AFCEA 東京 TOKYO TechNet 2020
AFCEA 東京 TOKYO TechNet 2020 is an annual Information Technology and Security focused conference that brings industry, academia, and government together to network, share ideas, and improve professional knowledge.
Our goal is to not only to provide an opportunity to learn something new, but also to raise money for grants and scholarships for students pursing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) related fields.

As a non-profit organization, our goal is to invest all sponsorship revenue back into the local community. TechNet allows us to hold monthly events, holiday parties, and an annual conference – but most importantly it allows us to provide grants and scholarships to students studying in STEM-related fields.

With that being said, we are not able to cover speaker costs (flights, accommodation, etc). If your talk is selected, we will be able to provide a complementary full-event pass to attend all conference events, including the kick-off dinner, lunch keynotes and panels, networking socials, etc.
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Presentation Abstract (maximum 300 words) *
This is the abstract that attendees will see when looking at the schedule. Introduce your topic, why it's relevant, and what some of the key takeaways for attendees will be.
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Detailed Outline (1000 words) *
This is the outline that will be evaluated by our review committee. Give us an idea on how your talk will contribute to TechNet, how it fits into this year's theme, "Deterrence", and what you hope it benefits the attendees.
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Do you have any examples of your presentation published online?
Please provide a link to your presentation. We're looking for YouTube video examples, PowerPoint, etc.
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Additional Hardware or Requests
If you need any cables, additional power outlets, etc., or something else, let us know.
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Notes for the Planning Committee
If you have any questions, comments, concerns, let us know. We're happy to help!
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