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Deadline Extended for Applied Networking Research Workshop Paper Submissions

  • Nick FeamsterANRW Program co-chair
  • Andra Elena LutuANRW Program co-chair

20 Apr 2021

The deadline for submitting papers for consideration for the ACM/IRTF Applied Networking Research Workshop 2021 (ANRW’21) has been extended to 5 May 2021.

ANRW 2021

ANRW’21, which will be held in conjunction with the IETF 111 meeting on 24-30 July 2021, is the 6th edition of an academic workshop that provides a forum for researchers, vendors, network operators, and the Internet standards community to present and discuss emerging results in applied networking research, and to find inspiration from topics and open problems discussed at the IETF

The workshop will consist of a mix of invited talks, submitted talks, and submitted short papers.  ANRW ‘21 accepts the following types of submissions:

  • Short papers are publications that present new research that has not been previously published. 
  • Lightning papers can provide a summary of early, emerging, or on-going work as well as short updates of previously published work. 

Further details are available on the ANRW’21 Call for Papers webpage.


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