Winter 2011 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs

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Lightning Talks

Time 02/02/11 11:10AM-11:50AM

Session Abstract

A Lightning Talk is a very short (no more than 5 minutes) talk on a topic of your choice - anything interesting or timely - or even a bit off the wall. Submissions will be solicited up until 2 pm on TUESDAY; selections will be made by 6 pm that day. Please send proposals for Lightning Talks to jt-lightning-talks@internet2.edu.


Slides are optional. All slides must be pre-loaded on the podium laptop - you will not be permitted to use your own laptop, as there just won't be time for swapping. Slides must be received by 9:30 Wednesday morning. Remember, the 300-second limit will be strictly enforced!


Some tips on how to do a successful Lightning Talk are at:
http://perl.plover.com/lt/osc2003/lightning-talks.html
.

Speakers

Speaker Paul Love NCO and NOAA

Speaker Brian Tierney Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)

Speaker Michael Sinatra University of California, Berkeley

Speaker Alan Whinery University of Hawaii

Speaker Azher Mughal California Institute of Technology

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail IPv6 - How can you tell if it is real? (pdf)

Speaker Owen DeLong Hurricane Electric

Speaker Owen DeLong Hurricane Electric

media item thumbnail BMW Performance Driving School Experience (pdf)

Speaker Owen DeLong Hurricane Electric

Speaker Kathryn Mace Clemson University

media item thumbnail Network Performance Benchmarks Using 40GE NIC (pdf)

Speaker Owen DeLong Hurricane Electric

Speaker Azher Mughal California Institute of Technology

media item thumbnail Get Ready for World IPv6 Day (pdf)

Speaker Owen DeLong Hurricane Electric

Speaker Michael Sinatra University of California, Berkeley

Secondary tracks Network Infrastructures

Session Media

media item thumbnail Lightning Talks Netcast Archive A Lightning Talk is a very short (no more than 5 minutes) talk on a topic of your choice - anything interesting or timely - or even a bit off the wall. Submissions will be solicited up until 2 pm on TUESDAY; selections will be made by 6 pm that day. Please send proposals for Lightning Talks to jt-lightning-talks@internet2.edu. Slides are optional. All slides must be pre-loaded on the podium laptop - you will not be permitted to use your own laptop, as there just won't be time for swapping. Slides must be received by 9:30 Wednesday morning. Remember, the 300-second limit will be strictly enforced! Some tips on how to do a successful Lightning Talk are at: http://perl.plover.com/lt/osc2003/lightning-talks.html. media item thumbnail Lightning Talks Netcast Archive A Lightning Talk is a very short (no more than 5 minutes) talk on a topic of your choice - anything interesting or timely - or even a bit off the wall. Submissions will be solicited up until 2 pm on TUESDAY; selections will be made by 6 pm that day. Please send proposals for Lightning Talks to jt-lightning-talks@internet2.edu. Slides are optional. All slides must be pre-loaded on the podium laptop - you will not be permitted to use your own laptop, as there just won't be time for swapping. Slides must be received by 9:30 Wednesday morning. Remember, the 300-second limit will be strictly enforced! Some tips on how to do a successful Lightning Talk are at: http://perl.plover.com/lt/osc2003/lightning-talks.html.

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