IMDEA Networks strives to have an impact on the media as an optimal channel for our work to reach the general public. We believe that science should be useful to society and help resolve the more pressing problems of its community. Thus, our goal is to go beyond the scientific community and communicate and interact with those who are the ultimate beneficiaries of our scientific results.
- IMDEA Networks in European 5G scientific mission to Taiwan
- IMDEA Networks joins international 5G scientific mission to Korea
- 5TONIC announces first 5G Start-up Competition at South Summit 2016
- Viability tests of Ericsson’s pre-commercial 5G technology
- 5G will transform the way we perceive and relate to the world around us
- IMDEA Networks joins European 5G scientific delegation to Brazil
- Arturo Azcorra explains future 5G communications on Radio Exterior de España
- Arturo Azcorra tells us how 5G technology will change our lives
- El 5G toma forma: desarrollo de pruebas de concepto de los bloques de construcción del 5G
- Telefónica Invites Cohere Technologies to Join 5TONIC Lab
- Video-interview to Arturo Azcorra at EuCNC2016
- University Carlos III of Madrid joins 5TONIC lab
- 5TONIC, a networking lab
- CommScope joins 5TONIC lab
- 5G Networks: The Last Piece of the Puzzle of Global Hyperconnectivity
- INTEL new member of 5TONIC, Spain's first laboratory of 5G excellence
- UC3M Master and Specialist Students are setting the 5TONIC laboratory in motion
- Radio Interview with Arturo Azcorra about future 5G technologies
- CROWD sets the pillars of 5G communications
- Telefónica signs multilateral agreements to boost 5G Technologies in Spain
- 5TONIC, an open 5G Networks Research and Innovation Laboratory
- Telefónica and IMDEA Networks announce the opening of 5TONIC
- IMDEA Networks key partner in 5G program launched by Ericsson
- ¡JOIN project speeds up mobile traffic
- IMDEA Networks working on ultrafast 5G mobile broadband in milimetre wave bands
- 5GPPP 5G-Crosshaul project, explained by Arturo Azcorra
- European industrial and academic partners join to develop the integrated fronthaul and backhaul solution for 5G Networks
- A look beyond 5G communication networks and services
- Industry and academia in Europe develop together a multiservice mobile network architecture for the 5G era
- The connectivity of the future
- The Mobile World Congress marks the official commencement of the 5G era
- Arturo Azcorra elected Chairman of the 5G Expert Group from the ETP NetWorld 2020
- 5G: the new generation of mobile networks for the Internet of the future
- IMDEA Networks to showcase 5G research results to EU Digital Economy and Society Commissioner
- Re-imagining the network
- 5G Networks: the communications revolution. By Arturo Azcorra
- 5G is NOT 4G+1
- 5G networks: futuristic communications for users of the present
- 5G Networks: the communications revolution
- Arturo Azcorra joins the Partnership Board of the 5G Infrastructure Association in Europe
- The 'epicentre' of all networks
- CROWD selected "early 5G precursor project"
- The 5G Network Revolution
- Joint Research Unit created to research 5G
- A network one thousand times faster
- IMDEA Networks joins European effort to create 5G
- 2 Spaniards win gold for European science of networks
- 6 Spaniards bid for European science gold
False View research results from IMDEA Networks and UC3M impact advertising industry and society widely
Researchers from IMDEA Networks, UC3M, NEC Labs Europe and Politecnico of Torino have reached striking results in their recently published paper Understanding the detection of fake view fraud in Video Content Portals. For the first time, it has been demonstrated that video portals are very vulnerable to fraud by fake views from robots (bots).
In the wake of the impactful research results published by Researchers from IMDEA Networks and University Carlos III of Madrid (UC3M), and not least the huge media impact they brought with them, the Minister of Education, Youth and Sports in the Community of Madrid, Rafael van Grieken, visited Friday 16 October the Institute with a view to learning more about the research results and the general research work carried out by IMDEA Networks.
Half of the news that appear on Twitter as “trending topics” goes unmentioned in the traditional news media, and when both sources carry the same stories, 60% appear first on the social network. These are some of the conclusions of a study which analyses the dissemination of news on Twitter compared with the traditional media.
During the international IEEE P2P conference in September 2013 in Italy, a team of researchers from Institute Mines-Télécom SudParis, Carlos III University of Madrid, the University of Oregon and the IMDEA Networks Institute, published a scientific article on the development of P2P downloads in France since the Hadopi law. The press release about these findings, originally published by Télécom SudParis, has had significant repercussion on French media.
Read here the news item. The full version of the scientific publication is available at “Investigating the Reaction of BitTorrent Content Publishers to Anti-Piracy Actions”.
Interview with Antonio Fernández Anta and Agustín Santos Méndez, both researchers at IMDEA Networks Institute, in the Spanish TV news program “Los desayunos de TVE”, about the role of Internet and social networks on political campaigns, within the context of the final run-up of the campaign for the 2012 United States presidential elections, with current President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney as main presidential candidates. The program was shown the 6th of November 2012.
- Source/s: RTVE , La 2 (Channel 2 of Radio Televisión Española). Program: Los desayunos de TVE - Albert Rivera, presidente de Ciutadans (see minute 21 for interviews).
Report on the media impact of the joint publication by IMDEA Networks Institute, the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Technische Universität Darmstadt and the University of Oregon
The media repercussion of the publication "Is Content Publishing in BitTorrent Altruistic or Profit Driven?" presented at one of the leading international conferences on network research - the ACM CoNEXT 2010 held in San Diego, California (USA) from the 30 November to 3 December was dramatically enhanced at both a national and international level due to two news items: the first sent out by the Press and Public Relations Service at the IMDEA Networks Institute and posted on our website to coincide with the conference kick-off, and the second sent out by the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), which appeared in madrimasd's "notiweb".
Study indicates BitTorrent publishers dominated by profit motive
IMDEA Networks Institute - 26/11/2010
Due to the publication of both news items and the work carried out by the IMDEA Networks Institute and the UC3M to maximize their take up, foremost national and international media echoed the results of this joint study led by the UC3M, the IMDEA Networks Institute, UTechnische Universität Darmstadt (TUD) and the University of Oregon. The news was carried online (in news boards, articles and blogs), in print (magazines) and the audiovisual media (in news reports and interviews that appeared on various national television channels).
The authors of the study
Ruben Cuevas (Univ. Carlos III de Madrid), Michal Kryczka (IMDEA Networks Institute and Univ. Carlos III de Madrid), Angel Cuevas (Univ. Carlos III de Madrid), Sebastian Kaune (TU Darmstadt), Carmen Guerrero (Univ. Carlos III de Madrid), Reza Rejaie (University of Oregon).
A selection of the most relevant media impact follows: