Alejandro Acosta alejandroacostaalamo at gmail.com
Mon Feb 18 15:52:06 BRT 2013


Eleventh Latin American IPv6 Forum (FLIP6) and Latin American and
Caribbean IPv6 Task Force Meeting
5-10 May 2013, Medellin, Colombia

LACNIC (http://www.lacnic.net) is an international organization based
in (Uruguay) that is responsible for managing IP address space,
Reverse Resolution, Autonomous System Numbers and other resources for
the region of Latin America and the Caribbean on behalf of the
Internet community.

The Eleventh Latin American IPv6 Forum (FLIP6) and Latin American and
Caribbean IPv6 Task Force will meet within the framework of the LACNIC
XIX event, for which we are now calling for presentations.

Topics of interest revolve around IPv6 and include, but are not
limited to, the following:

* Relevant deployments
* Monitoring
* Transitioning services to IPv6
* Programming
* IPv6 in residential networks
* Service trials
* Relevant measurements
* IPv6 related studies
* Deployment experiences
* Important Task Force experiences
* IPv6 Address Management
* Deployment case studies
* IPv6 and MPLS
* IPv6 in satellite networks
* IPv6 and geolocalization
* Privacy and IPv6
* Financial and social aspects of IPv6
* IPv6 security in ISPs
* IPv6 security in enterprises
* IPv6 and mobility
* Routing protocols

Guidelines for Presenting Proposals:

Proposals for the XI Latin American and Caribbean IPv6 Forum (FLIP
2013) must be submitted taking into account the following

* The proposal must consist of a paper (article) or an extended
abstract plus a draft of the presentation slides
* Proposals may be presented in English, Portuguese or Spanish
* Proposals must be submitted in Portable Document Format (PDF)
* Submissions must be created directly using a word processing system
(scanned articles will not be accepted)
* Presentations may not be longer than 30 minutes

Submitting a Proposal:

Those interested in presenting at the event should submit the
following information within the deadlines set forth below to the
following address: <comitelactf at lac.ipv6tf.org>:

* Full title of the presentation.
* Full article or an extended abstract plus a draft of the
presentation slides. The full article may not exceed 10 pages. The
extended abstract should not exceed one thousand (1000) words. The
Evaluation Committee may, at its sole discretion, request additional
or complementary information.
* Full name, email address and organization with which the author (or
authors) of the submission is affiliated.
* Specify whether at least one of the authors can guarantee their
attendance to the event, or whether this depends on the possibility of
obtaining financial assistance from the event's organizers (see
"Speaker Benefits").

Proposal Evaluation:

The Evaluation Committee specifically created for this purpose shall
evaluate proposals based on the following basic criteria:

* Originality
* Value of sharing the experience
* Technical quality
* Relevance
* Possibility of generalized application
* Presentation
* Applicability
* Importance of the development

Speaker Benefits:

Authors whose proposals are accepted will be waived the registration
fee. Speaker travel and accommodation expenses will not be covered.

Speakers requiring financial assistance to attend the event should
apply for the event's financial assistance program. Please note that
acceptance of a proposal does NOT guarantee financial assistance, but
submitting a proposal will be considered a plus by the financial
assistance application evaluation committee (which is completely
separate from the IPv6 proposal evaluation committee).


* Deadline for proposal reception: Friday 22 February 2013
* Notification of acceptance: Tuesday 5 March 2013
* Deadline for submitting the final version of the presentation:
Thursday 2 May 2013

For more information, please don't hesitate to contact the Evaluation
Committee at <comitelactf at lac.ipv6tf.org>.

Alejandro Acosta
FLIP6 / LAC IPv6 TF Chair

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