Up to five of the best papers from INFOCOM will be fast-tracked in the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, with a streamlined journal review process. Acceptance of fast-tracked papers in ToN is not guaranteed, but is more likely than a regular submission. For details of this process, please refer to http://www.ifp.illinois.edu/ton/fast-track.html
May 10th: The IEEE Communication Society Student Travel Grant Recipients to IEEE INFOCOM 2014 are posted here.
May 1st: The conference awards are now posted here.
March 31st: Panels information is now posted here.
March 26: Key note speech is now posted here.
March 24th: Workshop program is now posted here.
February 8th: Information on workshop final paper submission is posted here.
January 1st: Information on student travel grant is now posted here.
December 18th: Information on final paper submission guidelines are posted here.
December 5th: Information on hotel reservation is posted here.
November 19th: Call for student posters information is posted here.
October 3rd: Information on workshops is posted here.
September 3rd: Hotel Information for TPC meeting on November is posted here.
August 16th: Call for demo/poster proposal PDF version is posted.
Aug 13th: Guidelines and schedules for ATPC are updated here.
July 7th: Paper/abstract submission is now open on EDAS.
July 7th: The call for workshop proposals has been posted.
July 7th: Guidelines and schedules for ATPC, TPC, and Reviewers are now available.
June 11th: Paper/abstract submission and preparation instructions are available.
April 5th: The call for papers has been posted.
April 5th: The website is online.