Speakers



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Chris Atherton

GÉANT Association


Biography

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Giuseppe Attardi

Consortium GARR


Biography

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Akuzike Banda

University of Malawi


Biography

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Thomas Barton

University of Chicago and Internet2


Biography

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Presentations

  • From Transparency to Practice: InCommon Baseline Expectations
    which is part of session Are we done with T&I?
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Giacomo Bernardi

Extreme Networks


Biography

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Presentations

  • IoT Cybersecurity with Natural Language Processing
    which is part of session Crypto For Now!
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Jeronimo Bezerra

AmLight


Biography

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Presentations

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Alexander Blanc

SURFnet


Biography

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Presentations

  • We endorse you for being an edubadger!
    which is part of session edu*
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Erik-Jan Bos

NORDUnet


Biography

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Presentations

  • CAE-1: A Next Step in Securing Sustainable Intercontinental R&E Bandwidth in the GREN
    which is part of session Under the sea
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Kurosh Bozorgebrahimi

Uninett


Biography

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Presentations

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Hindrik Buining

AARNet


Biography

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  • Analytics@AARNet - Reaching Deeper into the Research Community
    which is part of session Opening data silos
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Nicholas Buraglio

ESnet (DOE Office of Science - Energy Sciences Network)


Biography

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Presentations

C

Stover Cathrin

GEANT


Biography

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Presentations

  • European Open Science Cloud (EOSC): It’s a brave new world - creating and supporting digital Communities
    which is part of session EOSC
C

Tim Chown

Jisc


Biography

Dr Tim Chown is the Network Development Manager for Jisc, who operate Janet, the UK's research and education network. He is Work Package Leader for the Network Technologies and Services Development WP of the new GÉANT GN4-3 project, which runs until December 2022. His interests include network service orchestration and automation, network monitoring, IPv6, network security, and end-to-end network performance. He is a Visiting Fellow at the University of Southampton, co-chair of the UK IPv6 Council, a PC member of UKNOF, and an active contributor to the IETF, where he sits on the Internet and Operations Area Directorates.

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Natalia Costas

CESGA


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Tangui Coulouarn

N/A


Biography

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  • eduVPN
    which is part of session edu*
C

Luca Coviello

Consortium GARR, Fondazione Bruno Kessler


Biography

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Richard Cziva

ESnet


Biography

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Antoine Delvaux

Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center


Biography

Antoine Delvaux holds a M.Sc.Eng. degree in Computer Science from the University of Liège, Belgium (1999). He is working for PSNC, the Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center, and is perfSONAR Service Manager in the GÉANT project. He has participated in different network and services monitoring activities, both on the operational and the software development sides, for many years and for various (N)REN (Belnet, Dante, PSNC, WACREN, Indiana University). He is involved in the perfSONAR project since 2008.

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Astrit Desku

South East European University, Macedonia


Biography

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Marieke de Wit - van de Vecht

N/A


Biography

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Solomon Dindi

Malawi Research and Education Network


Biography

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Etienne Dysli Metref

SWITCH


Biography

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Rob Evans

Jisc


Biography

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Ruggieri Federico

GARR


Biography

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Presentations

  • European Open Science Cloud (EOSC): It’s a brave new world - creating and supporting digital Communities
    which is part of session EOSC
F

Marcos Felipe Schwarz

RNP


Biography

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Presentations

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Antonio Ferreira

N/A


Biography

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Presentations

  • Building community Machine Learning Tool for agriculture and forest species identification
    which is part of session Lightning Talks: First Strike
F

Dale Finkelson

Internet2


Biography

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Presentations

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Lars Fischer

NORDUnet


Biography

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Mary Fleming

AARnet


Biography

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Presentations

  • CAE-1: A Next Step in Securing Sustainable Intercontinental R&E Bandwidth in the GREN
    which is part of session Under the sea
F

Licia Florio

GÉANT


Biography

N/A

Presentations

  • AEGIS: ensuring continuity in federated access for research collaboration beyond the AARC Project and into the EOSC
    which is part of session Are we done with T&I?
F

Renato Furter

SWITCH


Biography

Renato is a software engineer at SWITCH. He joined SWITCH in 2008 and is responsible for various services at SWITCH like SWITCHinteract, SWITCHfilesender and SWITCHtoolbox. Since 2014 he is also working for SWITCHdrive - SWITCHs ownCloud services. He has a Bachelor of Business Administration and a MAS in software engineering.

