LACNIC, the Latin American and Caribbean Internet Addresses Registry, is an international non-government organization established in Uruguay in 2002, responsible for assigning and managing Internet number resources (IPv4, IPv6), Autonomous System Numbers and reverse resolution for the region of Latin America and the Caribbean.
The LACNIC Technical Forum (LTF) is a space within LACNIC's annual events created for the international community to share their experiences, work and initiatives related to various technical aspects of a central topic: Internet development in the region of Latin America and the Caribbean.
In this context, LACNIC is summoning the Internet community to submit their proposals for presentations to include in the LTF agenda of our upcoming event, LACNIC31, to be held in the city of Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, on 6-10 May 2019.
There are two possible presentation formats:
The proposed topic must be geared towards and related to Internet development in the region. The following is a non-exhaustive and non-limiting list of the topics of interest for the LACNIC Technical Forum:
If you have any questions regarding the relevance of a potential topic, please contact the program committee email@example.com.
Guidelines for submitting a proposal:
Anyone interested in submitting a presentation proposal must complete the online form available at the following link: LACNIC 31 FTL Form
When evaluating the proposals, the LACNIC Technical Forum Program Committee will consider the following criteria (but will not be limited to them):
The LTF Program Committee is made up by:
|Name||In representation of|
|Guillermo Cicileo||LACNIC Staff|
|Alejandro Acosta||LACNIC Staff|
|César Díaz||LACNIC Staff|
Important dates for this call for presentations:
Authors whose proposals are accepted will have their event registration fee covered. However, they will be responsible for their own travel and accommodation expenses.
Those who require financial assistance to cover their air fare or accommodation must independently apply for a fellowship through the summons issued by LACNIC for this purpose.
Please note that acceptance of a proposal to be presented at the LACNIC Technical Forum does NOT imply that the author(s) will be granted financial assistance, although the submission of a proposal may be considered a plus during the selection process.
At the conclusion of the event, presenters will receive a certificate of the inclusion of their presentation in the LACNIC Technical Forum.
For more information, please check the Sponsorship Program section of the LACNIC31 event website or send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org