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Jean-Francois Abramatic

EOSC Executive Board member


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Victor Aguilar

European University Foundation


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Emrah Akkoyun

TUBITAK ULAKBIM


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Bruvik Anders

Safespring


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Paulo Artaxo

Universidade de Sao Paulo


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  • Climate Change: Sharing large scale data and knowledge to help save the world
    which is part of session Wednesday Plenary
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Christopher John Atherton

GÉANT Association


Biography

Chris Atherton is a Research Engagement Officer at GÉANT, focusing on providing cutting-edge pan-European networking, and trust and identity services. His role focuses on supporting International user communities and organisations, as well as identifying new solutions to specific research requirements primarily in the Earth Observation, Astronomy and Planetary Science communities. Chris has over 10 years’ experience working in the IT and Space industry prior to joining GÉANT and holds a BSc (Hons) in Computer Networks and Security.

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Laurent Aublet-Cuvelier

GIP RENATER


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  • On premise email collaborative platform provided to the French Research and Education community: Yes we can !
    which is part of session Community driven Solutions
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Onur BEKTAŞ

TUBITAK ULAKBIM


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Ronan Byrne

HEANET


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Mauro Campanella

GARR


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  • There’s plenty of programming space at the network data plane
    which is part of session Program the network
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Barb Carra

Cybera


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  • Cresting the Wave of Collaboration and Surfing Towards a Cybersecure Future!
    which is part of session All Hands on Deck
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Peter Clijsters

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Richard Cooper

BBC


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Tangui Coulouarn

DeiC


Biography

Tangui Coulouarn, PhD, works at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). He focusses on DeiC, the Danish NREN. He has also been involved in the development of different network, trust and identity, and security services in GÉANT. He is currently the chairman of the eduVPN board at the Commons Conservancy.

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  • eduVPN: just when we thought it was going so well, we met some end users…
    which is part of session All Hands on Deck
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Ryan Davies

CANARIE Inc.


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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, International Networks @ Indiana University). He is involved in the perfSONAR project since 2008.

Presentations

  • A GUI to enable network troubleshooting with perfSONAR on-demand measurements
    which is part of session Scalable Design - heave-ho
  • User experience and network performance monitoring for CNaaS
    which is part of session CNaaS chat
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Jean-Christophe DESCONNETS

IRD


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Fabio Farina

Consortium GARR


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  • A safe harbor against the network's risks tsunami SCARR, the new network vulnerability scan service by GARR
    which is part of session All Hands on Deck
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Heather Flanagan

Spherical Cow Consulting


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  • It’s Not Just a Destination – It’s a Journey: IdP Discovery, Attribute Release, User Experience
    which is part of session Pain Free Federation
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Licia Florio

GÉANT


Biography

Licia is a Senior Trust and Identity Manager in GÉANT. Over the last fifteen years, Licia has been involved in many of key initiatives that make up the current European and global Authentication and Authorisation Infrastructure for R&E and has been very active in bringing together the NRENs and the eScience communities.

Currently she co-leads the Trust and Identity activities in the context of the GEANT project; the work in this space covers eduGAIN, eduroam, eduTEAM and InAcademia as well as other activities such as Enabling Communities and the Incubator.
Licia is also working with the Erasmus project communities to enable federated access to support student mobility.

Before the GEANT project, she managed the European Funded project on Authentication and Authorisation for Research collaboration (AARC) to enable federated access for eScience research collaborations; the project ended in April 2019.

In June 2018, Licia was awarded the prestigious Medal of Honour by the Vietsch Foundation that supports research and development of advanced internet technology for scientific research and higher education.

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Renato Furter

SWITCH


Biography

Renato is team leader of the collaboration team at SWITCH
He's been working at SWITCH since more than 10 years.
He used to be a software engineer.
He's the holder of the inaugural TNC lightning talk award.

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Thanos Giannopoulos

GRNET


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Tsotne Gozalishvili

GRENA


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  • User experience and network performance monitoring for CNaaS
    which is part of session CNaaS chat
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Chin Guok

ESnet


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Michal Hažlinský

CESNET, a.l.e.


