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Network Research Exhibition Seeks Cutting-Edge Proposals for SC23

SCinet is seeking proposals from researchers and industry participants for the 2023 Network Research Exhibition (NRE) that will take place during the SC23 Conference in Denver, Colorado.

Abstracts Due June 2

If you have a new or innovative demo that can take advantage of the advanced capabilities of SCinet, we invite you to submit a proposal to the SCinet NRE. SCinet is the dedicated, high-capacity network built exclusively for SC, offering a unique opportunity for participants to showcase the capabilities of their applications and technologies.

Submissions are open to network researchers and professionals from government, education, research, and industry. We also want to extend the invitation to those with research that requires a high performance network, not just those whose research involve future networking topics.

Past examples of demos and experiments 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

Incentives for Participation

According to NRE Co-Chair Debbie Fligor (pictured above), there is a huge incentive to submit a proposal:

“The benefit of turning in a proposal is, if it is accepted, you get to do your research. You aren’t just doing a demo, you are performing actual research using the network that is built at SC. Participants are able to test what they have been developing with resources they might not have at their home institutions, such as higher speeds at longer distance.

Additionally, participants are able to share the ongoing research and results with people visiting their booth, present at the planned SCinet stage, and, if they submit a final version of what they did, will be included in next year’s INDIS track.”

“If accepted, you get to do your research.”

Ready to Submit?

For more information on how to prepare and submit your proposal, visit the NRE page.

If you have questions about NRE submissions, please contact the program committee.

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