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Safeguarding the global, interoperable Internet: trends in the development of technical standards

Thursday 9th May 2024| 4pm-5:30pm BST

The DNS Research Federation invites you to its Internet Standards Observatory Research Roundtable to discuss current trends in the development of Internet Standards, and what these trends mean for safeguarding the global, interoperable nature of the network.

Researchers and Projects

  • “Understanding Internet Standardization Processes through Longitudinal Data-Driven Analysis.” - Ignacio Castro, Queen Mary University of London.
  • “Internet Standards: Measuring the Impact of SDO Policies and Working Practices” - Stephen McQuistin , University of St Andrews, UK.
  • “Role of Epistemic Communities in Setting Standards for Quantum Technologies.” - Yug Desai, South Asian University, New Delhi.
  • “QUIC, or the battle that never was: a case of re-infrastructuring control over Internet traffic.” - Clement Peranaud and Francesca Musiani , Free University of Brussels (VUB) and French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS).
  • “Corporate Influence in Standards Bodies.” - Nick Merrill, University of California, Berkeley.
  • “Opening Internet Standardization to Political Interventions” - Roxana Radu, University of Oxford, Blavatnik School of Government, UK.
  • “Enhancing Digital Governance in Africa: The Crucial Role of Standards Organizations in Shaping the Internet Landscape.” - Wale Bakare, Webfala Digital Skills Initiative for All Initiative.

Join us for the Internet Standards Observatory Research Roundtable

  • The webinar will be held on Zoom, make sure to have the latest version installed.
  • Free event, accessible to all.
  • You will receive an email shortly after your registration with further details.
  • If you experience any technical issue, please send an email to [email protected]
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