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PRAGMA Students Online Seminar Series

PRAGMA Students Online Seminar Seriesattend virtually: http://connect.iu.edu/pragmastudentsPhilip Papadopoulos, PhDChief Technology Officer at the San Diego Supercomputer Center, USAFebruary 4, 2013 9:00 PM – 10:00 PM EST(Corresponding times for other time zones are available below)Building the PRAGMA Multi-Cloud Abstract: The Pacific Rim Applications and Grid Middleware Assembly is a 30+ institution grass roots or bottom’s up experimentation and computing infrastructure. Originally envisioned as a mutli-institutional grid, this persistent environment is evolving to a multi-cloud where the executable is a virtual machine instead of an application executable. With partners at AIST (Japan) and NCHC (Taiwan) we have developed semi-automated techniques to convert application-specific virtual machine images to run in multiple cloud hosting infrastructures, including Amazon EC2. VM’s are uploaded to distributed, strongly authenticated, and replicated storage infrastructure based on gFarm and then copied out and translated to local hosting infrastructure. This talk will describe the process, the challenges such as overlay networking, VM control and a path forward to creating usable infrastructure for small groups of collaborating teams. We will walk through two different use models that operate across different cloud infrastructures to illustrate various components.Bio:Dr. Papadopoulos received his PhD in 1993 from UC Santa Barbara in Electrical Engineering. He spent 5 years at Oak Ridge National Laboratory as part of the the Parallel Virtual Machine (PVM) development team. He came to UCSD as research professor in computer science in 1998 and still holds and adjunct appointment. He is currently the Chief Technology Officer at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC). He is the architect of the Triton resource (tritonresource.sdsc.edu) which is a network, storage and memory rich, mid-scale (3000 core) cluster that is also an ongoing experiment in economic sustainability for campus-scale computing.In addition to duties at SDSC, his research interests revolve around distributed, clustered, and cloud-based systems and how they can be used more effectively in an expanding bandwidth-rich environment. Dr. Papadopoulos is a key investigator for key research projects at UCSD including the The National Biomedical Computation Resource(NBCR) and the Pacific Rim Applications and Grid Middlware Assembly (PRAGMA) He is well known for leading the development of the open-source, NSF-funded Rocks Cluster toolkit (OCI-0721623), which has installed base of 1000s of clusters. Rocks (www.rocksclusters.org) is used for both research and production systems with scalability to 1000s of nodes. Our work in Rocks focuses on developing practical, scalable, and robust virtual machine authoring and implementation of hybrid clusters that consist of both real and virtual hardware. More recently, we have demonstrated seamlessly extending the number of nodes in a local cluster with additional virtualized resources housed on campus clouds and/or in Amazon EC2. These are the corresponding times for the Seminar:LocationLocal TimeTime ZoneUTS OffsetIndianapolis (U.S.A. - Indiana)Monday, February 4, 2013 at 9:00:00 PMESTUTC-5 hoursSan Diego (U.S.A. - California)Monday, February 4, 2013 at 6:00:00 PMPSTUTC-8 hoursTokyo (Japan)Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 11:00:00 AMJSTUTC+9 hoursSeoul (South Korea)Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 11:00:00 AMKSTUTC+9 hoursBeijing (China)Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 10:00:00 AMCSTUTC+8hoursBangkok (Thailand)Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 9:00:00 AMICTUTC+7 hoursMelbourne (Australia - Victoria)Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 9:00:00 AMEDTUTC+11 hoursWellington (New Zealand)Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 9:00:00 AMNZDTUTC+13 hoursCorresponding UTC (GMT) Tuesday, Februry 5, 2013 at 02:00:00About PRAGMA and PRAGMA StudentsThe Pacific Rim Applications and Grid Middleware Assembly (PRAGMA) is a robust, international network of research scientists and engineers from more than 30 institutions who address application driven questions through cyberinfrastructure development. PRAGMA’s student members imbue the program with both new ideas and the energy and excitement to advance projects. The PRAGMA Students is a students organization of PRAGMA led by a steering committee formed by students from PRAGMA member institutions. It's current activities includes but not limited to, organizing student workshops and poster sessions as part of the bi-annual PRAGMA workshops, and hosting online seminar for the PRAGMA community.How to ConnectWe will be using Adobe Connect to host the meeting. Please test your computers for compatibility via the following link. If the test passes through steps 1-3, then you will be able to attend the meeting. Step 4 (plugin installation) works with recent update of Mozilla Firefox , Safari and IE 9.But there are some known incompatibilities with recent versions of Google Chrome. If the test passes through step 3, you are good to attend as audience. Only the presenter needs to install the plugin to share the screen. Test link: arcps.adobeconnect.com/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htmMore info: https://seminars.adobeconnect.com/_a227210/vqs-participatemeeting/http:// 

