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This page contains helpful information about meetings, conferences, workshops, etc. that are related to the Internet and the many aspects of advanced networking. Events are listed alphabetically within each month.

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January

  • APAN/TransPAC/NLANR/Internet2 Techs Workshop *

    January 28 - 31, 2001. Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. Sponsored by APAN, TransPAC, NLANR, and Internet2. Building upon the previous NLANR/Internet2 and CANARIE/NLANR/Internet2 Techs Workshops.

  • CNDS 01 - SCS Communication Networks and Distributed Systems Modelling and Simulation Conference *

    January 7-11, 2001. Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Part of the 2001 Western MultiConference (WMC'01). A forum for the exchange of ideas among researchers about the design and performance of computer systems, network architectures, and communications protocols in parallel and distributed environments.

  • Global IPv6 Summits *

    A listing of current and upcoming events the IPv6 Forum will be hosting or participating in.

  • ICOIN-15 - The 15th International Conference on Information Networking *

    January 31 - February 2, 2001. Beppu City, Japan. ICOIN provides an international forum for scientists, engineers, computer users, and students to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results about all aspects of communication networks and distributed computing systems.

  • MMVR 2001 - Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 2001 *

    January 24-27, 2001. Newport Beach, California, USA. The theme of this year's conference is "Outer Space, Inner Space, Virtual Space". MMVR will offer its participants the latest advances in a wide variety of interactive computer technologies as a health care tool including the Internet & health.

  • QoS-IP 2001 - International Workshop on QoS in Multiservice IP Networks *

    January 24-26, 2001. Rome, Italy. Topics concerning the provision of QoS guarantees in multiservice IP networks.

  • SAINT-2001 - The 2001 Symposium on Applications and the Internet *

    January 8-12, 2001. San Diego-Mission Valley, California, USA. An opportunity for engineers and scientists in academia, industry, and government to present their latest findings in the area of Internet applications and the underlying technologies to support those applications.

  • TeleMed 2001 - 8th International Conference on Telemedicine and Telecare *

    January 15-16, 2001. London, United Kingdom. "From research to service delivery" is this year's theme. International researchers will present on the following topics: Evaluation of Clinical Telemedicine and Telecare Technology Shaping Service Delivery.

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    February

  • AI 2001 - Applied Informatics *

    February 19-22, 2001. Innsbruck, Austria. A major forum for the presentation of innovative developments and the exchange of information for researchers and practitioners. It will be held in conjunction with the international conference on Modelling, Identification and Control (MIC 2001).

  • Asia-Pacific Advanced Network (APAN) 2001 Hawaii Meeting *

    February 1-2, 2001. Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. Adjacent meetings of closely related groups including: the Internet2/NLANR Joint Techs Workshop, Multilingual Internet Names Consortium, TransPAC Management, Internet Educational Equal Access Foundation, as well as a number of working groups and special interest sessions. Immediately follows the APAN/TransPAC/NLANR/Internet2 Techs Workshop.

  • DCV '01 - 2nd USF International Workshop on Digital and Computational Video *

    February 9, 2001. Tampa, Florida, USA. Explores the trends in digital and computational video including but not limited to the applications, technology and mathematical aspects with presentations on topics including telemedicine, mass communications, distance learning, networked video. DCV'01 will be held in conjuction with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Advanced Technology Progam presentations.

  • ICACT2001 - The 3rd International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology *

    February 8-10, 2001. Muju Resort, South Korea. ICACT2001 will provide an open forum for researchers, engineers, policy makers, network planners, and service providers in telecommunications. Extensive exchange of information will be provided on newly emerging systems, standards, regulations, services, and variety of applications in the area of telecommunications.

  • IWS2001 - International Workshop on Next Generation Internet and its Applications *

    February 21 - 23, 2001. Tokyo, Japan. "Fostering vital interdisciplinary cooperation between research in both next generation Internet technology and its application in agriculture, earth environment, medicine, digital library and education, through key technologies and products.

  • NDSS 01 - Network and Distributed System Security Symposium *

    February 7 - 9, 2001. San Diego, California, USA. Bringing together researchers, implementers, and users of network and distributed system security technologies.

