The EuroP4 deadline was extended to July 22 (matching the ANCS conference deadline where the workshop is co-located).
EuroP4 – The 2nd P4 Workshop in Europe
An ANCS 2019 Workshop presented by the P4 Language Consortium September 23rd, 2019 Cambridge, UK
The EuroP4 workshop will bring together networking researchers to discuss cutting-edge, P4-based, research.
The workshop provides a venue for P4-based research and projects: a place to discuss P4-based tools as well
as new enablers. The workshop aims to forge connections between researchers, introduce more networking
researchers to the P4 community, and seed future top-tier publications and innovation.
EuroP4 seeks three types of contributions:
– Papers – 4 to 6 pages long.
– Posters – up to 2 pages long.
– Demos – up to 2 pages long.
Posters and demos will be introduced in a lightning talks session.
Authors may choose to exclude their work from appearing in the proceedings.
Topics of an interest include, but are not limited to:
– All aspects of P4-based network protocol research including design, specification, verification, implementation, measurement, testing, and analysis.
– Contributions to network architecture using P4, e.g., specific algorithms and protocols for network virtualization or future Internet architectures.
– New applications and in-network computing enabled by P4
– P4-based and P4-NetFPGA based programmable data planes
– End-host networking with P4
– Tools and frameworks for development using P4
– Performance analysis and measurement of P4-based designs and systems
– Contributions to the evolution of the P4 language
– Submission deadline: July 19th, 2019
– Acceptance notification: August 10th, 2019
– Late submissions (1 page abstract, WITHOUT PROCEEDINGS) deadline: August 10th, 2018
– Late submissions notification: August 23rd, 2018
– Workshop date: September 23rd, 2019
Submission instructions and additional information are available on the workshop’s website:
Gianni Antichi (chair), Queen Mary University of London
Fernando Ramos (chair), University of Lisbon
Gordon Brebner, Xilinx
Paolo Costa, Microsoft Research
Jon Crowcroft, University of Cambridge
Ben Pfaff, VMware
Georgios Nikolaidis, Barefoot Networks
Marco Chiesa, KTH
Gabor Retvari, University of Budapest
Roberto Bifulco, NEC
Ran Ben Basat, Harvard University
Andreas Kassler, Karlstads University
Mario Baldi, Cisco and Polytechnic of Turin
Christian Rothenberg, University of Campinas
Muhammad Shahbaz, Stanford University
Aurojit Panda, New York University