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  • HotNets Workshop | acm sigcomm
    the community To fulfill these goals HotNets calls for short position papers that argue a thoughtful point of view rather than full length conference papers and maintains a broad and diverse scope Scope and Summary Submission to the workshop is open and encouraged across a wide ranging set of topics including at least security distributed systems sensor networks middleware economics and management as well as more traditional core networking topics Attendance is limited to around 60 participants drawn mainly from the author pool to help promote a welcoming atmosphere for discussions In previous years HotNets has received over 100 submissions and selected one in four of these for presentation at the workshop Steering Committee Ramesh Govindan USC 2015 Bruce Davie Chair VMware 2014 Hari Balakrishnan MIT 2014 Upcoming Workshop HotNets 2015 Previous HotNets Workshops The proceedings of the following past HotNets workshops are available online HotNets 2014 Los Angeles CA October 27 28 2014 HotNets XII College Park MD November 21 22 2013 HotNets XI Redmond WA October 29 30 2012 HotNets X Cambridge MA November 14 15 2011 HotNets IX Monterey CA October 20 21 2010 HotNets VIII New York City NY October 22 23 2009 HotNets VII Calgary

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/events/hotnets-workshop?destination=node%2F263 (2016-04-25)
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  • SenSys Conference | acm sigcomm
    novel systems challenges because of resource constraints uncertainty irregularity and scale SenSys design issues span multiple disciplines including wireless communication networking operating systems architecture low power circuits distributed algorithms data processing scheduling sensors energy harvesting and signal processing SenSys seeks to provide a cross disciplinary venue for researchers addressing these networked sensor system design issues Papers are reviewed by a 20 member TPC Papers are 15 pages long double blind reviewed Scope and Summary Submission to the conference is open and encouraged across a wide ranging set of topics pertaining to sensing systems including architecture and protocols distributed coordination algorithms fault tolerance energy efficiency operating systems data information and signal processing storage actuation and control programming methodology security and privacy network planning provisioning and deployment operational experience and testbeds experimental methodology Analysis of real world systems and fundamental limits applications and integration with other systems Steering Committee Jie Liu Microsoft Chair Chiara Petrioli Microsoft SIGMOBILE Representative Hamed Haddadi Queen Mary University of London SIGCOMM Representative Past SIGCOMM representatives Sylvia Ratnasamy 2008 2013 Craig Partridge 2003 2008 For the full detals see Sensys Steering Committee Members Upcoming Conference SenSys 2015 November 1 4 2015 Seoul South Korea Previous SenSys Conferences The

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/events/sensys-conference?destination=node%2F268 (2016-04-25)
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  • ANCS Conference | acm sigcomm
    on networking and communication in the broad sense including novel architectures architectural support for advanced communications systems algorithms and protocols for advanced architectures software and applications for next generation networking architectures and methodology and benchmarking for evaluating advanced communication architectures Our emphasis this year will be on hardware and software elements in the context of systems that enable networks to evolve and scale Areas of interest include but are not

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/events/ancs-conference?destination=node%2F258 (2016-04-25)
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  • International Conference on Future Energy Systems (ACM e-Energy) | acm sigcomm
    the premier venue for researchers working in the broad areas of computing and communication for smart energy systems including the smart grid and in energy efficient computing and communication systems By bringing together researchers in a high quality single track conference with significant opportunities for individual and small group interaction it will serve as a major forum for presentations and discussions that will shape the future of this area Upcoming

