February 17, 2012 -- The Flash Memory Summit covers the current state of flash memory and its applications via tutorials, panel discussions, keynote speeches, paper sessions, and more, August 21-23 in Santa Clara, CA. Submit your abstract by March 16.
Presentation proposals are recommended on the following flash memory topics, or related areas:
- Solid state drives (SSDs)
- Enterprise storage systems
- Performance analysis
- Consumer applications
- Embedded applications
- Market research
- New non-volatile memory (NVM) technologies
- Security/content protection
- Flash (USB) disk
- Hybrid (multilevel) storage systems
- Computer applications
- Green flash
- User best practices/experiences
The conference is open to everyone involved in the design, development, integration, marketing, use, or support of flash memory, or related hardware, software, or services. Flash Memory Summit attendees include hardware and software designers, storage specialists, consumer electronics designers, data center/computer/network managers, storage engineers, communications engineers, venture capitalists, embedded system designers, systems engineers, engineering managers, consultants, OEMs and system integrators, marketing and product managers, and design services companies.
Proposals are being accepted through March 16, 2012. Submit your proposal at http://www.flashmemorysummit.com/cgi-bin/start.cgi/HTMLOS_Pages/Call_for_Presentations.html.
The proposal should be one page and consist of:
2.A brief outline of major topics
3.A short biography of the presenter
Acceptance will be made by May 4, 2012
A copy of the paper or visuals for publication in the Conference Proceedings must be provided by July 13, 2012.