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NextGen@ICANN61 项目入选名单现已发布

洛杉矶——2018 年 1 月 5 日——互联网名称与数字地址分配机构 (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, ICANN) 宣布即将于 2018 年 3 月 10 日至 15 日在波多黎各圣胡安市 (San Juan, Puerto Rico) 召开的 ICANN61 届会议中参加 NextGen 项目的人选名单现已确定。

共有 15 名研究计算机科学、法律和人权的北美大学研究人员将参与该项目。此外,5 名此前已经参加过 ICANN 公共会议 NextGen 项目的人员将作为上述新成员的会议使节。

一个独立遴选委员会负责审核了候选人资料。这些候选人得以入选是基于:他们的现有研究,以及他们对互联网生态系统中与全球政策和互联网治理相关工作的兴趣。

入选参加 ICANN61 NextGen 项目的人员名单如下:

萨瓦纳·巴达里奇 (Savannah Badalich) 哥伦比亚大学 (Columbia University)
赫苏·科龙·罗萨多 (Jesús Colón Rosado) 波多黎各大学 (University of Puerto Rico) 里约彼德拉斯分校 (Río Piedras Campus)
贾斯汀·克雷 (Justin Cray) 康奈尔大学 (Cornell University)
弗朗斯蕾蒂·赫苏迪亚兹 (Fransleidy de Jesús Díaz) 国立大学学院 (National University College)
胡安 A. 费戈洛·罗萨多 (Juan A. Figueroa Rosado) 波多黎各大学巴阿蒙分校 (University of Puerto Rico at Bayamón)
艾伦·福莱特 (Allan Fret) 波多黎各大学 (University of Puerto Rico)
沙拉·英格尔 (Sarah Ingle) 多伦多大学三一学院 (Trinity College, University of Toronto)
加布里埃·吉门耐兹·巴隆 (Gabriel Jiménez Barrón) 波多黎各大学法学院 (University of Puerto Rico School of Law)
伊申·梅塔 (Ishan Mehta) 佐治亚理工学院 (Georgia Institute of Technology)
凯特琳·露丝·卡朋科 (Kaitlyn Rose Karpenko) 哥伦比亚大学法学院 (Columbia Law School)
哈里·莱普 (Haley Lepp) 华盛顿大学 (University of Washington)
安娜·塞西尔·卢普 (Anna Cecile Loup) 南加州大学 (University of Southern California)
卡洛尔·弗杜赫 (Carolle Vodouhe) 蒙特利尔大学 (University of Montreal)
沙玛尔·沃德 (Shamar Ward) 西印度群岛大学 (University of the West Indies) 凯夫希尔分校 (Cave Hill Campus)
詹姆士·韦斯利·威尔逊 (James Wesley Wilson) 加州大学洛杉矶分校 (University of California, Los Angeles)

ICANN61 的会议使节包括:

克里希纳·库马尔 (Krishna Kumar) ICANN58
乔什·登嘉 (Joash Ntenga) ICANN59
茜拉·阿约特·耶科 (Sheilla Ayot Nyeko) ICANN55
拉斐尔·文森特·罗萨 (Raphael Vicente Rosa) ICANN56
菲迪亚·沙布琳娜 (Fidya Shabrina) ICANN57

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ICANN 的使命在于确保全球互联网的稳定、安全与统一。在互联网上寻找另一个人的信息,您必须在您的电脑或其他设备中键入一个地址——可以是一个名称或是一串数字。这一地址必须是独一无二的,只有这样电脑之间才能互相识别。ICANN 则负责协调这些分布在全球各地的唯一标识符。ICANN 成立于 1998 年,是一家非营利公益型企业,其社群成员遍布全球各地。


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