Customized Software Networking across Multiple Administrative Domains

  • Taleb, Tarik (Principal investigator)
  • Addad, Rami (Project Member)
  • Afolabi, Ibrahim (Project Member)
  • Amor, Ahmed (Project Member)
  • Yu, Hao (Project Member)
  • Kianpisheh, Somayeh (Project Member)
  • Mariouak, Mariem (Project Member)
  • Hellaoui, Hamed (Project Member)
  • Sehad, Nassim (Project Member)
  • Boudi, Abderrahmane (Project Member)
  • El Marai, Oussama (Project Member)
  • Shokrnezhad, M (Project Member)
  • Bagaa, Miloud (Project Member)
  • Maity, Ilora (Project Member)
  • Naas, Si-Ahmed (Project Member)
  • Bekkouche, Oussama (Project Member)
  • Benzaid, Chafika (Project Member)
  • Kerfah, Issam (Project Member)
  • Mada, Badr (Project Member)
  • Yang, Bin (Project Member)

Project Details


CSN aims to introduce an innovative multi-domain network slicing architecture, along with supporting algorithms and mechanisms, to sustain both mobile network and service customization at different granularities (i.e., per vertical, per service and, when required, per individual user). The key objective is to provide programmability and scalable resource orchestration to facilitate a flexible, optimal and customized instantiation and life-cycle management of vertical segment services via the means of network slicing combing resources across different administrative domains. To always ensure short latency, the mobility of both the mobile services and the customized mobile networks will be seamlessly enabled as per the mobility features of users.
Short titleCSN
Effective start/end date01/09/201731/08/2021

Collaborative partners

UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This project contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 7 - Affordable and Clean Energy
  • SDG 11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities


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