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    student 40 and industry some 20 participation We also learned a couple of logistics lessons to be improved and will gather those and ensure to pass them on to the organizing committees of future events read more 20 August 2014 1 2015 status SIGCOMM preparation for 2015 is well on its way We had a joint meeting of the 2014 and 2015 org committees on 19 August 2014 to ensure that information flows between the organizers of both events 2 Book projects We are in the process of discussing a book project specifically on SDN invited We will additionally accept other book proposals read more 9 May 2014 1 Update on Sigcomm 2014 A short update by Yashar The conference schedule is finalized We will reach out especially for industrial demos in addition to the usual more academic ones There will be ample space demos so that we can invite industrial demos without worrying about space constraints We will reach out to some industry players but the demos will be open and accept other submissions This will be publicized in the next newsletter read more 7 March 2014 Minutes of the SIGCOMM EC Conference Call 2014 03 07 1 Discussion on summer school proposal We reviewed one proposal for a summer school The proposal is in good shape and the summer school has a successful track record The proposal is tentatively accepted but we will need a more specific funding request that specifies in detail how much funding is asked for and for what read more 7 February 2014 read more 10 January 2014 read more 6 December 2013 Minutes of the SIGCOMM EC Call 2013 12 06 1 Summer school We have a draft proposal circulated by Olivier Olivier will update the draft based upon some suggestions and the

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  • About | acm sigcomm
    and fellows Annual Reports Annual reports on finances events awards grants and other topics by the SIGCOMM chair Conference Planning Information for planning the SIGCOMM annual festival including discussions on policy experiences managing the conference timelines sample documents etc Grants Information on grants available for community projects summerr schools and related activities Officers Executive committee board appointees Sigcomm Technical Steering Committee and ToN steering committee Mailing Lists SIGCOMM has two

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  • SIGCOMM Award Recipients | acm sigcomm
    2006 Domenico Ferrari The award to Domenico Ferrari is in recognition of fundamental contributions to Internet QoS architecture and wide area network research testbeds his leadership in managing the BSD Unix project his leadership in founding and establishing ICSI as a premier international networking research institution and his dedication to educate the next generation of leaders in networking research 2005 Paul Mockapetris The award to Paul Mockapetris is in recognition of his foundational work in designing developing and deploying the Domain Name System and his sustained leadership in overall Internet architecture development 2004 Simon Lam The award to Simon Lam is in recognition of his vision breadth and rigor in contributing to among other areas secure network communication the analysis of network and multiaccess protocols the analysis of queueing networks and the design of mechanisms for quality of service The slides for his keynote address are available as is a picture of his award 2003 David Cheriton For his contributions in data networking and systems and for his keen talent for questioning the assumptions behind all our work The slides for his keynote address may be found here 2002 Scott Shenker The award to Scott Shenker is in recognition of his contributions to Internet design and architecture to fostering research collaboration and as a role model for commitment and intellectual rigor in networking research 2001 Van Jacobson The award to Van Jacobson is for contributions to protocol architecture and congestion control A PDF version of Van s talk is available 2000 Andre Danthine The award to Andre Danthine is for basic contributions to protocol design modelling and for leadership in the development of computer networking in Europe 1999 Peter Kirstein The award to Peter Kirstein is for Contributions to the practical understanding of large scale networks through the deployment of

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  • SIGCOMM Doctoral Dissertation Award | acm sigcomm
    mile infrastructure and presents improvements to mitigate the effects of these factors 2012 Shyamnath Gollakota The dissertation provides a fundamentally new and practical way to deal with interference in the wireless medium often rendering it harmless or even turning it into an advantage While traditional wireless systems have attempted to avoid interference this thesis is the first to practically demonstrate techniques to decode packets under significant interference and leveraging it for improved security The thesis is transformative and can significantly impact the design of future wireless communication systems Runners Up Ashok Anand The dissertation presents a range of innovative techniques to eliminate redundancies in traffic across diverse hosts routers and networks across the Internet The work itself is rigorous and comprehensive in its treatment of redundancy elimination techniques As the demand for Internet bandwidth continues to be higher than ever before such approaches can prove to be highly beneficial Laurent Vanbever The dissertation provides fundamental innovations that allow a network to be re configured without causing inconsistencies in network routing structures The thesis encompasses good theoretical concepts that ensure global correctness properties and practical manifestations of these concepts to make them deployable As networks around us continue to get more complex the techniques developed in this thesis provide significant tools to improve efficient management of these networks 2011 Minlan Yu Scalable Management of Enterprise and Data Center Networks Minlan Yu s PhD thesis concerns the design implementation and evaluation of a scalable management architecture for enterprise and data center networks Minlan s research goes full circle from important practical problems to creative data structures and algorithms to rigorous analysis and modeling and finally to the design and implementation of novel systems Minlan s thesis is exceptional both in breadth and depth with proven results on one of the world s

