[e2e] OPENSIG 2002 Workshop
calvert at netlab.uky.edu
Mon Jul 29 10:43:25 PDT 2002
OPENSIG 2002 Workshop
October 17-18, 2002
"From Signaling to Programming"
University of Kentucky
Lexington, Kentucky, USA
17, 18 October 2002
OPENSIG promotes the development of new network architectures and
services through open signaling and programmability. The OPENSIG
community offers a forum for the communication of experimental and
theoretical results aimed at a better understanding of the issues
involved in flexible, programmable network architecture, and the
evolution of existing infrastructure in that direction.
This year the theme for the OPENSIG Workshop is "From Signaling to
Programming". The aim is to highlight the range of evolution options
emerging from research, especially those that may form the basis of an
integrated next generation network. We hope to include sessions on a
wide range of topics including:
* Extensible signaling protocols
* Network programming paradigms, languages, environments
* Programmable network hardware
* Flexible addressing/routing architectures
* Programmable support for scalability, wireless, ...
The workshop program will again consist primarily of invited talks.
However, additional speakers are invited to submit an abstract of
their proposed presentation, on one of the topics mentioned or other
topics related to the theme. Presentations will be selected from
those submitted according to their quality, novelty, and relevance to
the theme of the program.
The workshop is being organized by the Laboratory for
Advanced Networking and the Department of Computer Science
at the University of Kentucky.
Submission of Abstracts:
Submissions should be in English, 1-2 pages, A4 or US letter
in PDF or PostScript ONLY, and should be emailed to Jim Griffioen
(griff at netlab.uky.edu) by 12 August.
Paper Submission 12 August 2002
Notification of Acceptance 7 September 2002
Workshop 17,18 October 2002
Ken Calvert, University of Kentucky
Andrew Campbell, Columbia University
Spyros Denazis, Hitachi Europe
Jim Griffioen, University of Kentucky
Christos Papadopoulos, USC ISI
Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University
James Sterbenz, BBN Technologies
Steve Zabele, Alphatech
The Workshop will be held in the beautiful W.T. Young Library on the
campus of the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky.
Please see the web page mentioned above for travel and hotel information.
For further Information please contact:
Lab for Advanced Networking
Hardymon Building, University of Kentucky
301 Rose St.
Lexington, KY 40515 USA
Phone: +1 859 257 6746
Email: griff at netlab.uky.edu
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