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Charlene GABA

National Institute of Water, University of Abomey-Calavi, BENIN


Biography

N/A

Presentations

  • Strengthening engineering research and training in Africa through Low cost environmental monitoring systems
    which is part of session Lightning Talks: Second Strike
G

Maria Isabel Gandia

CSUC


Biography

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Presentations

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Jim Ghadbane

CANARIE


Biography

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Victoriano Giralt

Universidad de Málaga


Biography

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Ivana Golub

Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center


Biography

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Presentations

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David Groep

Nikhef


Biography

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Presentations

  • AEGIS: ensuring continuity in federated access for research collaboration beyond the AARC Project and into the EOSC
    which is part of session Are we done with T&I?
G

Jordi Guijarro

CSUC


Biography

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Presentations

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Eliza Gyulgyulyan

Ph. D. student


Biography

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Albert Hankel

SURFnet


Biography

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Mihály Héder

SZTAKI


Biography

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Roland Hedberg

N/A


Biography

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David Heed

Sunet


Biography

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Jonathan Homa

ECI


Biography

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Presentations

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Erik Huizer

GÉANT


Biography

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Presentations

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Bartlomiej Idzikowski

PSNC


Biography

Bartlomiej Idzikowski graduated from Poznan University of Technology in 2003 (Computing Science - Computer Networks and Distributed Systems) and has become PSNC employee (Network Department). His research interests focus on video- and web-conferencing, high resolution video systems (4K, 8K), web-based applications, streaming technologies, network management and traffic monitoring. Bartlomiej's professional background is asserted by long-term cooperation within different European projects (GN2 – GN4, 6NET, Porta Optica Study, Phosporus, VISIONAIR), as well as national ones (Platon, Future Internet Engineering, Future ICT). Currently Task Leader for WebRTC task in GÉANT project, technical coordinator for TNC (The Networking Conference) and coordinator of the scientific TV team.

Presentations

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James James Sunney Quaicoe

Tallinn University


Biography

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Presentations

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David Jericho

AARNet


Biography

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Presentations

  • what if CloudStor overflows?! -- adding preservation to synch&share
    which is part of session Opening data silos
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Sigita Jurkynaite

N/A


Biography

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Merike Kaeo

Double Shot Security


Biography

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Ivan Kanakarakis

SUNET


Biography

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Christos Kanellopoulos

GÉANT


Biography

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Presentations

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Jelinkova Klara

Rice University


Biography

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Presentations

  • Creating Learning Standards to Support Next Generation Digital Learning Environments
    which is part of session Digital collaborations
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Justin Knight

Jisc


Biography

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Presentations

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Maarten Kremers

SURFnet


Biography

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Presentations

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Era Ajdaraga Krluku

Ss. Cyril and Methodius University


Biography

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Presentations

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Yatish Kumar

ESnet


Biography

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Presentations

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Francis Lee

SingAREN


Biography

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Presentations

  • CAE-1: A Next Step in Securing Sustainable Intercontinental R&E Bandwidth in the GREN
    which is part of session Under the sea
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Michiel Leenaars

The Commons Conservancy


Biography

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Presentations

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Slávek Licehammer

CESNET


Biography

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Presentations

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Len Lotz

TENET


Biography

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Presentations

  • Developments in the South Atlantic: Exploring models for sharing submarine cable capacity
    which is part of session Under the sea
M

