Paul Mockapetris, the inventor of the DNS
Dr. Paul Mockapetris is the computer scientist who in 1983 invented the Domain Name System (DNS) and is one of the founding fathers of the Internet. Did you know every time you send an e-mail or you browse a page you are using his creation? After leaving the university investigation field in 1995, he served as Chief Engineer in @Home (pioneers of the Internet through TV wire) and various other companies. He currently works in Nominum, Inc. (software and services for DNS and DHCP). In the early 80's he proposed the architecture that would decentralize the naming services on Internet, and performed the initial deployment of servers for root domains and top level domains (TLD).
Paul Mockapetris was born in Boston, Massachusetts on November 18 of 1948; he received his diploma in Physics and Electronic Engineering from MIT in 1971 and his PhD. of Information and Computer Sciences from UC Irvine in 1982.
Ayoudo- Open Discussion
Vancouver-based Ayoudo (www.ayoudo.com) lets you get help from trusted people close by. Using the web app or iphone app, anyone can ask for something or offer to help. Ayoudo shows who’s the most trusted person in the area and allows neighbours to connect online. People can pay for help or help can be given on a volunteer basis. Ayoudo is building better neighbourhoods by reconnecting people with their local communities.
Speakers: Michael Tippett, CEO. Michael has been building startups for 20 years in the US and Canada. Recently he was the co-founder of NowPublic, which became the world's largest citizen journalism network with over 200,000 reporters globally. He is a two time Emmy nominee and advisor to a number of Universities and organizations on early stage innovation.
Eric Burin des Roziers. Eric was co-founder of TripAdvisor and Senior Director & Architect of Product Development at Model N. He currently lives in France.
Khul Wadhwa. Head of Mobile & Business Development, Wikimedia Foundation. Kul has more than a decade of management and business development experience in several technology companies and institutions such as Stanford University. He is leading Mobile stuff to increase access to Wikipedia, with a focus on developing countries (emerging markets, global south, whatever jargon you prefer). He is also in charge of anything related to business development. He has a degree in Politics Science and International Politics Master.
The Municipality of Sao Paulo, as one of the main sponsors of Campus Party Brazil, is also making an importante appearence at Campus Party Europe. Through the Secretariat for International Relations, the City of Sao Paulo has shown its institutional support for Campus Party Europe and it's also taking this opportunity to spread the world about the city being candidate for the EXPO 2020.
The Deputy Secretary of International Relations, Mr. Guilherme Mattar, will give more the details about how Sao Paulo is preparing itself to this big challenge and also how can campuseiros can be part of this action.
Presentation & Roundtable
#I4DA Winners Round Table with Vicepresident and European Commisioner, Neelie Kroes
The 5 winners of the best ideas for the #I4DA Initiative wil present them to the VP Neelie Kroes. After there will be a Round Table with all of them.
TheBigThink #I4DA” Initiative, a project developed by Campus Party with the goal of gathering thousand of ideas for the European Digital Agenda from the young entrepreneurs, innovators, early adopters and practitioners of the digital technologies that participate in Campus Party community.
The ideas were collected through a Twitter campaign (from May 15 to June 30) in five categories (hashtags): Youth Employment, Entrepreneurship, Aging Well, Health and Internet Rights. Tweets were received from 26 countries of the European Union (EU).
The leap of faith
Moving to a new city for studying, doing your first competition in a sport you've been practicing, asking someone you really like on a date. Tons of situations that require you to move out of your comfort zone. In our fast paced world, it is necessary to keep growing and developing. Sometimes, the gap is bigger, and it requires a bigger leap: The Leap of Faith. In this presentation, Julien Fourgeaud will summarise the key elements of the topic. He will share personal experiences that have shaped his life and provide a unique perspective on making The Leap of Faith.
Julien Fourgeaud is a digital native and business catalyst. In his last role, Julien developed new business opportunities as New Product Wizard for Rovio Entertainment Ltd (Angry Birds). Prior to Rovio, Julien ran his management consulting company for mobile strategy, LeCatalyst. His company helped corporates like Vodafone, Nokia and startups to leverage their product innovation cycle. Julien was also spokesperson for the Symbian Foundation, responsible to communicate the future of the Symbian platform at various international events. His career began at Nokia, contributing to key projects such as the transition from keypad to touch interface, and leading the major effort behind third-party integration for the N97 in 2009.
Julien holds an MSc in Computer Sciences, Telecommunications and Networks from the Ecole Francaise d’Electronique d’Informatique (EFREI), in France. He has been developing not-for-profit organizations such as DiGiT EFREI, supporting the discovery of Electronics, or ESN INTO, the largest cultural organisation driving the internationalization of Technology Universities in Finland. He is an active member of open source communities, supporting self development and empowerment of talent, sharing his passion through keynotes and presentations. He practices engaged sports such as Skydiving, BASE jumping and has been training for car racing (MINI JCW, Formula Renault).
Campus Party and The Internet Society are excited to announce the launch of a new partnership. Campus Party and The Internet Society are organizations with similar missions, goals and ideas about the future of the Internet.
The Internet Society strives to make the world a better place by connecting the world, collaborating with others and advocating for equal access to the Internet. Additionally, the Internet Society's Community Grants program, Chapter work around the globe and research promotes open development, evolution, and use of the Internet for the benefit of all people throughout the world. And like Campus Party, the Internet Society works in favor of using technology in a responsible manner.
At Campus Party Europe in Berlin, Campus Party and The Internet Society will officially kick off their partnership with a signing ceremony between the two organizations on Friday, August 24 at 11 AM.