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8 October 2013
Call for Papers for TNC2014 now open
The Ha'penny Bridge is a pedestrian bridge built in 1816 over the River Liffey in Dublin.

The Programme Committee for the 2014 TERENA Networking Conference (TNC2014) has issued a Call for Papers exploring the theme ‘Networking with the World’. The deadline for submitting papers is 29 November 2013.

TNC2014 will be held in Dublin, Ireland, from 19-22 May 2014, hosted by HEAnet, the Irish national research and education networking organisation (NREN).

Networking with the world

More than ever, competition for resources, the evolution and sophistication of network technologies, applications, service providers and user communities are requiring NRENs to work with the outside world. As networks continue to grow in importance, opportunities are created with all aspects of today’s society, impacting the commercial world, science and the arts as well as health, education, and government.

Extended abstracts of 600-1200 words (rather than full papers) are invited on all subjects relevant to the spirit and objectives of the conference and the theme ‘Networking with the World’.


An exhibition area dedicated to demonstrations and exhibits will be set up in the TNC2014 conference venue. Companies and projects wishing to participate should contact tnc2014@terena.org.

Further information

Call for Paper abstracts can be submitted conveniently using federated authentication on the TNC2014 submission webpage.

More information about guidelines for paper (abstract) submission.

More information about the conference topics.

Download the complete TNC2014 Call for Papers (pdf).