20130204 ~ 20130204
APRICOT 2013: Block your dates from 19 February to 1 March 2013!

Hosted by the Singapore Network Information Centre (SGNIC), APRICOT 2013 will play host to global and regional Internet Experts, C-Level Executives, Innovators, Engineers and Policymakers. The event will be held in conjunction with the 35th Asia Pacific Network Information Centre Members Meeting (APNIC 35).Keynote Speakers:Fadi ChehadéPresident and CEO: ICANNFadi Chehadé's career has been defined by building consensus and promoting collaborative technologies and practices. He has more than 25 years of experience in building and leading progressive Internet enterprises, leveraging relationships with senior executives and government officials across Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the United States.. Read More >> Lynn St. AmourPresident and CEO: Internet SocietyLynn St. Amour is the President and CEO of the Internet Society, a non-profit organization founded in 1992 to provide leadership in Internet related standards, education and policy. She joined the Internet Society in 1999 and has held the appointment of President and CEO since 2001. Read More >>Dr Tan Tin WeeChairman: A*STAR Computational Resource CentreDr Tan has been involved in the Internet arena since the early days and also pioneered several Internet firsts for Singapore, including the first WAIS server in the region; the first Gopher server in the region; joint first Web server and longest running in Singapore (http://biomed.nus.sg); first WAIS and Gopher server in Japan (RIKEN); etc. He was instrumental in helping to bring APRICOT to Singapore in 1996 &1999. Read More >>What else to expect at APRICOT 2013 in Singapore:Workshops (18 – 23 Feb) Get hands-on experience with Internet experts! Each workshop will only accommodate up to 28 participants on a first-come-first-served basis. Each workshop lasts for 5 days.· Workshop 1 – MPLS· Workshop 2 – IPv4/IPv6 BGP Routing· Network Infrastructure Security· Network Management· MulticastFor more information on workshops, please click here. Conferences and Tutorials (25 – 28 Feb) Get involved and learn from industry experts in the various conferences, tutorials, workshops and policy sessions that have been lined up to include subjects relevant to Internet operations and technologies.· IPv4 / IPv6 Routing and operations· IPv6 deployment and transition technologies· Internet backbone operations· ISP and Carrier services· Network security issues (NSP-SEC, DDoS Anti-Spam, Anti-Malware)· Peering / IXPs· DNS / DNSSEC· Research on Internet Operations and Deployment· Internet policy (Security, Regulation, Content Management, Addressing, etc)· Access and Transport Technologies, including broadband deployment, Cable/DSL, wireless, WiMax, metro ethernet, fiber network, MPLS· Content & Service Delivery (Multicast, Voice, Video, "telepresence", Gaming), and moreREGISTER NOW and enjoy a 15% off the regular conference fee!To enjoy the discount, please follow these steps:Online registration à Key in personal information à Select sessions à Registration type à Select Supporting Organisation à Key in the promo code: SGNIC2013APR We look forward to welcoming you in Singapore!See you soon,APRICOT 2013 SecretariatFor sponsorship opportunities and general enquiries, please email: apricot2013@sgnic.sgFor registration enquiries, please email: register@apricot2013.sgFor more information and updates, please visit www.apricot2013.net                      

20130219 ~ 20130301
Promote cloud and applicatio​ns in TEIN4 network Workshop Agenda

