NTW2015 has now officially ended on Thursday 17 September - however, with a number of enthusiatic participants continuing with an extra day of discussing CERT issues and Wireless for the Norwegian community.
The organizers would like to thank all, delegates, speakers, session chairs, etc. for their active participation throughout the workshop days. We will send out a small survey that we hope you will spend a couple of minutes to fill in and return.
We hope to see you all for the next NORDUnet Conference on 20-22 September 2016 in Helsinki, Finland
The next NORDUnet Technical Workshop will take place on 15 - 17 September 2015
This year the event has been expanded from two to three days as a result of an overwhelming interest around our Nordic community to meet peers.
All day events will run at the Radisson Park Inn hotel, Kastrup. Just two metro stops from the Copenhagen Airport and 1 metro stop from the NORDUnet offices.
The NORDUnet Technical Workshop is a community event. NTW is there for the Nordic R&E networking community to meet, discuss, and work together. We do this in plenary sessions with lightning updates, and we do this in topical or community-specific breakout sessions .
The first and the third days of NTW have been reserved for community meetings and workshops. The meetings can be topical (i.e. about a specific technology, application, or new development), or they can focus on a Nordic community wanting to work together or share experience (the operators of large IP networks, the developers of next-generation federated identity technology, those who support MOOCs and lecture capturing, etc.). The principle is that the meetings or workshops are self-organizing. NTW facilitates the meetings and takes care of logistics, provides facilities, meals, coffees and a networking dinner.
The second day will be populated with Plenary talks and Lightning talks; and everyone is invited to propose a lightning talk.
You can see the preliminary programme here. Workshop descriptions & bios will be updated once they become available from the Session Chairs
We want your contributions to NTW2015. If you have a good topic to share as a lightning talk, please submit your proposal to the Lightning Programme Committee.
Lightning talks are short (<10 min) and focused (3-5 slides) presentations about a specific topic, a project, a new technology, an idea, and so forth that you wish to share. Ligtning talk are meant to inspire discussion and to engage the community.
Engage & Influence
All workshop slots filled, but there is ample opportunity for you to contribute to the workshops. Check out the programme and contact one or more workshop chairs with your ideas and topics for the workshop. You will find a complete list of workshops and organizers in the workshop page. They look forward to hearing from you.