Lala Andriamampianina

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Country: Madagascar
Email: lala.andriamampianina [at] nic.mg
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Lala Andriamampianina is a Professor at the University of Antananarivo, Madagascar; a Board Member of LIRIMA/INRIA Research Lab and Africa/France, and the Founding Chair of NIC-MG, the ccTLD manager of .mg.[1] He is also Madagascar Board member of AfriNIC[2], RIR of Africa, and a Member of the AFNIC International College.[3]

Career History

Mr. Andriamampianina is one of the African researchers in computer science who partook in the Ouagadougou Declaration in October, 1994 to promote the Internet in Africa. He is also the founding chair, and member of the board of national and international institutions in the domain of ICT, Telecommunication and Higher Education. He has also served as the Vice Chair of the Board of the Malagasy E-Governance National Realization Agency.

He has been the Executive Director of the Foundation for Higher Education Development.[4]

Lala has also served as the Chairman of the Polytechnic School , University of Antananarivo; and he is also a Member of ISOC.[5]

He was the executive manager of the FADES, a project of the Malagasy government, which was financed by the World Bank. He is considered a Pioneer of the Internet in Madagascar.[6]

Meetings and Conferences

He participated in the 14th Regional EuroAfrica-ICT FP7 Awareness Workshop.[7]

He attended the 2010 Euro-Africa e-Infrastructures Conference,[8] CARI 2010,[9] 3rd Euro-Africa Cooperation Forum on ICT Research[10]

Presentations

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