Become A Speaker at A New HOPE
Do you have a software or hardware project or initiative that will help people in your community, school or workplace? Are you concerned about the use of surveillance technology in your town and the impact it might have on your civil rights? Do you have other ideas that might be interest to other attendees of A New HOPE?
Share your knowledge and issues with other like-minded people by submitting a proposal for a talk, panel or keynote presentation to A New HOPE. This in-person event is scheduled on July 22-24, 2022 at St. John's University in Queens, New York City.
Subjects To Talk About
Following are some topics of interest:
- Software, computer architecture, and algorithms.
- Science and mathematics.
- Intrusion detection, counter-measures, and monitoring.
- Surveillance and counter-surveillance.
- Social engineering.
- Teaching and learning.
- Engineering, electronics and manufacturing.
- Societal influences of technology.
- Historical perspectives on hacking.
- Ethical issues.
- Law, politics and governance.
- Health and well-being.
- Virtually any other topics related to hacking.
How to Submit Your Proposal
Email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please ensure you include a title, abstract and brief biographies of the speakers. Visit Tips for Submission for details on how to create a proposal that will interest HOPE organizers.
We review submissions on a rolling basis and will contact you if we choose your presentation.