  • ONDM 2001 - The 5th Working Conference on Optical Network Design and Modelling *

    February 5-7, 2001. Vienna, Austria. Presenting the most recent progress in optical network architectures, design, operation and management.

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    March

  • ISADS 2001 - Fifth International Symposium on Autonomous Decentralized System *

    March 26-28, 2001. Dallas, Texas, USA. The symposium provides a forum for the discussion of next-generation systems, which are based on emerging technologies and applications. To ensure their reliability and efficiency, the systems are expected to have the characteristics of living systems composed of largely autonomous and decentralized components that are referred to as Autonomous Decentralized Systems (ADS).

  • OFC 2001 - Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibit *

    March 17-22, 2001. Anaheim, California, USA. The conference provides a forum for identifying trends and focusing on new optical communication initiatives, such as WDM, optical networks, broadband lasers and detectors, optical amplifiers, and technology for fiber optic networks.

  • Telemedicine Symposium - Telemedicine and Telecommunications: Options for the New Century *

    March 13-14, 2001. Bethesda, Maryland, USA. The Office of High Performance Computing and Communications, LHNCBC, National Library of Medicine is sponsoring this event which will highlight the telemedicine research funded by NLM from 1994 to 2000.

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    April

  • 2001 Society for Computer Simulation International Euromedia *

    April 18-20, 2001. Valencia, Spain. The 2001 SCS Euromedia conference brings together three individual conferences (WEBTEC, MEDIATEC and COMTEC) culminating in two applications conferences (APTEC and ETEC). Euromedia focuses on the exchange of new technology, methods, tools, and applications in the wide field of multimedia Information and Communications Technology (ICT).

  • Beyond SONET/SDH *

    April 10 - 13, 2001. Paris, France. This conference will tackle pressing issues -- capital to the evolution of the Sonet/SDH layer including as it pertains to the NGI and the 10 Gigabit Ethernet.

  • GBN 2001 - Gigabit Networking Workshop *

    April 22, 2001. Anchorage, Alaska, USA. Provide a forum for presenting and discussing very recent work in gigabit networking and to raise relevant issues to the general networking community. All issues relating to high bandwidth networking are considered relevant. (Sponsored by the IEEE ComSoc Technical Committee on Gigabit Networking in conjunction with INFOCOM 2001.)

  • ICATM'01 - IEEE Joint 4th International Conference on ATM and High Speed Internet *

    April 23-25, 2001. Olympic Parktel, Seoul, Korea. This conference covers the wide area of Intelligent Networks, IP over ATM and Quality of Services.

  • ICDCS-21 - The 21st International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems *

    April 16-19, 2001. Scottsdale, Arizona, USA. The conference will have a wide coverage of topics in Distributed Computing including network technologies, protocols, etc. In addition, 5 associated workshops will be given.

  • IEEE Infocom 2001 - 20th Annual Joint Conference of the IEEE Computer and Communications Societies *

    April 22-26, 2001. Anchorage, Alaska, USA. Researchers and practitioners of every aspect of digital communications and networks will present the most up-to-date results and achievements in the field.

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    May

  • 2001 IEEE Workshop on High Performance Switching and Routing *

    May 29-31, 2001. Dallas, Texas, USA. This workshop provides the opportunity to share research, experiences, and ideas among researchers, developers, and service providers in the field of data, voice and multimedia communications using ATM, IP, and other high-speed switching and routing technologies.

  • Africom 2001 *

    May 28-31, 2001. Cape Town, South Africa. Although this 5th annual conference is being held in Africa and the audience would therefore be primarily interested in communication systems as they apply to the developing countries, the call for papers solicits contributions that would be acceptable at any international communications forum.

  • CCGRID2001 - IEEE International Symposium on Cluster Computer and the Grid *

    May 16 - 18, 2001. Brisbane, Australia. Serving as a forum to present the latest work, and highlight cluster computing technologies and applications activities from around the world.

