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Registration for the 29th NORDUnet Conference is open.

Go directly to the REGISTRATION LINK or read more about registration and fees here . You may also want to know a bit more about the programme.

The Call for Lightning Talks has been extended until 1 September, 2016.

    

 

Lightning talks are five-minute presentations focusing on one key point; this can be an idea, a successful project, a cautionary story, a collaboration invitation, or even a quick tip.

 Use the time wisely to present the pertinent message of the subject matter without the need for background history, the problem space or a business-case justification.

 Lightning talks are mainly for those that want to get feedback on an idea or (preliminary) results - or even first-time speakers.

 If (with emphasis on "if"!) you want to use slides, make sure they are clear, light and not too many (typically one or two will do).

 To propose a lightning talk, use the following link .

 If you have any questions, please contact  Jacqueline Brown

Side meetings

A number of colocated community meetings and workshops will run before and after the actual conference days. Below you will see some of the events. For a full listing including contacts, timing and availability please go to the dedicated Side meeting page.

  • LHOPN/LHCONE
  • WebRTC
  • Media
  • NSI
  • SDN

 

Latest conference news:

 

<p><span class="tx">This year we will be experimenting with a different conference format and include an UnConference session.</span><span class="tx"> </span><span class="tx">Forget about single speakers at the podium. </span><span class="tx">Forget about fixed topics and sitting in on traditional sessions. </span><span class=...
Posted by Susanne Michelsen on Wednesday 13th Apr, 12:46
<p><strong>Björn Nilsson is one of the regulars at the NORDUnet conference. We’ve asked him why. </strong></p><p>-       I have at least two good reasons for coming: One is the conference programme and the other is all that goes on in-between, Björn Nilsson says. Björn has been res...
Posted by Susanne Michelsen on Wednesday 13th Apr, 12:53

 


 

 

About the 29th NORDUnet Conference 2016

 

NORDUnet 2016 is the Nordic networking meeting place, bringing together the networking community from Nordic universities and NRENs, along with their European and global colleagues.

The Finnish NREN Funet/CSC will host this 29th edition of the conference, which will take place in Helsinki, at the Marina Congress Center.

The conference programme will feature keynote talks, invited and submitted presentations, and lightning talks.

The main topics are:

  • Innovative infrastructure and services developments 
  • Advanced applications of research and education networks
  • e-Science and e-learning
  • Security and risk mitigation

 Also included will be series of parallel workshops and side meetings on current issues in R&E networking.

Our aim is to showcase Nordic, European, and global innovation, as well as current challenges, future developments,  and recent results within the topics and areas covered by the conference.

Please come and join us for knowledge sharing, networking and inspiration.

Programme & Speakers

The Programme Committee is happy to announce one of our keynote speaker

Mikko Hypponen, who will talk about "Securing The Internet".

Mikko Hypponen is the Chief Research Officer at F-Secure. He started programming on a Commodore 64 and has been reverse engineering malware since they were spreading on floppies. He's known for tracking down the authors of the first PC virus in history. PC World ranked him among the 50 Most Important People on the Web.

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News from the Programme

"Securing the internet" - NDN2016 theme

Security, digital privacy, encryption. Not just buzzwords but serious issues topping agendas around the world and now also covered by the theme of the 29th NORDUnet conference. " With Keynote Mikko Hyppönen talking about security and a full track dedicated to security we hope to cover the whole range of security aspects.", says Programme Committee member Josva Kleist.

Read more

 

 

Sponsors & Partners

Emerging NREN programme:

 

 



Gold sponsors:

 

NORDUnet invites sponsors & partners to collaborate on the NDN2016 conference. The sponsorship programme can be found here  and if you have questions, please drop a note to Susanne Michelsen

Read more about why Eduix signed up for the Emerging NREN sponsorship in the dedicated page

 

 

Call for Presentations

The Call for Presentations is closed.

If you have any question, contact Jacqueline Brown

The Call for BoF's

is now open. Please send your proposal to Susanne Michelsen

 

Side meetings

In line with previous years you are encouraged to co-locate your workshop, status meeting, project task force gathering, etc. with the conference. Please let us have your preliminary suggestions as soon as possible to arrange for appropriate meeting room. Email to Susanne Michelsen.