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Revision as of 15:50, 26 January 2010

This article presents a summary of research groups at universities and other institutes (many inside Europe) which focus on Network Management research and Network Management software development:

Professional organizations

  • IFIP WG6.6 - IFIP WG6.6 on management of Networks and Distributed Systems
  • The CNOM Web - Committee on Network Operation and Management.
  • COMSOC - The IEEE Communications Society

Research groups of the IRTF

  • Network management - The Network Management Research Group (NMRG) provides a forum for researchers to explore new technologies for the management of the Internet. In particular, the NMRG will work on solutions for problems that are not yet considered well understood enough for engineering work within the IETF.


Country University Research Group
Belgium Ghent University
France INRIA - Nancy MADYNES - INRIA - Nancy
Germany Jacobs University Bremen Computer Networks and Distributed Systems
Germany University of Federal Armed Forces Munich Munich Network Management Team
Germany Ludwig-Maximilian University Munich (LMU) Munich Network Management Team
Ireland Trinity College Dublin Knowledge and Data Engineering Group
Ireland Waterford Institute of Technology Telecommunications Software & Systems Group
The Netherlands University of Twente Design and Analysis of Communication Systems
Norway Oslo University College
Spain Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya MAPS - Management, Pricing and Services in Next Generation Networks
Sweden KTH, Royal Institute of Technology Laboratory for Communication Networks
Switzerland University of Zurich Communication Systems Group
United Kingdom University College London Networks and Services Research Laboratory
United Kingdom Imperial College Distributed Software Engineering