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Congratulations to the APRICOT 2016 Fellows

The APRICOT Fellowship Committee has awarded 25 fellowships to help participants from developing economies attend APRICOT 2016. The APRICOT Fellowship program places special emphasis on diversity, and the committee is pleased to have awarded fellowships to six women from around the region.

We look forward to meeting the successful candidates in Auckland.

 

Register now!

Register now and start planning the sessions you want to attend at APRICOT 2016. The workshop week consists of hands-on training with regional and international trainers, while the conference week is packed with technical presentations and tutorials from experts drawn from around the globe.

 
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Call for Papers

You still have time to contribute as a presenter or offer a technical tutorial at the conference on topics including IPv6 deployment, IXPs and peering, Software Defined Networking, routing operations and more. The final deadline for submissions is 25 January 2016.

 

Call for APNIC 41 policy proposals

You can influence how Internet number resources are managed in the Asia Pacific by proposing a policy at the APNIC 41 Open Policy Meeting. The deadline to submit your proposal is 15 January 2016.

There's also a handy guide for new authors that explains everything you need to know from a proposer's point of view.