Williams Mark

Jisc


Biography

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Presentations

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Alvaro Martin

Universidad de Malaga


Biography

N/A

Presentations

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Garvan McFeeley

HEAnet, Brokerage Services Manager


Biography

N/A

Presentations

  • GÉANT Digital Single Cloud Market Experiences: User Stories from NRENs and Institutions
    which is part of session Cloud User Stories
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Heidi Morgan

USC-ISI


Biography

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Presentations

  • Developments in the South Atlantic: Exploring models for sharing submarine cable capacity
    which is part of session Under the sea
M

Jakub Moscicki

CERN


Biography

N/A

Presentations

  • Going FAIR at the rate of n × log n -- Interlinking Synch&Share stores to benefit from Metcalfe’s Law
    which is part of session Opening data silos
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Edward Moynihan

Indiana University


Biography

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Presentations

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Jani Myyry

CSC/Funet


Biography

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Presentations

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Manola Natalia

OpenAIRE


Biography

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Presentations

  • European Open Science Cloud (EOSC): It’s a brave new world - creating and supporting digital Communities
    which is part of session EOSC
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Damian Niemir

Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center


Biography

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Presentations

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Brian Nisbet

HEAnet


Biography

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Presentations

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Steve Olshansky

Internet Society


Biography

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Presentations

  • Consumer IoT security and privacy frameworks, trustmarks and certifications: useful, or useless?
    which is part of session Lightning Talks: Second Strike
P

Gabriella Paolini

GARR


Biography

Gabriella Paolini is the Traning and E-learning Manager for GARR. She started working for GARR in 2000 as a Senior Network Engineer. She follows GARR Schools community and actively partecipates in the EC project UP2U. Since 1995 she is working on digital literacy, in particular to overcross digital gaps. Since 1989 in the Register of Italian Journalists. She is a board member of ISOC Italy Chapter.

Presentations

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Chris Phillips

CANARIE Inc.


Biography

Chris Phillips is the Technical Architect for CANARIE's Canadian Access Federation, an access federation operating the eduroam and SAML trust fabrics in Canada. Chris has a BSc in Computing from Queen's University in Kingston (1995) and has worked previously in the private sector through multiple acquisitions followed by just under a decade with Queen's working on internet scale systems for directory, mail, single sign on, and identity management systems that interact with Peoplesoft. Chris is also the Chair of the Community Architecture Committee for Trust and Identity(CACTI) of Internet2, a member of the eduGAIN Steering Group and the Global eduroam Governance Committee, participates with IETF activities, and is an active participant in Internet2 working groups

Presentations

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Enrico Pietrocola

Consortium GARR


Biography

N/A

Presentations

  • Content interaction powered distance learning - Contact, pointing, immersion and feeling of presence
    which is part of session Lightning Talks: Second Strike
P

Jarno Pinola

VTT


Biography

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Presentations

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Remco Poortinga-van Wijnen

SURFnet


Biography

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Presentations

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Jørgen Qvist

NORDUnet


Biography

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Presentations

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Tim Rayner

AARNet


Biography

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Presentations

  • Interfacing to Indigo - Technical & Operational considerations interfacing to a submarine open line system
    which is part of session Under the sea
R

Guy Roberts

GEANT Association


Biography

Guy Roberts joined GÉANT in 2006 and is Senior Network Architect. He is responsible for the introduction of new transmission technology into the GÉANT network and is currently working on the design of the next GÉANT network to be built in 2020-2022. He is also technical lead for GN4-3 WP6-T1 quantum key distribution and optical time/frequency network sub-tasks. In addition, Guy is technical lead for the developing a new spectrum service in the GÉANT network. As co-chair of the NSI working group in the Open Grid Forum he is joint author of several GFDs. Guy received his PhD in photonics from the University of Cambridge in 2006 in the area of DWDM subsystem design based on integrated photonic components.

