CRNC2019: call for abstracts

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Dear colleagues!

We invite you to participate at the 4th CAREN Regional Networking Conference (CRNC2019)

«Partnership for the future of Research and Higher Education in Central Asia»

26-27 November 2019, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

CRNC2019 will be hosted by Kyrgyz Research and Education Network Association (KRENA), jointly with the National Academy of Sciences of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Kyrgyz State Technical on 26-27 November 2019

CRNC has established itself as the academic networking conference for Central Asia. The 4th CAREN Regional Networking Conference will attract participants from the five Central Asian countries, as well as from neighboring regions and other parts of the world. CRNC brings together academia, scientists, decision makers, ICT specialists and industry representatives across Central Asia and Europe. All have a common interest in the provision of advanced ICT services for research and higher education institutions across the Central Asian region.

This two day conference will feature an overview of the recent developments in advanced ICT services for research and higher education, stories from the field in the use of these advanced services and how ICT is best introduced at member institutions of the Central Asian NRENs. Governmental policy makers are explicitly invited to attend the conference to gain a front seat insight into the benefits of advanced ICT services in education and research.

We invite potential speakers to submit abstracts of a paper before October 14, 2019 by registering at: and uploading an abstract of their intended contribution. The abstracts need to address one of the topics listed below. Submitted abstracts will be will reviewed for acceptance to the conference by the Program Committee. If the abstract is selected for presentation at CRNC2018 you will be invited, no later than October 21, 2019 to submit a full paper and presentation for the conference.

The topics of this year’s conference are:

  1. Telemedicine/e-Health
  2. E-Learning
  3. Water management
  4. Climate change
  5. Seismology
  6. Federative authentication and authorization
  7. Regional Infrastructures (Digital CASA)
  8. E-Libraries

The paper size of abstract must be A4, where the left, right, upper and lower fields are 2 cm. Line spacing single. All text, except for the header must be written in Times New Roman in black and size 12 point, aligned in width. The header must be bold and size 14 point. The abstract should contain maximum 200 words and biography of the presenter not more than 100 words.

CNRC2019 is organized by the EU-funded CAREN project that provides gigabit capacity connectivity to Central Asian NRENs.

See for more information on this conference.

Contact for further information, if needed.

The Organizing Committee reserves the right to review and select the abstract to be included in the conference program.

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