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Call for Tutorials

Submit a proposal for a Tutorial.

Tutorials provide a non-commercial introduction to key technologies associated with government and military communications and information systems and network centric warfare. Tutorials should be as interactive as possible to ensure that participants are actively engaged in exploring the issues surrounding the topic.

A tutorial is normally one hour long, but tutorials of up to three hours duration may be considered if there is room in the program.

Presenters of Tutorials may receive a complimentary day registration for the day of their presentation. Attendance at the remaining days of the conference will require paid registration for those days.

The following timetable will apply: 

Submission of abstract for review  -  Tuesday 12 June 2018

Notification of acceptance  -  Tuesday 31 July 2018

Oral Presentations

Operation of your presentation will be via a laptop computer and mouse at the speaker lectern.  Data projectors with 1280 x 720 pixel resolution (16:9 aspect ratio) will project your images onto the screen. Audiovisual technicians will be available before and during all sessions should you have additional queries or require assistance during your presentation.

The room will be set with a lectern and microphone, a laptop PC (Windows 10, Office 2016), set to one side of the lectern and operated by a mouse.  The laptop sound will be connected to the PA system.

We are unable to support Apple Mac computers, except by prior arrangement. Please note that other presentation materials/formats will NOT be available without prior arrangement.

Please bring with you a copy of your presentation materials (PC format only) on memory stick or CD to be provided to the Audiovisual Engineer when you register. It is advisable for all presenters using PowerPoint to bring a backup of all files.

The presentation schedule will be promulgated early October.