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The APRICOT 2014 Programme Committee is responsible for the solicitation and selection of suitable presentation and tutorial content for the APRICOT 2014 conference (www.apricot2014.net).
The APIA Board selects a new Programme Committee each year and is now seeking nominations from the community.
As part of APIA's partnership with APNIC, the PC will be responsible for building the technical & operational content for both APRICOT in Bangkok in February 2014 and the APNIC 38 Conference in New Caledonia in September 2014.
Eligible PC candidates are those who have attended APRICOT & APNIC conferences in the recent past, have broad technical knowledge of Internet operations, and have reasonable familiarity with the format of APRICOT & APNIC conferences. Having constructive opinions and ideas about how the programme content might be improved is of high value too. PC members are expected to work actively to solicit content for the two events and review submissions for technical merit. The PC meets by conference call, weekly in frequency during the three months prior to each event.
If you are interested in joining the PC and meet the above eligibility criteria, please send a brief note to "apia-sec at apia.org". The note should include affiliation (if any) and contact details (including e-mail address), and a brief description of why you would make a good addition to the PC. PC members receive complimentary registration for the event they helped assemble the programme for.
The APIA Board will accept nominations received by the end of Friday 25 October, 2013, and will announce the new PC shortly thereafter.
Mark Tinka, Dean Pemberton & Philip Smith (APRICOT 2014 PC Chairs)