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/events/eenergy-conference?destination=node%2F3428 (2016-04-25)
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  • Events in Cooperation with ACM SIGCOMM | acm sigcomm
    and Networking April 13 15 2010 University of Passau Germany USENIX Symposium on Networked System Design and Implementation April 28 30 2010 San Jose CA USA The 20th International workshop on Network and Operating Systems Support for Digital Audio and Video June 2 4 2010 Amsterdam IPTComm10 Principles Systems and Applications of IP Telecommunications August 2 3 Munich 6th Asian Internet Engineering Conference AINTEC November 5 17 2010 Bangkok 2009 USENIX Symposium on Networked System Design and Implementation April 22 24 2009 Boston MA USA SIMPLEX 09 1st Annual Workshop on Simplifying Complex Network for Practitioners July 1 Venice IPTComm09 Principles Systems and Applications of IP Telecommunications July 7 8 Atlanta 5th IFIP ACM Latin America Networking Conference September 24 25 2009 Pelotas Brazil 5th Asian Internet Engineering Conference AINTEC November 18 20 2009 Bangkok Thailand The 19th International workshop on Network and Operating Systems Support for Digital Audio and Video June 3 5 2009 Williamsburg Virginia USA Workshop on Network and System Support for Games NetGames 2009 November 23 24 2009 Paris 2008 4th Asian Internet Engineering Conference November 18 20 2008 Bangkok Thailand NetGames 2008 Seventh Workshop on Network and System Support for Games October 21 22 2008 Worcester Massachusetts USA USENIX Network Systems Design and Implementation NSDI April 16 18 2008 San Francisco California USA 2007 IFIP ACM Latin America Networking Conference LANC 2007 October 10 11 2007 San Jose Costa Rica NetGames 2007 September 19 20 Melbourne Australia MobiArch 2007 August 27 2007 Kyoto Japan IPTComm 2007 July 19 20 2007 New York New York USA ACM FCRC Workshop on Experimental Computer Science June 13 14 2007 San Diego California USA USENIX Network Systems Design and Implementation NSDI April 11 13 2007 Cambridge Massachusetts USA USENIX International Workshop on Networking Meets Databases April 10 2007 Cambridge Massachusetts USA 2006 Conference on Future Networking Technologies CONEXT 2006 December 4 7 2006 Lisboa Portugal MobiArch 2006 December 1 2006 San Francisco California USA NetGames 2006 October 30 31 Singapore VoIP Security Workshop 2006 June 1 2 2006 Berlin Germany USENIX Network Systems Design and Implementation NSDI May 8 10 2006 San Jose California USA 2005 NetGames 2005 Fourth Workshop on Network and System Support for Games October 10 11 2005 Hawthorne New York USA Conference on Future Networking Technologies CONEXT 2005 October 24 27 2005 Toulouse France IFIP ACM Latin America Networking Conference LANC 2005 October 10 14 2005 Cali Colombia USENIX Network Systems Design and Implementation NSDI May 2 4 2005 Boston Massachusetts USA 2004 NOSSDAV 2004 June 18 21 2004 Kinsale County Cork Ireland USENIX Network Systems Design and Implementation NSDI March 29 31 2004 San Francisco California USA MIPS 2004 Multimedia Interactive Protocols and Systems Formerly IDMS PROMS November 16 19 2004 Grenoble France 2003 NGC ICQT 2003 September 16 19 2003 Munich Germany MIPS 03 Multimedia Interactive Protocols and Systems Formerly IDMS PROMS November 18 21 2003 Napoli Italy IWQoS 2003 June 2 4 2003 Monterey California USA Human Society Internet International Conference June

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/events/in-cooperation-with-acm-sigcomm?destination=node%2F262 (2016-04-25)
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  • Computer Communication Review | acm sigcomm
    Computer Communication Review CCR is a publication of the ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communication SIGCOMM and publishes articles on topics within the SIG s field of interest Technical papers accepted to CCR typically report on practical advances or the practical applications of theoretical advances CCR serves as a forum for interesting and novel ideas at an early stage in their development The focus is on timely dissemination of new ideas that may help trigger additional investigations While the innovation and timeliness are the major criteria for its acceptance technical robustness and readability will also be considered in the review process We particularly encourage papers with early evaluation or feasibility studies Papers accepted for publication are printed in the CCR print edition and are also made available on line through CCR Online and through the ACM Digital Library Editorial Board Editor Olivier Bonaventure Université catholique de Louvain Belgium Area Editors Katerina Argyraki EPFL Switzerland Fabian Bustamante Northwestern University USA Joseph Camp SMU USA Augustin Chaintreau Columbia University USA David Choffnes Northeastern University USA Alberto Dainotti CAIDA USA Fahad Dogar Tufts University USA Athina Markopoulou UC Irvine Marco Mellia Politecnico di Torino Italy Bhaskaran Raman IIT Bombay India Costin Raiciu