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Birgitta Hemmingsson

ITHU, Mid Sweden University


Biography

https://www.linkedin.com/in/birgitta-hemmingsson-birhem/?locale=en_US

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  • Sustainable Conferences - Virtual Conferences' positive impact on the environment and on knowledge sharing
    which is part of session Community driven Solutions
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Edit Herczog

GÉANT


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David Heyns

GEANT


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Ljubomir Hrboka

CARNET


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  • A GUI to enable network troubleshooting with perfSONAR on-demand measurements
    which is part of session Scalable Design - heave-ho
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Jan Hrusak

EOSC Executive Board Member


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Julio Ibarra

Florida International University


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Xavier jeannin

RENATER


Biography

M. Xavier Jeannin is the Innovation Development Officer for RENATER, the French's research and education network. He is Network Technology Evolution task leader for WP6 of the new GÉANT GN4-3 project, which runs until December 2022. His interests include white box, P4 language, network service orchestration and automation, network monitoring, IPv6 and end-to-end network performance. He coordinates the network deployment for LHC and for HPC data centers in France.

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Sarah Jones

EOSC Executive Board member/Digital Curation Centre


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Christos Kanellopoulos

GÉANT


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  • eduTEAMS: Connecting communities and services in EOSC
    which is part of session Pain Free Federation
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Bala Kathiresan

BCNET


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  • Cresting the Wave of Collaboration and Surfing Towards a Cybersecure Future!
    which is part of session All Hands on Deck
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Stamatis Katsaounis

GRNET


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John Kaye

jisc


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Jan Kohlrausch

DFN-CERT Services GmbH


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Maarten Kremers

SURFnet


Biography

Maarten is a Technical Product Manager Trust & Identity at SURFnet, where he joined in 2007 and is in his current role responsible as a project manager and technical product manager of the innovation and development of SURFnet Trust and Identity services. His current focus is on user-centric identity management, developing the EduID concept in the Netherlands. He has led tasks within the last 3 consecutive european GEANT projects, lastly as the leader of the next generation T&I Technology task, responsible for amongst others development of OIDC technology for R&E, user centric identity management and work around identity and authentication assurance, the latter in collaboration with the AARC projects. Maarten is currently leading within the GN4-3 Project the T&I Enabling Communities task, for outreach towards communities and business development of the T&I services. Maarten is since 2016 member of the steering committee of REFEDS, the community of the R&E identity federations. He holds an MSc degree in Information Management from Tilburg University.

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Yatish Kumar

ESnet


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  • Stateful Edge Computing, Use Cases and a Path to 400G Line Rate FPGA Processing
    which is part of session Program the network
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Dragana Kupres

CARNET


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  • Services for Schools: An integrated adapted approach using Policy-led Multi-Criteria Analysis
    which is part of session Education: it's up to who?
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Michel LABADIE

IRD


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Matti Laipio

CSC - IT Center for Science


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  • Funet Campus Network as a Service in University of Helsinki
    which is part of session CNaaS chat
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Adam Lewis

Digital Earth Africa


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  • Research infrastructures: transformative capabilities on a global scale
    which is part of session Closing Plenary
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Marc Lyonnais

Ciena


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John MacAuley

ESnet


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Joel Mambretti

International Center for Advanced Internet Research Northwestern University


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  • Challenges and Opportunities In Quantum Communications and Networking
    which is part of session Wave patterns
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Jan Meijer

Unit - The Norwegian Directorate for ICT and Joint Services in Higher Education & Research


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Miroslav Milinović

N/A


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  • Enhancing Trust and Reliability for eduroam
    which is part of session e.d.u.r.o.a.m.
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Maciej Miłostan

PSNC, PUT


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  • Prioritization and decision aiding for better network security monitoring and incidents handling
    which is part of session Security signals and signalling
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Jakub Moscicki

N/A


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Edward Moynihan

Indiana University


Biography

Edward Moynihan is the Principal Network Engagement Analyst for International Networks at Indiana University. In this role, Moynihan supports the NEAAR and TransPac projects by working directly with scientists and researchers to help achieve better international file-transfer performance and to increase utilization of IU’s international research networking systems. He also works closely with IN@IU’s international partners to promote the use of international research networking resources and to deliver enhanced functionality to research collaborators and other R and E networking stakeholders.

