Papers accepted for ONS2014 Research track will be co-published with USENIX electronically.
Menlo Park, CA (PRWEB) December 11, 2013
The Research Track at the 2014 ONS will provide a unique opportunity for researchers to present their innovative recent work related to SDN to a broad community of peer researchers and leaders from industry. Papers accepted for ONS2014 Research track will be co-published with USENIX electronically.
The primary goals of the Research Track are to:
- Facilitate an exchange of ideas;
- Leverage the strong industry presence at ONS to bring focus to relevant research problems;
- Build a community effort to explore and realize the potential of SDN.
Presenters are encouraged to submit a two-page extended abstract describing innovative SDN work. An ideal submission would describe a problem or idea of key practical importance to SDN and present initial results. Submissions describing operational experiences of deploying SDN are encouraged. Early stage work is of particular interest, however submissions summarizing published results are also welcome. Submissions will be selected based on originality of the work, likelihood of spawning insightful discussion, and technical merit. Accepted submissions may be granted a long presentation, short presentation, or a poster.
To learn more regarding:
- Submission topics & instructions
- Dates / Deadlines
- Program Committee
Please visit: http://www.opennetsummit.org/call-for-papers.html
About the USENIX Association
USENIX is the Advanced Computing Systems Association. For over 35 years, it has been the leading community for engineers, system administrators, scientists, and technicians working on the cutting edge of the computing world. USENIX conferences are the essential meeting grounds for the presentation and discussion of technical advances in all aspects of computing systems. USENIX is the only organization of its kind that supports entirely open access to research. For more information about the USENIX Association and to support our efforts, visit http://www.usenix.org/.
With a mission to transform networking, the non-profit ONS is exclusively committed to bringing together the thought leaders, luminaries, creators, and innovators of SDN and OpenFlow to lead the development of the networks of tomorrow. Founded in 2011, ONS produces conferences that attract participants from around the world, who come to discuss, share and shape the future of networking. Through exhibitions, demonstrations, visionary talks, technology tutorials and networking opportunities, ONS helps facilitate the understanding and dialogues that drive the advancements and adoption of new networking technologies. More information on the Open Networking Summit can be found at http://www.OpenNetSummit.org.