ACM SIGCOMM SYMPOSIUM ON SDN RESEARCH (SOSR)

Software defined networking (SDN) refactors the relationship between network devices and the software that controls them. Opening up the interfaces to programming network devices enables more flexible and predictable network control, and makes it easier to extend the network with new functionality. Over the past several years, SDN has gained significant momentum in the research community and the larger networking industry, but many important research challenges remain.

Building on the success of the HotSDN (Hot Topics in Software Defined Networking) workshop, the Symposium on SDN Research (SOSR) is the premiere venue for research publications on SDN.
 
STEERING COMMITTEE
Aaron Gember-Jacobson (Colgate) 2019-
Dave Maltz (Microsoft) 2018-
Minlan Yu (Harvard) 2018-
Rob Sherwood (Big Switch Networks) 2016-
Aditya Akella (U. Wisconsin) 2016-
 
STEERING COMMITTEE PAST MEMBERS
Nate Foster (Cornell) 2014-2019
Bruce Davie (VMware) 2014-2017
 
 
SC contact email: SIGCOMM-SOSR-SC [at} LISTSERV.ACM.ORG
 
 
Upcoming Events
SOSR 2020

Past Events
SOSR 2019
SOSR 2018
SOSR 2017
SOSR 2016
SOSR 2015