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NGI at DATW
October 20, 2020 @ 20:00 - 23:45
Digital Around The World event addressing EU-US Internet collaboration, through an NGI Think Tank, involving major stakeholders from both sides of the Atlantic.
“Future of Internet: the EU/US Next Generation of Internet Initiatives”
20 October 2020 | 8 pm – 9 pm CET
In our global context, the Next Generation Internet, an initiative launched by the European Commission back in 2016, will be successful only if a worldwide consensus is found, enabling a Human-centric Internet. To that end, collaboration between the EU and the US is essential, both areas being strongly committed to develop the future of Internet and to shape a sustainable landscape for NGI developments.
Indeed, the NGI initiative should design specific actions for policy collaboration, shared technology development and interaction between user-communities, with other initiatives in the world where parts of the NGI infrastructure are designed and deployed; and the US are one of the main places where such activities are held.
Think NEXUS – Think tank for the collaboration on NEXt generation internet between EU-US – is a European Commission (Horizon 2020 research program) project that aims to reinforce EU-US collaboration, through its dedicated Think Tank, involving major stakeholders from both sides of the Atlantic on Next Generation Internet related thematic in three focus areas: Science & Technologies; Innovation & Entrepreneurship; Policy.
This 1-hour session will be dedicated to further advancing EU-US talks around technologies & policies’ priorities for cooperation.
“Next Generation Internet: A Visual collaboration workshop on EU-US NGI research and innovation”
20 October 2020 | 11 pm – 12 am CET
The session will focus on giving the opportunity to a number of the third-party projects funded by two of the NGI RIAs, NGIatlantic.eu (EU-US collaboration on NGI), NGI Pointer (Open Internet architecture renovation) and an EU-US initiative funded by NGI Explorers (EU Fellowships to the US), a chance to present their project ideas to the global audience of the 24 hour-long digitalarounbdtheworld.org event.
- Dr. Mirko Presser, Associate Professor, Aarhus University
- James Clarke, EU Strategic Liaison Manager at the Telecommunications Software and Systems Group, Waterford Institute of Technology
- Sara Pittonet Gaiarin, Senior Project manager, Trust-IT Services & COMMpla
For more info, read the programme here.