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Welcome to the GENI Wiki
Editing this Wiki: See GeniWikiGettingStarted for information on how to post and for site-wide conventions.
Finding Information in this Wiki
For information on GENI Racks, see GENIRacksHome.
Information for GENI Constituencies
Other Ways of Finding Information
Tip: Try searching the page title index to find wiki page(s) with the information you need.
If you cannot find the information you need, email email@example.com.
Connecting with the GENI Community
See Communication Channels for information on mailing lists, IRC channels and other means of connecting with the GENI community.
Meetings & Events
GENI Engineering Conferences. The GEC is the GPO's regular open working meeting where researchers, developers, industrial & international partners and the GPO meet to advance infrastructure planning and prototyping for the GENI project. Further, the GEC focuses on how to design and build a suite of infrastructure that can best inspire and support creative research. The conference is open to all. The dates and locations below should be considered mostly firm until registration opens.
GEC19 March 17-19, 2014 Georgia Tech agenda GEC20 June 21-24, 2014 UC Davis agenda (TBA) GEC21 October 20-23, 2014 Indiana University - Indianapolis agenda (TBA) GEC22 March 16-19, 2015 (TBD) agenda (TBA) GEC23 July 12-15, 2015 (TBD) agenda (TBA) GEC24 October 18-21, 2015 (TBD) agenda (TBA)
GENI in Education Workshop The GENI in Education workshop will be held on Saturday October 26, 2013 in conjunction with GEC18. The workshop is intended encourage the use of GENI in under-graduate and graduate networking and distributed systems classes. Click here for details and the call for participation.
GENI CC-NIE Workshop. The GENI CC-NIE Workshop was held at NSF on January 7-8, 2013. The program focused on the technical aspects of GENI and on issues that may impact campus deployment and inter-campus interoperability of GENI technologies. Recipients of CC-NIE awards were invited to send senior IT staff with responsibility for their campus networks. The 60 attendees came from 33 universities, 4 regional/national R&E networks, the GENI Project Office and the NSF.
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