Call for Speakers
Our 2019 Hopperx1 Seattle tracks cover a wide range of fields for every technical woman.
We seek high-quality submissions that showcase the latest trends and research, emerging technology, practical experiences, technical solutions and projects led by women in one of the domains highlighted below. We invite perspectives from academic, industry, entrepreneurial, governmental and non-profit sectors. Submissions that explore diversity, inclusiveness and ethical considerations surrounding the technical work are strongly encouraged.
Accepted session formats include presentations, panels, and workshops at intermediate and advanced level.
- Call for Speakers closed on Tuesday, December 11, 2018
- Selected Speakers notified by Wednesday, January 30, 2019
There are four conference tracks for Hopperx1 Seattle, including:
Speaker selection for Hopperx1 Seattle is highly competitive. To improve your chances of being selected, we recommend that you closely follow the speaker submission requirements.
- Word count: Abstract – maximum 400 characters. Proposal – maximum four pages; three pages for submission content and one page for speaker bios. Only abstract will be published to attendees. We will not edit these, so please pay attention to formatting and grammar.
- Font size: Minimum 10-point font. Use a common font such as Arial, Calibri, or Times New Roman.
- Audience: Use for career-related submissions to indicate your target audience. Understanding of the audience and tailoring the submission as such ensures a higher chance of success. If your submission is accepted, the audience label will be at the discretion of the track co-chairs.
- Expertise level: Use for technical submissions to indicate if the proposal is aimed at the Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced levels. If your submission is accepted, the audience label will be at the discretion of the track co-chairs.
- Templates: Use the starter template indicated in each section below to help you get started. You may add sections, provided the proposal is within the page limits specified. If you choose to use your own template, you must still include all the sections listed in your template to ensure consistency.