infrastructures (energy, transportation etc.)" 5"
  • 6. Internet as a Critical Infrastructure Education" Entertainment "Technology Neutral Customisable E-health" E-community "Consumer Driven Services E-commerce " E-government"Seamless Mobility Presence Defining the Digital Society
  • 7. CIM CICI MMCIMCI CIM M CICI CI CI MM M M
  • 8. Global Strategic Partners
  • 9. Challenges•  The financial services industry is believed to be on the verge of a dramatic revolution, prompted by regulatory requirements, the desire for greater stability and more powerful ICT [source: Frankfurt House of Finance, 2008]"•  eFinance is already transforming how banks do business (e.g. online only banks)"•  Many challenges to address" –  Lack of standards (apart from FIX)" –  Solutions du jour" –  Compliance issues (BASEL II, SOLVENCY II)" –  Wave of IT and engineering talent driving “market innovation” [source: Credit Suisse]"•  Need for better Information systems"
  • 10. What we will do! (1)•  Apply Telecoms R&D to financial Information systems" –  Specialised  Operations  Management  software;   New  protocols  and   models  for  the  interchange  of  financial  data;   " –  Frameworks  for  the  evaluation  of  the  suitability  of  IT  technologies  for   particular  challenges  in  terms  of  functional  requirements  and  non-­ functional  aspects  such  as  security  and  performance (e.g. benchmarking);   " –  Automated  and  semantically­aware  mechanisms  for  the  dynamic  and   static  composition  of  financial  services;  " –  Communications  and  Algorithmic  innovations  to  improve  the   performance  and  scalability  of  financial  systems;   "
  • 11. What we will do! (2)•  Automated  mechanisms  supporting  compliance  issues  across  the  value   chain"•  Resource management and optimisation systems  responding to  Green IT   issues.  "•  Develop Inter-disciplinary research projects for MSc by research"•  Create an Industrial Advisory Board"•  Seek industrial sponsorship"•  EI research shows strong industrial demand. "
  • 12. FIDES Centre •  Industry driven structure: Promote awareness of ICT landscape"Funding R&D StrategyAgencies EU Advisory Board" CorporateFramework SponsorsProgramm e," SFI," € Centre Manager Technology Sponsors"Enterprise Dedicated Research Staff Ireland, R&D Projects etc." MSc & internships & PhD students Banking Sponsors" Entrepreneurship CentreAcademicPartners" Academic Intellectual Property, Support Licensing, Seminar, Reports, Workshops MSc programmes
  • 13. FIDES•  Look forward to creating partnerships " –  Industry " –  Academia" –  Agencies " 13"
  • 14. Advisory Board•  Advisory Board will provide strategic direction for the centre"•  Advisory Board Expertise should cover" •  Retail banking" •  Financial Education" •  Corporate finance" •  Investment Banking &Financial Engineering" •  Financial Infrastructure Provision (e.g. specialised network equip)" •  Venture Capital (incubation space)" •  Information Systems supporting Banking (major ICT players)" •  Insurance"
  • 15. Thanks for Coming 15"

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