You will get a ticket to enjoy the conference. Please note that tickets may sell out before the list of speakers is finalized. So if you want to make sure you can attend, please purchase a ticket first and we’ll gladly reimburse you once you get selected.
We will also pay for your reasonable amount of travel expenses to and from the venue.
For speakers travelling from outside the Seoul Capital Area, we will arrange your accommodations at a hotel for the night before and the night of the conference. Let us know about any accessibility needs you have and we’ll do our best to meet them all.
We welcome new speakers. If you want to give a talk but are scared of public speaking, or think you are too inexperienced, or are worried about how to put your stories together into a talk, we are here to help.
Again, whatever else you might need, we’re here to help. Get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each talk is 30 minutes long including transition and preparation time. The time limit is strict, so please prepare your talk to be less than 25 minutes long, to be safe.
There is no Q&A time, but you are free to talk with other attendees outside the auditorium after your talk.
All talks must be in either English or Korean. Live translation from English to Korean and from Korean to English will be provided for all talks. We will also translate your slide deck for you, unless you can translate them yourself.
The speaker selection committee will consist of JSConf Korea organizers and volunteers.
The selection process will begin after the submission deadline.
In the first round, the committee evaluates completely anonymized proposals and rate them from 1 to 10, while considering the following criteria:
The top proposals are then de-anonymized for the committee to finalize the list of speakers. The committee will take speaker details into account in order to ensure a diverse lineup of speakers and to consider travel expenses depending on our finances.