Re: EPIQ Workshop 2021

Robin MARX <robin.marx@uhasselt.be> Tue, 14 September 2021 19:57 UTC

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Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2021 21:58:09 +0200
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Subject: Re: EPIQ Workshop 2021
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Hello everyone,

Just a small update on the upcoming EPIQ workshop, which will be co-located
with the CoNEXT conference in December.

The paper and poster submission deadline has been extended from September
17 (this Friday) to September 24 (next week Friday, Anywhere-on-Earth),
to give you all a bit more time to submit interesting work.

All other information can still be found on the web page:
https://epiq21.github.io

Looking forward to reading lots of interesting stuff,
Robin, Chris, Lars and Jörg

On Tue, 20 Jul 2021 at 14:35, Robin MARX <robin.marx@uhasselt.be> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
>
> I am happy to announce that the EPIQ workshop's 3rd installment has now
> been confirmed for CoNEXT 2021!
>
> The main goal of the workshop is to provide a venue for discussion on all
> things QUIC and related technologies (e.g., HTTP/3), between both academia
> and industry.
> Next to typical research reports, we encourage the submission of early
> work and results, brave new ideas and reproduced results from earlier work.
>
> Besides paper and poster discussions, we also plan to have a keynote
> speaker and potentially a panel discussion.
> I will be reaching out to some people about this in the coming weeks, but
> if you feel you can provide an interesting keynote or you would be an
> engaging panelist, please let us know!
>
>
> Submission deadline is Friday *September 17*, with the workshop taking
> place entirely online on Monday *December 6*.
> Please find more information at https://epiq21.github.io
>
>
> Hoping to receive an abundance of interesting work,
> Robin, Lars, Jörg and Chris
>
>
> On Thu, 10 Jun 2021 at 16:59, Robin MARX <robin.marx@uhasselt.be> wrote:
>
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I wanted to send a small update regarding the academic EPIQ workshop.
>>
>> In an email earlier this year (see below) we wanted to poll interest for
>> another installment of EPIQ.
>> From your feedback, it was clear that co-locating it with SIGCOMM would
>> be too early.
>>
>> As such, we are now planning to submit a workshop proposal for CoNEXT
>> 2021, which will take place in December.
>> There is no guarantee yet that the workshop will be approved, but given
>> our good track record we're hopeful our proposal will be accepted.
>>
>> We will of course follow this up with an official announcement in that
>> case,
>> but we wanted to give everyone a heads-up ASAP so you might start
>> preparing possible submissions.
>>
>> One final note is that, since another QUIC-related workshop (QUIPS [1])
>> will not be organized again this year,
>> we will be putting additional emphasis on attracting work on QUIC's
>> security and privacy aspects for EPIQ.
>> This is aided by Christopher Wood from Apple joining the team.
>>
>> If you have any questions or remarks, please let us know!
>>
>> [1]: https://www.ndss-symposium.org/ndss2020/cfp-quips-workshop/
>>
>> With best regards,
>> Robin, Lars, Jörg and Chris
>>
>>
>> On Tue, 26 Jan 2021 at 18:40, Robin MARX <robin.marx@uhasselt.be> wrote:
>>
>>> Hello all,
>>>
>>> With this email, we would like to gauge the interest for a new edition
>>> of the academic EPIQ workshop in 2021.
>>>
>>> For those unfamiliar, the Workshop on the Evolution, Performance, and
>>> Interoperability of QUIC (EPIQ)
>>> is an academic publication and discussion venue for all things related
>>> to QUIC.
>>> It has been organized twice in the past three years,
>>> first co-located with CoNEXT in 2018 [1] and second with SIGCOMM in 2020
>>> [2].
>>>
>>> A third edition was originally planned in 2019, but was unable to
>>> continue due to a lack of work submitted for review.
>>> While the academic QUIC community has become more active and a repeat of
>>> this scenario seems unlikely,
>>> we would still like to gauge concrete interest before committing to
>>> organizing a new edition.
>>>
>>> As such, if you are performing QUIC-related work and would likely target
>>> EPIQ as a publication venue,
>>> please contact (one of) us via private message (see emails in CC).
>>> Please also indicate whether you would prefer co-location with SIGCOMM
>>> (summer 2021) or CoNEXT (winter 2021).
>>> There is no requirement to specify the precise subtopic of research
>>> and indicating interest of course does not imply a commitment to
>>> actually submit work.
>>>
>>> Please let us know by Tuesday February 2nd, as the SIGCOMM Workshop
>>> submission deadline is February 5th.
>>> If interest is deemed too low or the workshop is not accepted at SIGCOMM,
>>> we will postpone the workshop to another conference (likely CoNEXT) or
>>> next year.
>>>
>>> With best regards,
>>> Robin Marx (joining the team this year), Lars Eggert and Jörg Ott
>>>
>>>
>>> [1]: https://conferences2.sigcomm.org/co-next/2018/#!/workshop-epiq
>>> [2]: https://conferences.sigcomm.org/sigcomm/2020/workshop-epiq.html
>>>
>>> --
>>>
>>> dr. Robin Marx
>>> Postdoc researcher - Web protocols
>>> Expertise centre for Digital Media
>>>
>>> T +32(0)11 26 84 79 - GSM +32(0)497 72 86 94
>>>
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>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>> --
>>
>> dr. Robin Marx
>> Postdoc researcher - Web protocols
>> Expertise centre for Digital Media
>>
>> *Cellphone *+32(0)497 72 86 94
>>
>> www.uhasselt.be
>> Universiteit Hasselt - Campus Diepenbeek
>> Agoralaan Gebouw D - B-3590 Diepenbeek
>> Kantoor EDM-2.05
>>
>>
>>
>
> --
>
> dr. Robin Marx
> Postdoc researcher - Web protocols
> Expertise centre for Digital Media
>
> *Cellphone *+32(0)497 72 86 94
>
> www.uhasselt.be
> Universiteit Hasselt - Campus Diepenbeek
> Agoralaan Gebouw D - B-3590 Diepenbeek
> Kantoor EDM-2.05
>
>
>

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dr. Robin Marx
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Expertise centre for Digital Media

*Cellphone *+32(0)497 72 86 94

www.uhasselt.be
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