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“Sustainable Networking” 26 th APAN meeting, 4-8 August, 2008 Queenstown, New Zealand. Julie Watson, Communities Manager. Sustainable Networking APAN 26. Date: 4 – 8 August 2008 Venue: Millennium Hotel Conference Centre and Copthorne Resort Three themes embodied by Sustainable Networking:

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    1. “Sustainable Networking”26th APAN meeting, 4-8 August, 2008Queenstown, New Zealand Julie Watson, Communities Manager

    2. Sustainable Networking APAN 26 Date: 4 – 8 August 2008 Venue: Millennium Hotel Conference Centre and Copthorne Resort Three themes embodied by Sustainable Networking: • Environmental Sustainability • Regional Sustainability • Operational Sustainability

    3. Programme ideas • Next generation networks, lamda BOF • Ocean/Coastal observing systems • Astronomy & survey • Biomedical apps • Environmental sensor networks • IPV6 deployments • Indigenous languages & culture • e-Cinema • Infectious diseases, biosecurity • Disaster Mgmt • Agriculture, horticulture; genomics

    4. Meeting Facilities • Millennium Hotel Conference Centre and Copthorne Resort • Located in the heart of Queenstown • Main meeting room seats 288 classroom style or can be made into three smaller rooms • Break out rooms are available for smaller meetings • High speed wired & wireless internet connectivity (1Gbps) • IPV6, multicast, jumbo frames • 155mb and 622mbs international links • Video & teleconferencing facilities – video endpoints will be available in each session room

    5. Millennium Hotel Conference Centre

    6. Room sizes Millennium Conference Centre

    7. Copthorne Resort • Across the road from the Millennium • Additional Accommodation • Additional conference facilities

    8. Room sizes Copthorne Resort

    9. Accommodation • Rooms have been reserved at both hotels • Millennium has rooms with mountain views US$140 ~ US$180 per night • Copthorne Resort has rooms with lake views US $150 per night Both have: • Audio visual equipment including internet access and technician onsite • Business centre available 24 hours • Multi-lingual assistance Accommodation for Fellows will be available nearby

    10. Budget and sponsorship

    11. Queenstown • Southern Hemisphere’s finest four season alpine and lake resort • Rugged mountains, majestic lakes, national parks, historic region • Wide range of accommodation options, compact town layout • Adventure capital of NZ • Well connected to NZ’s R&E backbone • Convenient stopover access to NZ universities and research institutes

    12. Travel • Visa requirements on our website • Can apply for a visa now • Daily flights from Auckland International Airport • Air NZ and Qantas fly directly from Australia • Other flights into Christchurch International Airport

    13. Conference social activities • Welcome dinner at the Skyline Restaurant, perched high above Queenstown • Conference dinner at the Walter Peak High Country Farm • Skiing, mountain biking, walking, rafting, jet boating…nearby and on demand!

    14. Jump!

    15. …or pat sheep!

    16. Pre and post-conference activities • Tour Christchurch to Queenstown via Aoraki • Wine and History Trail, Central Otago • Milford Sound, Fiordland • Golf at the Millbrook Resort • Stewart Island • Dunedin and Otago Peninsula • Bungy jumping, Shotover jet, mountain biking trails, skiing, rafting

    17. Converge on Queenstown for the 26th APAN Meeting

    18. In Hawaii: Julie WatsonCommunities Manager +64 21 674 954 julie.watson@reannz.co.nz Donald ClarkChief Executive +64 21 536 090 donald.clark@reannz.co.nz Nevil BrownleeAssociate Professor (Data Networks), Auckland University +64 9 373 7599 ext 88941 nevil.brownlee@auckland.ac.nz In New Zealand www.karen.net.nz/reannz-team/ Website www.karen.net.nz/home/ Newsletter www.karen.net.nz/hyphen/ Blog / RSS www.karen.net.nz/blog/ Contacts and information