[apops] Fwd: Call for Instructors- Tutorials Day/AFNOG 2002
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Subject: Call for Instructors- Tutorials Day/AFNOG 2002
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Please spread this "call for instructors" on any technical list you know where it can be useful...
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CALL FOR INSTRUCTORS
* * * * * AFNOG 3 * * * * *
May 12, 2002
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The Africa Network Operators' Group (AfNOG) will hold its 3rd meeting (AfNOG 3) in Lome, Togo from May 12th - 13th 2001. This event will follow an AfNOG-organised 5 day intensive training workshop.
AfNOG 3 will be a two day technical forum for tutorials, presentations and discussions relating to Internet networking, issues on cooperation,backbone networking technologies, and operational practices.
Day 1 of AfNOG3 will be a series of technical tutorials and Day 2 will include a morning session of short presentations, to be followed by an afternoon of open discussions. Topics for tutorials/presentation will have emphasis on relevance to current backbone engineering practices. It is expected this conference will draw up to 200 participants, mainly consisting of engineering staff from national service providers, managers from IT Enterprises and members of the research and education community.
There will also a be a meeting for the Africa Internet Registry (Afrinic - see http://www.afrinic.org ) on the 14th of May. The AfNOG and Afrinic meetings will be held at Mercure Hotel, Sarakawa, Lome, Togo.
For more information about these events, conference hotels, schedules,and logistics, see
http://www.afnog.org/ and http://www.afrinic.org/
AFNOG 3: CALL FOR INSTRUCTORS FOR THE TUTORIALS
AfNOG3 invites tutorials on backbone engineering, coordination, and research topics. Tutorials should highlight issues relating to technology already deployed or soon to be deployed in core Internet backbones and exchange points.
The agenda proposed is this:
12 May Morning:
Romm 1: (8H30 - 12H30)
- VPN Implementation (ISP and User side)
Room 2: (8H30 - 12H30)
- VoIP Deployement (case study with Cisco Router)
Room 3: (8H30 - 12H30)
- Wireless Eginerring - Best performance on wireless datatransmisson
Room 1: (14H30 - 18H30)
BGP and Multihoming
Exchange Point Case study
Room 2: (14H30 - 18H30)
Content Developpement - Dynamic web pages.
Room 3: (14H30 - 18H30)
Financial Planning/Strategy to Build a Scalable Network
HOW TO PRESENT
Submit an informal one-or two-paragraph abstract describing the subject you whant to teach in email to: afnog-presentations at afnog dot org.The deadline for proposals is March 1st, 2002. Abstracts will be accepted after March 1st on the basis of timeliness and quality of the presentation. Presenters will be notified of acceptance by April 1, 2002.
Suggestions/recommendations for technical tutorials and other presentation topics can also be sent to afnog-presentations at afnog dot org