[Sdn] ACM SIGCOMM SOSR Software Systems Award

Theophilus Benson <tbenson@cs.duke.edu> Tue, 20 December 2016 06:59 UTC

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The ACM SIGCOMM SOSR Software Systems Award is given to an individual or an institution to recognize the development of a software system that has had a significant impact on SDN research, implementations, and tools. The impact may be reflected in the widespread adoption of the system, or of its underlying concepts, by the wider SDN community, either in research projects, in the open-source community, or commercially. The award includes a prize of $1,000. The award is presented at SOSR each year and the winner is invited to give a talk at the conference.

Submission Instructions
Nominations should be submitted by email to sigcomm-sosr-award@listserv.acm.org <mailto:sigcomm-sosr-award@listserv.acm.org> on or before January 6th, 2017 to be considered for this year’s award. A nomination for the Software Systems Award that is not selected may be re-submitted in following years, but after three successive unsuccessful submissions, should not be re-submitted for at least one year.

Information on the notification and selection process can be found: http://conferences.sigcomm.org/sosr/2017/award.html <http://conferences.sigcomm.org/sosr/2017/award.html>