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Poster Session

There are three poster sessions: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, always between 11:30 and 12:30. Only students who submitted an extended abstract will present a poster and will receive 3 ECTS. Students who attend the summer school without an extended abstract will receive 1 ECTS.

Poster Session 1: Tuesday, 11:30-12:30

Poster Session 2: Wednesday, 11:30-12:30

Poster Session 3: Thursday, 11:30-12:30

Call for posters/extended abstracts

The increasing complexity and fundamental problems in today's Internet architectural design and its deployment have led to significant research efforts in the area of Future Internet (FI) in Europe and Clean Slate Design (CSD) in the U.S. In this context, the OpenFlow initiative has recently caught the attention of researchers and even router vendors.

The objective of the OFELIA/CHANGE Summer School is to bring together PhD students and researchers who are currently working on future Internet topics such as:

  • Principles of evolving future architectures
  • New networking paradigms
  • OpenFlow-related topics
  • Programmable networks, NetFPGAs
  • Network virtualization
  • Measurements and analyses that characterize and quantify architectural limitations
  • Discussions on interworking with the existing Internet and deployability

The program will contain presentations by well-known international experts on various topics. More details can be found on the website:

PhD students are encouraged to submit a two pages extended abstract (called "full paper" in the registration system) describing their current research results. After submission, all PhD students will be asked to comment and discuss some of the other submitted extended abstracts (discussion phase). This will allow the PhD students to discuss about their ongoing research with other PhD students before the summer school to ease discussion and cooperation among PhD students. The number of places is limited and PhD students who have submitted abstracts will have priority over other registrations.

Certificate: Students who registered a poster, participated in the discussion phase, and attended the summer school, will receive a certificate. This certificate confirms that the summer school amounts to 90 hours of coursework (3 ECTS).


Submitted abstracts must be at most two pages long, including all figures, tables, references, appendices, etc. They must be formatted according to the standard ACM double column format.

  Extended Submission Deadline : now August 1, 2011 (before July 22)
  Discussion phase:     until August 15, 2011 

Submission via the HotCRP website

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