Hi All –
Please see this link for a position that is opening up at ISOC to help build a stronger secure-routing community.
If you have more questions, please reach out to our ISOC colleague Andrei Robachevsky who is cc’d here. Andrei created our MANRS (mutually agreed norms for routing security) project.
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On 11/20/18, 8:09 AM, "see-regional on behalf of Gergana Petrova" <see-regional-bounces(a)ripe.net on behalf of gpetrova(a)ripe.net> wrote:
The RIPE Academic Cooperation Initiative (RACI) is again looking for
talented academics in the field of Internet technology. Successful
applicants receive complimentary tickets, travel and accommodation to
the meetings and the opportunity to present their research.
If you are working on something interesting, please apply! If you know
someone in your network who is, please forward them this message.
MENOG 19, (TBC): apply by 3 February 2019
SEE 8 (16-17 April, Sarajevo): apply by 3 February 2019
RIPE 78 (20-24 May, Reykjavik): apply by 17 February 2019
ENOG 16 (3-4 June, Tbilisi): apply by 17 February 2019
At ENOG 16 you can present in either Russian or English.
Examples of relevant topics
- Network measurements and analyses
- IPv6 deployment
- BGP routing
- Network security
- Internet governance
- Peering and interconnectivity
- Internet of Things
Get the latest news on RACI and Internet research
- Subscribe to the RACI mailing list:
- Follow us on Twitter:
- Join our group on LinkedIn:
Please let me know if you have any questions. Have a lovely day!
Apologies for the wide posting but I feel like these lists have the kind of
people we're looking for! Feel free to forward on if there are other
communities that could be interested.
The ICTD Research Group at the University of Washington’s Allen School of
Computer Science and Engineering (http://ictd.cs.washington.edu/) is
seeking qualified students, both from the US and abroad, with an interest
in universal internet access and community networking to apply to the PhD
program in computer networking. The ICTD group, led by Professors Kurtis
Heimerl and Richard Anderson, has long worked on the problems of Universal
Internet Access internationally, with deployments and projects in both the
rural Philippines (in partnership with the University of the Philippines)
and Indonesia (in partnership with Ob Anggen). As our research shifts to
wide-area LTE networks and the infrastructure of repair, we want to find
more motivated and passionate students with interest and capacity in the
space. There is a particular interest in students with personal experience
with hard connectivity problems.
If interested, please visit the UWCSE admissions page (
https://www.cs.washington.edu/academics/phd). All students admitted to the
Allen School Ph.D. program are guaranteed funding for 3 years in the form
of a research assistantship, teaching assistantship or fellowship. All or
most of the cost of tuition is covered by the assistantship or fellowship.
If you have any questions, please direct them to Professor Kurtis Heimerl <
A little about the University of Washington’s Allen School of Computer
Science and Engineering: Consistently ranked among the top computer science
programs in the world, the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science &
Engineering educates tomorrow's innovators and engages in research that
advances core and emerging areas of the field. We also lead a broad range
of multi-disciplinary initiatives that demonstrate the transformative power
of computing and are nationally recognized for our success in promoting
diversity. We are located in the spectacular Paul G. Allen Center for
Computer Science & Engineering at the heart of the University of Washington
campus in Seattle — a center of innovation in software, life sciences,
global health, aerospace, and many other fields — where Allen School
faculty, students, and alumni are making an impact and changing the world.
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I think I forgot to share the link to the CN Manual here, due to IGF hectic days...
Here is the open access version of the Community Network Manual http://bibliotecadigital.fgv.br/dspace/handle/10438/25696
Feel free to share it as widely as you want ;)
It has been great to seeing you at in Paris!
All the best
I'm in still in Paris, after a fruitful IGF and going through some of the
contacts that I pointed to the DC3 mailing list.
I think nothing has happened on the website for quite some time and I would
like to point out, that I still have a sister site for the DC3 with
Wordpress that I got up for the IGF in Geneva last year. https://comcon.nu
I paid the subscription to it very recently and updated the site plugins,
I think we'd really need to get up to speed with all our new developments
and post them on the website. As I understood, it was seen that Wordpress
would enable more people to update the site so I think we should share some
credentials to trusted people in this mailing list, so we can keep
up-to-date with a crowd effort and keep informing our members and activists
and new interested people especially. Nobody should have to do this on
We're hardly using our Twitter or Facebook pages either. They should post
something general at least once a month, when we hear of new projects,
publish research or setup events.
At netCommons.eu, we're expanding on the open letter from last year 
to move towards guidelines to European policy-makers on steps that can
be taken to support the development of Community Networks and adapt the
regulatory framework accordingly. The draft document takes stock of the
new rules agreed upon at the EU level as a result of our work with
European CNs and digital rights groups, using these provisions as a
platform to start a dialogue between CNs across Europe and regulators.
We will be releasing that policy brief next month. In the meantime, any
comment/feedback would be greatly appreciated.