Presentations

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Phil Roberts

Diamond Key Security


Biography

N/A

Presentations

  • CrypTech Open Source Crypto Project
    which is part of session Crypto For Now!
R

Chris Rohrer

UbuntuNet Alliance


Biography

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Presentations

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Nathalie Roth

SWITCH


Biography

Nathalie Roth is a trained and certified translator, terminologist and interpreter. She studied German, French and English translation at the University of Geneva in Switzerland; and Portuguese and English at the Alumni translation and interpretation school in Sao Paulo, Brazil. After working several years as a translator and terminologist in banking and insurance companies, Nathalie Roth discovered the world of e-learning, when working as an e-learning author for bank training modules. Since 2009, Nathalie Roth has been working as a community coordinator for the Swiss e-Learning Community eduhub at SWITCH. She is also manager of the Safe Exam Browser Consortium.

Presentations

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Nick Roy

Internet2


Biography

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Presentations

  • From Transparency to Practice: InCommon Baseline Expectations
    which is part of session Are we done with T&I?
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Antonio Saravia González

RedIRIS, Deputy Director of Strategic Projects and Alliances


Biography

N/A

Presentations

  • GÉANT Digital Single Cloud Market Experiences: User Stories from NRENs and Institutions
    which is part of session Cloud User Stories
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Stelios Sartzetakis

GRNET


Biography

Dr. Stelios Sartzetakis is Research Director at the Information Management Systems Institute of ATHENA Research Centre, and Strategy Planning Committee Coordinator of GRNET. Before that, he headed the telecommunications and networks laboratory of ICS-FORTH; he was visiting professor at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Crete; and participated in numerous international research projects in the area of broadband network management, QoS and traffic management, and optical networks. He was principal in the creation of FORTHnet, the first Greek ISP. His research interests include cloud-based large data processing, storage and network programming systems. He received his PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, his MEng in Systems and Computer Engineering from Carleton University of Ottawa, and his BSc in Mathematics from Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki.

Presentations

  • European Open Science Cloud (EOSC): It’s a brave new world - creating and supporting digital Communities
    which is part of session EOSC
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AGNESE SBROLLINI

Consortium GARR, Università Politecnica delle Marche


Biography

Agnese Sbrollini is a Consortium GARR fellowship student since November 2018, working on a project entitled “In-Cloud Cardiovascular Monitoring System for the Prevention of Sport-Related Sudden Cardiac Death”. She received the PhD in Information Engineering in March 2019 at Università Politecnica delle Marche (Ancona, Italy). In 2017, she stayed for 3 months at Leiden University Medical Center (Leiden, Netherlands) for the Erasmus + Traneeship. She received the Degree in Biomedical Engineering at Politecnico di Torino (Torino, Italy) in December 2014 and the bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering at Università Politecnica delle Marche (Ancona, Italy) in 2012. She is author of 10 journal papers and 25 conference proceedings.

Presentations

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Jennifer Schopf

Indiana University


Biography

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Presentations

  • Pragmatic Science Engagement Using an Operations Center Approach
    which is part of session Digital collaborations
S

Neil Shewry

Jisc


Biography

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Presentations

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Rob Smets

SURFnet


Biography

N/A

Presentations

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Jerry Sobieski

NORDUnet


Biography

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Presentations

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Rogier Spoor

Surfnet


Biography

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Presentations

  • eduVPN
    which is part of session edu*
S

Michael Stanton

RNP


Biography

N/A

Presentations

  • Developments in the South Atlantic: Exploring models for sharing submarine cable capacity
    which is part of session Under the sea
S

Jack Suess

UMBC


Biography

N/A

Presentations

  • Creating Learning Standards to Support Next Generation Digital Learning Environments
    which is part of session Digital collaborations
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Jakob Tendel

DFN, Product Manager DFN-Cloud


Biography

N/A

Presentations

  • GÉANT Digital Single Cloud Market Experiences: User Stories from NRENs and Institutions
    which is part of session Cloud User Stories
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Nikos Triantafyllou

