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Nominee: Ma Yan

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My name is MA, Yan. I am a professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department of BUPT and has led several national key technology research projects, including network management, mobile and wireless network, IPv6, multimedia transmission, and distance learning. I have been teaching and doing research in the field of computer networking and telecommunications since 1982. I have conducted consulting works for telecoms in China for many years.

I am the deputy director of the Network Information Center of Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT). My responsibility is for the planning, construction, and operation of the campus computer network of BUPT. I have the experience in IP addressing, and technical planning as a campus network administrator.

I have served as an Executive Committee member of APNIC during 2003-2007 and 2008-2010, contributing my efforts to regional Internet development. I has been an Executive Committee member of China Education and Research Network (CERNET) since 1994, building the largest IP network for the education and academic community in China. Recently, I have been actively involved in the design and implementation of CNGI-CERNET2, the IPv6-based next generation CERNET. I am the co-supervisor of CERNET NIC, dealing with IPv4/IPv6 address allocation/assignment and domain name registration. I have also been in charge of the operation of the North China regional network of CERNET, which connects universities in Beijing, Shanxi, and Inner Mongolia.

I am also very active in Internet-related international activities. I was convenor of APEC TEL HRDSG (Human Resource Development Steering Group) and DSG (ICT Development SG). I have successfully led the Groups while in the position.

I would like to serve for the Internet community in the Asia and Pacific area through my dedicated efforts. Your support are really welcome and appreciated! Let's working together for the prosperity of Internet in our region.