2017 Technology Exchange
Save the Date: #TechEX17
Mark your calendars for this year’s Internet2 Technology Exchange. Held in downtown San Francisco from October 15–18, the event will feature presentations, panels, birds-of-a-feature and working meetings, tutorials, and workshops on a broad spectrum of topics related to advanced networking, information security, trust and identity, cloud implementation, and applications for research support.
- TechEX17 will be held October 15–18, San Francisco, CA
- Call for Working Meetings is now open through July 14, 2017
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Internet2’s annual Technology Exchange conference is a premier technical event in the global R&E community, convening the community’s technology visionaries—including chief technologists, scientists, engineers, architects, operators and students from around the U.S. and the globe.
Technology Exchange content focuses primarily on implementation challenges, best common practices, and future directions. (See the TechEX16 program for guidance.) A formal Call for Proposals (track sessions and tutorials) was open from mid-March through April. Building on the well-received tutorials offered in 2016, we are planning even more community-led instructional offerings this year. Look for a Call for Working Meetings in early June. If you have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Technology Exchange participants are expected to follow the Internet2 Events Code of Conduct.
NOTE WELL: All statements addressed to and related to the activities of Internet2 Working Groups, Working Group Projects, and Internet2 Area Initiatives and Projects are subject to the Internet2 Intellectual Property Framework, which grants to Internet2 and its members certain licenses and rights in such statements. These statements include conversations, correspondence, and/or all documents, electronic or physical. Statements not addressed to or not related to the activities of Internet2 Working Groups, Working Group Projects, or Internet2 Area Initiative or Project that are clearly not intended to be input to an Internet2 activity, group or project, are not subject to these provisions. Statements made to a group where written confidentiality agreements are in place are also not subject to these provisions.
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For information on the various sponsorship packages available, see Technology Exchange Sponsorship.