APNIC participated at NetHui 2017, held in Auckland, New Zealand from 9 to 10 November 2017.
With the theme ‘Trust and Freedom on the Internet’, NetHui 2017 welcomed attendees from Oceania to discuss topics related to privacy, copyright, blockchain, cryptocurrency and trust.
APNIC sponsored the NetHui 2017 Fellowship, providing support for eight fellows to participate.
- Klée Aiken participated at the New Zealand Internet Research Forum (NZIRF), held on 8 November. The agenda included topics on phishing and the Internet of Things, combating digital exclusion here and in the Pacific, and collaborative and sustainable research.
- Klée Aiken visited ISIF award winner, Ulrich Speidel, at Auckland University discussing his work in network coded TCP satellite links for the Pacific. Read more about Ulrich’s work in this area.
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