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'''Clement Genty''' is a French PhD Candidate at Arts & Metiers ParisTech in industrial engineering and lecturer at the University of Angers. His research focuses on the financial and extrafinancial valuation of domain names. Holder of an engineering degree, he is particularly interested in the technical function of the domain name. At ICANN58, he suggested the creation of new TLD to create a new name space.
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'''Clement Genty''' is a French PhD Candidate at Arts & Metiers ParisTech in industrial engineering and lecturer at the University of Angers. His research focuses on the financial and extrafinancial valuation of domain names. Holder of an engineering degree, he is particularly interested in the technical function of the domain name. At ICANN58, he suggested the creation of new TLD to create a trusted space.
  
  
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==Awards==
 
==Awards==
 
* CIFRE grant
 
* CIFRE grant
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== References ==

Revision as of 23:32, 7 March 2017

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Organization: Arts & Metiers ParisTech
Affiliation: ALAC
NextGen@ICANN
Stakeholder Group(s): Academia
Born: 25/11/1988
Region: Europe
Country: France
Email: clement.genty@ensam.eu
Website: [www.PhD.tf www.PhD.tf]
Twitter: TwitterIcon.png   @ClementGenty

Clement Genty is a French PhD Candidate at Arts & Metiers ParisTech in industrial engineering and lecturer at the University of Angers. His research focuses on the financial and extrafinancial valuation of domain names. Holder of an engineering degree, he is particularly interested in the technical function of the domain name. At ICANN58, he suggested the creation of new TLD to create a trusted space.


Career History

AmCham Tajikistan (2013)

Work as Communication officer for the American Chamber of Commerce in Tajikistan[1]. Exchanges with Information Technology Center, the .TJ domain registry.

ICANN and Internet Governance Participation

  • ICANN 58 in Copenhagen is Clement's first ICANN Meeting, which he attended as part of the NextGen Programme
  • AFNIC member as an individual user[2]
  • EURALO member as an individual user[3]

Education

  • PhD Candidate in industrial Engineering at Arts & Metiers ParisTech[4]
  • Engineer Degree in industrial Engineering at IstiA Innovation

Publications

Clement Genty is the author and co-author of several publications:

Awards

  • CIFRE grant

References