The APNIC 54 Program Committee (PC) is seeking presentations, panel discussions, lightning talks, and tutorials — particularly content that would suit technical sessions — for the APNIC 54 conference to be held in Singapore and online from 13 to 15 September 2022.
|Call for Papers open||Now|
|First round acceptance||10 June 2022|
|Final deadline for submissions||01 July 2022 (extended to 17 July 2022)|
|Final round acceptance||29 July 2022|
Table 1 — APNIC 54 Call for Papers key dates.
Topics for conference sessions must be relevant to Internet operations and technologies. The PC is seeking content on topics including:
- IP core network routing, switching, and operations
- IPv6 deployment and transition technologies
- Access and transport networks including Cable/DSL, LTE/5G, wireless, metro ethernet, fibre, segment routing
- Cybersecurity and network security issues (NSP-SEC, DDoS, Anti-Spam, Anti-Malware), and best practices.
- Software Defined Networking, Network Function Virtualization, and network automation
- Content and service delivery (multicast, voice, video, telepresence, gaming) and cloud computing
- DNS/DNSSEC and RPKI
- IXPs and peering
- Internet of Things (IoT) architectures, standards, services, security, addressability, and manageability
- Managing COVID-19 related network challenges — network scalability, performance, remote networking, security, and observations
- Smart cities architecture, security, and addressing
- Research on Internet operations and deployment
You can also submit a topic for a Lightning Talk. These short talks/presentations are open to all and last no more than 10 minute, including Q&A (this time limit is strict).
Talks on topics that are timely, interesting, or even a little crazy are invited. The PC will choose the best six.
To submit a Lightning Talk, please select the ‘LIGHTNING TALK’ option on the submission system.
Prospective presenters should note the majority of speaking slots will be filled well before the final submission deadline. The PC will retain a limited number of slots up to the final submission deadline for presentations that are exceptionally timely, important, or of critical operational importance.
You must include draft slides with your submission in PDF or PPT format only.
Moinur Rahman is an independent threat researcher. He’s also an APNIC Community Trainer and contributes to The FreeBSD Project.
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