ICTng

ICTng stands for ICT's Next Generation and is the network of the younger generation of ICT researchers in The Netherlands
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

ICT Next Generation (ICTng) is a group of talented younger generation ICT researchers in The Netherlands. Initiated by 4TU.NIRICT and COMMIT, participants come from the VU, UVA, Radboud University, Utrecht University, TU Delft, UTwente and TU Eindhoven, which makes it a very diverse group covering more than half of all Dutch universities.

For more information check their website

Przemek Pawelczak: To help bring all bright young academic ICT minds of the Netherlands together. Take part in creating a unique crowd of people stimulating broad ICT cross-interaction, from applications, heavy electronics up to programming and theoretical ICT work. 

Nirvana Meratnia: To help giving back the ICT research and education the value, importance, and significance it deserves and to help ICT to be re-cognized as an important theme in the strategic research agendas and funding programs.

Ronald Poppe: To meet and be inspired by other ICT researchers to make the Dutch ICT future brighter.

Zekeriya Erkin: I see a great opportunity to improve ICT research and education in collaboration with colleagues who are as enthusiastic as I am to have a positive impact.

Sander Stuijk: I would like to bring like-minded young academics in the field of ICT research and education together. To share ideas and to make great plans for the future of our inspiring field.

ICT Next Generation (ICTng) is a group of talented younger generation ICT researchers in The Netherlands. Initiated by 4TU.NIRICT and COMMIT, participants come from the VU, UVA, Radboud University, Utrecht University, TU Delft, UTwente and TU Eindhoven, which makes it a very diverse group covering more than half of all Dutch universities.

For more information check their website

Przemek Pawelczak: To help bring all bright young academic ICT minds of the Netherlands together. Take part in creating a unique crowd of people stimulating broad ICT cross-interaction, from applications, heavy electronics up to programming and theoretical ICT work. 

Nirvana Meratnia: To help giving back the ICT research and education the value, importance, and significance it deserves and to help ICT to be re-cognized as an important theme in the strategic research agendas and funding programs.

Ronald Poppe: To meet and be inspired by other ICT researchers to make the Dutch ICT future brighter.

Zekeriya Erkin: I see a great opportunity to improve ICT research and education in collaboration with colleagues who are as enthusiastic as I am to have a positive impact.

Sander Stuijk: I would like to bring like-minded young academics in the field of ICT research and education together. To share ideas and to make great plans for the future of our inspiring field.

ICTng

ICT Next Generation (ICTng) is a group of talented younger generation ICT researchers in The Netherlands. Initiated by 4TU.NIRICT and COMMIT, participants come from the VU, UVA, Radboud University, Utrecht University, TU Delft, UTwente and TU Eindhoven, which makes it a very diverse group covering more than half of all Dutch universities.

For more information check their website

Przemek Pawelczak: To help bring all bright young academic ICT minds of the Netherlands together. Take part in creating a unique crowd of people stimulating broad ICT cross-interaction, from applications, heavy electronics up to programming and theoretical ICT work. 

Nirvana Meratnia: To help giving back the ICT research and education the value, importance, and significance it deserves and to help ICT to be re-cognized as an important theme in the strategic research agendas and funding programs.

Ronald Poppe: To meet and be inspired by other ICT researchers to make the Dutch ICT future brighter.

Zekeriya Erkin: I see a great opportunity to improve ICT research and education in collaboration with colleagues who are as enthusiastic as I am to have a positive impact.

Sander Stuijk: I would like to bring like-minded young academics in the field of ICT research and education together. To share ideas and to make great plans for the future of our inspiring field.

ICT Next Generation (ICTng) is a group of talented younger generation ICT researchers in The Netherlands. Initiated by 4TU.NIRICT and COMMIT, participants come from the VU, UVA, Radboud University, Utrecht University, TU Delft, UTwente and TU Eindhoven, which makes it a very diverse group covering more than half of all Dutch universities.

For more information check their website

Przemek Pawelczak: To help bring all bright young academic ICT minds of the Netherlands together. Take part in creating a unique crowd of people stimulating broad ICT cross-interaction, from applications, heavy electronics up to programming and theoretical ICT work. 

Nirvana Meratnia: To help giving back the ICT research and education the value, importance, and significance it deserves and to help ICT to be re-cognized as an important theme in the strategic research agendas and funding programs.

Ronald Poppe: To meet and be inspired by other ICT researchers to make the Dutch ICT future brighter.

Zekeriya Erkin: I see a great opportunity to improve ICT research and education in collaboration with colleagues who are as enthusiastic as I am to have a positive impact.

Sander Stuijk: I would like to bring like-minded young academics in the field of ICT research and education together. To share ideas and to make great plans for the future of our inspiring field.