A fascinating opening keynote by Research Scientist Dr. Marie Moe of SINTEF, Scandinavia’s largest independent research organisation, kicked off this year’s TNC – the GÉANT community’s premier annual event.
Exploring the issue of medical implants that are connected to networks, and their potential vulnerability to cyber security, the keynote aimed to raise awareness and to inspire others to do more research on the security of connected medical implants.
The keynote was part of the opening plenary for TNC18 – the 34th edition of TNC – which is hosted by Norway’s national research and education network, Uninett, and held in the beautiful city of Trondheim, Norway.
The opening plenary included welcoming speeches from GÉANT Chair of the Board Christian Grimm and GÉANT CEO Erik Huizer; and from Pro-Rector of Research at NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Norway’s largest university.
TNC18 brings together over 700 participants from almost 70 countries, truly representing the diverse global research and education community, for a packed schedule of keynote speeches, demonstrations, meetings, presentations to give participants a unique overview of the latest developments in research and education networking.
Full details on this week’s schedule plus access to live streams, is available on the TNC18 website. All sessions are streamed live, and in archive form as soon as possible after each session via the TNC18 video archive playlist on the TNC18 website. Streaming is provided by the Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center, PSNC (Poland).