10th IEEE Global Internet Symposium 2007

(in conjunction with IEEE Infocom 2007)

Anchorage, AK, May 11, 2007

IEEE Global Internet Symposium 2007 aims to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners to present and discuss advances in Internet-related technologies. The focus of the symposium is on experimental systems and on emerging Internet technologies. Of particular interest are original speculations about the future of the Internet, progressive position papers, and submissions describing promising work in progress. More information about specific topics of interest is available in the Call for Papers.

Important Dates

Extended Paper Registration February 5, 2007, 11:59pm PST
Extended Paper Submission February 12, 2007, 11:59pm PST
Notification of Acceptance March 19, 2007
Final Manuscript Due April 9, 2007
Symposium May 11, 2007


Click here to register for GI 2007.

Early Registration Deadline: April 30, 2007

  • If you have done early registration for Infocom, you can register for GI07 by April 30 to receive early registration rate along with discount for combined registration;
  • If you only register for GI07, the deadline to receive early registration rate is also April 30;
  • After April 30, the registration rate and your ability to get discount for combined registration is determined by INFOCOM.

  • Open Review Process

    The review process will follow a radically different format: the reviewers' names will be made known to the authors. In addition, if the authors of the paper consent, the reviews and the names of the reviewers will be posted on our website. The goal is to put more stress on the reviewers to be gentle and thorough in their reviews. Note that GI 2007 is arguably the first forum to implement this approach in the recent past.
    All the reviews along with reviewer names for accepted papers are available here.

    Executive Committee

    Technical Program Committee


    The IEEE Communications Society Internet Technical Committee is the technical cosponsor of the 10th IEEE Global Internet Symposium.


    Proceedings will be separate from the IEEE Infocom proceedings, suited to the workshop-like nature of the Symposium. 

    Past Conference

    This web site for GI'2007 is developed based on that for GI'2006.