[apops] FW: SANOG IV, Kathmandu, Nepal - July 23-30,2004 - call for pap

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  • From: "Ananth Nagarajan" <ananth at juniper dot net>
  • Date: Fri, 2 Apr 2004 09:43:37 +0800
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      SANOG 4 - (South Asia Network Operators Group) - July 23-30, Kathmandu,
      Nepal
      
      The South Asia Network Operators Group (SANOG) was set up in January
      2003 to promote awareness of networking technologies and to establish a
      forum for discussion on operational issues and challenges in the South
      Asia region comprising of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India,
      Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.  More information on SANOG can
      be found at http://www.sanog.org
      
      SANOG 1 was held in Kathmandu, Nepal, SANOG 2 in Colombo, Sri Lanka and
      SANOG 3 in Bangalore, India.  All three previous meetings were greatly
      successful. The last meeting (SANOG 3) held in Bangalore in January 2004
      had over 200 participants and very relevant topics being discussed.
      Clearly, the interest in networking technologies has rapidly grown in
      the region.
      
      With its Memorandum of Understanding with APIA and APNIC and
      co-operation with the RIPE NCC, SANOG 4 is going to see a much larger
      gathering of folks from South East as well as West Asia in addition to
      people from the region.
      
      SANOG 4 will comprise of workshops, tutorials and a one-day conference.
      The following is an open call for papers/presentations for the one-day
      conference.
      
      The Conference will have a number of parallel tracks. The following are
      the tentative tracks.
      
      Track 1: Security / Routing
      
      In this track we invite papers, reports and presentations from network
      operators, equipment vendors and academic institutions conducting
      network research.  Possible topics for this track are:
      
      - Prevention and mitigation of Denial of Service attacks including
      intrusion, spam etc.
      
      - Routing policies and architecture for scalable networks 
      
      - Technology updates and trends in security and routing
      
      - Operational issues and techniques
      
      - Traffic management
      
      
      - IPv6
      
      	
      	
      Track 2: Applications and Services
      	
      This track will discuss various services that can be enabled on the
      Internet and IP-based platforms.  Papers and presentations are invited
      from developers, operators, equipment vendors and research organizations
      on the following and related topics
      
      - Voice and Multimedia over IP
      
      - Applications using IP Multicast
      
      - Layer 2 and Layer 3 IP VPN services
      
      - Mail servers
      
      
      Track 3: APNIC
      	
      APNIC is responsible for the allocation of IP addresses in the region.
      This track will be handled separately.  This call for
      papers/presentations DOES NOT include the APNIC track
      
      
      Track 4: APCAUCE
      
      
      The Asia Pacific Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email. This
      call for papers/presentations DOES NOT include the APCAUCE track.
      
      
      In summary, papers and presentations are invited in the Routing /
      Security and Applications / Services Tracks. The APNIC and the APCAUCE
      tracks would be handled separately.  Please write to ananth at juniper dot net
      or info at sanog dot org with your expression of interest before 15 June, 2004.
      
      Thanks and regards,
      
      
      Ananth Nagarajan
      Program Chair
      SANOG IV
      Cell: +91-9821331289
      
      
      E-mail: ananth at juniper dot net
      
      
      Snail Mail:
      Juniper Networks India Pvt.Ltd.
      6th Floor, Housefin Bhavan,
      Bandra Kurla Complex
      Bandra (East), Mumbai 400051