The Internet2 Technology Exchange program, held Dec. 5-9, 2022 at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel in Denver, Colo. incorporates expert-led sessions, working meetings, tutorials, co-located workshops, and other activities.
Dec. 5-9, 2022 | Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel | Denver, Colo.
Why Attend the 2022 Internet2 Technology Exchange?
Enhance Your Professional Development
Internet2 invites innovating minds in the field of trust and federated identity, virtual organizations, cloud services, security, high-performance computing, storage, and networking—especially research and implementation—to share their expertise in a venue designed for the cross-pollination of ideas. Here is a preview of the tracks for the event:
Advanced Networking: See how to develop new and innovative ways to support emerging challenges in support of scientific research, network research, and distance education.
Information Security: Discover and stay up-to-date on security policy, risk, compliance, and IT governance.
Identity and Access Management: Explore and learn about topics of broad interests that pertain to the identity and access management members of the community.
Research Engagement: Find out how high-performance computing (HPC), networking, cloud services, and/or trust & identity tools can help advance research in today’s higher education community.
Cloud Technology: Glance into the future of how cloud computing is becoming the norm of computing and applications.
Engage with Your Peers from Around the World
The program is comprised of community-submitted topics and presented by members of the community.
Come and network with hundreds of attendees from several different institutions, countries, and states. Our participants vary in terms of gender, age, and experience, and come from the Higher Education, International, InCommon, Affiliate, and Industry community that embodies Internet2.
Our attendees have the opportunity to meet with established technical professionals and keynote speakers. Attending sessions, BoFs (bird of feathers), SIGs (Special Interest Groups), and participating in hallway networking gives you access to peers and leaders from every facet of the higher education technical community.
Active outreach to expand participation by students and women has greatly increased participation over both former community events and yearly increases at this event. Sponsored participation opportunities are available each year, both through Internet2 and event sponsors. This event is open to all participants, regardless of membership status!