Laboratory for Open Systems and Networks was established in 1992. The focus of our activities are research and development of next generation networks, telecommunication technologies, components and integrated systems, and information society services and applications. The laboratory is implementing the research programme "Future internet technologies: concepts, architectures, services and socio-economic issues". Research is also carried out in the Horizon 2020, EU FP7, CIP, HOME/ISPF and national projects.


  • Slovenia linked into internet 25 years ago
    Slovenia linked into internet 25 years ago

    Ljubljana, 27 November – Slovenia is marking the 25th anniversary since getting linked into the internet. On 27 November 1991, the first IP packets from Ljubljana were sent to the web via a router at the Dutch Subatomic Physics Institute. More at the link below:

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  • LIVE_FOR Kick Off Meeting
    LIVE_FOR Kick Off Meeting

    On 15.11.2015 with a kick off meeting organized by the Laboratory for Open systems and Networks  started the EU project “Criminal Justice Access to Digital Evidences in the Cloud – LIVE_FORensics” (LIVE_FOR). The project funded by DG Justice of European Commission is coordinated by the Laboratory of Open Systems and…

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    Mykolas Romeris University and Laboratory for Open Systems and Networks are organizing the 1st annual conference “Empowering EU Security Research through co-innovation, co-creation and co-implementation” in a framework of SENTER project („Strengthening European Network Center of Excellence in Cybercrime“). The project aims to create a sustainable international cross-organizational partnership in…

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  • The most important achievements of the laboratory:

    • New concepts and developed and implemented standardized internet protocols: distributed access control protocol for P2P networks, taxonomy of internet trust and reputation systems, etc.
    • New platforms and infrastructures: infrastructure for secure cross-border e-services, multimedia content delivery platform based on P2P protocol, future Internet collaboration and e-learning platform, trusted infrastructure for crossborder services in EU (e-government, e-learning, e-health and e-banking).
    • New mechanisms and services: secure cross-border academic and e-learning services, security mechanism for graphical authentication on mobile telecommunication devices, e-identity-based services, e-education portals (EduCenter, OpenScout), etc.
    • New paradigms: scenarios of future Internet development, models of broadband networks development and adoption, use behaviour model of digital TV, etc.
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  • Department Seminars:

    Seminars in 2016:
    • Matija Jekovec: "Improving the customer service support for on-line users by introducing modern web technologies", 27.5.2016.
    • Blaž Ivanc: "Development approach to the attack modeling", "Information security aspects of the public safety data interoperability network", 20.9.2016.

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