Present at APNIC 42 / bdNOG 6

By on 30 May 2016

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Share your insights on the trends shaping the Internet by presenting to hundreds of network engineers, Internet builders and the wider Internet community at APNIC 42, which will be held jointly with bdNOG 6 in Dhaka, Bangladesh from 29 September to 6 October 2016.

The APNIC 42/bdNOG 6 Call for Papers is now open. The Program Committee is seeking content suitable for the technical plenary and conference sessions, lightning talks and birds of a feather (BoF) sessions on topics including:

  • IP core network routing, switching and operations
  • IPv6 deployment and transition technologies
  • DNS / DNSSEC, Mail, WWW etc
  • Network security issues (NSP-SEC, DDoS, Anti-Spam, Anti-Malware)
  • IXPs and Peering
  • Research on Internet operations and deployment
  • Academic research on Internet technologies

If you are interested in participating as a speaker or chairing a panel session, we’d love to hear from you.

Important information

Make sure you are aware of the dates for submission:

  • First round paper acceptance – 11 July
  • Final deadline for submissions – 14 September
  • Final round paper acceptance – 21 September
  • Final slides received – 1 October

Note, draft slides must be provided with your submission otherwise the Program Committee will be unable to review them. All draft and completed slides must be submitted in PDF format only.

The majority of speaking slots will be filled well before the final submission deadline, so it’s important to get your submission in early! The Program Committee will keep a few slots available up to this deadline, but only for presentations that are exceptionally timely, important, or of critical operational importance.

Please submit your presentation suggestion online using the APNIC 42 Paper Presentation System.

If you have any questions, please contact the APNIC 42 Program Committee who will be happy to assist.

We look forward to receiving your submission.

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