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spacer.gif   IPv6 Forum Awards
Posted by : forum on Friday, May 09, 2008 - 05:12 PM
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IPv6 Forum Information
IPv6 Forum Pioneers

The IPv6 Forum recognises the outstanding contributions of individuals to the cause of IPv6 development, promotion and deployment. We acknowledge the individuals with the award of the IPv6 Forum's IPv6 Pioneer status.

The following IPv6 Pioneer Awards have been made by the Forum:
  • Steve Deering (Dubai 2001)

  • Jim Bound (Seoul 2001)

  • Jun Murai (Beijing 2002)

  • Latif Ladid (Arlington 2002)

  • Tim Chown (Madrid 2003)
  • Jordi Palet (Madrid 2003)

  • Yanick Pouffary ( San Diego 2003)
  • Patrick Grossetete (San Diego 2003)
  • Michael Brig ( San Diego 2003)

  • Liu Dong (Beijing 2004)

  • Major R.V. Dixon (Santa Monica 2004)
  • Ben Schultz (Santa Monica 2004)
  • Hiroshi Esaki (Santa Monia 2004)

  • Hemanth Thalak Dettatreya (Bangalore 2005)
  • Jay K. (Bangalore 2005)
  • Gopi Garge (Bangalore 2005)

  • Jonathan Robin (Paris 2007)
  • HyoungJun Kim (Seoul 2007)
  • Geof Lambert. (Sacramento 2007)
  • George Usi (Sacramento 2007)

    IPv6 Forum Fellows

    An IPv6 Forum Fellow is an appointed position by the IPv6 Forum President and supported by the IPv6 Forum CTO. This title is bestowed upon our finest and most dedicated technical members, because of their individual technology contributions to support the promotion, deployment, and technology advantages of the IPv6 Forum mission across all geographies.

    The following individuals have been awarded IPv6 Forum Fellow status:
    • Tony Hain

    • Yanick Pouffary

    • Patrick Grossetete

    • Hua Ning

    • Carl Williams

    • Hiroshi Esaki

    • John Loughney

    • Jeff Doyle

    • Merike Kaeo

    • Hiroshi Miyata

    • Erica Johnson

    • Cesar Viho

    • Salman Asadullah

    • Adeel Ahmed

    • Christine Maxwell

    • Chip Nielsen
    IPv6 Forum Fellows have demonstrated contributions with significant impact, have shown strong leadership qualities, and have proven their expert knowledge and impartiality in the promotion of IPv6 on behalf of the Forum.


    Itojun Service Award

    http://www.isoc.org/awards/itojun/

    About the Award

    The Itojun Service Award was launched in 2008 to provide recognition and support for those progressing IPv6 development on the Internet.



    The Itojun Service Award honours the memory of Dr. Jun-ichiro "Itojun" Hagino, who passed away in 2007, aged just 37. The award, established by the friends of Itojun and administered by the Internet Society (ISOC), recognises and commemorates the extraordinary dedication exercised by Itojun over the course of IPv6 development.

    Itojun worked as a Senior Researcher at the Internet Initiative Japan (IIJ), was a member of the board of the Widely Integrated Distributed Environment (WIDE) project, and from 1998 to 2007 served on the groundbreaking KAME project in Japan as the "IPv6 samurai". He was also a member of the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) from 2003 to 2005.

    At the time of his passing, Russ Housley, IETF Chair, and Olaf Kolkman, IAB Chair, issued a joint statement, praising Itojun's service to IPv6 developments, saying that he had "inspired many and will be missed."

    The Itojun Service Award will run for 10 years, presented annually to an individual who has made outstanding contributions in service to the IPv6 community. The award includes a presentation crystal, a US$3,000 honorarium, and a travel grant. The Award will honor an individual who has provided sustained and substantial technical contributions, service to the community, and leadership. With respect to leadership, the selection committee will place particular emphasis on candidates who have supported and enabled others in addition to their own specific actions.

    For more information, please contact itojun-award[at]isoc.org

    Itojun Service Award Launched

    http://www.cisco.com/web/about/ac123/ac147/archived_issues/ipj_11-4/114_fragments.html

    A new award, providing recognition and support for those progressing IPv6 development on the Internet, was announced in November. The Itojun Service Award honors the memory of Dr. Jun-ichiro "Itojun" Hagino, who passed away in 2007, aged just 37 [1]. The award, established by the friends of Itojun and administered by the Internet Society (ISOC), recognizes and commemorates the extraordinary dedication exercised by Itojun over the course of IPv6 development. Itojun worked as a Senior Researcher at the Internet Initiative Japan (IIJ), was a member of the board of the Widely Integrated Distributed Environment (WIDE) Project, and from 1998 to 2006 served on the groundbreaking KAME project in Japan as the "IPv6 Samurai." He was also a member of the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) from 2003 to 2005.

    At the time of his passing, Russ Housley, Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Chair, and Olaf Kolkman, IAB Chair, issued a joint statement, praising Itojun's service to IPv6 developments, saying that he had "inspired many and will be missed."

    The Itojun Service Award will run for 10 years, presented annually to an individual who has made outstanding contributions in service to the IPv6 community. The award includes a presentation crystal, a US$3,000 honorarium, and a travel grant. The Award will honor an individual who has provided sustained and substantial technical contributions, service to the community, and leadership. With respect to leadership, the selection committee will place particular emphasis on candidates who have supported and enabled others in addition to their own specific actions.

    The selection committee members for the Itojun Service Award are: Jun Murai, Hiroshi Esaki, Ole Jacobsen, Bob Hinden, Randy Bush, Bill Manning, Tatuya Jinmei, Kazu Yamamoto, and Kenjiro Cho.

    Memorial donations to the Itojun Service Award Fund are welcomed and the Internet Society has established an account for donations. Details of the fund, as well as more information about Jun-ichiro "Itojun" Hagino and the Itojun Service Award are available on the ISOC Web site: http://www.isoc.org/awards/itojun/

    The WIDE Project has also established a Japanese bank account to collect donations in Japanese Yen, the details of which are available here: http://www.wide.ad.jp/itojun-award

    [1] Hinden, Bob, "Remembering Itojun: The IPv6 Samurai," The Internet Protocol Journal, Volume 10, No. 4, December 2007.



    NAv6TF Members,

    It is with great pleasure that Latif and I would like to announce the new IPv6 Forum President Award Public Relations for IPv6 Deployment first recipient as Joya Subudhi for her many years of volunteer work and efforts to provide PR support for the deployment of IPv6. Joya has worked with our clients and news media persistently to drive an information flow into the market that has assisted greatly with advancement of IPv6 awareness and deployment. Joya also has served on the NAv6TF www.nav6tf.org Steering Committee as PR Advisor to the NAv6TF since the beginning of the Task Force's creation.

    Please join us in congratulating Joya for this industry volunteer work and her long commitment to the deployment of IPv6. We will be adding entries to recognize this new award and Joya on the IPv6 Forum and NAv6TF web pages.

    Respectfully,

    Jim Bound
    CTO IPv6 Forum www.ipv6forum.com

    Latif Ladid
    President IPv6 Forum www.ipv6forum.com





 
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