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ID Name
229 Cesar S. Dideles Jr.
238 Hassan Zaheer
249 Mohammed Hanif Reza Bhuiyan
268 Noman Hussain Ansari
271 Asim Bepari
274 Surendra Chhetri
278 Nestor Michael Canos Tiglao
284 Stanley Osao
285 Ilandari Dewage Chaminda Indrajith
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294 Shannon Lasin Sariman
306 Bernie Tauaanae
309 Bwanouia Aberaam
312 scan
314 Lourdes Tadeo Enriquez
318 Rathana Leng
319 Tanya. E. D. Samuel
334 Dheep Vijay Balaraman
340 Suresh Ramasamy
341 Chan J Tallon
Congratulations to those awarded fellows in APRICOT 2008! Please contact secretariat@apricot2008.net for further details.

The APRICOT conference, convened annually since 1996, has been a unique and successful educational forum for Internet builders in the Asia-Pacific region, to learn from their peers and from leaders in the Internet community. Senior practitioners from the Asia Pacific and around the world contribute their time to APRICOT as presenters, teachers and trainers, to produce a non-commercial conference of consistently high-quality.

Since 2000, APRICOT has incorporated a Fellowship Program to provide opportunities to developing country personnel to participate in APRICOT. This program provides basic assistance to successful fellows to cover local living and registration expenses associated with attending the conference.

The APRICOT 2008 Fellowship Committee now cordially invite suitable applicants to apply for fellowship funding to participate in APRICOT 2008 in Taipei.

To apply on-line, please proceed to the on-line application page.
Target Audience

The APRICOT Fellowship Program targets personnel from developing countries who are actively involved in Internet development, in any of the following roles:
  • Engineers (Network Builders)
  • Decision Makers in government, educational, non-government and private sectors.
  • Educators and trainers
Award Package

Successful applicants will be provided with a reasonable (local host standard) allowance for food and accommodation. In addition all fees for participation by fellows in the Conference, Tutorials and Social Events will be waived. The final grant size is determined according to final costs and available funding, and will be advised to successful applicants.

It should be noted that travel expenses are not funded by the Fellowship Program and are the responsibility of the successful fellow.

Again, travel expenses are the responsibility of the successful fellow. APRICOT does not have the resources to cover airfares for successful fellowship applicants.
Criteria for Selection

The APRICOT 2008 Fellowship Committee will select the fellows according to following criteria.
  • Membership of the Target Audience listed above
  • Residency in a developing country
  • Demonstrated ability to utilise the experiences gained from APRICOT
  • Willingness to return to APRICOT as a presenter or trainer in future
  • Candidates who have been prior recipients of a fellowship within the last 4 years from APRICOT or related conference such as APAN, APNIC or SANOG will not ordinarily be considered for fellowship.
Applicants from any part of the world will be considered, however it is expected that the majority of fellows selected will be from the Asia-Pacific region.
Application form

Prospective fellows can apply for fellowship at http://submission.apricot.net/fellowship/
Fellowship Selection Committee

The Fellowship Section Committee is Chaired by Suresh Ramasubramanian and Co-chaired by Tom Vest.
Any inquiries about the Fellowship, please contact fellowship@apricot.net.