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NSRC Personnel Activities Around the World

Upcoming Activities

United StatesJan 21-24: NSRC personnel, Steve Huter and Philip Smith will attend meetings during the PTC´18 to be held in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States.

South AfricaJanuary 22-26: NSRC personnel will provide direct engineering assistance to WSU - Walter Sisulu University, and Univen - University of Venda, in South Africa.

Completed Activities 2018

South AfricaJanuary 15-19: Patrick Okui, Anna Saine, Dale Smith, and Hans Kuhn of the NSRC will be teaching a Campus Network Design and Operations Workshop hosted by TENET- The Tertiary Education and Research Network of South Africa. The workshop will be held in the University of Cape Town. NSRC staff will also provide TENET with direct engineering assistance at Walter Sisulu University in Mthatha, South Africa.

Activities Over the Past Year

TongaDecember 4-8: NSRC personnel Hervey Allen and Phil Regnauld along with Eugene Adanzo of the University of Guam, will teach a Half Day Introduction to Linux Tutorial as well as a Virtualisation and Cloud Computing Workshop during PACNOG 21 that will be held at the Fa'onelua Convention Centre Building, along Vuna Road, Nuku'alofa, Tonga


FijiNovember 27- December 12: The NSRC assisted engineers from the University of South Pacific in Suva, Fiji with topics related to Security, Virtualization.

United StatesNovember 6-17: NSRC pesonnel, Hervey Allen and Hans Kuhn will work as support for the Super Computing 2017 - SC17 meeting to be held in Denver, Colorado, United States.

El SalvadorNovember 6-10: NSRC contractors José Dominguez and Antonio Lobo will lead a workshop on Network Monitoring and Management during the WALC 2017 meeting to be held in San Salvador, El Salvador and hosted by the Universidad Tecnológica de El Salvador (UTEC).


EthiopiaOctober 29- November 3: NSRC personnel Hervey Allen, Patrick Okui will teach an Advanced Routing and BGP for NRENs Workshop in conjunction with the 2017 UbuntuNet-Connect conference that will be held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

MoroccoOctober 23-27: In conjunction with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers ICANN, and the Morocco National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency ANRT, the NSRC with Phil Regnauld will teach a DNS and Security Workshop that will be held in Rabat, Morocco.

United StatesOctober 4-6: Anna Sainne from NSRC will participate in the Grace Hopper Celebration that will be held in Orlando, Florida, United States.


United StatesSeptember 17-19: Steve Huter attended ISOC 25 and the Internet Hall of Fame ceremony in Los Angeles, California, United States.

ComorosSeptember 13-15:Alain Aina of NSRC is leading and teaching a DNSSEC workshop in cooperation with ICANN to engineers of the Comoro Islands located to the north-west of Madagascar. Aina has worked for NSRC, AfriNIC, WACREN, and volunteers with Internet Society, IETF and the ICANN Security and Stability Advisory Committee, in addition to working with numerous Internet Service Providers in West Africa for many years. Another goal of the meeting was to formalize adoption of DNSSEC into the .KM ccTLD with coordination by Ali Hadji Mmadi, Comore Telecom, and Yaovi Atohoun, ICANN. The workshop will be held in Moroni, Union of the Comoros.


SenegalAugust 29: Patrick Okui, Anna Secka, Khoudia Gueye and Phil Regnauld of the NSRC will participate in the launch ceremony of Senegal's Internet Exchange Point - SENIX that will take place in Dakar, Senegal.

United KingdomAugust 21-22: Philip Smith of the NSRC will give presentations about the early days of LINX Internet Exchange Point, and the IXPs in Asia and in developing countries during LINX98. Philip will also teach a 3 Day BGP and Peering Workshop. LINX98 will be held in Manchester, United Kingdom.

United StatesAugust 7-8: Steve Huter of the NSRC will participate on the steering committee for the National Research Platform Workshop that will be hosted at Montana State University, in Bozeman, Montana.


UgandaJuly 24-August 3: NSRC in conjunction with the Research and Education Network for Uganda RENU organize a Campus Network Design and Operations Workshop. Dale Smith and Patrick Okui of the NSRC will teach the workshop and will also provide direct engineering assistance to the University of Kisubi in Uganda.

ThailandJuly 24-25: Jon Brewer of the NSRC will assist Asian Institute of Technology AIT with Point-to-Point setup, monitoring and measurement (TakNet). He will also give a talk at ThaiNOG on LoraWAN and Internet of Things that will be held in Bangkok, Thailand.

Czech RepublicJuly 16-21: Hans Kuhn of the NSRC will attend the IETF 99 meeting that will be held in Prague, Czech Republic . Hans will assist with meeting setup and IETF NOC operations during the meeting.