Date and Location
5 - 9 June 2017, Thimphu.
The Bhutan Network Operators Group (btNOG) would like to thank
Bhutan Telecom for hosting this event.
The btNOG Conference and Workshop is an opportunity for capacity
development for the professionals of IT/ICT involved in the
operation of networks and network services in Bhutan.
We encourage you to register as soon as possible. Due to the popular
demand for the courses, the limited seats could run out fast.
btNOG's Fourth Meeting consists of 1 day of conference followed by 4 days of training by hands-on-workshops.
- The registration fee for the training/workshops is Nu 15000.
- The registration fee for the conference is Nu 3000.
- The registration fee for both training and conference is Nu 18000.
Registration for btNOG 4 can be done in cash or cheque to Bhutan
Telecom. The registration fee goes towards covering the costs of
holding the event.
Please contact secretariat(at)nog(dot)bt by email more information and
to register for the fourth btNOG meeting.
btNOG 4 will be held in Thimphu at the Office of the
Vice-Chancellor, Royal University of Bhutan.
The call for papers for the 5th June btNOG plenary is now
open. Please submit your
presentation proposals as soon as possible. The programme will be
assembled on a first come first served basis. Deadline for all
submissions is 20th May 2017.
The conference outline is below.
Day 1 (Monday, 5th June)
- Plenary Conference - Agenda
- Host Welcome Address - CEO Bhutan Telecom
- Paranoia 101 - Randy Bush (IIJ)
- 10:30-11:00: Tea Break
- 13:00-14:00: Lunch
- 15:30-16:00: Tea Break
Day 2 (Tuesday 6th June) - Day 5 (Friday 9th June): Technical Workshops
- Track 1: Campus Network Design
- Philip Smith (NSRC) and Tashi Phuntsho (APNIC)
- Track 2: Network and Systems Security
- Randy Bush (IIJ), Matsuzaki Yoshinobu (IIJ) and Alisha Gurung
The presentations are available by following the agenda links
How to get to Thimphu
International participants have a choice of
airlines, DrukAir and TashiAir, flying from Singapore,
Bangkok, Dhaka, Kathmandu, and 6 ports in India.
For further information please contact the organising committee.
btNOG is made possible with the support of many
organisations with common interests in the development and
stability of the Internet network infrastructure, operations, services
and performance. We are always interested in expressions of
interest of support from other organisations who share our desire
to improve the Internet in the Bhutan.
Organisations who wish to support this or future btNOG meetings
should please contact the organising committee by sending email to
btnog-coord at nog.bt.
We'd like to acknowledge the generous support of NSRC, ICANN, APNIC,