The PHP Conference Brazil for 2011 has officially opened their Call for Papers for this year's event.
All sessions should be about one hour in length (50 minutes for the presentation itself and 10 for question and answer time) and the deadline of for submission is August 5th, 2011. They'll take the submitted sessions and evaluate them in a committee based on their relevance, originality and how they relate to the current state of the web to make their choices. The list of sessions will be released September 2, 2011.
If you'd like to submit, go to their Call for Papers page and enter your details. Selected speakers will receive a PHP Brazil shirt or cap, compensation for food & transportation costs and more. Topics they're looking for include presentations on security, frameworks/tools, current trends, the status of the job market, case studies and success stories from your personal experiences.