As we ramp up for the next #WLPC event – we’d like to specifically ask for a ‘call for papers’ – a fairly old-fashioned term – but it is one we all know and understand.
If you have a topic you are willing to present, please forward via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org the following information:
Session Description (2-3 sentences)
Presenter Bio (short)
Presenter Headshot (photo)
Birds of a Feather
We have a couple forms of presentation at these events:
The first is a standard 55-minute presentation to the entire conference attendees. These are for in-depth and detailed presentations on a topic relevant to Wireless LANs.
The second type is a TEN-Talk – a time-limited 10-minute presentation – designed to get lots of information conveyed quickly. No lead-up, no introductions, just jump right into the material. These are to be high-energy, focused, and perhaps even entertaining looks at things that you are excited and willing to share.
Our third, new type of presentation we are looking for – these are more topical in nature and more of a group discussion – taking on the role of leading a “Birds of a Feather” session. If you think you have a sub-group within the body of attendees, and think there are things your group might want to hear about, this is the place to shine.
Please submit your session ideas as quickly as possible!