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Premio Postel

Cada año, Internet Society otorga el Premio al Servicio Jonathan B. Postel. Este premio se otorga a un individuo o una organización que haya hecho contribuciones sobresalientes a la comunidad.

Sobre el premio

El premio lleva el nombre del Dr. Jonathan B. Postel para reconocer la extraordinaria administración ejercida por Jon en el transcurso de una carrera de 30 años en la creación de redes. Se desempeñó como editor de la serie de notas RFC desde su creación en 1969 hasta 1998. También prestó servicios a ARPANET “números Zar” y la Autoridad de números asignados de Internet durante el mismo período de tiempo. Fue miembro fundador de la Junta de Arquitectura de Internet (actividades de nee) y el primer miembro individual de Internet Society, donde también se desempeñó como Fideicomisario.

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Procedimientos de nominación de premios

El Comité hace especial hincapié en los candidatos que han apoyado y capacitado a otros en sus propias acciones específicas.

Tenga en cuenta que el candidato no necesita ser miembro de Internet Society. Cuando presente su nominación, incluya los siguientes detalles:

  • Nombre y detalles de contacto del candidato
  • CV o biografía del nominado
  • Declaración de recomendación
  • Lista de referencias que corroboran, incluidos nombres, direcciones de correo electrónico y números de teléfono.

Qué incluir en su exposición

Su exposición debe incluir actos específicos, trabajos, contribuciones y otros criterios que le gustaría que se ajusten a los estándares establecidos por Jon Postel. Debe quedar claro que su candidato lo ha hecho de esta manera durante un largo período de tiempo, no simplemente que el candidato ha hecho tanto en el campo de las comunicaciones y de Internet.

Cómo nominar a alguien

Las nominaciones pueden presentarse por auto nominación o por un tercero (persona o grupo) con conocimiento directo de la contribución del candidato.

Para cualquier pregunta, póngase en contacto con postel@isoc.org.

Galardonados Anteriores

Galardonada de 2017 : Kimberly C. Klaffy


(Kc) Kimberly Claffy recibe el Post-Award durante la plenaria técnica del IETF 100, presentado por Kathy Brown (CEO) y Olaf Kolkman (CITO), Singapur, 15/11/2017.
© Stonehouse Photographic/Internet Society

La Internet Society anunció en IETF 100 que la Dra. Kimberly C. Claffy, fundadora y directora del Centro para el Análisis de Datos de Internet Aplicado (CAIDA) es la ganadora este año del Premio al Servicio Jonathan B. Postel.

El Dr. Claffy es un pionero en el campo de medición y comprensión de Internet, no solo a través de sus contribuciones de investigación, sino también por su compromiso de establecer y operar infraestructura para apoyar la recopilación de datos a gran escala, la conservación y el intercambio con la comunidad de investigación científica.

Para más información vea los enlaces aquí:

2016 - Kanchana Kanchanasut

The Internet Society awarded Dr. Kanchana Kanchanasut the Jonathan B. Postel Service Award 2016 for her three decades of persistent Internet pioneering work in Thailand and for enabling countless others to spread the Internet across Southeast Asia and beyond.

2015 - Rob Blokzijl

The Internet Society presented the Jonathan B. Postel Service Award 2015 to Rob Blokzijl for his pioneering work, 25 years of leadership at Réseaux IP Européens (RIPE), and for enabling countless others to spread the Internet across Europe and beyond.

2014 - Mahabir Pun

The Internet Society awarded the prestigious Jonathan B. Postel Service Award 2014 to Mahabir Pun for his key role in bringing the Internet to rural Nepal with the founding of the Nepal Wireless Networking Project.

2013 - Elizabeth "Jake" Feinler

The Internet Society awarded the prestigious Jonathan B. Postel Service Award 2013 to Elizabeth Feinler for her extensive contributions to the early development and administration of the Internet through her leadership of the Network Information Center (NIC) for the ARPANET and Defense Data Network (DDN).

2012 - Pierre Ouedraogo

The Internet Society awarded the prestigious Jonathan B. Postel Service Award 2012 to Pierre Ouedraogo for his exceptional contributions to the growth and vitality of the Internet in Africa. The international award committee, comprised of former Jonathan B. Postel award winners, noted that Mr. Ouedraogo played a significant role in the growth of the Internet in Africa and demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to training young engineers and participating in regional Internet organizations.

2011 - Professor Kilnam Chon

During the IETF 82 meeting in Taipei, the Internet Society presented its prestigious Jonathan B. Postel Service Award 2011 to leading technologist Professor Kilnam Chon for his significant contributions in the development and advancement of the Internet in Asia.

2010 - Professor Jianping Wu

The Internet Society awards its prestigious Jonathan B. Postel Service Award 2010 to leading Chinese technologist Dr. Jianping Wu for the pioneering role he has played in advancing Internet technology, deployment, and education in China and Asia Pacific over the last twenty years.

