SCinet Seeks Network Research Exhibition Proposals for Cutting-Edge Network Demos and Experiments at SC19

SCinet Corby Schmitz
NRE Team Co-Chair Corby Schmitz of the Argonne National Laboratory. Successful NRE submissions will run on SCinet, seen behind Schmitz at SC18 in Dallas.

The May 31, 2019 Deadline for Abstracts Is Fast Approaching

SC19, the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking Storage, and Analysis, welcomes Network Research Exhibition (NRE) submissions for the November event in Denver, Colorado.

If you are a leader in high performance networking, submit a proposal to the SCinet NRE. Submissions are open to network researchers and professionals from government, education, research, and industry. Topics for demos and experiments on cutting-edge networking may include:

  • Software-defined networking
  • Novel network architecture
  • Switching and routing
  • Alternative data transfer protocols
  • Network monitoring, management, and control
  • Network security, encryption, and resilience
  • Open clouds and storage area networks
  • Automation and AI tools
  • Real-time data applications

“NRE exhibits are a highlight of this annual conference of the HPC community,” said NRE Team Co-Chair Corby Schmitz, who is also Manager of Network Communications Operations and Support at the Argonne National Laboratory in Chicago. “We’re seeking initial abstracts by May 31, so now is the time for potential applicants to formulate their submission ideas.”

Join an esteemed group of colleagues at the NRE at SC19. Previous NRE participants have been from NASA, NOAA, research universities, and the Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, Switzerland. You can be the next NRE exhibitor!

Prepare your abstract because the deadline is approaching, due on Friday, May 31, 2019. Everything you need to know on how to submit your demos or experiments can be found here.

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Rich Finlinson, SC19 SCinet Communications Team Chair

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