The main speaking program for IoT613 Conference 2018 has been finalized, but we still have some openings available for our 613 Showcase series of short talks. If you are a startup, small business, academic researcher, or policymaker in Canada’s National Capital Region and would like to tell the community about your recent innovation, please submit your proposal in the form below.
613 Showcase proposals must be submitted no later than 4:59 PM, March 16, 2018. All proposals will be reviewed and evaluated for fit within our conference format. Thank you for your interested in participating at IoT613 Conference 2018 and we look forward to reviewing your ideas and proposals.
For more information or requests to speak at IoT613 Conference 2019, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Types of Speaking Opportunities
Speech on overarching aspects of a conference theme that will open or close the day. The speech duration is 30-35 minutes.
A presentation by a subject matter expert on a specific topic related to the technical, business, socio-economic, or other aspects of a conference theme. The presentation is 15-20 minutes followed by Q&A. The Q&A may follow the individual presentation, or be part of a common Q&A for several presentations within a session.
SHORT TALK (613 Showcase)
A short talk is intended to inform the audience on a new or early product development, innovation, or research by companies or academia. The duration is 4-5 minutes. Several short talks will be given in quick succession followed by a brief common Q&A.
An interactive discussion among several (3-5) experts and audience on a topic of intertest, guided by the panel moderator. Discussion is preceded by an introduction of the topic or central question by the moderator, followed by short initial statements by each panelist/ The duration of the overall panel session is 45-60 minutes.
A hands-on, interactive workshop on a specific topic within the technology or business stream, led or facilitated by a subject matter expert. A design/development-stream workshop may be a half to full-day in duration. A business-stream specific workshop may be 1.5 to 3 hours in duration, with several topics covered during the day.