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Tercer panelista internacional confirmado en TICAL y e-Ciencia, el estadounidense Bruce Howe traerá para las sesiones plenarias de los eventos un tema actual y más relevante que nunca: las posibilidades de aporte de las RNIE en temas ambientales, especialmente el cambio climático y sus consecuencias, como tsunamis y terremotos. En esta entrevista, Howe, que es Profesor de Investigación de la Universidad de Hawaii en Manoa y presidente de la fuerza tarea internacional conocida como “SMART Cable Initiative” (Science Monitoring And Reliable Telecommunication, o Monitoreo de la Ciencia y Telecomunicaciones Confiables) comparte su experiencia en el área y da su opinión sobre cómo las redes avanzadas pueden ser aliadas para la preservación del medio ambiente.

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He is the "father" of eduroam, plays important roles in GEÁNT and is an expert in Trust and Identity, a topic he will share with the Latin American ICT community between September 2 and 4, in Cancun, Mexico, during TICAL2019 and the 3rd Latin American Meeting of e-Science. We are talking about the dutchman Klaas Wierenga, our interviewee today. With good humor, Wierenga tells a little about the history of his famous development, comments on the plans for TICAL and reflects on how Europe and Latin America can collaborate even more efficiently.

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On our way to TICAL2019 and the 3rd Latin American e-Science Meeting, that will be held together between September 2-4, in Cancún, it’s time to know better the international speakers who will share their experiences with the region’s ICT and research communities. In our first interview we meet the President and CEO of the Canadian academic network CANARIE, Jim Ghadbane. Experienced leader in the ICT industry, as leader of CANARIE, Ghadbane is responsible for achieving the institution’s objectives, as indicated by the network agreement with the Government of Canada.  In this conversation, he shares some of his views on how NRENs can be relevant nowadays and gives us glimpses of his talk in TICAL.