Changes between Version 38 and Version 39 of GECDemoSubmission


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Timestamp:
04/28/15 14:25:01 (4 years ago)
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hdempsey@bbn.com
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remove US-Ignite special instructions

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  • GECDemoSubmission

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    22= GEC and US Ignite Demo Submission =
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    4 This page describes what you need to do to submit a demo request to participate in the Evening Demo Session at the joint US Ignite/GENI Engineering Conference (GEC).  Use these directions for poster-only submissions as well.  Please pay attention to the submission deadline date posted on the demo wiki page, as we work in advance with many vendors as well as our gracious campus hosts to provide adequate equipment and resources for the demo, and we ''cannot'' accept late or incomplete requests.
     4This page describes what you need to do to submit a demo request to participate in the Evening Demo Session at the GENI Engineering Conference (GEC).  Use these directions for poster-only submissions as well.  Please pay attention to the submission deadline date posted on the demo wiki page, as we work in advance with many vendors as well as our gracious campus hosts to provide adequate equipment and resources for the demo, and we ''cannot'' accept late or incomplete requests.
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    6 NOTE:  DEMO/POSTER DESCRIPTIONS ARE REQUIRED.  We will distribute the demo description paragraph in the template below to all GENI attendees to help
    7 people find the demos they are most interested in seeing, so it is important to write a compelling and
    8 accurate description.  Demo desriptions should start with a sentence that is understandable by laymen.  Indicate in your description who really should see the demo
    9 and why (e.g. "Network providers that support !OpenFlow should see this tool demonstration because it will let them manage limited bandwidth efficiently.") 
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    11 The demo evening is being held in Washington DC, and we anticipate strong interest from policy makers and media. For this reason, it is important that non-specialists and non-scientists understand the significance of your demonstration, both in terms of scientific impact and potential benefit to society. Your request MUST include a 1-2 paragraph “elevator speech” description that identifies (a) what you are demonstrating and (b) why it is important. This description may be used for advance publicity and to help attendees identify the demonstrations they wish to see. 
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    13 Because space is limited and interest is high, we will be able to accept only a subset of requests. Please take the time to describe your demonstration in a compelling manner to maximize the probably of acceptance.
     6NOTE:  DEMO/POSTER DESCRIPTIONS ARE REQUIRED for your request to be processed.  We will distribute the demo description paragraph in the template below to all GENI attendees to help people find the demos they are most interested in seeing, so it is important to write a compelling and accurate description.  Demo descriptions should start with a sentence that is understandable by laymen.  Indicate in your description who really should see the demo and why (e.g. "Network providers that support !OpenFlow should see this tool demonstration because it will let them manage limited bandwidth efficiently.") 
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    158Here's how to submit a demo request:
     
    2316This URL makes sure your request shows up on the GEC23 request list, so please use it to make sure your request isn't lost.
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    25 3. Copy the request template below and paste it into your request ticket.  Please fill out all items.:
     183. Copy the request template below and paste it into your request ticket.  Please fill out all items:
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    2720{{{
     
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    3831    Demo description paragraph(s):
    39     “Elevator speech” description that identifies (a) what you are demonstrating and (b) why it is important. This description may be used for advance publicity and to help attendees identify the demonstrations they wish to see.
     32    Identify (a) what you are demonstrating and (b) why it is important. This description may be used for advance publicity and to help attendees identify the demonstrations they wish to see.
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    4134    List of equipment that will need AC connections (e.g. laptop, switch, monitor):
     
    5144    Number of static addresses needed (if any):
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    53     Monitor (y/n, specify VGA or DVI):
     46    Monitor (specify number, standard/large, and VGA/DVI):
    5447    Specify resolution only if your software has resolution restrictions.
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