Global Collaborations

Date and Time : January 24, 2014 (Friday) - 09.00 - 10.30
Chairs : Jacqueline Brown (Chair)
George McLaughlin (co-chair)
Members :
Objectives : To illustrate the use of Research and Education Networks and advanced communication technologies to facilitate regional and global collaborations for research, education, industry incubation and societal benefit. The session will cover very different types of applications with wide geographic scope.
Target Audience : Scientists, Educators, Students, Network Engineers, Aid and Development organizations and industry participants interested in exploiting R&E networks to facilitate and enhance collaboration
Expected Number of Participants : 40 - 60
Agenda : Session Chair: Jacqueline Brown
  • 9.00 - 9.25 - Yongzheng Ma, Assistant Director of CSTNet, China
    Title: Global Collaborations in CSTNET

    The presentation will include a brief introduction on CSTNet and CSTNET's involvement in international collaboration projects, such as GLORIAD, ORIENTplus. HKOEP and international collaborations in multi-disciplinary application areas.

  • 9.30 - 9.55 - Dr Michael Stanton, Director of RNP, Brazil
    Title: Brazil's Research and Education Network and its international collaborations

    RNP, Brazil's research and education network, began operations as a part of the Internet in 1992 and has greatly increased both its coverage and its capacity since then. Starting in 2002, with the collaboration of the academic research community in Brazil, emphasis has been placed on developing new network and user services. Many of these initiatives have led to increased collaboration with peer networks in other parts of the world in such fora as GLIF and CineGrid, as well as in projects such as perfSonar, eduroam and future Internet testbeds. RNP also provides support for ongoing international real-time cultural, medical and sporting collaborations, such as cooperative telematic dance performances and live streaming in ultrahigh resolution video of surgical procedures and large-scale sporting events.

  • 10.00 - 10.25 - Professor Keiko Okawa, Graduate School of Media Design, Keio University, Japan
    Title: School of the Internet's (SOI) role in fostering Regional and Global Collaboration

Video Conferencing : Yes
Seating Arrangement : Classroom Preferable
Remarks :

About Bandung

Bandung has several recreational areas. Among them are tea plantations, both to the north and the south of the city, the scenery of which is indeed beautiful.



There are some hotel options near the venue of APAN37 for staying during the event.



Foreigners are required to have a valid visa to enter to Indonesia. There are few exemption for foreigners that do not need visa to enter Indonesia.