Workshop on Promote Cloud and Applications in TEIN4 NetworkByVietnam Research and Education Network (VinaREN), VietnamThailand Research and Education Network (ThaiREN), ThailandTEIN*CC 1. WORKSHOP AGENDA-Date : 6-7 December 2012-Venue : Hoabinh Hotel, Hanoi, Vietnam-Day 1 : Thursday 6 December 2012 TimeTitleSpeaker09:00-09:30Registration09:30-09:45Welcome and Opeing AddressDr. Ta Ba Hung,Director General of NASATI09:45-10:15TEINCC, TEIN4 IntroductionPatch Lee,Director of Technical Team, TEIN*CC10:15-10:30Introduction to Collaborative Disaster-Resilient Content Storage and Delivery Cloud Initiative in TEIN NetworkDr. Apinun Tunpan IntERLab, AIT, ThailanRemote presentation via VC.10:30-11:00Coffee/Tea Break11:00-11:30Network Monitoring as a Service on CloudDr. Chalermpol Charnsripinyo, NECTEC, Thailan11:30-12:00Planned cloud initiatives inside PREGINETBayani Benjamin R. Lara (Philippin)12:00-13:30Lunch13:30-14:00Digicom ondata CloudWay to build the Viet CloudNguyen HungDigicom, VTC, Vietnam14:00-14:30Mobile Cloud Services & TechnologiesProf. Han, Sun Young KONKUK University, Korea14:30-15:00Potential Applications of Cloud Computing in Nepal Using TEIN and the Challenges in their ImplementationDr. Bhushan Raj Shrestha Chairman of Nepal Research and Education Network15:00-15:30Coffee/Tea Break15:30-16:00User and Domain Driven data Analytics Service frameworkDr. Chonho Lee, A/Prof. Bu-Sung Lee Francis, NTU, SingaporeRemote presentation via VC16:00-16:30MYREN : Our journey to Cloud ComputingKamal Hisham Malaysia16:30-17:00Collaboration Discussion (for TEIN4)Welcome Dinner for invited guests (18:00- 20:30)Day 2 : Friday 7 December 2012TimeTitleSpeaker09:00-09:30Smart Node technology and its application for TEIN network.Byung Joon Lee Korea09:30-10:00An application of Hadoop at HUS and toward the use of TEIN to promote meteorological research in VietnamNguyen Trung KienHanoi University of Science10:00-10:30Cisco CloudVerse for Education (Enabling the world of many clouds in education)Nguyen Ho Hiep,Technology Consultant,Cisco Vietnam10:30-11:00Coffee/Tea Break11:00-11:30The application of cloud computing in DANTENguyen Huyen Quang Department of information technology, Ministry of natural resources and environment, Vietnam11:30-12:00Cloud Computing Application In Viettel IDCBui Thanh VanVIETTEL IDC Company12:00-13:30Lunch13:30-14:00Application of TEIN3/4 network in collecting and exchanging meteorological data to serve weather forecast at NCHMFDu Duc TienNational Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting14:00-14:30Cloud Computing Application for Enterprise CustumersVu Chinh ThuyVietnam Telecoms National (VTN)14:30-15:00Coffee/Tea Break15:00-16:30Collaboration Discussion16:30-16:40Closing Remark

20121206 ~ 20121207
3rd Governors’ Meeting (Hawaii,13 Jan. 2013)

