The Network Economics and Services Group belongs to the Theory, Economics and Systems Laboratory of Athens University of Economics and Business.

The main activity of our research group lies in bridging the gap between traditional economics and modern telecommunication service technology. It investigates models and concepts where technology, information and economics meet. Our research activity focuses on areas such as economic models for network services, Internet pricing and multicasting, Peer-to-Peer services and architectures, regulation and interconnection, Quality-of-Service management and traffic engineering, e-commerce technologies, and internet software and tools.

There is strong collaboration with the Mobile Multimedia Laboratory , which is involved in most research areas of wireless, mobile, and multimedia communications and there is important joint work being carried out on pricing and charging mobile and wireless services.

NES Lab brochure
You can download our brochure.

Read the article in the newspaper "Kathimerini" about the Future Internet Award,
received by the PURSUIT Project.
Read the article in the newspaper "Eleftheros Typos" about the Future Internet Award,
received by the Trilogy Project:
[front page], [article]

ASCETiC EU Project
Implementation of a Cloud stack providing energy efficiency at software, platform and infrastructure layer. Find ASCETiC project overview, poster toolbox and flyer.


FISE Conversation:
The interplay of economics and technology for the Future Internet SESERV workshop, January 31, 2012, Athens, Greece

Useful links
AUEB - Mobile Multimedia Laboratory
ICS-FORTH - Telecommunications and Networks Group

Group meetings
Find the agenda of our recent meetings

See special moments of our team!