22 Jan 88 11:20:00 EST
Following is an announcement for TCP developers and maintainers who
are in the Washington D.C. area or will be visiting the area on 2/22/88.
This open informal meeting includes a talk and is intended for discussions of
technical issues and past experiences.
Association for Computing Machinery
Washington, D.C. Chapter
Special Interest Group on
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
NETWORK ROUNDTABLE #1/SEMINAR
DATE: Monday, February 22, 1988
TIME: 1:15 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
PLACE: Goddard Space Flight Center
Building 8 Auditorium
Greenbelt, MD 20771
Directions: From the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, take
the Greenbelt Road/NASA exit. Turn left onto Greenbelt
Rd.; Goddard's main gate will be on the left at the
RESERVATIONS: For security reasons, non-U.S. citizens and foreign
nationals wishing to attend should make arrangements
in advance through
CONTACTS: For additional information, contact Sol Broder, Head,
Advanced Data Flow Technology Office at (301)286-7088
or Brian Lev at (301)286-9514.
1:15-1:30 Greeting/Introduction Broder/NASA
1:30-2:00 Seminar D. Clark/MIT
2:00-4:00 Roundtable - Site Presentations
2:00-2:20 University of Maryland G. Ricart
2:40 George Mason University B. Peters
3:00 GSFC S. Broder
3:20 MITRE Chandler/Cerva
3:40 George Washington Univ. D. Preuss
4:00 NRL R Saenger
4:00-5:00 Discussion of Misc. Technology Concerns,
Plans for Future Meetings, Format, Content.
GUEST SPEAKER: Dr. David Clark, MIT
TOPIC: "Network Throughput - Where Are the Limits?"
ROUNDTABLE: Area facility network managers and implmentors will
have an opportunity to share experiences and discuss
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