2014 Technology Exchange
INTERNET2, IN COLLABORATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY’S ENERGY SCIENCES NETWORK (ESnet), CONVENED THE 2014 TECHNOLOGY EXCHANGE to bring together a wide range of technical visionaries to address the challenges facing the research and education community as it supports data-intensive research. The Technology Exchange, a new annual conference, was hosted in 2014 by Indiana University at the JW Marriott Indianapolis.
The 2014 Technology Exchange was held at the JW Marriott Indianapolis.
Each day featured a full-group plenary session, select topic-specific formal talks, and a wide range of informal working discussions, collaborations and colocated meetings. The separate track areas also incorporated both focused topics and crossover sessions to encourage expanded audience collaborations and discussions.
Topic areas included Security; Trust, Identity and Middleware Applications; Cloud Services (System Integration & Ownership); and Advanced Networking/Joint Techs. Besides program sessions, the event also provided professional development opportunities—including workshops, tutorials, and community gatherings.
This new annual conference offers a forum for debate and conversations critical to ensuring that global research and education technology leaders are aligned and moving forward together. Thank you to all the community members who made this such an exciting technical program!
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