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ICANN: Die ersten Kandidaten stehen fest.
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Maria Livanos Cattaui
Maria Livanos Cattaui is the Secretary-General of the
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), based in Paris. She
is a member of numerous boards and advisory boards. A Swiss
citizen of Greek origin, she is a graduate of Harvard
Alf Hansen is Director of UNINETT FAS A/S in Trondheim,
Norway. UNINETT FAS is member of CENTR (Council of European
National Top-Level Domain Registries), and is the host for
NORID, the Norwegian Registration Service for Internet Domain
Names. He has previously been Research Scientist, Group
Leader, Section Leader, Operational manager, and elected Board
member of UNINETT A/S. He holds a degree of "Sivilingeniĝr"
(Graduate Electrical Engineer) from The Norwegian Institute of
Technology, NTH, Trondheim..
Olivier Muron joined France Telecom's Research & Technology
division in 1998, where he is head of a department in charge
of IP technology and electronic commerce; prior to that, he
was involved in Internet-related projects at INRIA and the
French Ministry of Industry and Telecommunications. Olivier
holds an engineering degree from Ecole Centrale de Paris and a
Ph. D. degree in Statistics from the University of California
Dr. Oliver B. Popov is a professor of Computer Science at the
Institute of Informatics, the Faculty of Natural Sciences and
Mathematics, University of St Cyril and Methodius, and the
President of the Executive Board of the Macedonian Academic
and Research Network (MARNet). Dr. Popov is credited with
being, along with a group of enthusiasts, the key person to
bring the Internet to Macedonia and to the Macedonian academic
and research community. He is currently the Vice-chairman of
CEENet (Central and Eastern European Networking Association),
as well as a member of the NATO Advisory Panel on Networking.
Winfried Schüller is Director of International IP-Services at
Deutsche Telekom, where he is also reponsible for Next
Generation Internet activities. Winfried holds a Master's
Degree (Diplom -Ingenieur) in Electrical Engineering from the
Technical University of Aachen, Germany, and a Master's of
Business Administration (MBA) from Northwestern University
Chicago (Kellogg Graduate School of Management) and University
for Corporate Management (WHU), Koblenz.
Thomas Roessler <email@example.com>