Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of APRAGENI-postGEC16-report


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04/11/13 16:21:45 (6 years ago)
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    1919We have organized GREE2013 successfully. The technical program includes a keynote speech, an NSF Advice for New GENI Experimenters & Panel Session, paper presentations (of 21 papers), and a tutorial on ExoGENI Rack. The workshop attracted a large number of attendees: 40 people registered in the conference beforehand, and 6 did onsite registration (we asked the attendees to sign up if they have not registered). The actual number of attendees at peak time is above 50. [[BR]]
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    21 The paper presentation sessions consist of 21 papers, including 8 full papers, 11 short papers, and 2 work-in-progress papers, with a good balance between research and educational papers, achieving the goal of the workshop to promote both GENI related research and education. All the papers went through a rigorous review process. The authors of accepted papers were required to carefully address review comments and provide a revision summary when submitting their final papers.[[BR]]
     21The paper presentation sessions consist of 21 papers, including 8 full papers, 11 short papers, and 2 work-in-progress papers, with a good balance between research and education, achieving the goal of the workshop to promote both GENI related research and education. All the papers went through a rigorous review process. The authors of accepted papers were required to carefully address review comments and provide a revision summary when submitting their final papers.[[BR]]
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    23 Summer camp students (i.e., the students who attended GREE-SC2012) contributed 7 papers to GREE2013, including 3 full papers, 3 short papers, and one work-in-progress paper. In addition, one of the full papers was awarded as the Best Research Paper Award. In general, the summer camp students at GREE-SC2012 have done a very good job in extending their knowledge and skills gained from the summer camp to their research work; in addition to the papers submitted to GREE2013, one student has already published a full-paper in a regular conference (with an earlier deadline than GREE2013), and a group of students from RIT who attended GREE-SC2012 have finished a full paper that is currently under review in another conference. Quoting from the advisor of one summer camp student, “The summer camp really gave my student a jump-start to know what is needed to start the research project.”[[BR]]
     23Summer camp students (i.e., the students who attended GREE-SC2012) contributed 7 papers to GREE2013, including 3 full papers, 3 short papers, and one work-in-progress paper. In addition, one of the full papers was awarded as the Best Research Paper Award. In general, the summer camp students at GREE-SC2012 have done a very good job in extending their knowledge and skills gained from the summer camp to their research work. In addition to the papers submitted to GREE2013, one student has already published a full-paper in a regular conference (with an earlier deadline than GREE2013), and a group of students from RIT who attended GREE-SC2012 have finished a full paper that is currently under review in another conference. Quoting from the advisor of one summer camp student, “The summer camp really gave my student a jump-start to know what is needed to start the research project.”[[BR]]
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    2525We have set up a survey website and distributed the hardcopies of the survey to attendees. The 14 received responses have showed that the workshop program is well received. The overall quality of the workshop is rated very good (4 out of 5), “how well the workshop meets your expectations” is rated as above very good (4.3 out of 5), and of the 13 responses to “are you going to recommend the workshop to other people,” 12 responses are positive.  [[BR]]