On 30 November we closed the call for proposals for single presentations at TNC22. A huge thank you to all of you who contributed to enrich our annual conference with your submissions – this year in record numbers! We look forward to the unveiling of the resulting TNC22 programme in January 2022.
But the call for proposals for our flagship conference are not over yet.
Today we are happy to announce that the call for Birds of a Feather (BoF) submissions is now open.
What are BoFs? Those among you who have been attending TNC regularly will be familiar with our BoF sessions, if not, here’s a refresher.
BoF sessions, which bring together people with similar interests and background, at TNC are held to start informal discussions on a topic of shared interest among TNC participants, for instance, if a BoF attracts sufficient interest, it might become a Special Interest Group or a Task Force where innovative ideas, collaborations and synergies are often created. If you are passionate about a specific area of interest for the conference’s audience this is your chance to put words to paper and reach out to the international NREN community.
We would also like to remind you that the Call for Proposals for Demonstrations is still open. Demonstrations are a regular feature of TNC, the conference’s Demonstrations track gives you an opportunity to present your services, practical applications, on-going projects, innovative prototypes or recent results that are relevant to the conference’s topic of interest.
The deadlines for both Calls for Proposals are two months away, so we hope you make the most of this time to plan your successful entries.
15 February 2022
21 February 2022
Click on the link below to go to the submission page, but read the guidelines before sending your ideas: