This page is a collection of resources for organizing conferences, with a focus on SIGCOMM-sponsored and in-cooperation events.
In-cooperation status guidelines describes requirements and desirable features of conferences for organizers who intend to submit requests for in-cooperation status with SIGCOMM. In-cooperation status provides greater visibility to an event, for example, it is included in more visible lists in our For Conference Attendees page.
The SIGCOMM Conference planning page is a collection of pages originally written by Joe Touch. They should be read by all members of a SIGCOMM organizing committee, and if you've held an organizing role, please contribute! SIGCOMM Site Proposal Instructions provide directions for submitting site proposals. Site proposals are typically solicited in August two years before the conference and due by September 15.
Logos and images for inclusion on calls for papers and printed materials.
Directions for getting an account on the machine that hosts conferences.sigcomm.org.
SIGCOMM would like to promote networking research through support of national/regional networking summits. Such a summit would typically be a one- to three-day event that draws its participants from computer networking researchers and practitioners in a single country or region, with extensive participation by academic researchers and students. Organizers of such events are encouraged to apply for SIGCOMM funding, which will be in the form of travel grants to student participants. Normally, the grant amount will not exceed USD 7500 per event per year.
If your conference is listed on the SIGCOMM events page, please report changes to steering committees or announcements of new instances of the conference that should be listed. Soon: submit your event to the listings of upcoming events and deadlines.