NUST to host HONET 2005

Islamabad�After the success of HONET 2004, National University of Sciences and Technology, in collaboration with University of North Carolina Charlotte, State University of New York, University of Arid Agriculture and COMSATS Institute of IT have arranged, for the second time, an International Symposium on High Capacity Optical Networks & Enabling Technologies (HONET 2005) here from Monday, 19th December.

The three-day workshop will focus on a vitally important area of technology i.e. High Capacity Optical Networks & Enabling Technologies, making it one of its kinds.

The major objectives of the workshop will be the establishment of sustainable future collaborative research and educational initiatives among leading researchers and engineers from US and Pakistani institutions.

To facilitate these goals, in addition to the proposed technical sessions, special organizational task group meetings will be held to identify the areas of mutual interest. A formal administrative committee will be established with specific task assignments in order to follow up future progress and programs.

The impact of this US-Pakistan workshop/forum will be far-reaching, and its benefits will extend beyond those of a one time technical workshop.

The scope of workshop will encompass various areas of telecom sector including, but not limited to, the review of high-capacity optical networks, network security and privacy, standards and routing protocols, metro/edge networks, optical access and passive optical networks (PON), multi-agent systems, optical wireless networks, wavelength and optical burst switching, and broader implications thereof on higher education within the telecom and IT sectors.

This is a great opportunity for participants to get in touch with world class researchers, share their ideas and investigations, and get new and novel ideas from their research experiences. This workshop will also give the participants an opportunity to learn the new trends and state of art technology by attending the tutorials and keynote lectures.

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