41st Asia Pacific Advanced Network Meeting
Manila Revisited: Enabling Connectivity for an Integrated World
Marriott Grand Ballroom, Manila | 24 - 29 January 2016
> APAN 41 begins on Sunday, 24th with two workshops - Dengue and Public Health Workshop, and Identity and Access Management Training. Please see REVISED PROGRAM for more details.
On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee, it is my great pleasure to welcome all delegates and guests to Manila, Philippines for the 41st Asia-Pacific Advanced Network (APAN 41) Meeting that will take place on 25-29 January 2016 at the Marriott Grand Ballroom, Marriott Hotel Manila, Pasay City.
In line with the theme "Manila Revisited: Enabling Connectivity for an Integrated World", the 41st APAN Meeting will include tutorials, oral presentations, and demonstrations covering advanced network technologies and applications. The five (5)-day event will also provide plenty of opportunities for its participants to interact with researchers from across the Asia-Pacific region.
It is with great honor for the Philippines to be hosting APAN 41. We look forward to seeing you and wish that you will have a pleasant conference experience and a memorable stay.
Denis F. Villorente
Officer-in-Charge, Office of the Director, DOST-ASTI
Deputy Executive Director, DOST-ICTO
Chair, 41st APAN Local Organizing Committee
About the Local Organizing Committee
The Department of Science and Technology - Advanced Science and Technology Institute (DOST-ASTI) is a government R&D agency geared towards conducting scientific researches on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Microelectronics. This is the headquarters of the Philippine Research Education and Government Information Network (PREGINET), the country's only Research and Education Network (REN) interconnecting academic, research, and government institutions with international links to Asia Pacific Advance Network (APAN), the Asian Internet Interconnection Initiatives (AI3), and the Trans-Eurasia Information Network 3 (TEIN3).
DOST-ASTI is also the home of locally developed advanced technologies to help with hazardous effects of climate change and initiate technologies for mitigation. The agency has also been instrumental in jumpstarting projects such as establishment of government data centers, development of government information systems, as well as high performance computing facilities.