Applications for APNIC’s Internet Operations Research Grants – a 60,000 AUD fund to support independent research on Internet operations, infrastructure and related protocols – are closing on 15 November 2015.
Apply now for a grant between AUD 5,000 and AUD 60,000.
These grants aim to support and develop the regional Internet research community whose work improves the availability, reliability, and security of the Internet in the Asia Pacific.
Applicants can apply for an amount between AUD 5,000 and AUD 60,000 based on the research needs, a realistic timeframe and a detailed budget. Successful applicants will also receive mentoring and support from the selection committee members to encourage knowledge generation and collaboration.
How to apply
You’re encouraged to apply if you’re a member of Network Operators Groups (NOGs), an Internet Exchange (IXP) member or partner, an operator of root servers, or an academic or postgraduate student working on a project in one of the following areas:
- Network measurement and analysis
- IPv6 deployment
- BGP routing
- Network security
- Peering and interconnection
Visit the website for full terms and conditions, and the online application form.
Applications close 15 November 2015.
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