[menog] Sustainability at RIPE 75

Michael J. Oghia mike.oghia at gmail.com
Mon Nov 13 09:06:36 UTC 2017

Hi everyone,

Earlier this year, I began the endeavor to build bridges between the
Internet governance / infrastructure community(ies) and the sustainable ICT
academic and research community. In many ways, current Internet technology
is not sustainable. This relates to overall lack of design consideration of
ICTs for sustainability (such as recycling or energy scaling), and includes
issues such as pollution, electronic waste (e-waste), and energy use.

Dr. Mike Hazas was one of the first people who inspired me to do more work
in this field, and he was the keynote speaker at a EuroDIG roundtable
workshop on sustainable Internet access held in June. After the session, he
connected with members of RIPE NCC's external relations team who encouraged
him to apply for one of the academic fellowships (RACI) to attend RIPE 75
in Dubai, and I am delighted to share his presentation and lecture:

Mike Hazas, Lancaster University, UK
Internet Services and Energy Demand

I encourage everyone to continue to consider sustainability in all of its
forms going forward, and encourage discussions around this topic.

Thank you,

Michael J. Oghia
#Netgov consultant & researcher | editor

Belgrade, Serbia
Skype: mikeoghia
Twitter <https://www.twitter.com/MikeOghia> *|* LinkedIn

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Gergana Petrova <gpetrova at ripe.net>
Date: Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 9:54 AM
Subject: [RACI-list] RACI: Apply for Spring 2018 + Review of Autumn
To: raci-list at ripe.net

Dear all,

A short reminder for the RACI call for applications for our four meetings
in spring 2018:

MENOG 18 (TBC): Apply by 28 January 2018
RIPE 76 (14-18 May, Marseille): Apply by 11 March 2018
ENOG 15 (4-5 June, Moscow): Apply by 1 April 2018
SEE 7 (18-19 June, Timisoara): Apply by 15 April 2018

If you are working on interesting research or know someone in your network
who is, you can find more information and the application form here:

As always, successful applicants will receive complimentary tickets, travel
and accommodation to the meetings.

Also, below you would find a list of the RACI presentations delivered at
RIPE 75 in Budapest. Enjoy!

Farzad Ebrahimi, Internet of Things Academy of Iran, Iran
Key Factors for the Successful Entry of Developing Countries into the
Internet of Things

Ivana Tomic, Imperial College London, UK
Trusted Routing in the Internet of Things

Juan Brenes, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
Power Prefixes Prioritization for Smarter BGP Reconvergence

Mike Hazas, Lancaster University, UK
Internet Services and Energy Demand

Nuno Garcia, Universidade da Beira Interior, Portugal
Lessons Learned from Ten Years of Measurements in Internet Traffic – a New,
Almost-Reliable UDP Protocol

Richard Cziva, University of Glasgow / REANNZ, UK
Ruru: Real-Time Wide-Area TCP Latency Monitoring

Sara Solmone, University of East London, UK
Establishing Jurisdiction Online: The Problem of the Access-Based
Jurisdictional Principle

Uta Meier-Hahn, Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, Germany
Creating Connectivity. How Networkers Manufacture the Good of the Internet

Vasileios Giotsas, UCSD/TU Berlin, Greece
Detecting Peering Infrastructure Outages in the Wild

A list of all past RACI presentations is available here:

Please let me know if you have any questions about RACI or about applying.
And thank you in advance for your help in spreading the word to your

Best regards,

Gergana Petrova
External Relations
RIPE Network Coordination Centre

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