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[infowar.de] 21C3: Call For Papers
21st Chaos Communication Congress 2004: Call for Papers
21C3 - 21st Chaos Communication Congress
"The Usual Suspects"
December 27th to 29th, 2004
Berliner Congress Center, Berlin, Germany
The Chaos Communication Congress is an annually held, three-day
conference by the Chaos Computer Club of Germany with a focus on
technology and its effects on society. The upcoming event will take
place from December 27th through 29th 2004 in Berlin, Germany.
Our motto for this year, 'The Usual Suspects', integrates lectures,
workshops and discussions about current scientific and technological
developments, new aspects of engineering research and sociological
insights gathered from deployment of modern technology.
Three different tracks on all three days of the congress will be
featuring far more than 80 events per day. These extensive lectures and
workshops guarantee for information saturation.
We are looking for speakers who can preferably hold lectures and/or
workshops in English or German. We are especially keen on
lectures/workshops that fall into one of the following categories:
The 'Hacking' domain includes a range of topics dealing with technology,
concentrating on current research with high technical merit.
Traditionally, the majority of all talks held tend to be drawn from this
Topics in this domain include but are in no way limited to: network and
system insecurity, biometric systems, satellite take-over, creative use
of VoIP, insecurities in GSM, etc.
The 'Science' domain deals with current or future objects of scientific
research that have the potential to radically change our lives, be it
basic research or conducted for the industry.
We are looking for talks and papers on the current state of the art in
this domain, covering subjects such as nano technology, quantum
computing, high frequency physics, bio technology, brain-computer
interfaces, automated analysis of surveilance cctv, etc.
This domain deals with the state of society itself.
We are looking for a reality check and would love to hear about topics
such as wire tapping laws, surveillance practices, social and legal
aspect of autonomus systems and robots, analysis of snafuing industrial
projects like the truck toll in Germany, effects of technology on kids,
how nerds live in different cultures and countries, etc.
This domain deals with cultural mind expansion and subjects on the
fringe of the technoverse. Examples would be 20 years of Cyberpunk,
social structures and conflict resolution in Wikis and other Social
Software, the culture of video games etc.
The Chaos Communication Congress invites developers, projects and
activists to present themselves and their topics at the Congress.
Developer groups are encouraged to ask for support to hold smaller
on-site developer conferences and meetings in the course of the
The Chaos Communication Congress Proceedings are published online on the
Internet. Only talks and presentation that were actually held will be
Since the Chaos Communication Congress is a non-profit oriented event,
we are unfortunately unable to pay any fees. Help on the travel
expenses is generally possible and is to be agreed upon after acceptance
of the lecture/workshop. Low priced accomodation can be organised.
You can find the perliminary agenda at http://www.ccc.de/congress/2004/
You will find also information on the registration procedure for
For further information and questions please feel free to contact
- cccv -
Lectures should be given in either English or German and should not
exceed 60 minutes. This includes a question and answer section. Talking
longer than an hour is possible if the topic legitimates it (please
remark on submission). Workshops should include a talk on the basic
principles and a practical hands-on section.
Submitters are asked to send their application to 21c3-content -!
- cccv -
including at least the following information:
* Name: Full name of speaker
* Bio: Short biography of speaker
* Contact: E-Mail, phone, instant messaging etc.
* Title: Name of event or lecture
* Subtitle: Additional title description (a couple of words, optional)
* Abstract: An abstract of the event's content (max. 250 letters)
* Description: A detailed description of the event's content (250 to
* Attachments: more information
- Links to background information
- Links to information on the lecture itself
- Slides, Paper in PDF or other formats
The deadline for submission is October 1st, 2004. Notification of
acceptance will be sent by e-mail on November 1st, 2004 the latest.
However, you may very well get your notification earlier than that.
Final papers or slides are due by December 1st, 2004.
1.10.2004 Submission due
1.11.2004 Latest notification of acceptance
1.12.2004 Final Papers/Presentations due
27.-29.12.2004 Chaos Communication Congress
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