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Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2018 17:12:39 +0000
From: Trvon via Fulldisclosure <>
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Subject: [FD] Carolina Con CFP

We are pleased to announce that Carolina Con 15 will be hosted in Charlotte at the Renaissance Charlotte Suites April 26th through the 28th in 2019.

All interested in speaking to any topic in the realm of hacking, technology, science, robotics or any related field are invited to submit a proposal to speak at the con.

A proposal should include the following:

- Name or handle/alias
- Presentation name
- A brief abstract about 1-2 paragraphs
- An estimated time-length of your presentation
- Optional: A brief bio

Proposal should be submitted to the following email, carolinacon[at]protonmail[dot]com.

The subject line is should state “Carolina Con-15 is April 26-28, 2019 in Charlotte NC - the Call For Papers is now open”

Submissions are due by February 15th, 2019, midnight EST

We may be making some early selections this year among the submissions, so please be timely if you're committed to being apart of the chosen presenters. We value diversity so please don't hesitate to propose your ideas no matter how outlandish.

If you present at the Con, you will receive;
- Free Carolina Con admission for you and 1 guest
- 1 free Carolina Con 15 T-shirts
- Mad props and love from our staff and attendees

The hosting organization, 49th Security Division, is a UNC Charlotte Computer Science club that focuses on ethical hacking and education. As we mentioned, Carolina Con 15 will be held in Charlotte. We hope to continue in the vain of the established culture and to inspire the next generation of hackers.

If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach us at the email provided for the paper submission.
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