Internet Society's

1995 International Networking Conference

Honolulu, Hawaii

27-30 June 1995

INET'95 - the 5th Annual Conference of the Internet Society - focuses on worldwide issues of Internet networking. It will be held on 27-30 June 1995 in Hawaii. The goal of this conference is to provide a platform that will bring together those developing and implementing Internet networks, technologies, applications, and policies worldwide for infrastructure development. The theme of INET'95 is "The Internet: Towards Global Information Infrastructure."

Since 1991, The INET conferences have become a common meeting ground for participants interested in the design, implementation, operation and use of the Internet. INET'94 in Prague brought together more than 1,200 people from 104 different countries - many of the key people throughout the world who are making Internet infrastructure happen.

For INET'95, global policy and economic issues, ethical concerns, and many technical issues will be raised in a variety of contexts. The rapid influx of commercial and individual uses on the Internet has influenced the nature of the system and broadened its utility. The importance of the Internet and its technology to all sectors of the global economy is growing as is the social impact of access to the Internet. Internet Society encourages its members and all other interested parties to plan active participation in this conference.

INET'95 will be held at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel on Waikiki Beach with some events at the adjoining Royal Hawaiian Hotel.

Conference Topics

The conference is organized into 8 tracks. In addition to the above tracks, INET'95 will encompass certain horizontal subject threads. One such thread is the World Wide Web(WWW), and papers are solicited relating to WWW developments as furthering Global Information Infrastructure.

Proceedings of INET'95 in HTML

Program and Conference Committee

Conference Chair:               Eric Schmidt
Program Committee Chairs:       Kilnam Chon
                                Dan Lynch
Program Committee Secretary     C. Kinman

Program Committee Track Leaders

1. Network Technology           P. Mockapetris
                                S. Yamaguchi

2. Network Engineering          P. Ford

3. Application Technology       B. Leiner
                                R. Kummerfeld

4. User                         S. Goto
                                J. K. Reynolds

5. Policy Issues                H. Klein

6. Regional Issues              John Hine
                                S. Goldstein

7. Commercial                   Tommi Chen

8. Education                    Kathy Rutkowski
                                Michele Huston

Tutorial Chair:                 H. Ishida 
Developing Countries Workshop:  George Sadowsky
Local Arrangements:             David Lassner
Conference Management:          Elizabeth Barnhart
Internet Society VP Education:  Larry Landweber
Internet Society Secretariat:   Mary Burger