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|[callforparticipants] TIP2013: Call for Participation|
|Wed, 27 Jun 2012 11:08:23 -0400|
|Stephen Wolff <email@example.com>|
To ensure a dynamic and thought-provoking program, planning is already underway. We are currently inviting abstract proposals for: a) full or "lightning round" presentations, b) tutorials (90-minute, 1/2-day and full-day), c) lunchtime meetings (SIGs, BoFs and Working Groups), d) posters and e) co-located meetings and workshops. TIP2013 will include two (2) concurrent netcast sessions and, if possible, a third (smaller non-taped) session to increase the number of talks, papers, posters, and side meetings available and expand the opportunities for dialogue across the communities.
The following topics have been identified as being of particular interest, although proposals in other areas relating to research and education networking are also invited:
Network Research and Emerging Technologies (including Software Defined Networking / OpenFlow; Security in R&E Networking; Network Performance and Measurement; and "Future Internet")
Network Architecture and Operations (including 100G implementation experiences; IPv6; Network performance and utilization; R&E network infrastructure and connectivity updates; and Pacific Islands connectivity)
R&E Network Applications (including Astronomy; Ocean observatories; Climate and environment; Disaster management; e-Medicine and e-Health; e-Culture and performance; Global collaboration; and e-Learning)
Please submit your abstract for review by September 14, 2012 using the link at http://events.internet2.edu/2013/tip/focus-areas.cfm. Abstracts must include collaborators or intended demonstrations. Submissions will be judged by a formal program committee process based on relevance to posted focus areas and audience areas of interest.
Registration for TIP2013 will be announced in Septmber; information on the conference hotel will be announced as soon as it is posted.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Brown (APAN), Inder Monga (ESnet), and
Steve Wolff (Internet2)