Workshop on
Future Directions in Network Architecture (FDNA-03)

Karlsruhe, Germany, August 27, 2003
In conjunction with ACM SIGCOMM 2003

Workshop on Future Directions in Network Architecture (FDNA-03)

The current Internet architecture has been remarkably successful as the underpinning of a global, general-purpose, decentralized data communication network. Architectural decisions made 30 years ago have allowed the Internet to quickly support new applications and adapt itself to dramatic changes in technology. Now, new forces - new classes of special-purpose networks and the changing requirements facing general purpose networks - argue that reflection on the current state of network architecture and consideration of new architectural principles, structures, and strategies is timely. FDNA-03 is a forum for presenting research results, promising directions, and rising challenges related to the broad topic of new developments in network architecture.

Important Dates

Submission deadline March 17, 2003
Notification of acceptance May 27, 2003
Camera ready papers due June 12, 2003
Workshop date August 27, 2003
  • Submission deadline extensions of up to one week may be requested by email to fdna@lcs.mit.edu. All such requests must be received and acknowledged by the March 17th deadline. A paper title, abstract, and author list must be submitted by the March 17th deadline even if an extension is granted.
  • Please note that the final paper due date, June 12, is earlier than that published in previous versions of the CFP. This is due to Sigcomm's decision to print a unified volume of workshop papers, to be available at the conference.

Paper Format and Submission Information

Please see “Author Instructions” to your left.

Organizing Committee

  • Andrew Campbell, Columbia
  • Ted Faber, USC ISI
  • Mark Handley, ICRI
  • John Heidemann, USC ISI
  • Larry Peterson, Princeton
  • James Sterbenz, BBN
  • John Wroclawski, MIT (Chair)