2019 Technology Exchange
Join Us for the Premier Technical Event in R&E
We're looking forward to seeing you at TechEx!
Be sure to catch featured speaker Matthew R. Rantanen, known as the "Cyber Warrior for Community Networking," on Tuesday, Dec. 10 during The Exchange session, as well as community-member lightning talks.
Can't make it to all of the presentations on your wish list? With so many to choose from, we've got you covered. Look for all the latest buzz by following along on Twitter @internet2.edu and #TechEX19!!
As the date for the event draws near, be sure to check out these resources to help you with lodging and transportation, learn what to do in New Orleans, and find out what to expect if you're new to the event.
Not Too Late to Register
Registration is still open for the event.
A broad selection of community-led tutorials and workshops are scheduled on Monday, followed by a robust program of presentations in four topic areas (Advanced Networking, Cloud Architecture, InCommon, and Information Security). The program continues all the way to 5 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 12.
LOCATION: All activities take place at the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel, unless otherwise noted. Special thanks to local hosts Louisiana Optical Network Infrastructure (LONI), Louisiana State University, and the University of New Orleans.
If you have questions about the meeting please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internet2’s annual Technology Exchange conference is a premier technical event in the global R&E community, convening technology visionaries (technologists, architects, scientists, researchers, engineers, operators, and students) from around the world, for 3.5 days of presentations and discussions focusing on the next generation of federated trust and identity, information security, and advanced network design.
All Technology Exchange participants are expected to follow the Internet2 Events Code of Conduct.
NOTE: 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.
SPONSOR THIS EVENT
A wide range of sponsorship packages are available to help your organization drive awareness, visibility, and demand, convening more than 600 of the community’s technology visionaries to share expertise in a venue especially designed for the cross-pollination of ideas.
See Technology Exchange Sponsorship for more details.