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2019 European Chapters Meeting

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The Internet Society organized the 2019 European Chapters Meeting in Bucharest, Romania, from 9-10 May 2019, following SEEDIG 5 meeting.

Meeting Agenda

Wednesday, 8 May

18:00-20:00          Welcome Social – Intercontinental Bucharest

Thursday, 9 May

9:00

Doors Open

9:15

Welcome – Frédéric Donck, Regional Bureau Director for Europe, Internet Society

9:30

Attendee Introductions

10:00-11:45

Discussion on Consolidation – led by Carl Gahnberg, Policy Advisor, Internet Society

  • 30 minute talk
  • 45 minute conversation and contribution from Chapters 

11:45-12:00

Coffee Break

12:00-12:30

Internet of Things SIG Talk: “IoT: propaganda. What’s up? Are you ready?” – led by Yuri Kargapolov, Chair, IoT SIG

12:30-14:00

Lunch

14:00-15:15

Discussion on Encryption – led by Has Peter Dittler, Germany Chapter

  • 30 minute talk
  • 45 Minute conversation and contribution from Chapters

15:15-15:30

Coffee Break

15:30-17:00

Discussion and Policy Training on Consumer IoT Privacy and Security – led by Ceren Unal, Regional Policy Manager – Europe, Internet Society

  • 30 minute talk
  • 45 minute conversation and contribution from Chapters

17:00-17:30

Internet Society Long-term View…to 2025 – led by Joyce Dogniez, V. P. Community Development & Engagement

17:30-18:00

Chapter Feedback with Q&A

19:30

Dinner (off site)

Friday 10 May

9:00

Doors Open

9:15-9:45

 “The Internet of Food: Why the future of food belongs to data and network infrastructure” – led by Johan Jörgensen, Chair, Internet of Food SIG

9:45-11:00

Chapter Marketing Using Social Media – led by Neville Hobson, Director of Digital Marketing, Internet Society

  • 30 minutes talk
  • 45 minute training/Q&A

11:00-12:00

Chapters’ Plans

AOB

12:00

Meeting Adjourns

The meeting is by invitation only. It will include fellows from the European Chapters who applied and whose participation has been approved.

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Time

Thursday 09 May 2019 –

Friday 10 May 2019

Location

Intercontinental Bucharest

4 Nicolae Balcescu Blvd, 010051 Bucharest 1, Romania

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