GEFI 2018, October 25-26

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Mark BERMAN

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Jul 6, 2018, 11:22:11 AM7/6/18
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Dear GENI Colleagues,

I expect that the attached call for the next Global Experimentation for Future Internet (GEFI) workshop will be of interest to many of you.

This workshop is the second in the GEFI sequence and builds on the long-running US-EU workshop series connecting the GENI and Fed4FIRE communities, as well as a number of other collaborations among the US, EU, Japan, Brazil, and Korea (e.g., FIBRE-EU, SwitchOn, JUNO/JUNO2). Topics of interest include testbed-supported experimentation and federation of testbeds, with a strong emphasis on international collaborations. Additional information is included in the attached call.

Past workshops have been by invitation only, but this year interested participants are invited to submit position statements and session proposals. I hope that the GENI community will be strongly represented.

Submission requirements are simple (2 page position statement or session proposal), but the due dates are coming right up:
Session proposals: July 20
Position statements: July 27

The workshop is October 25-26, in Tokyo, in conjunction with IEEE CloudNet 2018, http://cloudnet2018.ieee-cloudnet.org/.

Please note that the GENI project office has grant funds available to cover travel expenses for participants from US institutions.

Sincerely,
Mark


 
GEFI 2018 CFP.pdf

Mark BERMAN

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Aug 1, 2018, 5:20:34 PM8/1/18
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Dear GENI Colleagues,

The deadline for submission of position statements to GEFI 2018 has been extended to August 6, 2018.

Workshop organizers currently anticipate sessions addressing (a) Federated Testbeds of Elastic Optical Networks; (b) Reproducibility in Experimentation; (c) Edge Clouds; (d) Networking Experiments; and (e) a wireless session still taking shape, but potentially focused on the convergence of software defined radio and software defined networking.

Your submission addressing these areas or other areas of interest is invited. Please see the attached call for additional information.

Please note that the GENI project office has grant funds available to cover travel expenses for participants from US institutions.

Sincerely,
Mark
GEFI 2018 CFP Updated.pdf
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