[LACNIC/Napla] 2nd. Call for Papers and Participation - I Workshop pre-IETF (Side Event to CSBC 2014)
Eduardo Cerdas Moya
cerdasmoya.eduardo.cr at ieee.org
Fri Mar 28 13:15:01 BRT 2014
Cómo se puede participar
On Mar 28, 2014 9:04 AM, "Juliao Braga" <juliao at braga.eti.br> wrote:
> 2nd Call for Papers and Participation (apologies for multiple copies)
> Complete information in: http://iwpietf.lacnog.org (English, Spanish and
> I Workshop pre-IETF
> The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is an international community
> interested in fulfilling the mission of defining standards that impact the
> design, use and management of Internet resources [RFC3935 (
> http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3935.txt )]. The process of establishing
> standards for the Internet is long, complex and requires active
> participation, particularly of students and researchers. There are many
> people around the world actively working on it, however there is a growing
> need for more fresh participation.
> The attendance from Latin America has been very low, as many potential
> targeted participants do not know about the IETF or were not motivated to
> do so. A group of volunteers emerged from the "IETF - LAC list" to build
> this Workshop, aiming to increase Latin American presence in IETF
> processes. Besides outreaching about IETF, it is important to provide an
> environment that allows our technicians, students and researchers to show
> their skills, in advance of any IETF meeting.
> The papers presented at the workshop will be adapted or supplemented if
> necessary, and forwarded to the IETF, with effective support (by the
> Committee Pos Workshop) to increase Latin American participation.
> Important dates
> - * Full and Short Paper Submission*: April 21
> - * Notification to the authors*: May 21
> - *Final version*: June 21
> - *Workshop*: July 30
> The full-day event will consist of technical sessions with selected paper
> presentations and invited panels, lectures and workshops. Technical
> sessions have presentations based on technical papers (full papers) and
> extended abstracts (position papers) written in Espanish, Portuguese or
> English. They must follow the format defined in the standard from the
> Brazilian Computing Society, available in
> up to 15 or 6 pages and uploaded via JEMS:
> https://submissoes.sbc.org.br/chair.cgi?c=2018. For CSBC 2014 attendees,
> there will be a daily group discussion to address additional topics,
> followed in the list IETF LAC (which subscription is free -
> Topics of Interest
> Topics of interest for WPIETF LAC 2014 include a discussion (original or
> not) that fit in eight areas of interest to the IETF as described below and
> detailed in several pages of the IETF website (http://www.ietf.org), in
> particular on page http://datatracker.ietf.org/wg/.
> - *Area 1.* Applications: Protocols reaching users programs such as
> email and Web
> - *Area 2.* General: IETF processes and related working groups
> processes that do not fit into any of the available areas.
> - *Area 3.* Internet: The different ways to IP routing and DNS
> - *Area 4.* Operations and Management : Operational aspects monitoring
> and network configuration.
> - *Area 5.* Real-time applications and infrastructure : Interpersonal
> communications sensitive to delays.
> - *Area 6.* Routing : Routing packets to their destination.
> - *Area 7.* Security : Authentication and privacy.
> - *Area 8.* Transport: Special services for special packages.
> Key workshop contacts:
> - *Alvaro Retana* <http://www.linkedin.com/pub/alvaro-retana/3/179/270>:
> aretana AT cisco DOT com (Chair)
> - *Christian O'Flaherty*<http://www.internetsociety.org/who-we-are/people/mr-christian-o-flaherty>:
> oflaherty AT isoc DOT org (Co-Chair)
> - *Julião Braga* <http://lattes.cnpq.br/7092085044582071>: juliao AT
> braga DOT eti DOT br (Local Chair)
> - *Lisandro Zambenedetti Granvile* <http://inf.ufrgs.br/%7Egranville/>:
> granville AT inf DOT ufrgs DOT br (Chair TPC)
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