CONNECT is the magazine from the GÉANT community; highlighting the activities of Europe's leading collaboration on e-infrastructure and services for Research and Education.
Issue 43 - TNC23 - Digital Generations
You can now read online CONNECT43, the latest issue of the GÉANT CONNECT Magazine!
In this issue we put together great articles from across the GÉANT community on a wide range of topics, including:
Our TNC23 feature including an interview with keynote speaker Mira Mezini, Prof. of Computer Science at the Technical University of Darmstadt in Germany; GÉANT’s Fit for 2028; CONNECT Interviews with Arjan Xhelaj, Director of RASH; Juha Oinonen, Director of FUNET at CSC; Kristiaan De Greve, Programme Director at IMEC; Ana Alves, Data Protection & Chief Information Officer at GÉANT; and a tribute to one of our community pioneers, Ida Holz, “mother of the internet” in Latin America.
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Issue 42 - A new era for digital innovation
You can now read online CONNECT42, the latest issue of the GÉANT CONNECT Magazine!
In parallel with Women's History Month, we highlight two outstanding female figures in our global community: Dr. Iman Abdelrahman, founder of SudREN, and Prof. Bilge Demirköz, Professor of Astro-Particle Physics at METU, Turkey.
Furthermore, you will also find: a closer look at the newly launched GN5-1 and GN5-IC1 projects, a showcase the impact of the OCRE project, an interview Dr. Sven Ubik from CESNET, a piece on how space technology is achieving the UN SDGs in the Arab world, updates on TNC23 and GN4-3N project, and more!
Issue 41 - The SOTEU and Why it Matters
CONNECT41, the latest issue of the GÉANT CONNECT magazine is hot off the press! In this issue, we take a closer look at the significant policy developments that have been happening in Brussels and that have impact on our community. In the Magazine, we also interview two of our Community's early pioneers, update on eduGAIN's growing community, go through awarded projects from the 2022 GÉANT Innovation Programme, update on CLAW and TNC23. And, as always, we welcome numerous articles from our NREN partners. Our thanks to all of you who contributed to this issue.