[mat-wg] Fwd: [menog] Call For Papers, MENOG 9 - Muscat 25 Sept - 4 Oct 2011
From: "Richard L. Barnes" rbarnes@localhost
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2011 10:28:51 -0400
Dear MAT WG,
Please find below the Call for Papers for the 9th meeting of the Middle East
Network Operators Group. If you have been doing work looking at networks in
the Middle East, please think about contributing some content.
Also, please keep in mind that presentations are to be technical in nature;
non-technical presentations or presentations with significant marketing content
will not be accepted.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Kais Al-Essa operations@localhost
> Date: Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 10:33 AM
> Subject: [menog] Call For Papers, MENOG 9 - Muscat 25 Sept - 4 Oct 2011
> To: menog@localhost
> _*Call for Papers*_
> Hello everyone,
> The MENOG Programme Committee is now seeking contributions for the
> MENOG 9 programme.
> We would like to invite presentation proposals to be
> submitted as soon as possible to help us produce the programme in plenty
> of time. We would also like to encourage network operators and
> researchers throughout the Middle East, who have not previously
> presented their work, to do so.
> We are looking for speakers who would:
> - Offer a technical tutorial on an appropriate topic; and/or
> - Participate in the technical conference sessions as a speaker.
> - Share their local experience with any of the fields of interest for
> Submissions must be sent online. You can submit through the link below:
> _*MENOG 9 Format *_
> MENOG 9 will run for 8 days, and will include 5 days of hands-on
> technical workshops, one day of tutorials followed by 2 day Technical
> Conference sessions (including updates from the RIPE NCC)
> Workshops: 25 - 29 September
> Tutorials: 2 October
> Plenary Conference: 3 - 4 October
> Conference Milestones
> - Call for Papers Opens: Now
> - Deadline for Speaker Slide Submissions: 5 September 2011
> - Final Programme Published: 15 September 2011
> - Final Slides: 22 September 2011
> Technical Conference
> - Each technical session in a MENOG Meeting lasts 90 minutes
> - Multiple sessions can cover one subject area, if there is demand.
> - A 90-minute session allows either 3 or 4 presentations per session,
> including time
> for Q& A. Maximum presentation length is 25 minutes.
> Expected subject areas for MENOG 9 include:
> - IPv6 deployment
> - HTTP and Non-HTTP Content Filtering; Anti-spam
> - Internationalised Domain Names (IDN) and Localisation
> - NREN (National Research and Education Networks)
> - ISP Operations, Peering and Internet Exchange Points (IXPs)
> - ISP Network Security
> - Datacentres, Applications& Services
> Paper Submission
> When considering a presentation or tutorial, remember that the MENOG
> audience is mainly comprised of technical network operators and
> engineers with a wide range of experience levels from beginners to
> multi-year experience. There is a strong desire to offer core skills
> and basic knowledge in the tutorials and to address issues relevant to
> the day-to-day operations of ISPs and network operators over the next 12
> - 18 months in the conference sessions.
> Draft slides for both tutorials and conference sessions MUST be provided
> with CfP submissions. The Programme Committee will not consider a
> presentation proposal without accompanying draft slides.
> While the majority of speaking slots will be allocated by 15 September
> 2011, a limited number of slots may be available after then for
> presentations that are exceptionally timely or of critical operational
> Important Note MENOG is a technical conference so marketing and
> commercial content is not allowed within the programme. The programme
> committee will maintain the technical standard of MENOG, and will
> therefore not accept inappropriate materials. It is expected that the
> presenter be a technical person and not a sales or marketing person.
> The audience is extremely technical and expects that the speakers are
> themselves very knowledgeable. All sessions provide time for questions,
> so presenters should expect technical questions and be prepared to
> deliver insightful and technically deep responses.
> *Funding and Support *
> MENOG is a not-for-profit event that is trying to make the event only as
> close to zero cost as possible for attendees; therefore MENOG is unable
> to pay the travel costs of speaker.
> Looking forward to your submissions.
> Kais Al-Essa
> MENOG Program Committee
> MENOG Coordination Committee Member
> Menog mailing list