Welcome to DC!
LANMAN will take place in the GW Science and Engineering Hall at 800 22nd St NW, just a block from the Foggy Bottom GWU metro station. The image below shows the entrances to the building. The conference will take place in the auditorium in the building’s lower level (B1). Simply take the stairs or elevator down one level and you will see the registration desk.
A copy of the LANMAN proceedings is available online to attendees only here.
Notifications have been sent out for LANMAN 2018. Thank you for submitting your papers!
Please note that the Early Registration Deadline is Friday May 11th.
Each accepted paper must have a registration at the full rate as per IEEE policy. Authors must register before May 18th or the paper will be automatically withdrawn.
LANMAN 2018 will feature two keynotes. Lixia Zhang from UCLA will speak about NDN with application to “edge networks” and Eve Schooler from Intel will speak about the Internet of Things and Wireless Edge.
The demo session fosters the demonstrations of novel technologies and applications by means of original interactive showcases. Topics of interests are the same as those listed in the main track of IEEE LANMAN 2018.
Submissions should be a two-page short paper in PDF format and files can be uploaded in the EDAS demo submission website.
Full details of the call are available at the Call for Demos.
IEEE LANMAN has an established tradition as a forum for presenting and discussing the latest technical advances in local and metropolitan area networking. Continuing that tradition, IEEE LANMAN 2018 invites cutting-edge papers spanning both theory and experimentation. Papers are solicited in all areas of networking, but in keeping with the current research trend, this workshop’s central theme is Networking the Intelligent Edge.
Full details of the call are available at Call for Papers.
LANMAN is generously supported by Cisco.