The 2nd TEIN4 Project Meeting (open to all TEIN4 partners) and the 3rd  TEIN*CC Governors’ Meeting (only open to Governors, Steering Committee Members, and special invitees) will be held in Hawaii on 13 January 2013 as follows: AGENDAThe 2nd TEIN4 Project Meeting and the 3rd Governors’ Meeting 13 January 2013Meeting Venue: Pacific Room, East-West Center,University of Hawaii, Hawaii, U.S.A. The meeting will be held in English Time ScheduleTEIN4 Project Meeting – Session chaired by ByungKyu Kim 08:30 –08:35Welcome and Introductions08:35 –09:00Review of agenda and minutes09:00 –09:40TEIN4 Project Manager’s Report – BK Kim (TEIN*CC)- Transition Status from TEIN3 to TEIN4- Activity Plan for 201309:40 –10:00Final report/remark on TEIN3 programme - David West (DANTE)10:00 –10:30Tea/Coffee10:30 –11:20Partner Updates11:20 –11:40TEIN NOC Report – Jilong Wang (CERNET)11:40 –12:00TEIN HRD programme update on 2012 – Kanchana Kanchanasut (AIT)12:00 –13:00Lunch13:00 – 13:30Collaborative Peering Issues – Francis Lee (SingAREN)13:30 – 14:00TransPAC3 update and activities planned in the Lower Mekong - James Williams (TransPAC/Indiana Univ.) and Dale Smith (NSRC/Oregon Univ.)14:00 – 14:30CHAIN/CHAIN-RED and its Activities – TBD (CHAIN/Europe)14:30 – 15:00MoU Ceremony between TEIN*CC and (Internet2, TransPAC3, Pacific Wave)15:00 – 15:30Tea/coffeeThe 3rd Governors’ Meeting – Session chaired by Francis Lee 15:30 – 17:001. OPENING2. REPORT FROM TEIN*CC3. REPORT FROM STEERING COMMITTEE 4. A.O.B5. CLOSINGOther arrangements:1.  VenueThe meeting is being held at the East-West Center, Hawaii, U.S.A.Address: East-West Center, 1601 East-West Road, Honolulu, HawaiiTelephone: +1-808-944-7111Fax: +1-808-944-7376e-mail: http://www.eastwestcenter.org/about-ewc/help/web-help#email-usWebsite: East-West Center (http://www.eastwestcenter.org/) 2.  LogisticsAccommodation, visa support etc. are obtainable viahttp://events.internet2.edu/2013/tip/travel.cfm#housing Thanks to APAN, Internet2 and local organisers for its organisational assistance. 3.  Reimbursement of beneficiary expensesMeeting expenses for one representative of each beneficiary partner will be reimbursed from TEIN4 budgets in accordance with the terms set out in the partners’ agreements with TEIN*CC. Up to 4 per diems may be claimed without prior agreement with TEIN*CC.  The per diem for Hawaii is 272 Euro per night.  The claim form for reimbursements can be downloaded at the following link: http://www.teincc.org/tein4/?c=1/7&uid=5 Claims must be made in accordance with the instructions on the claim form. 4.  Bilateral Meetings with TEIN*CCTEIN*CC has planned bilateral meetings with TEIN4 partners during the APAN meetings in Hawaii. If any TEIN4 partners want to have the bilateral meeting during the APAN meetings, please contact with BK Kim to make the meeting schedules. If you have any questions and requests for the coming TEIN4 meetings, please feel free to contact with me or TEIN*CC staff.- meeting logistics (invitation letter, power of attorney) : Ms. Eunjin Hu (eunjinhu@teincc.org)- reimbursement : Ms. Molly Yap (mollyyap@teincc.org) 

20130113 ~ 20130113
Call for Participants: Promote Cloud & the applications in the TEIN4 Network

Thursday 6th Dec 2012 to Friday 7th Dec 2012 Call for Participants : Promote Cloud and the applications in the TEIN4 networkHanoi, VietnamVietnam Research and Education Network (VinaREN) and Thailand Research and Education Network (ThaiREN) is organizing an application workshop on promoting Cloud and the applications in the TEIN4 network on 6 December – 7 December 2012. We are inviting participation to the Workshop. Support to participation is provided. Information on the workshop is provided below.Should you have further queries, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Dr. Nguyen Hong Van (hvan@vinaren.vn) or Dr. Chalermpol Charnsripinyo(chalermpol@nectec.or.th). Click here to find out more                    

20121206 ~ 20121207
First NKN Annual Workshop (10.31-11.2, 2012)

