|Network Research and Emerging Technologies||Francis Lee Bu Sung, Brian Tierney, and Scott Brim|
|Network Architecture and Operations||Yasuichi KITAMURA, Mike Bennett, and Paul Schopis|
|R&E Network Applications||Koji Okamura, Ezra Kissel, and Eli Dart/Lauren Rotman|
Keynote speakers each day of TIP2013:
- Monday: Michael McRobbie (IU)
- Tuesday: Ian Foster (UChicago/ANL)
- Wednesday: Paul Vixie (ICANN)
- ESCC Meeting: Thursday, 17 January (8:30 AM) through Friday, 18 January (4:00 PM)
- Network Performance Workshop: Thursday, 17 January (8:30 AM) through Friday, 18 January (Noon)
- IPv6 Workshop: Thursday, 17 January (8:30 AM) through Friday, 18 January (Noon)
- OpenFlow Workshops: (Invitation Only version) Sunday, 13 January AND open (for fee - registration now open) version Thursday, 17 January
- GLIF Technical Working Group Meeting: Thursday, 17 January (8:30 AM) through Friday, 18 January (5:00 PM)
Once again, the APAN 35 conference and the Winter 2013 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs meeting converged in Honolulu, HI to form the TIP2013 joint conference January 13-18, hosted by the University of Hawaii. As in previous years, the event was held at the East-West Center (located at 1601 East-West Road adjacent to the University's Manoa campus), in the Hawaii Imin International Conference Center at Jefferson Hall.
By bringing these meetings together into one location approximately every five years, TIP2013 encourages greater global dialogue, facilitates technical collaboration across the Pacific, and provides an important discussion forum for issues of concern to R&E network stakeholders in this region of the world. (UH coordinates a range of technical meetings around this event; see: http://www.hawaii.edu/tip2013/)
In addition to plenary sessions throughout the week, Workshops and Tutorials were held on Sunday, several Hands-On Workshops were held on Thursday and Friday following the plenary sessions, and multiple co-located workshops, meetings, and gatherings were scheduled both before and after TIP2013.