Posts Tagged ‘Lighting-Talks’

Enter your Self-Organized Sessions and Lightning Talks!

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

The Call-For-Participation to submit a talk for the main halls is long over – but congress wouldn’t be congress if there weren’t many more options to get on a stage to tell a crowd of curious listeners what you have to say!

Two of those options are waiting for your entries:

Lightning Talks:

These fast paced sessions are perfect for pitching new software or hardware projects, exploits, creative pranks or strange ideas you need to get out to a global audience. Even if you don’t have an awesome idea or project to share, a Lightning Talk is perfect for pitching your Assembly, your workshop or even a longer talk you’ll give as a Self-Organized Session.

Did you think that the thrill of sharing your ideas in front of a huge audience at a C3 was something you’d never experience? Do you work on a cool project and want to get the word out? Was your talk one of the hundreds that got rejected? Did you come up with an awesome hack that you need to share? Go ahead and enter your Lightning Talk now!

Self-Organized Session:

Self-Organized Sessions used to be called “workshops”, but we changed the name to include everything – even if it’s not hands-on or about making things – as long as it’s done by you for all of us!

It doesn’t matter whether you want to give an introduction to your favorite programming language or want to make new friends with similar interests, if you want to screen a movie or if you want to organize a follow-up from a presentation on the big stages: All you have to do is use the wiki to create a Self-Organized Session and choose a free space and time to get going!

As usual both options come with the first-come-first-serve principle, please check the calender carefully to see what rooms and slots are still available.

Mission Angels: How to Connect to the 27c3

Monday, December 27th, 2010

Day0 - II

Thanks to the Mission Angels, you’ll be able to interact with the talks going on at the 27c3 and more! While you watch the streams from one of many Peace Missions throughout the world, Mission Angels will be monitoring IRC and Twitter for questions to be asked in selected events during the 27c3.

To ask a question in a session on IRC join #27c3-Saal-1, #27c3-Saal-2, #27c3-Saal-3 on Freenode or use the corresponding terms as a Twitter hashtag to put your question to the session.

If you’re in a Peace Mission, you can even sign up to give a Lightning Talk!

See the Peace Missions entry on the 27c3 wiki for more information. We’ll be updating the entry as we add more communications methods. If you’re at the bcc, consider volunteering to be a Mission Angel!

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Chaos BBQ Weekend 2010 – Call for Papers

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

Seid gegrüßt, liebe Geeks!

Wie ihr vielleicht schon aus den üblichen Quellen erfahren habt, wird der Chaostreff Dortmund auch in diesem Jahr wieder mit einem Chaos BBQ Weekend an den Start gehen. Unter dem Motto “construct, deconstruct!” wird es vom 16. bis 18. Juli neben dem obligatorischen Grillen wieder Vorträge, Lightning Talks und Workshops rund um den Stoff, aus dem die (Nerd-)Träume sind, geben.

Um ein möglichst buntes Angebot an interessanten Themen anbieten zu können, möchten wir Euch hiermit einladen, Euch mit Euren Themen am Call for Papers zu beteiligen.

Gewünscht sind Vorträge und Workshops rund um die Themen:

* Blackboxes, reverse engineering,
* Neue Technologien, Wissenschaft und Technik,
* Programmierworkshops,
* Elektro/Elektronik/Microcontroller Bastelfoo,
* Geek- und Nerdkultur.

Eure Vorschläge oder Beiträge sollten bei uns spätestens bis zum 1. Juli 2010 eingegangen sein, damit sie noch berücksichtigt werden können. Lightning Talks (kleine Vorträge von 15 bis 20 Minuten Länge) können auch noch während des Events spontan eingeschoben werden.

Um eine unproblematische Weiterverarbeitung gewährleisten zu können, sollten Eure Beiträge eine bestimmte Form einhalten.

Der Beitrag sollte:

* einen Projekttitel und aktuelle Kontaktdaten (nick, (Tel?), E-Mail) enthalten,
* ein bis zwei Seiten umfassen und in Deutsch oder Englisch verfasst sein,
* die ungefähre Dauer des Beitrags oder Workshops in Mikrosekunden beinhalten,
* eine kurze Zusammenfassung am Anfang enthalten,
* wenn nötig nähere Informationen in Form von Fotos/Tabellen/whatever mitbringen.

Eventuelle Terminwünsche können angegeben werden, aber es gibt keine Garantie, daß wir sie berücksichtigen können.

Bitte sendet Eure aussagekräftigen Beiträge rechtzeitig an

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Dear Speakers & Lightning-talkers,

Saturday, December 13th, 2008

it’s time to glam up your lecture-descriptions!

Starting this year, every lecture’s long description will be printed in the Congress’ Proceedings. This was decided in the very last days.
So please try to enhance the abstract and description of your lecture in the particular Pentabarf-Record until:

 Tomorrow, Sunday, 17:23:42 UTC

 (9am PST; 12pm EST; 20pm MSK // 1am CNST; 3am AEST)

The long-description may even be one or two pages long, especially if you don’t submit a paper. Even your short-bio and, if given, a public photo will be printed.

If you are about to make a lightning-talk about your project, please fulfill the description and contact information on your talk in the wiki-page.