Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (CoNEXT)
The Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (CoNEXT) was created in 2005 by merging four pre-existing conferences MIPS, NGC, QofIS and ICQT, in order to achieve critical mass and global impact. The focus of CoNEXT is around innovative developments on networking technologies. CoNEXT was organized in cooperation with SIGCOMM in its two first editions, and has been Sponsored by ACM SIGCOMM ever since. CoNEXT is designed to work in synergy with other conferences sponsored by SIGCOMM, both in its organization, topics, focus and calendar.
Scope and Summary
Submission to CoNEXT is open and encouraged across a wide-ranging set of topics, including internet measurements and modelling, advanced protocols and services, networked games, multimedia services, routing, security traffic engineering, peer-to-peer and overlay networks, wireless and mobile networks, ad-hoc and sensors networks or autonomic and dependable communications are frequently found in its calls for papers. Attendance is usually around 150 participants, stimulating an atmosphere for constructive technical discussions. In previous years, CoNEXT has received over 200 submissions and selected around one in five of these for presentation at the Conference.
Dina Papagiannaki (chair), Telefonica, Spain
Max Ott, NICTA, Australia
Patrick THIRAN, EPFL, Switzerland
Luigi Rizzo, Università di Pisa
Constantine Dovrolis, Georgia Tech, USA
Vishal Misra, Columbia University, USA
Conext'15, Heidelberg, Germany, December 1-4 2015. Technical Program Chairs: Ken Calvert and Renata Teixeira
General Chairs: Felipe Huici and Giuseppe Bianchi
Proposals for Hosting CoNEXT
Instructions on how to propose to host CoNEXT are available here.
Previous CoNEXT Conferences
Information about previous edditions of CoNEXT may be found online:
Conext'14, Sydney, Australia, December 2-5 2014.
Technical Program Chairs: Augustin Chaintreau and Luigi Rizzo
General Chairs: Aruna Seneviratne
Conext'13, Santa Barbara, California, USA December 9-12 2013. (Papers : 29 out of 143 regular papers and 15 out of 83 short papers)
Technical Program Chairs: Dina Papagiannaki and Vishal Misra
General Chairs: Kevin Almeroth and Laurent Mathy
CoNEXT'12 Nice, France, December 10-13 2012. (Papers: 177 submissions with 31 accepted)
Technical Program Chairs: K. K. Ramakrishnan, Patrick Thiran
General Chairs: Chadi Barakat, Renata Teixeira
CoNEXT'11 Tokyo, Japan, December 6-9 2011.
Technical Program Chairs: Peter Key, Constantine Dovrolis
General Chairs: Kenjiro Cho, Mark Crovella
CoNEXT'10. Philadelphia, PA, USA, November 30 - December 3, 2010.
Papers: 147 submissions with 28 accepted (19%)
Technical Program Chairs: Muriel Medard, Tim Griffin
General Chairs: Jau de Oliveira, Max Ott.
CoNEXT'09. Rome, Italy, December 1-4, 2009
Papers: 170 submissions with 29 accepted (17%)
Technical Program Chairs: Ernst Biersack, S. Keshav
General Chairs: Jorg Liebeherr, Giorgio Ventre
CoNEXT'08. IMDEA Networks and U. Carlos III, Madrid, Madrid, Spain, December 2008
Papers: 166 submissions with 29 accepted (17%)
Technical Program Chairs: Leandros Tassiulas, Keith Ross
General Chairs: Arturo Azcorra, Gustavo de Veciana
CoNEXT'07, Columbia University, New York, NY, December 2007.
Papers: 138 submissions with 27 accepted (19%)
Technical Program Chairs: Olivier Bonaventure, Roch Guerin.
General Chairs: Jim Kurose, Henning Schulzrinne.
CoNEXT'06, ADETI, Lisbon, Portugal, December 2006.
Papers: 92 submissions with 19 accepted (20%)
Technical Program Chairs: Christophe Diot, Mostafa Ammar.
General Chairs: Carlos Sá da Costa, Rui Lopes, Ana Rita Leitão.
CoNEXT'05, ENSICA, Toulouse, France, October 2005
Papers: 110 submissions with 19 accepted (17%)
Technical Program Chairs: Philippe Owezarski, Serge Fdida.
General Chairs: Michele Díaz, Arturo Azcorra.
Past SC Members:
Olivier Bonaventure, Universite catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Peter Key, Microsoft Research, UK
Bruce Davie, VMWare, USA (ex-officio as SIGCOMM Chair)
Kenjiro Cho, IIJ Research Laboratory, Japan
Serge Fdida, U. Pierre et Marie Curie, France
Arturo Azcorra, U. Carlos III of Madrid, Spain
Jim Kurose, U. Massachusetts at Amherst, USA
Christophe Diot, Technicolor, France
Roch Guerin, U. of Pennsylvania, USA
Laurent Mathy, U. of Liege, Belgium
Mostafa Ammar, Georgia Tech, USA
Ernst Biersack, Eurecom, France