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PhD Thesis IEEE/ABB Award

We are proud to announce that our recent University of Genoa PhD Jane Frances Pajo, currently Post-Doc at the S2N CNIT National Laboratory in Genoa, has received the "Women In Engineering - IEEE Italy Section ABB Award" for her PhD Thesis "Enabling Scalable and Sustainable Softwarized 5G Environments".
The award ceremony took place within the framework of the 5th International Forum on Research and Technologies for Society and Industry (IEEE RTSI 2019) in Florence, Italy, on 11 September 2019.

MATILDA at the Ericsson Tech Day in Athlone, Ireland

MATILDA is present at the Ericsson Tech Day, organized in Athlone, Ireland.
At the "Rome" meeting Room all day demo presentation of the MATILDA WIM path computation and resource selection engine, specifically conceived in compliance with the framework requirements and provided with a refined dashboard appositely enriched for this particular event.
Presentation of the MATILDA framework in the most important European Industrial Innovation event yearly organized by Ericsson at the presence of tens of worldwide telecommunications providers comprising all the biggest and most important ones.

5G-PPP SoftNet WG whitepaper

The last whitepaper from the 5G-PPP SoftNet Working Group, of which MATILDA is part, is now online.

MATILDA at EuCNC 2019

MATILDA will be present at EuCNC 2019 and will showcase the use of Vertical Application Orchestrator (VAO), OSS and OSM/NFV capabilities supported by the MATILDA framework to build and run two distinctive industrial vertical applications, from Media (5GPACE) and Public Safety (5G PPDR) domains.
Moreover it will present the poster entitled "MATILDA: A Value Proposition for Telecommunication Service Providers for Vertical Applications' Integration in a 5G -Ecosystem", the technical paper "Definition and Evaluation of Latency in 5G with Heterogeneous Use Cases and Architectures" (joint paper with NGPaaS, 5GCity, and MATILDA) and the Smart City (noisy neighbour) demo (at the SliceNet booth) that integrates work from SliceNet and MATILDA projects to show inter-slice resources conflict mitigation, by onboarding an application in the Marketplace, deploying 2 slices and providing an ML model that monitors slice-level metrics, predicts service-level degradation, and locates its source.

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The MATILDA project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No.761898 (Innovation Action).

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