2017 Technology Exchange
Thanks to all who joined us in downtown San Francisco for this year’s Internet2 Technology Exchange! The event featured over 90 presentations, 50 working meetings, 10 in-depth tutorials, and 5 co-located workshops on a broad spectrum of topics related to advanced networking, information security, trust and identity, web-scale computing, and applications for research support.
- TechEX17 was held at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco October 15–18, in San Francisco, CA.
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. This year's Call for Proposals generated even more community-led instructional offerings this year and a full program spanning (5) topic areas, with track talks starting 8:00 am on Monday running through 5:00 pm on Wednesday. Content in the community-led Advance CAMP discussions in the Trust and Identity track continues through noon Thursday. If you have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Technology Exchange participants are expected to follow the Internet2 Events Code of Conduct.
The 2017 Internet2 Technology Exchange was co-hosted by the Corporation For Education Network Initiatives In California (CENIC), Energy Sciences Network (ESnet), and the University of California, Berkeley.
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