The executive officer of TEIN*CC, Dr. ByungKyu Kim, will attend the first annual NKN workshop at Mumbai from 31 October to 2 November.During this workshop, he will present about 'TEIN4 activities in India' at the morning session on 1 November.This will be a valuable time to share idea about TEIN network use and its application within India research and education community.First NKN Annual Workshop - “The e-Infrastructure of India” A Workshop is being conducted at Indian Institute Of Technology, Bombay. The first annual workshop of NKN is organized at Mumbai from 31 October to 2 November 2012 jointly by the National Informatics Centre (NIC) and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay. It is expected that representatives from all major academic institutions across the country would participate actively in this workshop. This workshop would also facilitate increased collaboration among researchers from different entities to enable sharing of scientific data and remote access to advanced research facilities. Conference VenueThe First NKN Annual Workshop will be held in the Victor Menezes Convention Centre at IIT Bombay from 31st October to 2nd November.About MumbaiMumbai is a collection of 7 islands reclaimed to form one unified landmass of about 60km in length and is about 15km wide. It is serviced by all major airlines from Europe, North America and Asia Pacific region. The city of Mumbai is known as the financial as well as entertainment capital of India. It contributes to about 60+% in terms of national tax earning as well as is home to a large number of business houses amongst which are the Tatas, Reliance etc. The city of Mumbai also has two excellent research institutions - the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay and the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR). Contact1. Mr. Anand LadheMember Organizing Committee NKN Annual Workshop Scientist-D NIC, Mumbai Email: anand.ladhe@nic.inPhone : 9819794182 2. Mr. D. K. Gupta Member Convener Organizing Committee NKN Annual WorkshopEmail: dkgupta@nic.inPhone : 8527710060 Organizing Committee Secretariat Delhi:+91-11-22180342   Mumbai :+91-22-27577927

20121031 ~ 20121102
12th Annual Global LamdaGrid Workshop (11-12,Oct, 2012)

12th Annual Global LambdaGrid WorkshopThis will be held on 11-12 October 2012 in Chicago, United States. It is being held in conjunction with the 8th IEEE International eScience Conference, the Microsoft eScience Workshop and OGF 36. ScheduleProvisional and subject to changeWednesday, 10 October 201208:30 - 10:30  StarLight Tours - must register in advance10:30 - 15:00  GLORIAD Meeting - by invitation only15:00 - 15:30  BreakThursday, 11 October 201207:30 - 09:00  Registration                   with IEEE e-Science Conference, Crystal Foyer, Green Level, West Tower08:00 - 09:00  Continental Breakfast09:00 - 10:30  Opening Plenary Session11:00 - 12:30  Technical Working Group15:30 - 17:00  Joint Session: Technical Working Group & Research and Applications Working Group18:00 - 18:30  Buses to Electronic Visualization Laboratory18:30 - 21:30  Reception & DemonstrationsFriday, 12 October 201207:30 - 08:30  Registration                   with IEEE e-Science Conference, Crystal Foyer, Green Level, West Tower08:30 - 12:30  Technical Working Group    Governance Working Group13:30 - 17:00  Closing Plenary Session19:00 - 21:00  Dinner VenueAll meetings except the demonstrations will be held in the Hyatt Regency Chicago, 151 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 60601, United States. This is in the downtown area of Chicago (see map).Hyatt Regency Hotel MapLocal Attractions MapThe hotel can be reached as follows:By 'L' elevated train - USD 2.25From Chicago O'Hare International Airport - follow signs to CTA or 'trains to city' from Terminals 1, 2, 3 by foot; or from Terminal 5 take the Airport Transit System (ATS) to Terminal 3, then by foot. Take the Blue Line to the Clark/Lake stop, then walk one block north to the river, and 5 blocks east along the river to the hotel.From Midway International Airport - follow signs to CTA. Take the Orange Line to the State/Lake stop, then walk one block north to the river, and 3 blocks east along the river to the hotel.By shared shuttle ride - one way fare is approximately USD 31 from O'Hare and USD 26 from MidwayBy taxi - one way fare is approximately USD 40 from O'Hare and USD 30 from MidwayBy car - not recommended as parking at the hotel is USD 52 per night.AccommodationParticipants are responsible for booking their own accommodation, but rooms are available in the Hyatt Regency Chicago at USD 205 per night plus tax. These rates are available in the period 4-15 October 2012 and are therefore also applicable for eScience 2012 and OGF 36.It is possible to make hotel reservations online, or by calling +1-800-233-1234 in the US, +1-312-565-1234 from outside the US. RegistrationThe registration fee is USD 375 per person for the first 150 registrants, after which it will increase to USD 750. If you wish to attend the workshop, you may register and pay online.Some nationalities require visas to enter the United States. If you require an invitation letter, please contact theconference organiser. DemonstrationsTechnical demonstrations will be held at the Electronic Visualization Laboratory, Room 2032, 842 West Taylor Street, Chicago, IL 60607, United States. Transport will be provided from the Hyatt.Information on how to submit a demo request Around ChicagoThe Chicago Marathon will take place the Sunday (7 October 2012) before the workshop. More information or to register. = = Hosted by TERENA = =