Prior to joining the IN@IU team, Moynihan led Global Programs at Internet2 and served as Co-Secretary of the Global Research and Education Networking CEO Forum.

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Michał Muras

PSNC


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  • Prioritization and decision aiding for better network security monitoring and incidents handling
    which is part of session Security signals and signalling
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Alberto Perez Gomez

RedIRIS


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Claudio Pisa

Consortium GARR


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Paul Eric Pottie

LNE-SYRTE


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Damir Regvart

CARNET


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  • Services for Schools: An integrated adapted approach using Policy-led Multi-Criteria Analysis
    which is part of session Education: it's up to who?
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Tanya Reilly

Squarespace


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Carl Reitsma

SURFnet


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Guy Roberts

GEANT


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.

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Piotr Rydlichowski

Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry Poznan Superecomputing and Networking Center


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Matti Saarinen

University of Helsinki / IT Centre


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  • Funet Campus Network as a Service in University of Helsinki
    which is part of session CNaaS chat
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Harald Schnatz

Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Braunschweig, Germany


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Markus Schneider

Karlstad University, Sunet


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  • Sustainable Conferences - Virtual Conferences' positive impact on the environment and on knowledge sharing
    which is part of session Community driven Solutions
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Jennifer Schopf

Indiana University


Biography

Dr. Jennifer M. Schopf is the Director of International Networks at Indiana University (IN@IU) and also the Director of the Engagement and Performance Operations Center (EPOC). Schopf leads a $4M per year program supporting both US domestic and international science engagement to improve research outcomes. Internationally, this includes assisting the use of transoceanic networks to Europe, Africa, and Asia, with a focus on measurement, monitoring, and advocacy for end-users. Prior to IU, she was a program officer at the US National Science Foundation (NSF), a founding member of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution’s Ocean Informatics team, and a senior member of the Globus distributed software team. Her research focuses on end-to-end performance prediction and user requirements gathering, primarily in distributed systems with relation to large-scale data use.

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John Scullen

N/A


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  • Running a cloud identity provider platform — technology is the easy part
    which is part of session Pain Free Federation
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Hannah Short

CERN


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Phil Smart

Jisc


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Rhys Smith

Jisc


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Alexandros Soumplis

GRNET


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Alenka Starc

Arnes


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  • Strengthening education at Slovenian schools through Improved ICT infrastructure (SIO-2020)
    which is part of session Education: it's up to who?
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Dan Still

CSC


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Paul Stokes

Jisc


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Cathrin Stöver

Executive Board member/GÉANT


Biography

With more than 20 years of experience working in global telecommunications and the roll-out of network infrastructures across various continents, Cathrin is a highly effective global team leader, successfully working across borders and cultures in complex multi-dimensional projects. With superior levels of cultural awareness and inter-personal skills, she builds rapport at first encounter and delivers passionate messages about otherwise dry roll-outs of infrastructures, focusing on the benefits and opportunities. Cathrin is committed to collaboration and knowledge sharing and transfer as well as inclusive team building based on a foundation of mutual trust.

Cathrin has belonged to the GÉANT team since 1997, holding various positions as the organisation has grown and developed, always with a specific focus on growing the geographic reach of the GÉANT network and the deepening of the global R&E collaboration for the benefit of the global research and education community.

In November 2018, Cathrin was appointed as Vice-Chair of the EOSC Executive Board.

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Henrik Thostrup Jensen

NORDUnet


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Hans Trompert

SURFnet


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Fausto Vetter

RNP


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Stephen Walsh

AARNet


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Michel Wets

SURFnet


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David Wilde

AARNet Pty Ltd


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Chris Wilkinson

Internet2


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Anna Wilson

HEAnet


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Rodney Wilson

Ciena Corporation


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  • How to better collaborate with Industry and tap in to $Billions in Networking R&D Intelligence.
    which is part of session Wave patterns
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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.

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Ralph Youngen

ACS


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  • It’s Not Just a Destination – It’s a Journey: IdP Discovery, Attribute Release, User Experience
    which is part of session Pain Free Federation
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Mike Zawacki

Internet2


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  • Extending eduroam in the US to K-12 and Beyond
    which is part of session e.d.u.r.o.a.m.
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Michał Zimniewicz

PSNC


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