Our experts and tutors are always up to date with the latest information on the implementation of new technologies related to Internet resources, including IPv6, cybersecurity, IXP, RPKI, DNSSEC and other topics, and they contribute their knowledge to the courses offered on the Campus.
- Mariela Rocha holds a degree in Information Systems Engineering from Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Argentina.
- She has served as director of Redes de Interconexión Universitaria Asociación Civil, an organization that connects all National Universities in Argentina, where she was responsible for the organization’s technological and administrative coordination.
- She has actively participated in LACNIC meetings and forums. From 2006 to 2011, was Chair of the Latin American IPv6 Forum and of the Latin American and Caribbean IPv6 Task Force. She was also part of the FLIP6 (Latin American IPv6 Forum) Evaluation Committee from 2011 to 2016.
- Mariela has taught numerous courses on topics related to network infrastructure and ICTs (among them, IPv6, BGP and Network Management) for Argentine universities, Internet service providers and other public and private organizations. She has also presented on these topics at multiple events around the region, including the School on Internet Governance, LACNIC / LACNOG, IPv6 tours and others.
- She co-authored the book “IPv6 for All,” a project promoted by the Internet Society Argentina Chapter that was published in multiple languages and distributed in Latin America as well as in other regions. She also co-authored the book “IPv6 for Network Operators,” promoted by the Internet Society Argentina Chapter.
- She has always been involved in new technologies and network engineering, primarily in the academic sector. She first began working with IPv6 in 2003, participating in workshops and training activities organized by Florida International University (FIU) while working at Red Teleinformática Académica (RETINA), where she helped consolidate IPv6 deployment.
- She has 20 years of experience in IPv4 and IPv6 network management, having coordinated working teams and led multiple projects, both at national as well as at Latin American level.