2019 Technology Exchange
Call for Participation Open Until May 17!
We hope you plan to join us in New Orleans this December 9-12 for what promises to be the best Technology Exchange ever!
Plans for a broad selection of community-led tutorials on Monday are already underway. Proposals for these, as well as the technical sessions and working meetings, SIGs, and BoFs that will be scheduled Tuesday-to-Thursday/Friday. The call for sessions and tutorials (only) is open until May 17 -- other working meetings, SIGs, and BoF will be solicited in June, so mark your calendars!
(Note: We expect Trust and Identity "unconference" activities to continue through noon on Friday, December 13!)
SCHEDULING NOTE: There is a significant schedule change in 2019 — the event is in early December. Please plan your travel accordingly. If you have questions, 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. If you have questions, please contact email@example.com or take a look at the programs for the 2018 or 2017 events!
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 800 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.