20121011 ~ 20121012
Welcome to TNC2013 (3-6 June, Maastricht, Netherlands)

Dear colleagues,TERENA invites you to submit your abstract for the international TERENA Networking Conference 2013 (TNC2013). The theme of TNC2013 is 'Innovating Together'.The conference will be held from 3 - 6 June 2013 in Maastricht, Netherlands, organised by TERENA and hosted by SURFnet, the Dutch research and education networking organisation.Papers can now be submitted directly to the TNC2013 website:http://tnc2013.terena.org/submit*Deadline for submission is 30 November 2012.*NOTE: In order to submit your abstract you will first have to login to the website.The website uses federated login, which means that we do not provide usernames/passwords any more; instead you can log in using your own institutional account.If your institution is not listed, you can use one of the guest providers such as Google, Yahoo!, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc.TNC2013 is the European networking meeting place, bringing together decision makers, networking specialists and managers from all major European networking and research organisations, universities, worldwide sister institutions and industry representatives. Our aim is to showcase European & global collaboration, as well as global developments, current challenges and recent results within the topics and areas covered by the conference. These include:-NREN 3.0 PPP, best organisational practices, NET+, expanding the user base, new service offerings, clouds, brokering, procurements-Open Science, Big Data big data sets, research tools, open science, library management,supporting collaboration, open education, digital preservation-Creating Solutions end-to-end, top 2 bottom, green IT, social impact, mobile working, accessibility, e-education, e-government, e-health-Creating Infrastructures smart networks, sensor networks, dark channels, dark fibres, optical, applications, SDN, AAI, IPv6, intrusion detection & prevention-And other related areas; such as security, privacy, advanced media, real-time collaboration, Grids, digital rights, storage, IPv6, federations.To select the abstracts for presentation at the TNC2013, all submitted abstracts will go through three comprehensive reviews: (1) double-blind (at least two reviewers), (2) non-blind and (3) participative peer reviews. Authors will receive the result of the evaluations by the reviewers of their abstracts.The conference programme will be made up of keynote speakers, invited speakers and submitted papers.*Further Information*See more detailed information about the Call for Papers, topics and guidelines on the TNC2013 website:https://tnc2013.terena.org/web/participate/guidelinesIf you have any questions concerning the conference website please contact: webmaster@terena.orgConcerning all non-technical questions please contact: tnc2013@terena.orgWe look forward to seeing you in Maastricht in 2013!Important DatesExtended abstracts30 November 2012Notification of acceptance25 January 2013Registration commences25 February 2013Submission of full papers16 April 2013Submission of poster pdf6 May 2013Presentation slides*15 May 2013Conference3 - 6 June 2013 * Please note that presentation slides may be updated by the speaker up to 30 minutes before the presentation.

20130603 ~ 20130606
Internet2 Member Meetings (known as TIP 2013, 1.13~17, 2013)

