CNR was involved in the Global Internet governance matters at international level since the ARPAnet times. Now, the IIT institute is the promoter, within CNR, of a new multi-disciplinary research project on Internet governance to study questions that are coming from the evolving needs of the global Internet and are connected to technical standardization, to resource allocation and assignment, to legal and regulatory matters, to public policy and societal issues, to technologies, practices and to the evolving needs of the global Internet. While we are coming from a technological background, we recognize that it is important to work with all stakeholders from all sectors to achieve the fullest benefits of the Internet for all participants in the global network.
Web has revolutionized our society, creating new challenges and opportunities by making information available to wider sectors of the population than ever before.
The expertise in the design and analysis of algorithms, graph theory and information retrieval developed by our group has been applied to improving aspects of the World Wide Web (WWW) Technol
This line of research addresses the security of distributed services and systems, with particular emphasis towards the Future Internet.
This line of research includes the design and the development of models, methodologies and tools for the analysis, verification, and simulation of the security and trust properties of complex commu
This activity explores highly innovative paradigms for the Future Internet.
Internet-related energy consumption is a increasingly significant portion of total energy consumption in the major industrialized countries. Internet was designed without considering its impact on energy, resulting in high economic and social costs; thus future Internet design must also take into consideration any constraints and costs related to energy consumption.
Seventh Annual Internet Governance Forum Meeting was held in Baku, Azerbaijan from 6-9 November 2012. The main theme of the 2012 IGF annual meeting was “Internet Governance for Sustainable Human, Economic and Social Development”.
The third edition of the Internet Governance Forum Italia (IGF Italia) was held on 29 and 30 November 2010, in Rome, at the National Research Council (CNR), and it was sponsored and organized by the Province of Rome, CNR, NEXA Center for Internet and Society 'of the Polytechnic of Turin, the Italy Chapter of ISOC.
As in previous years, the IGF Italy has represented a relevant national debate on the issues of the Network, also in order to promote the participation of the Italian community to the European (EuroDIG) and international organizations (UN IGF) which deal the Governance of the Internet.
After the IGF Italia editions of Cagliari, Pisa and Rome, the town of Trento hosts the fourth edition of the Internet Governance Forum Italia, scheduled from 10 to 12 November 2011.
The sixth edition of the Internet Governance Forum Italia (IGF Italy) has taken place on November 25, 2014, in Rome. It was promoted and organized by the Italian Chamber of Deputies (host), the Parliamentary Intergroup for Innovation, the Ministry of Economic Development, the Agency for Digital Italy, the National Research Council, Lazio Region, Italy Chapter of ISOC
Two issues on which to focus the work day: the present and future situation of Internet Governance in Italy and the wide and complex issue of the rights on the Net.
The Internet of Things (IoT) vision entails the integration within the Internet of billions of objects and artefacts with communication and computing capabilities.
Società Intenet is the Italy Chapter of the Internet Society and acts primarily at the national level with the aim of spreading the culture of the Internet and of promoting the development of the technology. ISOC's mission is the development and universal dissemination of Internet. For more information browse here http://www.isoc.it
Ubiquitous networks are a key element of the Future Internet since they guarantee users access to Internet services anytime, anywhere, without any pre-existing network infrastructure. Users’ devices (cell phones, palm computers, mp3 readers, etc.) will not only connect to the Internet to access information, but will actually become part of the network itself, providing content and services by means of the emerging peer-to-peer paradigm (e.g. eMule and BitTorrent).
Self-organizing network technologies (MANET, mesh, vehicular, sensor and opportunistic networks ) enable networks that can extend Internet services on-demand, building commu
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) uses radio waves to permit the automatic identification of objects, people and animals.
Within the Future Internet framework, this line of research addresses the privacy and security of mobile devices such as the so called smart phones, e.g., mobile phones with a significant communica
The merging between Social Networking and ubiquitous networking is an exciting example of cyber-physical convergence, whereby interactions and actions in the cyber world (Online Social Networks) an
Il GARR (Gruppo per l'Armonizzazione delle Reti della Ricerca) viene costituito alla fine degli anni '80 con lo scopo di rappresentare organicamente la comunità scientifica delle Università e degli Enti Pubblici di Ricerca italiani nelle attività di realizzazione, gestione e ricerca delle reti informatiche.
Società Internet is the Italian chapter of the Internet Society; Società Internet deal with promoting the Internet and its culture, and defend its values and interests in political and business venues. For more information please surf on http://www.isoc.it
Italy participation in the ICANN Governmental Advisory Committee
Since 1999 Stefano Trumpy - expert Institute of Informatics and Telematics of CNR - acts as Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC) member for Italy within ICANN. During the XIV leg. (2004-2006), the Ministry Maurizio Gasparri confirmed Stefano Trumpy as Italian GAC member.
This activity is for evaluating the factibility of starting a new national project call Internet Governance Project to study the future Global Internet Governance issues
Publications and editorial products until 01/01/2016
Publications and editorial products from the 01/01/2016
Presentations and Demos