We look forward to Andy Bleaden session about Global perspective on 2nd August at 14:35 Indonesia time.
The APAN community is the largest in the Asia Pacific region for scholars, experts, teachers, and students to share ideas and experiences of Internet development globally, to face the challenges, and to explore collaboration opportunities. APAN meetings are held twice per year and provide an excellent platform for network staff, academics and scientists to work together to promote national, regional and international Internet development.
APAN52 will have a range of exciting keynote speakers and different varieties of programmes including training workshops, tutorials, presentations, demonstrations, conference sessions, and discussion panels. We sincerely invite all of you to register for this event and join us during this exciting APAN meeting.
APAN (the Asia Pacific Advanced Network) refers to both the organization representing its members, and to the backbone network that connects the research and education networks of its member countries/economies to each other and to other research networks around the world.
APAN Ltd is the not-for-profit Association that is the legal entity created to undertake the activities on behalf of APAN members. APAN members are the entities representing research and education network interests in the countries/economies of Asia and Oceania.
APAN coordinates activities related to network technologies, services, and applications among its members and with its peer international organizations.
APAN is also a key driver in promoting and facilitating network-enabled research and education activities. These include research collaboration, knowledge discovery and sharing, tele-health and natural disaster mitigation.
Read more: https://www.apan.net