This year’s NORDUnet Technical Workshop (NTW) will run from 24-26 September with selected side meetings on 23 & 27 September. If you work with networking, infrastructure or services for research and education in the Nordic countries, this workshop is for you.
NTW is the meeting point for individuals, teams and communities working with technical aspects of infrastructure and NRENs, service providers, and campus levels. As in previous years, the NTW is organised around a number of community-centred and -organised workshops. The NTW is where the Nordic media and video community will tackle the challenges of growth and new regulations in the coming years, it’s where network specialists update each other on the latest technologies and work on automation and orchestration, it is where the trust and identity community hold hackathons and discuss ideas for new services. And so forth.
NTW is where you meet your peers and get updated on what is hot and what is coming in the R&E networking community.
The program is up at: https://events.nordu.net/display/NTW2019/Programme. Here, you can see the overall schedule and the workshops that are planned over the three days of the main event, as well as specialised, full-day workshops before and after. The workshops in each area are being organised by a dedicated team of community volunteers. They are still busy pouring content into the slots but do take a few minutes and check out the offerings that include both Networking, Trust & Identity, Educational Services, Media Services and much more. And get in touch with the workshop organisers if your favourite topic is not yet there.
The program also includes two lightning talk sessions, your chance to get updated on the diversity of developments in the world of NRENs, and your chance to update all of us – so start thinking about your lightning talk proposal already now.
During the breaks you will get the opportunity to network with colleagues and peers from the community, and the informal reception on Tuesday evening will bring you even more time to get connected and updated. The traditional dinner will take place on Wednesday evening.
Once again, the venue is Radisson Park-Inn, Kastrup/Copenhagen. In line with previous years the registration fee for 3 days of workshop, reception and dinner has been kept at a favourably low price of EUR 125 for early bird registration (available till 18 August). Late comers (19 August – 20 September) will be charged EUR 225.