RACI Research Areas
Applicants may wish to propose presentations on research in the following areas, which are discussed at RIPE Meetings:
- Network measurement and analysis
- IPv6 deployment
- BGP routing
- Network security
- Internet governance
- Peering and interconnectivity
- Internet of Things
However, this list is not exhaustive and the community is open to all relevant topics of interest
The Application Process
The RACI Coordination Team accepts applications year-round. If you are interested in attending a specific meeting (RIPE Meeting, ENOG, MENOG or SEE), be sure to submit your application by the deadline for that meeting.
- Applicants may only apply individually.
- All applications must be made in English unless the application is for consideration for ENOG, in this case Russian abstracts will be accepted.
- RACI applicants must be undergraduate or postgraduate students or researchers at a recognised, established academic organisation or institution located within the RIPE NCC Service Region (Europe, the Middle East and parts of Central Asia).
- RACI applicants must provide slides and an abstract (500 words max) of what they intend to present at the meeting.
- Proposed topics must be of interest to the RIPE community (see RACI Research Areas above).
- The RACI Coordination Team will review the abstracts and they will select RACI applicants at their discretion.
- Chosen candidates will receive a full meeting ticket for the meeting they are applying for, including all socials. Accommodation for the duration of the meeting and travel to/from the candidate’s home country to the meeting will also be arranged by the RIPE NCC.
- The candidate selected to attend will be informed of the scheduling of their presentation.