[apops] APRICOT 2005 Fellowship and CFP Announcement

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  • From: Philip Smith <pfs at cisco dot com>
  • Date: Tue, 07 Sep 2004 15:11:09 +1000
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    • Hi everyone,

      Please find below the call for presentations and tutorials for the APRICOT 2005 conference in Kyoto, Japan.

      philip
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      CALL FOR APRICOT 2005 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND TUTORIALS
      (Asia Pacific Regional Internet Conference on Operational Technologies)
      16-25 February 2005
      Kyoto International Conference Hall (KICH)
      Kyoto, Japan

      The APRICOT 2005 Program Committee is seeking contributors to the program.

      We are looking for people who would like to:

      * Offer a technical tutorial on an appropriate topic; and/or
      * Participate in the technical conference sessions as a speaker.
      * Convene and chair a Birds of a Feather (BOF) session.

      You can make a proposal by completing the online form at
      http://www.2005.apricot.net/cfp.html

      SCHEDULE

      3 September 2004: Call for Papers Announcement
      27 September 2004: All Proposed Session Presentations and Tutorials Submitted
      12 October 2004: Presentations and Tutorials Selected and Announced
      25 October 2004: Presentation Titles and Abstracts Submitted

      4 February 2005: All Speaker Presentation Materials Submitted for Review
      21 February to 22 February 2005: Tutorials
      23 February to 24 February 2005: Conference

      PROGRAM TOPICS

      Tutorial and Technical Conference Session topics which have been
      designated for this year, include:

      Tutorial:
      Wireless Infrastructure
      Broadcast and Contents Delivery
      Internet Backbone Operations
      MPLS and Traffic Engineering
      Enterprise Security
      Broadband Network Design
      InterConnections and Peering
      Intranet Operations
      Enterprise Network IPv6 Transition
      DNS Operations
      Internet Telephony

      Conference:
      Internet Telephony (organized by APEET)
      IPv6 - Transition/Network Services/Applications (organized by APIPv6TF)
      Asia Pacific Peering
      Security Incident Handling (organized by APCERT)
      Anti-Spam and Net Abuse (organized by APCAUCE)
      Internet Routing and Backbone Operations

      The program committee will consider proposals in any of these areas,
      and also in new areas. If you have an idea for a tutorial or session
      subject that is not listed, please feel free to submit it to us.
      When considering a subject, remember that the APRICOT audience is mainly
      comprised of technical network operators and engineers with a wide range
      of experience levels from beginners to multi-year experience.

      IMPORTANT NOTE

      APRICOT is a TECHNICAL conference.
      The program committee is charged with maintaining the technical standard
      of APRICOT, and will therefore not accept inappropriate materials.
      It is the expectation of both the selection committee and the audience
      that the presenter be a technical professional not a marketing or sales
      person.

      TUTORIALS

      Tutorials are full-day workshops (4 sessions of 90 min. in length) which
      focus on a particular subject in-depth. They may be presented by a
      single Instructor, or a team of instructors working together. You can
      propose a tutorial by completing the online form at
      http://www.2005.apricot.net/cfp.html

      TECHNICAL CONFERENCE SESSIONS

      The APRICOT Technical Conference Schedule is made up of 1.5 hour
      conference sessions, each including up to 3 speakers (therefore
      allowing 20-30 minutes per speaker). Sessions are chaired by persons of
      appropriate expertise in the subject matter of the session, and will
      include ample time for questions from the audience. If you would like to
      propose a presentation, complete the online form at
      http://www.2005.apricot.net/cfp.html

      FUNDING AND SUPPORT

      Only in exceptional circumstances of hardship will APRICOT be able to
      consider assisting with travel expenses of conference speakers or
      tutorial instructors. Registration fees will be waived for presenters to
      attend the portion of the program they are speaking in.

      MAKING A PROPOSAL AS A SPEAKER, INSTRUCTOR

      If you would like to be considered as a tutorial instructor or
      conference session speaker, please complete the online form at
      http://www.2005.apricot.net/cfp.html BEFORE 27 September 2004.

      The following information will be requested on the online form.


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      1. SPEAKER PERSONAL INFORMATION

      First (Given) Name:
      Middle Name:
      Last (Family) Name:
      Title:
      Company / School / Affiliation:
      Organization URL:
      Country:
      email:
      Personal URL:

      Short Bio (please include enough information that we can determine that
      you are a qualified speaker on this subject):

      2. PROPOSAL CONTENT

      Tutorial or Technical Conference Session Presentation
      (choose one for each submission):

      Subject (Choose one from):

      Tutorial:
      Wireless Infrastructure
      Broadcast and Contents Delivery
      Internet Backbone Operations
      MPLS and Traffic Engineering
      Enterprise Security
      Broadband Network Design
      InterConnections and Peering
      Intranet Operations
      Enterprise Network
      IPv6 Transition
      DNS Operations
      Internet Telephony

      Conference:
      Internet Telephony (organized by APEET)
      IPv6 - Transition/Network Services/Applications (organized by APIPv6TF)
      Asia Pacific Peering
      Security Incident Handling (organized by APCERT)
      Anti-Spam and Net Abuse (organized by APCAUCE)
      Internet Routing and Backbone Operations

      Other: (Describe :_____________________)

      Title of Entry:

      Level of Material (Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced):

      Abstract of Entry:

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      CONTACT
      More information on APRICOT 2005 is available at
      http:/www.2005.apricot.net. If you are interested in further information
      on the APRICOT 2005 program and call for papers, please contact the
      APRICOT 2005 Program Committee at <apricot2005-cfp at e-side dot co dot jp>.