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/publications/computer-communication-review?destination=node%2F259 (2016-04-25)
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  • SIGCOMM Award Nominations | acm sigcomm
    member of ACM SIGCOMM The nominator must be a member of ACM SIGCOMM Nominations must be received by the Chairman of the SIGCOMM Award Committee no later than March 31 each year Nominations which did not result in an award can be resubmitted updated in subsequent years Previous awardees are not eligible for future nominations Members of the Award Committee are not eligible Members of the SIGCOMM Executive Committee Chairman Vice Chairman Secretary Treasurer Past Chairman and Editor are not eligible Material to be included in the nomination Curriculum Vitae including publications of nominee Concise statement one sentence of the work for which the award is being nominated This statement will appear on the award plaque Description of the nominee s role in the work justifying the nomination At most four letters of recommendation from others which identify rationale for the nomination and by what means the recommender knows of the nominee s work It is recommended that at least three letters of recommendation be included in the nomination materials Justification for declaring the nominee s work to be a major lifetime contribution to computer communications The nomination should be made in the form of a letter addressed to the

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/awards/sigcomm-award-nominations?destination=node%2F224 (2016-04-25)
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  • ACM SIGCOMM Test of Time Paper Award | acm sigcomm
    of 1995 The papers thus recognized were as follows The award is given annually and consists of a custom glass award and reprinting the paper in Computer Communication Review The paper will be chosen by an award committee appointed by the SIGCOMM Award Committee Chair To assist in the process below are links to the tables of contents of the eligible issues of Computer Communication Review and SIGCOMM proceedings PlanetLab an overlay testbed for broad coverage services Brent Chun David Culler Timothy Roscoe Andy Bavier Larry Peterson Mike Wawrzoniak and Mic Bowman Proc SIGCOMM CCR Volume 33 Issue 3 July 2003 For catalyzing a qualitative change in the nature of experimental networking research By overcoming barriers to planetary scale experimentation and deployment the authors and their enduring testbed artifact ushered in a new era of empirically validated network protocol design catalyzed community wide attention to the thoughtful construction and employment of appropriate research infrastructures testbeds and measurement platforms and helped to foster a now vibrant research area focused on understanding Internet scale network phenomena A delay tolerant network architecture for challenged internets Kevin Fall Proc SIGCOMM 2003 For anchoring a line of network architecture research that represented a sharp conceptual break from the internet centric focus of the community at the time substantially broadened the scope of applicability of networked computer communication and remains a vital and active research topic today serving domains ranging from resource poor rural environments to interplanetary space science support 2012 Tussle in cyberspace defining tomorrow s internet David Clark Karen Sollins John Wroclawski and Bob Braden Proc ACM SIGCOMM 2002 The Tussle in Cyberspace paper observed that different parties involved in the Internet s evolution can have interests that were directly at odds and that the conflict between these interests has a direct effect on the success or failure of efforts to update rework or add features to the network The paper and its expanded version published a few years later in IEEE ACM Tranactions on Networking forced network architects and protocol designers to recognize the swirl of conflicting demands that could enable or derail their vision and brought the term tussle into widespread use as a reminder of those demands 2011 Chord A Scalable Peer to peer Lookup Service for Internet Applications Ion Stoica Robert Morris David Karger M Frans Kaashoek Hari Balakrishnan Proc ACM SIGCOMM 2001 A Scalable Content addressable Network Sylvia Ratnasamy Paul Francis Mark Handley Richard Karp Scott Shenker Proc ACM SIGCOMM 2001 2010 An analysis of BGP convergence properties by Tim Griffin and Gordon Wilfong SIGCOMM 1999 On Power Law Relationships of the Internet Topology by Michalis Faloutsos Petros Faloutsos and Christos Faloutsos SIGCOMM 1999 2009 A Digital Fountain Approach to Reliable Distribution of Bulk Data by John Byers Michael Luby Michael Mitzenmacher and Ashutosh Rege Proc of ACM SIGCOMM 1998 2008 Internet Routing Instability by Craig Labovitz G Robert Malan and Farnam Jahanian Proc of ACM SIGCOMM 1997 The Macroscopic Behavior of the TCP Congestion Avoidance Algorithm by Matthew

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