ECOSYS: Project Overview
ECOSYS is a three-year EUREKA/CELTIC project (2004-2007) on techno-economics of mobile and fixed networks and services. The studies are aimed at providing insight and strategic information essential for European decision makers in the industry such as operators, regulators and academia. The deliverables of this project will be made public. In Finland, ECOSYS is funded by TEKES, the National Technology Agency.
The Networking laboratory part of the project is led by
Prof. Heikki Hämmäinen.
We are part of the Networking Laboratory at the Department of Electrical and Communications Engineering, Helsinki University of Technology.
The members of the group are:
We are located at:
Rooms: SE 322, SF 301
In ECOSYS, our group is focusing on the techno-economic analysis of the mobile communications industry and market. Our major activities include:
- Demand Forecast
- Methodology development
- Applying models on various mobile and convergence scenarios
The project is a collaboration effort of several partners (besides HUT):
- Nokia, Finland
- France Telecom R&D, France
- Telenor, Norway
- Telefonica I+D, Spain
- Jan Van Hoecke International, Belgium
- National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece