Extended abstracts (rather than full papers) are invited on all subjects relevant to the spirit and objectives of the conference: to present, discuss and learn about the latest developments in networking technology for the research and education community and their use by the community. The topics below are an indication of the planned scope of the conference, but are not meant to be restrictive.
- Who is there?Digital Identity in Action
- User-centric Identity, Trust, Roaming, Federations and Policies, Enabling Applications
- Is this for real?Virtual Worlds
- Social Communities, Culture, Virtual Worlds, Gaming, Realtime Communication Services
- What is bothering you?Security
- Privacy, Incident Response, Safe Networks, Disaster Recovery, Regulators and the NRENs, Availability, Spam-Spim–Spit
- What is behind?
- Service Clouds- e-science, e-arts/humanities, environmental monitoring, advanced and mobile Web technologies and content networks
- What is happening?Monitoring and Measurement
- Diagnostics, Going Global, Harmonising Systems and Services, That Third A!
- What next?Future Development
- Enhanced Media Content, Growing the Network, Adding Bandwidth, the Next Billion Users/the Next Ten Billion Devices, Up-scaling Services, Innovative Uses
- Who cares?The Users Do
- WiMAX, 3G, Make It Simple (Plug-and-Play), Expanding Campuses, Lightpaths, Service Provision
Extended abstracts of about 1200 words (two A4 pages) must be submitted in English, the official language of the conference.