2018 Technology Exchange
#TechEX18: SAVE THE DATE!
NOTE: Significant Scheduling Change for 2018!
1. Tutorials, workshops, and co-located meetings (i.e., REFEDS) begin on MONDAY, October 15; core days for track content and working meetings run from Tuesday, October 16 to Thursday., October 18.
2. Advance CAMP content continues until 12 Noon on FRIDAY, October 19, so please plan your travel accordingly!
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. For 2018, we expect to offer a broad range of community-led instructional offerings on Monday, followed by a full program spanning multiple topic areas from 8:00 am on Tuesday running through 5:00 pm on Thursday.
TRAVEL: When planning your trip, please remember that the community-led Advance CAMP discussions in the Trust and Identity track continue through noon on FRIDAY, October 19!
Pre- and post-event workshops and discussions are expected in the Advanced Networking track, as well, so please check the program before finalizing your travel plans!
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.
A wide range of sponsorship packages are available to help your organization drive awareness, visibility, and demand with nearly 1,000 C-level information technology decision-makers and other high-level influencers from the nation's top universities, government and scientific research organizations.
See Technology Exchange Sponsorship for more details.