OCARINA (Optimizations to Comple Adoption of RINA), is the name of a new research project from the University of Oslo (UiO) that has just been funded by the Norwegian government, under its Toppforsk program. The project, led by Michael Welzl, has been awarded NOK 16 539 000 (approximately 1.75 M€) to investigate congestion control, routing and forwarding strategies for the Recursive InterNetwork Architecture (RINA), as well as deployment and adoption issues. OCARINA will have a duration of 5 years, starting October 2016. Congratulations to the UiO’s team!!!