Reminder to Submit Presentations for NANOG 85
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Mon Mar 7 22:45:43 UTC 2022
The NANOG Program Committee (PC) would like to remind you that we are
accepting proposals for in-person or remote presentations at all sessions
of NANOG 85, a hybrid meeting, taking place in Montréal, QC, Canada on
June 6th-8th, 2022. Below is a summary of key details and dates from the
Call For Presentations on the NANOG website, which can be found at
Given by many of the industry’s top minds, presentations at NANOG meetings
are meant to spark the imagination, encourage dialog, and drive new
solutions to our greatest networking challenges. Presentations may cover
current technologies, soon-to-be deployed technologies, and industry
innovation. Vendors are welcome to submit talks which cover relevant
technologies and capabilities, but presentations should not be promotional,
or discuss proprietary solutions.
June 6th is the 10 year anniversary for World IPv6 Launch Day! As a result,
for NANOG 85 we have chosen this for our theme and are actively seeking
talks about IPv6.
Additionally, based on feedback from our survey results, we have seen
numerous requests for the following topics:
Tutorials (IPv6, BGP, Segment Routing, DNS)
Security (developments in, problems/solutions, various protocols of).
Don’t wait! Presentation abstracts and draft slides should be submitted no
later than Monday, April 25, 2022.
The primary speaker, moderator, or author should submit a presentation
proposal and abstract via the Program Committee Tool at:
Sign in with your Profile Account
Select the type of talk you propose to present, and complete the form
Timeline for submission and proposal review:
Submitter enters abstract (and draft slides if possible) in the Program
Committee Tool prior to the deadline for slide submission.
PC performs initial review and assigns a “shepherd” to help develop the
submission — typically within 2 weeks.
Submitter develops draft slides of talk if not already submitted with
the initial proposal. Please submit initial draft slides early — the PC
does not evaluate submissions until draft slides are available for review.
NANOG Staff is available to assist with slide templates upon request from
Panel and Track submissions should provide a topic list and
intended/confirmed participants in the abstract.
PC reviews the slides and continues to work with Submitter as needed to
develop the topic.
FINAL SUBMISSION DEADLINE Draft presentation slides should be submitted
prior to the published deadline for slides (April 25, 2022).
PC evaluates submissions to determine presentations for the agenda
(posted on May 23, 2022).
Agenda assembled and posted.
Final presentation slides must be submitted prior to the published
deadline for slides (May 20, 2022 for Remote/Pre-recordings and May 31,
2022 for in-person presentations).
If you think you have an interesting topic but want feedback or suggestions
for developing an idea into a presentation, please email the PC (
nanogpc at nanog.org), and a representative will respond to you in a timely
manner. Otherwise, submit your talk, keynote, track, or panel proposal to
the Program Committee Tool at your earliest convenience. We look forward to
reviewing your submission!
NANOG 85 Calendar of Events
March 7, 2021
April 25, 2022
Submission Deadline: Abstracts WITH Draft Presentation Slides Due
May 9, 2022
Topics List + Highlights Posted
May 23, 2022
NANOG 85 Agenda Published
May 20, 2022
Pre-Record Presentation FINAL Slides Due
May 20, 2022
Speaker Presentation Recordings Finalized
May 31, 2022
In-Person Presentation FINAL Slides Due
June 6-8, 2022
NANOG 85 Conference
Final slides for pre-recorded presentations must be submitted by Friday,
May 20, 2022. NO changes will be accepted between the recording date and
the conference. Final slides for in-person presentations must be submitted
by Tuesday, May 31, 2022. Materials received after that date may be updated
on the website after the completion of the conference.
We look forward to seeing you in June!
Program Committee Chair
Sent on behalf of the NANOG PC
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