  • IN 2001 - Intelligent Network 2001 Workshop *

    May 6-9, 2001. Boston, Massachusetts, USA. The theme for this year's conference is "Intelligence in Next-Generation Networks".

  • IQ 2001 - 2001 International Workshop on Internet QoS for the Global Computing *

    May 16 - 18, 2001. Brisbane, Australia. The focus of this workshop will be on architectures, protocols and software aspects of QoS for Internet-wide computing. This workshop is in conjunction with CCGrid'2001- The International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid (see above).

  • TERENA Networking Conference 2001 *

    May 14-17, 2001. Antalya, Turkey. The Trans-European Research and Education Networking Association's 2001 conference will highlight advanced networks, services and applications that stand out from the everyday Internet and the opportunities for advanced networks and services in Europe and beyond.

  • WWW10 - 10th International World Wide Web Conference *

    May 1-5, 2001. Hong Kong. Industry, academia and government leaders will discuss developments in Web technology and the many issues and challenges that present themselves.

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    June

  • 9th IFIP Working Conference on Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM & IP Networks *

    June 27 - 29, 2001. Budapest, Hungary. Focusing on the contribution to fundamental research in ATM and IP technologies with increasing emphasis on issues related to IP and to the global Internet.

  • Broadband Year 2001 *

    June 18-22, 2001. San Jose, California, USA. For networking professionals who build, manage and sell broadband applications and services.

  • COMCON 8 - 8th International Conference on Advances in Communications and Control *

    June 25-29, 2001. Grecotel Rithymna Beach, Crete, Greece . Papers for this conference are being received in the areas of Communication, Control, Signal Processing: Methodology & Technology, the emphasis on telecommunications.

  • HPCN Europe 2001 - International Conference on High Performance Computing and Networking Europe *

    June 25 - 27, 2001. Amsterdam, Netherlands. This conference consists of focused workshops, associated events, and a scientific conference, covering the field of HPCN including high-bandwidth networking applications.

  • ICC2001 - IEEE International Conference on Communications *

    June 11 - 15, 2001. Helsinki, Finland. Topics range from Optical Systems to Multimedia Communications. Information is presented through technical sessions, tutorials, panel discussions and keynote speakers. Mangaged and supervised by by IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Communication Society.

  • ICT 2001 - 8th IEEE International Conference on Telecommunications *

    June 4-7, 2001. Bucharest, Romania. Topics will cover almost all telecommunications aspects under the theme of "Bridging East and West through Telecommunications". ICT events highlight the most relevant communication technologies trends and related information technologies as well.

  • INET'01 *

    June 5-9, 2001. Stockholm, Sweden. Internet "leaders" of the world will meet to discuss and learn about the Internet's global impact. INET (internet networking) is held in high regard in the international Internet world, providing a means to advance the "development and implementation of Internet networks, technologies, applications, and policies". This event is sponsored by the Internet Society.

  • IWQoS 2001 - 9th International Workshop on Quality of Service *

    June 6-8, 2001. Karlsruhe, Germany. Provides an international forum for the presentation and discussion of new research and ideas on all work related to quality of service (QoS) - especially in, but not limited to, networking.

  • VIPromCom 2001 - 3rd International Symposium on Video Processing and Multimedia Communications *

    June 13-15, 2001. Zadar, Croatia. The aim of the symposium is to cover selected aspects of video and image processing theory and its applications, as well as advances in multimedia communications, and to be an international forum for presentation and discussion of advances in the field and new perspective research areas.

  • WOC-2001 - International Conference on Wireless and Optical Communications *

    June 27-29, 2001. Banff, Canada. A major forum for scientists, engineers, and practitioners worldwide to present their latest research, results, ideas, developments and applications in all areas of telecommunications systems with an emphasis on wireless and optical communications. Its aim is to strengthen relations between the telecommunication industry, research laboratories, and universities.

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    July

  • 3GIS - International Symposium on 3rd Generation Infrastructure and Services *

    July 2-3, 2001. Athens, Greece. This conference will address the 3G infrastructure and applications.

