Green Networking Competence Center Technologie informacyjne i telekomunikacyjne (ICT)

The aim of the Green Networking Competence Center is development, analysis and dissemination of solutions for future energy aware networking. Area of the Centers’ interest includes, but is not limited to:

  • Energy efficient data centers
  • Optimization of energy consumption in cloud environments
  • Minimization of energy consumption in wired and wireless networks
  • Reliability of energy-aware networks and clouds
  • Risk management in green networks
  • Software Defined Networking and Cloud Orchestration Software for green networking
  • Designing any ICT mechanisms that can reduce energy consumption in other sectors

The Centers’ members are actively working in a research program of GreenTouch consortium aimed at developing mechanisms that reduce networks energy consumption and in Switching and TRansmission (STAR) project. The STAR project, under CHIST-ERA ERA-Net Programme, aims at developing, among others, mechanisms to reduce carbon dioxide emission of cloud infrastructure and energy-aware reliability solutions in optical networks. Moreover, in RESCUE project, links-on-the-fly technology for Robust, Efficient and Smart Communication in Unpredictable Environments is developed by members of the Center.

The staff members of the Center worked in several projects in 5th, 6th and 7th Framework Programs as well as in COST projects. Currently, the Center staff is taking part in many national and international projects under the umbrella of European Defense Agency (EDA), Eureka and H2020 frameworks.


Green Networking Technology Center contact details:


Artur Lason

AGH University of Science and Technology

Al. Mickiewicza 30,

30-059 Krakow,


Tel. +48 12 617 40 37

e-mail: lason@kt.agh.edu.pl


(Polski) 1. Projekty:
Projekt Star: http://kt.agh.edu.pl/pl/projekt/581
Projekt SDNRoute: http://kt.agh.edu.pl/pl/projekt/810

2. Publikacje:
A. Energy-aware fog and cloud interplay supported by wide area software defined networking http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7511451/
B. Energy aware routing and aggregation in multilayer optical networks http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/6602955/
C. Fitting green anycast strategies to cloud services in WDM hybrid power networks http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7037198/
D.Anycast routing for carbon footprint reduction in WDM hybrid power networks with data centers
E. Assessment of a power capping strategy in a multilayer network with a variable number of green nodes
F. Dynamic power capping for multilayer hybrid power networks http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7037186/

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