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AIS'22 is in two parts: Training & Workshops and Plenary Sessions.

Every year the AFRINIC Programme Committee looks for people to:

  • Participate in the technical conference sessions as a speaker
  • Convene and chair panel sessions on relevant topics
  • Deliver technical tutorials

We are specifically interested in presentations focusing on:

  • Internet Governance.
  • Internet Measurements.
  • Core Internet Infrastructure.
  • Community networks.
  • Business Practices and Higher Education in the Age of Technology
  • Network data security and management, attack mitigation.
  • IP network architecture, sizing, configuration and administration.
  • Routing and switching protocols, including unicast, multicast, anycast, SDN, etc.
  • Cloud Computing.
  • Open Data/Big Data.
  • Technology and Content Production.
  • Relations between Mobile Operators and the Internet Community
  • Applications for end-users (e.g. e-mail, HTTP, DNS, NFVs, etc.)
  • IPv6
  • Peering, Internet traffic exchange, IXPs
  • DNS
  • RPKI

  

The submission deadline is 8th April 2022.

AIS 22 Speaker Guidelines

 

  • Presentations should be 10 minutes long, with 10 minutes of Q&A at the end of each presentation.
  • The presenter should articulate their presentation slowly allowing room for interpretation.
  • The maximum time allotted per presentation will not exceed 25 minutes.
  • The Presenter will be required to use the AIS'22 Presentation Template. Available for download HERE
  • The presenter(s) will be required to upload their final presentation in PDF format, no later than five (5) days prior to the presentation date.
  • Presenters are responsible for producing any handouts if required. There are usually approximately 200 delegates in each session.
  • Presentations with marketing and/or commercial content will not be considered.
  • Read more about the Speaker's obligations in the Meeting Etiquette here

Important dates

  • Deadline for submitting Presentation Abstracts – 14th April 2022
  • Deadline for submission of draft presentations – 20th April 2022
  • Submission of final presentation – 22nd April 2022
  • Recording presentations - 22nd April 2022
  • Dry runs will take place from 24th - 26th May 2022,
    exact dates and timings for speakers only will be announced at a later date

How to submit a Presentation Proposal

  1. Please submit your Call for Presentation at https://registration.afrinic.net/forms/cfp-ais22
  2. Fill in the online form with the requested information.
  3. In the Speakers section, provide your abstract, your biography, and slides.

Should you experience any challenges please do not hesitate to contact us at comms@afrinic.net