The following are confirmed breakout sessions to be
held on the afternoons of June 4th and 5th (from 2:00pm-3:30pm).
Participants are encouraged to attend the breakout session that interest
them most and to contact the break-out session ahead of time if they wish to
have specific questions or issues to be considered or discussed. During the
last session of the workshop on June 5th, each breakout session leader will
be asked to make a short 10-minute presentation of the conclusions/summary
of the discussions that occurred and provide a short set of recommendations
to NSF (also to be included in the final workshop report to NSF).
The New Internet: Goals, Testing, and
Lead: Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University
Urban Mesh Networks: Does Your City Mayor Want One?
Lead: Ibrahim Matta, Boston University
Supporting Sponsored Research at Minority Institutions
Lead: Luc Longpre, University of Texas at El Paso
should we/NSF value the various publication venues in Computing?
Lead: David Wise, Indiana University
Widening the Pipeline for Underserved Populations
Lead: Ron Leach, Howard University
Best Practices in
Development of National Research Resources and Testbeds
Lead: K. Claffy, CAIDA
Opportunities and Challenges of CRI support of Healthcare Applications
Lead: Fillia Macedon, University of Texas, Arlington