TNC16 in Prague - Tuesday 14/6-2016
|Pictures from the other days|
For me, the morning starts with a session in alien wavelengths
...first seen from the point of view of the Danish Incumbent Telco, TDC
Bjarke Skjoldstrup, TDC
Per Nihlé:n from SUnet...
...is building his network almost exclusively using alien wavelengths
which gives him a lot to think about
Anna Manolova Fagertun from the Technical University of Denmark does a really
good job as session chair
Guy Roberts from GÉANT
At the end of the session, there is a panel discussion
Christian Gijtenbeek (GÉANT) is taking the opportunity to demonstrate
the online service matrix. Actually, he is taking every opportunity. The service matrix is a unique tool for NREN'ers. Try it before your neighbour!
Susanne Michelsen (NORDUnet) reading over the shoulder of Torben B. Sørensen (DeiC)
Karen O'Donoghue introducing...
...Deborah Estrin from Cornell University...
...who is preaching we need to trust our environment and embrace the
exciting services that our loss of privacy enables...
...and yet she brings her handbag with her onto the stage.
Another important component in a good TNC: Posters
Mirjam Kühne from RIPE is camping outside her own booth. Did they buy it too small?
Others camp inside their booth: Here we have the clever guys from i2cat in Spain
Some other nice gyus filling their booth: Christian Schmitz and Jonathan Kawohl from OwnCloud, where
they offer you to own your own OwnCloud cloud at the palm of your hand - literally!
I suggest civil disobedience and just turn on the machines so you can have a cup whenever you have a break, and not just
when some programme committee has decided I am allowed to be in the exhibition area!
Next session for me was on Advanced Video Applications
...featuring Ingrid Melve from UNINETT...
...who has brought som really illustrative pictures for her talk
Session chair Jan Ruzicka from CESNET
Valter Roesler, RNP
France is such a big country and these days the transport system there is
so unrealiable, that Sabine Jaume and Laurent Gydé from RENATER needs
to go to Prague to work together
Eating at the high table: Leonie Schäfer (DFN) and Aurelija Gefeniene (LITNET)
This is humour...
Home on the Metro after another good conference day: Some people look
like they are in a hurry...
...others are more laid back
Martin Bech, DeIC, email@example.com