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Mark your calendars and plan to join us in Minneapolis from Sept. 18-22 for the 2023 Internet2 Technology Exchange. Check back in April for registration and hotel information.
Sept. 18-22 | Minneapolis, Minn.
2023 Internet2 Technology Exchange
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See You in September for TechEX23
The Internet2 Technology Exchange, slated for Sept. 18-22 in Minneapolis, Minn., is the premier technical event in the global research and education (R&E) community.
The event brings together a community of technical visionaries – a group that includes the most inventive chief technologists, scientists, engineers, architects, operators, and students – in a forum for debate, discussion, and the conversations critical to ensuring that we, as global technology leaders, are aligned and moving forward together.
Call For Proposals
We invite innovating minds in the fields of advanced networking; cloud technology; federated trust, identity, and access management; information security; and research engagement to share their expertise in a venue designed for the cross-pollination of ideas.
This year, we are once again putting special focus on talks and tutorials that bring together technical experts in multiple fields to address shared challenges – each focus area below has identified topics of special, cross-audience interest to supplement the broad array of audience-specific content you expect.
NOTE: If your talk has exactly (2) audiences, select the appropriate primary and secondary tracks in the submission form. If you feel the topic is of interest to (3) or more tracks, identify your Primary Track, use “Cross-Topic” as your Secondary Track, and list all relevant tracks in the “More Information” area. Comments on how this is relevant to other groups are valued!
The Call is open until April 7 and we hope you will consider submitting a proposal for a talk, tutorial, or working meeting! Topic-specific descriptions are available.
We look forward to seeing you again soon!
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