Workshop schedule

Keynote and Plenary talks, and breakout reports will take place in the Riverview Room on the 24th floor


Poster sessions will happen on the 24th floor, in the hallways near Riverview.


The three breakouts will use the following rooms: 

  • Core networking: Riverview (24th floor)
  • Wireless: Archimedes (23rd floor)
  • Networked systems: Tera (23rd floor)


Day 1: Thursday, July 30th, 2015


8:00-8:45 Breakfast -- near Riverview Room


8:45-9:00 Opening remarks


9:00-9:45 Keynote 1 - Jim Kurose (U Mass and NSF), "A welcome from NSF, and 10 (personal) tips for early career faculty"


9:45-10:15 Plenary talk 1 - Darleen Fisher (NSF), “Merit review process”


10:15-10:30 Break


10:30-11:00 Plenary talk 2 - Nick Feamster (Princeton), "Where Do Research Ideas Come From?"


11:00-12:15 Poster Session 1 (Blue Participants)


12:15-1:15 Working Lunch


1:15-2:30 Poster Session 2 (Green Participants)


2:30-3:15  Keynote 2 - Dina Katabi (MIT): "Academic Career in Wireless and Mobile Systems"


3:15-3:30 Break


3:30-5:15 Breakout session 1 - Three parallel breakouts on: “Wireless and mobile”, “Core networking (various wired networking topics, including SDN, data centers, protocols...)” and “Networked systems”


5:15-5:45 Reports from each breakout


5:45 Adjourn for the day


Day 2: Friday, July 31st, 2015


8:00-9:00 Breakfast -- near Riverview Room


9:00-9:30 Plenary talk 3 - Peter Steenkiste (CMU), "Thoughts on Research, Proposals and Education"


9:30-10:00 Plenary talk 4 - Craig Partridge (BBN), "Finding, Funding and Nuturing a Research Idea"


10:00-10:15 Break


10:15-11:45 Breakout session 2: same topics as before, but participants are expected to try topics outside their primary interest areas


11:45-12:15 Reports from each breakout


12:15-1:30 Lunch


1:30-3:00 Breakout session 3: same topics as before, but participants are expected to try topics outside their primary interest areas


3:00-3:30 Reports from each breakout


3:45 Workshop ends


Workshop participants: please make sure you can stay till the end of the workshop.


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Z. Morley Mao,
Aug 21, 2015, 7:36 AM
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