Summer 2011 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs

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Lightning Talks

Time 07/13/11 11:20AM-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. Paul
Love will moderate this session; talks presented
include:


  • Capirca, an ACL language generator framework
    (Antonio Ceseracciu)

  • State of ESnet's 100G ANI Testbed Project
    (Brian Tierney)

  • NTP and Owamp within 100 microsecond RTT
    (Alan Whinery)

  • April 5, 2011: Network Appreciation Day (Dan
    Schmiedt)

  • Who's Who of IP Addresses (Jon Dugan)

  • Bears in Alaska - up close (Randy Brogle)

Speakers

Speaker Randy Brogle Internet2

Speaker Dan Schmiedt Clemson University

Speaker Paul Love NCO and NOAA

Speaker Alan Whinery University of Hawaii

Speaker Brian Tierney Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)

Speaker Antonio Ceseracciu Stanford Linear Accelerator

Speaker Jon Dugan Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Who's Who of IP Addresses (pdf)

Speaker Jon Dugan Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)

Secondary tracks Security Research Partnership Performance / Measurement Net+Services National/Regional Collaboration Mobility in the Environment Global Reach Emerging Technologies Campus Networking Advanced Network Services

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 during the workshop. 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 before Wednesday morning break. Remember, the 300-second limit will be strictly enforced! 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 during the workshop. 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 before Wednesday morning break. Remember, the 300-second limit will be strictly enforced!

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