2009 - CSNET

On 29 July 2009, the Internet Society announced that the Jonathan B. Postel Service Award for 2009 was presented to CSNET (the Computer Science Network), the research networking effort that during the early 1980s provided the critical bridge from the original research undertaken through the ARPANET to the modern Internet.

The Postel award was presented during the 75th meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in Stockholm, Sweden.

2008 - La Fundación Escuela Latinoamericana de Redes (EsLaRed)

On 19 November 2008, the Internet Society announced that La Fundación Escuela Latinoamericana de Redes (EsLaRed) is the recipient of the 10th Anniversary Jonathan B. Postel Service Award. The award was presented for EsLaRed’s “sustained efforts to bring scientific, technical, and social progress in Latin America and the Caribbean through education, research, and development activities on technology transfer”.

The Postel award was presented during the 70th meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in Vancouver, Canada.

2007 - Nii Quaynor

On 5 December 2007, the Internet Society announced that Dr Nii Quaynor was this year’s recipient of the prestigious Jonathan B. Postel Service Award 2007. The award was presented “for his leadership in advancing Internet technology in Africa and galvanizing technologists to improve Internet access and capabilities throughout the continent”. The Postel award was presented during the 70th meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in Vancouver, Canada.

2006 - Bob Braden and Joyce K. Reynolds

On November 10 2006 the Internet Society announced that Bob Braden and Joyce K. Reynolds were this year’s recipients of the prestigious Jonathan B. Postel Service Award 2006. The award was presented “For their stewardship of the RFC (Request for Comments) series that enabled countless others to contribute to the development of the Internet”. The Postel award was presented during the 67th meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in San Diego, California.

2005 - Jun Murai

On August 16 2005 the Internet Society announced that Jun Murai was the recipient of the prestigious Jonathan B. Postel Service Award 2005. The award recognizes Professor Murai’s vision and pioneering work that helped countless others to spread the Internet across the Asia Pacific region. The Postel award was presented during the 63rd meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in Paris, France.

2004 - Phill Gross

On August 5 2004 the Internet Society announced that Phill Gross was the recipient of the prestigious Jonathan B. Postel Service Award 2004. A co-founder of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), Gross has been instrumental in defining and shaping the way in which the IETF standards process functions. The Postel award was presented during the 60th meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in San Diego, California.

2003 - Peter Kirstein

On July 16 2003 the Internet Society announced that Internet pioneer Peter Kirstein was the recipient of the prestigious Jonathan B. Postel Service Award 2003. A founding member of the Internet Society, Professor Kirstein is one of the pioneers of the Internet and was directly involved with its development and evolution. He was awarded the Postel Service Award in recognition of his foresight, persistence and innovation in navigating international technical and political complexities, and thus enabling the global propagation of the Internet.

The Postel Award was presented during the 57th meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in Vienna, Austria.

2002 - Steve Wolff

On June 24 2002 the Internet Society today announced that Internet pioneer Stephen Wolff is this year’s recipient of the prestigious Jonathan B. Postel Service Award 2002. A founding member of the Internet Society, Wolff is considered one of the “fathers of the Internet” and was directly involved with its development and evolution. He was awarded the Postel Service Award in recognition of his significant contributions and long-standing service to the Internet community. The Postel award was presented during Internet Society’s 10th Anniversary Reception, which was graciously hosted by the Embassy of Switzerland in Washington, DC.

2001 - Daniel Karrenberg

Internet Society Chairman Brian Carpenter presented the 2001 Jonathan Postel Service Award to Mr. Daniel Karrenberg, one of the pioneers of the Internet’s development in Europe, during the opening ceremony of the 2001 INET Conference in Stockholm, Sweden. Members of the award committee for the 2001 Jonathan B.Postel Service Award were Mike Roberts – Chair, Kees Neggers, Florencio Utreras, Wawa Ngenge, Jun Murai, and Lynn St. Amour – ex-Officio.

2000 - Scott Bradner

Newly elected Internet Society Chair, Brian Carpenter presented the second Jonathan B. Postel Service Award to Scott Bradner during a Plenary session of the INET 2000 conference in Yokohama, Japan. Scott was unable to be present during the ceremony – as usual he was unselfishly working on Internet standards issues elsewhere in the world! Scott has been a virtual omnipresent individual in IETF activities for as many years as anyone can remember. He steadfastly works for the good of the Internet and the continued excellence of the IETF. His efforts are reflected in the phenomenal success of both.

1999 - Jon Postel (posthumously)

Internet Society trustee Vint Cerf presented the Society’s first Jonathan B. Postel Service Award to Jon Postel, for whom the award was named. The award was accepted by Lois Postel, Jon’s mother, at INET’99. In her moving acceptance speech, Mrs. Postel reminded the crowd that it was up to them to ensure that the Net’s tradition of open standards and open processes endure “because it’s the right thing to do.”