The 44th IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN), October 14-17, 2019, Osnabrück, Germany

Corporate Conference Support Levels


The IEEE Annual Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN) is the premier conference on the leading edge of theoretical and practical aspects of computer networking. LCN has the longest history among all computer networking conferences today and has been the venue where many major developments in computer networks are reported. Over 200 researchers, from both academia and industry, attend LCN from all over the world over a four-day period.

LCN offers different ways to become a patron that can suit organizations of any size. These include opportunities for the supporting organization to promote its visibility, services and products to a large community. It is also an opportunity to demonstrate support to research and development activities in the computer networking community. Visibility at LCN is also an excellent opportunity to recruit new talent from about 100 top-tier graduate students attending LCN every year.

All patrons will be prominently displayed during the conference and an explicit "thank you" will be mentioned at the welcome note of the conference. The patron will also be listed in the Conference Program, IEEE Conference Proceedings, and on the Conference Web site, with a link to the patron’s web site.

Depending on the level, a patron can receive additional benefits:

  • Recognized as a Patron for the conference banquet, coffee breaks, lunch, conference reception, social event or student grants
  • Large poster indicating Patron Support at the registration booth
  • Complimentary conference registration(s)
  • Display space during the conference
  • Patron-provided item(s) in conference attendee bag

Potential sponsors can send an e-mail to the Local Chair, Nils Aschenbruck, with any questions.