  • DSN 2001 - The International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks *

    July 1-4, 2001. Göteborg, Sweden. The conference scope will span all aspects of computing system dependability including that of high-speed networks and protocols.

  • EUROCON 2001 - International Conference on Trends in Communications *

    July 5-7, 2001. Bratislava, Bratislava, Slovak Republik. Researchers, designers and end users will share insights and perspectives on increasingly important areas of research and advancements in the telecommunications technology.

  • ICN'01 - International Conference on Networking *

    July 10-13, 2001. CREF, Colmar, France. A sampling of topics to be covered include all aspects of networking including various types of communications, QoS, network architecture, engineering, and applications.

  • ISCC2001 - The 6th IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications *

    July 3-5, 2001. Hammamet, Tunisia, Africa. The symposium aims to advance the scientific and engineering technologies of real-time computer and communication systems. Topics will be on the challenging issues related to the creation, management, dissemination, and communication of information.

  • SPECTS 2001 - International Symposium on Performance Evaluation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems *

    July 15-19, 2001. Orlando, Florida, USA. Forum for professionals involved in performance evaluation of computer and telecommunication systems. Areas covered include Networking and Telecommunication Systems, Computer Systems, and Tools, Methodologies and Applications.

  • WIAPP'01 - The Second IEEE Workshop on Internet Applications *

    July 23-24, 2001. San Jose, California, USA. "The goal of this workshop is to bring together leading application and network designers from academia and industry to exchange ideas about the problems they are facing and the functions they are expecting each other to provide."

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    August

  • ACM SIGCOMM 2001 *

    August 27-31, 2001. San Diego, California, USA. ACM SIGCOMM 2001 is the annual conference of the Special Interest Group on Data Communication (SIGCOMM), a special interest group of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the world's first educational and scientific computing society.

  • ITCom 2001 - International Conference and Exhibits on the Convergence of IT and Communications *

    August 20-24, 2001. Denver, Colorado, USA. Additional information about this SPIE (The International Society for Optical Engineering ) symposium should be forthcoming.

  • PACRIM '01 - 2001 IEEE Pacific Rim Conference on Communications, Computers and Signal Processing *

    August 26-28, 2001. Victoria, B.C., Canada. Pacific Rim is a IEEE biennial event in the Pacific Northwest. Two of the many topics covered are ATM/IP networks and Internet applications.

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    September

  • IST2001 - International Symposium on Telecommunications *

    September 1-3, 2001. Tehran, Iran. A broad international forum for scientific researchers, academicians and telecommunication engineers to discuss new and emerging technologies, progress in standards, services and their applications in telecommunication and information systems.

  • ITC 17 - 17th International Teletraffic Congress *

    September 24-28, 2001. Salvador da Bahia, Brazil. This event's purpose is to stimulate the development and application of Teletraffic Theory for planning, engineering, managing and administrating telecommunication networks.

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    October

  • ICECOM'01 - 16th International Conference on Applied Electromagnetics and Communications *

    October 1-3, 2001. Dubrovnik, Croatia. The scope of the conference focuses on advancements and innovations in electromagnetics and communication technology. Papers will focus on antennas and propagation, microwaves, wireless and optical communications (including high-speed networks), and other related fields.

  • ICICS 2001 - 3rd International Conference on Information, Communications & Signal Processing *

    October 15-18, 2001. Singapore. The conference will cover the areas in Information Engineering, Communication Systems and Signal Processing. Presentations will cover original work in such technical areas as multimedia systems, computer systems, signal processing, communications and networking (including high-speed networks).

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    November

  • IEEE GlobeCom 2001 *

    November 25-29, 2001. San Antonio, Texas, USA. The conference theme for 2001 is "The Evolving Global Communications Network".

  • NGC '01: Networked Group Communication 2001 *

    November 7-9, 2001. London, England. The workshop will allow researchers and practitioners to present the design and implementation techniques for networked group communication. The focus is on multicast and networked group communication.

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    December

  • ADCOM2000 - 8th International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communications *

    December 14-16, 2000. Cochin, India. A forum for interaction to share ideas, report findings, discuss products and define future directions.

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