Mirjam Kuehne

Mirjam Kuehne

Joined on September 23, 2010
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About

Mirjam K├╝hne returned to the RIPE NCC in 2009 to set up RIPE Labs, using her wide professional network and technical insight to engage the Internet community to share ideas and best practice on issues impacting on the Internet infrastructure.

Prior to joining the RIPE NCC, Mirjam worked at ISOC as Senior Program Manager. She led projects related to technology and public policy, bridging the gap between the technical community and non-technical audiences, including government organisations. She was also responsible for ISOC's Education Pillar, which involved the development of technical workshops in developing countries. Additionally, she was in charge of establishing relationships with partner organisations, e.g. ICANN, the RIRs, the IETF and NSRC.

Mirjam's career highlights also include the inception of the IETF Journal, which she edited for 5 years.

Prior to this, Mirjam worked at the RIPE NCC's senior management, being responsible for external relations and representing the organisation on an international level.

Mirjam has a Master's Degree in Computer Science from the Technical University, Berlin, Germany.

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Topic Interests

Regional RegistriesIP AddressingIPv6NetworksRegistry ServicesDNSInternet ProtocolNet NeutralityCybersecurityTelecomAccess ProvidersBroadbandNew TLDsDNS SecurityInternet of Things

Recent Blogs

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Networks Announcing IPv6 Over Time: A Short Update

1,000th /22 Allocated from Last /8

A Look at How the Internet Routes Around Damage: Measuring Global Effects of Storm Sandy

New LIRs and Their IPv6 RIPEness

Popular Posts

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