University of the Aegean


Biography

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Presentations

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Szymon Trocha

Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center


Biography

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Presentations

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Tusu Tusubira

Managing Partner of Knowledge Consulting Ltd


Biography

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Presentations

  • Research and Education Networks in an Environment of Accelerating Change: The Need for a Community-based Approach
    which is part of session Closing Plenary
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Mian Usman

GÉANT


Biography

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Presentations

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Davide Vaghetti

GARR


Biography

Davide Vaghetti is the GARR Coordinator for the Italian Identity Federation IDEM. Davide has worked previously as a System and Network Administrator at the University of Pisa where he developed and managed the Identity Management System. Since 2013 he has been the coordinator of the Italian Identity Federation (IDEM) Technical Steering group, and in 2016 joined GARR to work full time as a digital identity researcher. He has been task leader in the Joint Research Activity of the AARC project, and he has also been sub-task leader in two teams of the GÈANT GN4-2 project (OIDCFed and eduKEEP). Lately he has been nominated eduGAIN Service Owner in the GÈANT GN-3 project. In the meantime, he has also been CCNA Instructor, software developer (mainly Java, Python and Ruby), and freelance Japanese translator. He graduated in Japanese History with a thesis on the Taishoo Democracy and he holds a post-graduate diploma from the Faculty of Engineer on Internet Technology.

Presentations

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Ruben van den Brink

SURFnet


Biography

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Charlie van Genuchten

SURFnet


Biography

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Pierre van Houtryve

Haute Ecole Provinciale de Hainaut Condorcet (Mons, Belgium)


Biography

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Presentations

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Eric Verheul

Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands


Biography

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Presentations

  • Remote Document Encryption - encrypting data for passport holders
    which is part of session Crypto For Now!
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Maja Vreča

Arnes staff


Biography

N/A

Presentations

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Frans Ward

SURF


Biography

Frans Ward is a Senior Technical Product Manager at SURFnet and has been responsible for innovation projects in the area of Trust and Identity, Service Delivery and Educational Services. For the past three years his focus was mainly on Open Badges and Micro-credentialing, the Open Educational API and Open Educational Resources; projects that are part of the SURF innovation programme 'Education Innovation with IT'. Frans studied Business Information Technology at Rotterdam University. After working at the Erasmus University IT department for more than 12 years he joined SURFnet in 1999.

Presentations

  • We endorse you for being an edubadger!
    which is part of session edu*
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Michel Wets

SURFnet, Team Lead Cloud Services and Product Manager SURFcumulus


Biography

N/A

Presentations

  • GÉANT Digital Single Cloud Market Experiences: User Stories from NRENs and Institutions
    which is part of session Cloud User Stories
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Chris Wilkinson

Internet2


Biography

N/A

Presentations

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Stefan Winter

RESTENA Foundation


Biography

Stefan Winter graduated in Computer Science at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany, in September 2004, with a specialisation in telematics and foundations of Computer Science. He is working as R&D Engineer for the Luxembourg Research and Education Network RESTENA, where network roaming and identity federations are in the focus of his activities. He led the R&D work for eduroam during several incarnations of the GEANT projects. He is member of the eduroam Operational Team in Europe (leading the development of the eduroam CAT software) and the Global eduroam Governance Committee.

Presentations

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John Womersley

European Spallation Source


Biography

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Presentations

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Jessica Wu

JISC, Cloud Service Group Manager


Biography

N/A

Presentations

  • GÉANT Digital Single Cloud Market Experiences: User Stories from NRENs and Institutions
    which is part of session Cloud User Stories
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Albert Wu

Internet2


Biography

N/A

Presentations

  • From Transparency to Practice: InCommon Baseline Expectations
    which is part of session Are we done with T&I?
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Ralph Youngen

American Chemical Society


Biography

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Presentations

  • The Solution for IdP Discovery and the Exploration of the Next Big Thing
    which is part of session Are we done with T&I?