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  • Best Paper Award Guidelines | acm sigcomm
    criteria for the selection of such awards on its website at the time that the call for papers is issued 3 A student paper is defined as a paper whose primary author was a student at the time of submission If an award is to be made to the best student paper then all student papers must be clearly indicated at submission time 4 Award decisions must be made by an award committee that is appointed either by the conference s PC chairs or the conference s Steering Committee PC chairs may serve on the award committee but must not constitute the entire award committee 5 Due to the intrinsic potential for conflicts Program Committee Chair papers must be automatically excluded from all best paper awards as must any papers with whom the award committee has conflicts SIGCOMM Best Paper Award Guidelines The SIGCOMM conference gives an award to the best paper If a student is not the main author of that paper then the conference also gives a best student paper to the best paper whose primary author is a student Student authors of the best student paper there may be more than one will receive travel grants These

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  • SIGCOMM Rising Star Award Nominations | acm sigcomm
    Rising Star award committee will evaluate the nominees Also of particular interest are strong research contributions made independently from the nominee s PhD advisor The award will be presented at the annual ACM CoNEXT conference where the award winner will deliver a keynote address Conference registration travel and lodging for the awardee will be paid by ACM SIGCOMM A nominee must be 35 years of age or younger as of December 31 of the year in which the award would be made Award Committee Awardees will be selected by an Award Committee whose chair is appointed by the ACM SIGCOMM Awards Chair The Chair may serve a term of up to 3 years Besides the chair the ACM SIGCOMM Rising Star Award Committee will be composed of 4 other members renewed yearly reflecting the global nature of the networking field and the diverse research cultures that exist in different countries The ACM SIGCOMM Awards Chair will appoint 2 award committee members and the ACM CoNEXT Steering Committee Chair will appoint the 2 other award committee members The shortlisting process and final awardee selection will be made through open discussions amongst the award committee members Nomination Process Following an open call for nominations nominations should be made in the form of a letter addressed to the Chair of the Rising Star Award Committee The nominator should solicit recommendations from colleagues in the field who are most familiar with the nominee s achievements Copies of published work should not be sent The nominator is responsible for ensuring that all nomination materials reach the Rising Star Award Committee Chair by email by the submission deadline Nominations that arrive after the deadline will be held over to the following year for consideration Nominations that did not result in an award can be resubmitted or

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  • Doctoral Dissertation Award Nominations | acm sigcomm
    the nomination A dissertation can be nominated for both the SIGCOMM Doctoral Dissertation Award and the ACM Doctoral Dissertation Award Submission Deadline November 30 Decision Deadline The Award Committee will inform the SIGCOMM Chair and the winner and runners up of the results by December 31 of each year Submission Procedure All nomination materials must be submitted electronically to the current Chair of the SIGCOMM Doctoral Dissertation Award by the submission deadline and must be submitted in English PDF format is preferred for all materials Late submissions will not be considered Nominations for the award must include 1 A statement summarizing the candidate s PhD thesis contributions and potential impact and justification of the nomination no more than two pages 2 The PhD thesis itself 3 An endorsement letter by the department chair 4 Three endorsement letters supporting the nomination including the significant PhD thesis contributions of the candidate Each endorsement should be no longer than 500 words with clear specification of the nominee s PhD thesis contributions and potential impact on the computer networking field 5 A concise statement one sentence of the PhD thesis contribution for which the award is being given This statement will appear on the plaque and on the SIGCOMM website The nomination rules are 1 The nominee must be a SIGCOMM member 2 No self nomination is allowed 3 Each nominated dissertation must have been accepted successfully defended by the department within a 12 month period prior to the submission deadline Award Selection Committee The Award Selection Committee will consist of three SIGCOMM members one of whom will be appointed as the Selection Committee chair Award committee members will be appointed by the current SIGCOMM awards chair The committee chair will adjudicate conflicts of interest appointing substitutes to the committee as necessary Committee members

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  • Awards | acm sigcomm
    by SIGCOMM in 2011 and recognizes excellent thesis research by doctoral candidates in the field of computer networking and data communication SIGCOMM Rising Star Award Each year ACM SIGCOMM presents a Rising Star Award recognizing a young researcher an individual no older than 35 who has made outstanding research contributions to the field of communication networks during this early part of his or her career Depth impact and novelty of the researcher s contributions will be key criteria upon which the Rising Star award committee evaluate the nominees Also of particular interest are strong research contributions made independently from the nominee s PhD advisor Test of Time Paper Award The ACM SIGCOMM Test of Time Award recognizes a paper published 10 to 12 years in the past in Computer Communication Review or any SIGCOMM sponsored or co sponsored conference that is deemed to be an outstanding paper whose contents are still a vibrant and useful contribution today SIGCOMM conference specific awards Best Paper Award winners Student Paper Award winners ACM Recognition of SIGCOMM Members ACM Fellows ACM Fellows who are SIGCOMM members ACM Distinguished Members ACM s distinguished scientists and educators who are members of SIGCOMM The Distinguished Member Grade

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