The University of Southampton

LICHEN: Location Independent Collaboration in Higher Education Networks

Date:
2004-2004
Theme:
Pervasive Computing and Networks
Funding:
JISC

In the LICHEN project we propose to extend and complement the work of the UKERNA Wireless Advisory Group and TERENA TF-Mobility (which is establishing a RADIUS-based hierarchy of trust for Location Independent Networking) by investigating and developing a generic system for managing and applying authorisation policy pertaining to resources accessed by users in different administrative domains. These users would typically be members of short-lived, distributed collaborations between multi-site – and often multi-disciplinary – groups.

Primary investigator

Secondary investigators

  • Josh Howlett
  • Mark O'Leary

Partners

  • University of Bristol
  • University of Manchester

Associated research group

  • Intelligence, Agents, Multimedia Group
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