TIP2013 January 13 - January 17, 2013The Winter 2013 APAN /ESnet /Internet2 technical meeting, known as TIP2013, is hosted by the University of Hawaii, from Saturday, January 12 through Friday, January 18. Plenary sessions will be from 8:30 am to 5 pm on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday; tutorials will be held all day on Sunday and several Workshops will be held both before (Saturday/Sunday) and after (Thursday/Friday) the plenary sessions. A number of co-located workshops, meetings, and gatherings are expected both before and after TIP2013. The event will be held at the East-West Center (located at 1601 East-West Road on the University's Manoa campus). News▶ The Call for Proposals is NOW CLOSED. Review of proposals will take several weeks but we hope to alert successful applicants by 5 October, 2012. Thank you!▶ Keynote speakers have been confirmed for each day of TIP2013: Michael McRobbie (IU) on Monday, Paul Vixie (ICANN) on Tuesday, and Ian Foster (UChicago/ANL) on Wednesday.▶ A Call for Proposals has been issued; all submissions must be received by September 14, 2012 to be eligible for consideration.▶ Registration information will be posted in October.▶ Lodging information will be posted in October. This MeetingPROPOSALS: Descriptions for the focus areas are currently being developed; however, please feel free to submit proposals on the posted topics as they will be duly considered. Submissions for Tutorials (all day on Sunday; 90-minute, 1/2-day and full-day options considered) are being actively recruited; you can email the program committee about these or submit a proposal, indicating a Tutorial/InDepth as "Session Type." In general, if you would like to give a presentation or tutorial, or organize a BoF, SIG, or side-meeting, submit your proposals HERE. If you have questions, please send questions to: tip2013-questions@internet2.eduFocal AreaCo-ChairsNetwork Research and Emerging TechnologiesFrancis Lee Bu Sung, Brian Tierney, and Scott Brim,Network Architecture and OperationsYasuichi KITAMURA, Mike Bennett, and Paul SchopisR&E Network ApplicationsKoji Okamura, Ezra Kissel, and Eli Dart/Lauren Rotman Co-Located Meetings/Workshops ▶ ESCC Meeting, Thursday, January 17 (8:30 AM) through Friday, January 18 (5 PM)▶ Network Performance Workshops: Saturday, January 12 (8:30 AM) through Sunday, January 13 (Noon) AND Thursday January 17 (8:30 AM) through Friday, January 18 (Noon)▶ IPv6 Workshop, Thursday, January 17 (8:30 AM) through Friday, January 18(Noon)▶ OpenFlow Workshop, Saturday January, 12 -- and (TransPAC-sponsored, APAN-only version) -- Thursday, January 17▶ Other workshops under consideration -- will be announced SOON!

20130113 ~ 20130117
35th APAN Meeting (Hawaii)

Invitation Letters for APAN 35- TIP2013Please note that in order to provide invitation letters required for visa processing to attend the APAN 35 - TIP2013 Meeting, the organizers have set up the following link.https://www.hawaii.edu/tip2013/invitations/This link is also available on the APAN35-TIP2013 web page.Colleagues,Once again, the APAN and Joint Techs meetings will converge in Honolulu to form the Techs in Paradise (TIP) 2013 conference, hosted by the University of Hawaii. By bringing these meetings together into one location, TIP 2013 encourages greater global dialogue, facilitates technical collaboration across the Pacific and provides an important discussion forum for issues of concern to R&E network stakeholders in this region of the world. The meeting will take place from January 13 ? 16, 2013.To ensure a dynamic and thought-provoking program, planning is already underway. We are currently inviting abstract proposals for: a) full or "lightning round" presentations, b) tutorials (90-minute, 1/2-day and full-day), c) lunchtime meetings (SIGs, BoFs and Working Groups), d) posters and e) co-located meetings and workshops. TIP2013 will include two (2) concurrent netcast sessions and, if possible, a third (smaller non-taped) session to increase the number of talks, papers, posters, and side meetings available and expand the opportunities for dialogue across the communities.The following topics have been identified as being of particular interest, although proposals in other areas relating to research and education networking are also invited:-Network Research and Emerging Technologies (including Software Defined Networking / OpenFlow; Security in R&E Networking; Network Performance and Measurement; and "Future Internet")-Network Architecture and Operations (including 100G implementation experiences; IPv6; Network performance and utilization; R&E network infrastructure and connectivity updates; and Pacific Islands connectivity)-R&E Network Applications (including Astronomy; Ocean observatories; Climate and environment; Disaster management; e-Medicine and e-Health; e-Culture and performance; Global collaboration; and e-Learning)Please submit your abstract for review by September 14, 2012 using the link athttp://events.internet2.edu/2013/tip/focus-areas.cfm. Abstracts must include collaborators or intended demonstrations. Submissions will be judged by a formal program committee process based on relevance to posted focus areas and audience areas of interest.Registration for TIP2013 will be announced in Septmber; information on the conference hotel will be announced as soon as it is posted.If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email tip2013-questions@internet2.edu or visit the meeting website at: http://events.internet2.edu/2013/tip/We look forward to hearing from you!Jacqueline Brown (APAN), Inder Monga (ESnet), and Steve Wolff (Internet2)on behalf of the TIP2013 Program Committee                    

20130113 ~ 20130116