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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] HAMRADIO Friedrichshafen / SDRA (was: Google Summ
Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] HAMRADIO Friedrichshafen / SDRA (was: Google Summer of Code / ham radio)
Fri, 11 Mar 2016 00:38:36 +0100
thanks for the great idea!
I just registered for the debian list, and I'm waiting for the
confirmation to send mails to it.
I am still waiting for the option to have a well-known person as sponsor
of the Software Defined Radio Academy (cannot give you details yet). So
the request for papers is still kind of informal and I issue it like
this in order not to loose time. :-)
Please do consider our call for papers for this year's Software Defined
Radio Academy at HAMRADIO Friedrichshafen on Saturday 25.06.2016.
I have set up the SDRA web site for 2016:
Please send me suggestions for talks, papers, posters etc, either
directly to me or to address@hidden
If you want to see about last year's SDRA, please also check that site:
Thanks in advance!
Am Donnerstag, den 10.03.2016, 08:17 +0100 schrieb Daniel Pocock:
> On 09/03/16 10:31, Markus Heller wrote:
> > Hi everybody,
> > I'm still waiting for some information so that I can send out the
> > official Call for Papers for this year's
> > Software Defined Radio Academy
> > at HAMRADIO Friedrichshafen, 25.06.2016.
> > Please consider this mail as some kind of infofficial, in advance
> > invitation!
> I might be able to get there, I'm based a little bit further south from
> there. Please also send your CFP to the debian-hams list, you may need
> to subscribe first,
> > We're looking for speakers, tutorials, presentations, posters of your
> > projects, ideas, research, products.
> > The Live DVD could be an interesting talk. But even beyond that: Save
> > the date! And if you have some cool stuff you would like to present to a
> > HAMRADIO audience, the stage will be yours!
> If a GSoC student does any work in this area and if they can present it
> in a talk or workshop at SDRA, they can make a request to Google for
> assistance with their travel costs. We regularly have GSoC students
> attending DebConf with similar assistance.
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