Travel Grants for Participation in the Chameleon User’s Group Meeting
February 6-7, 2019, Austin, TX
Chameleon is a configurable experimental environment supported by NSF for large-scale cloud research. The next Chameleon User's Group meeting is a one-and-a-half day meeting, February 6-7, 2019, that offers advanced tutorials to help get you started in these directions.
In addition to an Introduction to Chameleon tutorial, there will be a tutorial on how to stitch ExoGENI sites to Chameleon to allow communication among them, and a “bring your own controller” (BYOC) tutorial illustrating how to integrate SDN controllers in such a stitched environment.
We have a limited number of funds to support the travel of instructors, senior researchers, and domain scientists to attend and participate in the next Chameleon User's Group meeting. While experience using GENI is expected, no experience using Chameleon is assumed.
To apply, please fill out the Travel Application form: https://goo.gl/forms/69w4A49P8zMt1c3z2 Please briefly indicate your experience with GENI, how you will benefit from attending the CUG meeting, and if you are interested in presenting a GENI demo during the evening reception on the first day (in this case, additional travel support for one collaborator may be available.)
Applicants must be based at US institutions – travel grants are sponsored by the US National Science Foundation.
Deadline: Friday, January 11, 2019
Notification: Monday, January 14, 2019