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Training Committee. Kanchana Kanchanasut Interrim Chair. Members. John Barlow, AARNET JongWon Kim, KR Suguru Yamaguchi, AI3 Gihas Dias, SANOG Husni, AI3 Keiko Okawa, SOI/ASIA Pipot, APTRC/Bangkok Patcharee Basu, AIT. Training Activities (Jan-Aug 2003).

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Training committee

Training Committee

Kanchana Kanchanasut

Interrim Chair


Members

Members

  • John Barlow, AARNET

  • JongWon Kim, KR

  • Suguru Yamaguchi, AI3

  • Gihas Dias, SANOG

  • Husni, AI3

  • Keiko Okawa, SOI/ASIA

  • Pipot, APTRC/Bangkok

  • Patcharee Basu, AIT


Training activities jan aug 2003

Training Activities (Jan-Aug 2003)

  • AIT/I2 Multicast Hands-on Training

    <http://irl.cs.ait.ac.th/multicast_workshop.html>

  • NetSA by SANOG

  • Ipv6 training workshop by John Barlow, AARNET at APAN Busan

  • Access Grid Training Workshop by JongWon Kim, KIJST at APAN Busan


Training committee

Networking South Asia (NetSA) (Jul 20-27 2003)

Start Date: July 20, 2003 Location: Colombo, Sri Lanka

Event Details:  This regional forum for Internetworking

professionals in South Asia, which includes Pakistan, Nepal,

Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka and adjacent countries combines

training by a panel of international lecturers with meeting

s of service providers, corporate, academic and research

networkers.

Participants will learn the latest networking technologies

and find out what others in the South Asian region are doing.


Netsa cont d

NetSA (Cont’d)

  • Networking South Asia comprises: Two 4-day technical workshops Two days of tutorials, with over 10 one and half-day in-depth tutorials by industry experts South Asia Network Operators Group (SANOG) meeting the forum for networkers in the region to meet and discuss common issues Asia Pacific Advanced Network (APAN) South Asia meeting where academic and research networkers are building tomorrow’s network Explore Sri Lanka for participants to learn more about this country and each other


Action plans

Action Plans

  • Plan for joint APNIC

  • Use of E-learning

  • More members to the committee..

  • APAN 04 Training Plan


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