opensig2003

Columbia University in the City of New York

October 9-10, 2003

This year's sponsors are:

Columbia University Department of Computer Science

 

Dinner will be the evening of the 9th at Ruby Foo's (Broadway and 77th.)

OpenSig promotes the development of new network architectures and services through open signaling and programmability. The OpenSig community offers a forum for the communication of experimental and theoretical results aimed at a better understanding of the issues involved in flexible, programmable network architecture, and the evolution of existing infrastructure in that direction.

If you are interested in presenting, please check out the call for papers.

The workshop traditionally contains a number of invited talks. We ask that speakers submit a two page abstract of their proposed talk on one of the topics mentioned below or other topics related to the theme.

The workshop is being organized by the Department of Computer Science at Columbia University.

The theme for the OpenSig 2003 Workshop is "Security, Overlay Networks and Resilience". The primary aim is to identify, propose, or highlight new strategies in survivability, resilience, and security emerging from research, especially in (but not limited to) overlay networks.

The workshop is held mainly at the Maison Francais. For directions to Columbia University, see the local information page.