Local Computer Networks Conference

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The Local Computer Networks Conference (LCN) is an annual international academic conference organized by the IEEE Computer Society. The first LCN was held in 1976, with the full name of "Conference on Experiments in New Approaches to Local Computer Networking".[1] The second meeting in 1977 was called the "Conference on 'A Second Look at Local Computer Networking'" before it changed its name to "Third Conference on Local Computer Networks" in 1978. After that the conference was simply called LCN. The IEEE Technical Committee on Computer Communications sponsored the LCN since 1979.[2]

LCN has grown to be a premier conference on theoretical and practical aspects of computer networking and is ranked as an A conference according to the CORE Rankings Portal in 2017.[3]

History of the Conference[edit]

History of the LCN conference
Year City Country (Region) Date
2021 Edmonton (virtual host city) Canada 4 October - 7 October (virtual)[4]
2020 Sydney (virtual host city) Australia 16 November - 19 November (virtual)[5]
2019 Osnabrück Germany 14 October - 17 October[6]
2018 Chicago Illinois, United States of America 1 October - 4 October[7]
2017 Singapore Singapore 9 October - 12 October[8]
2016 Dubai United Arab Emirates 7 November - 10 November[9]
2015 Clearwater Beach Florida, United States of America 26 October - 29 October[10]
2014 Edmonton Canada 8 September - 11 September[11]
2013 Sydney Australia 21 October - 24 October[12]
2012 Clearwater Beach Florida, United States of America 22 October - 25 October[13]
2011 Bonn Germany 4 October - 7 October[14]
2010 Denver Colorado, United States of America 11 October - 14 October[15]
2009 Zurich Switzerland 20 October - 23 October[16]
2008 Montreal Canada 14 October - 17 October[17]
2007 Dublin Ireland 15 October - 18 October[18]
2006 Tampa Florida, United States of America 14 November - 16 November[19]
2005 Sydney Australia 15 November - 17 November[20]
2004 Tampa Florida, United States of America 16 November - 18 November[21]
2003 Königswinter Germany 20 October - 24 October[22]
2002 Tampa Florida, United States of America 6 November - 8 November[23]
2001 Tampa Florida, United States of America 14 November - 16 November[24]
2000 Tampa Florida, United States of America 8 November - 10 November[25]
1999 Lowell Massachusetts, United States of America 18 October - 20 October[26]
1998 Lowell Massachusetts, United States of America 11 October - 14 October[27]
1997 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America 2 November - 5 November[28]
1996 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America 13 October - 16 October[29]
1995 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America 15 October - 18 October[30]
1994 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America 2 October - 5 October[31]
1993 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America 19 September - 22 September[32]
1992 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America 13 September - 16 September[33]
1991 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America 14 October - 17 October[34]
1990 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America 30 September - 3 October[35]
1989 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America
1988 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America 10 October - 12 October[36]
1987 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America
1986 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America
1985 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America
1984 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America
1983 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America
1982 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America
1981 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America
1980 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America
1979 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America
1978 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America 23 October - 24 October
1977 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America 13 October - 14 October
1976 Minneapolis Minnesota, United States of America 16 September - 17 September

Historical Events[edit]

The conference celebrated its 40th anniversary 2015 in Clearwater Beach, Florida where Robert Metcalfe (founder of 3COM and co-inventor of the Ethernet network technology) gave the keynote speech [37][38] and held a panel with Harvey Freeman (President of the IEEE Communications Society 2017,[39]), Howard Salmen, and Peter Martini (Director of Institute Fraunhofer FKIE[40]).[41]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN) Conference Celebrates 40th Anniversary".
  2. ^ "LCN History".
  3. ^ "LCN CORE Ranking".
  4. ^ "LCN46 Home Page".
  5. ^ "LCN45 Home Page".
  6. ^ "LCN44 Home Page".
  7. ^ "LCN43 Home Page".
  8. ^ "LCN42 Home Page".
  9. ^ "LCN41 Home Page".
  10. ^ "LCN40 Home Page".
  11. ^ "LCN39 Home Page".
  12. ^ "LCN38 Home Page".
  13. ^ "LCN37 Home Page".
  14. ^ "LCN36 Home Page".
  15. ^ "LCN35 Home Page".
  16. ^ "LCN34 Home Page".
  17. ^ "LCN 2008 Technical Program" (PDF).
  18. ^ "LCN 2007 Technical Program" (PDF).
  19. ^ "LCN 2006 Technical Program" (PDF).
  20. ^ "LCN 2005 Technical Program (Preliminary)".
  21. ^ "LCN 2004 Technical Program".
  22. ^ "LCN 2003 Technical Program".
  23. ^ "LCN 2002 Preliminary Technical Program".
  24. ^ "LCN 2001 Preliminary Technical Program".
  25. ^ "LCN 2000 Preliminary Technical Program".
  26. ^ "LCN '99 Technical Program".
  27. ^ "LCN '98 Technical Program".
  28. ^ "LCN 97 Technical Program".
  29. ^ "21st LCN Technical Program".
  30. ^ "20th Technical Program".
  31. ^ "dblp Computer Science Bibliography, IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN)".
  32. ^ "dblp Computer Science Bibliography, IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN)".
  33. ^ "dblp Computer Science Bibliography, IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN)".
  34. ^ "dblp Computer Science Bibliography, IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN)".
  35. ^ "dblp Computer Science Bibliography, IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN)".
  36. ^ "dblp Computer Science Bibliography, IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN)".
  37. ^ "LCN 2015 keynote by Bob Metcalfe". doi:10.1109/LCN.2015.7366257. {{cite journal}}: Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  38. ^ "IEEE LCN 2015 Oct 27 - 09.30h Conference Keynote Bob Metcalfe". YouTube.
  39. ^ "ComSoc Board of Governors 2017".
  40. ^ "Fraunhofer FKIE Institut".
  41. ^ "IEEE LCN 2015 Oct 27 - 16.30h 40th Anniversary Panel". YouTube.