[78all] Thursday Lunch Speaker: Bram Peeters

Ray Pelletier <rpelletier@isoc.org> Wed, 28 July 2010 13:07 UTC

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BRAM PEETERS, the Head of Network Services, at SURFnet will speak on "Dynamic Network Services for e-Research: Middleware or Control Planes"

Thursday at 12:00 - 12:45 in Auditorium 2.  Seating is limited.

Since 2007 Bram Peeters is the Head of Network Services at SURFnet, the Dutch NREN. His team is responsible for the running and development of the SURFnet network. Bram has been actively involved in the development of SURFnet's dynamic network service. Before joining SURFnet as network expert in 2005 he did research on flexible photonic networks for Nortel Networks. 

Ray'