The purpose of these workshops, which have been conducted for more than twenty years, is to meet the training needs of technicians and professionals from Latin America and the Caribbean in the area of information technologies and communication, with emphasis on the practical aspects of networking, organization and project management in I.T. and recent technological developments in these fields.

The workshops also aim to identify and create individual and institutional bindings to contribute to the development of cooperative projects of national or regional scope using I.T. to support human resources training and propose solutions to the many and intense needs the region faces in different sectors such as Education, Health and Environment. In the past, this has been used to create successful initiatives with positive impact in Latin America.

The proposed program cover current issues with great demand in the region, selected by the International Program Committee, with input from the local organizers from the National Engineering University of Nicaragua, who have great knowledge about the training needs of the country. Consequently, seven theoretical and practical workshops will be conducted simultaneously, in order to participants being able to choose one they're interested most.

The workshop will feature about two dozen instructors from the Latin American region as well as the U.S. and Europe, associated with higher education institutions, research centers, technological innovations, international organizations that provide training services to developing countries , private sector companies and other organizations devoted to providing and promoting Internet services.

    

Track 1: Wireless Networks

Training of participants in the use of tools and techniques for installing...

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Track 2: IPv6 Deployment

Following, a detailed description of the course which will be imparted as...

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Track 3: Network Management

Provide participants with a set of structured theoretical principles on...

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Track 4: Security Informatics

This track will provide the participants with an overview of the...

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Track 5: High Availability and Virtualization

Provide an overview to participants, for acquire theoretical and Practical bases...

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Track 6: Designing Campus Networks

The workshop will help participants to understand the basics on...

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Track 7: Wireless Sensor Networks

In this workshop we will present the use of various low-cost...

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Acknowledgements

 

 

Special thanks to the National Science Foundation (NSF) for the support given to WALC and EsLaRed through the Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC).