May 28 – 29, 2019
Orea Hotel Voronez
Europe/Prague timezone

Program Commitee

Sergey Myasoedov

Sergey is an independent consultant. His areas of interest are the new key Internet technologies, especially DNSSEC and IPv6. Sergey has been active in the Internet community since the RIPE 56 Meeting in 2008. He also serves the regional community as chair of the ENOG Programme Committee.

Before starting his own company in 2007, he worked as a NOC Engineer and Chief of the NOC Department in Russian telecommunication companies. He graduated from Saint Petersburg State Technological University in Russia.


Ondrej Filip

Ondrej studied Computer Science at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at Charles University and University of Pittsburgh - Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business (MBA). During his studies at Charles University he started working for the company IPEX a.s. Later he became Technical director and member of board there. Ondřej has been CEO of the CZ.NIC association since December 2004. Herewith his duties in CZ.NIC Ondřej acts in boards of the NIX.CZ Association (Neutral Internet Exchange), the Euro-IX Association (European Internet Exchange Association) and he is also the chairmain of the board of DNS OARC (The Domain Name System Operations Analysis and Research Center). He was a member of ccNSO council (Country Code Names Supporting Organisation) at ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers); where he is now a member of the important and prestigious Security and Stability Advisory Committee (SSAC).


Adam Golecky

Adam Golecký holds the CEO position of the Association of NIX.CZ. He is responsible for leading the entire team of NIX.CZ and for the financial management of the Association; he is also in charge of communication with strategic partners and represents NIX.CZ and NIX.SK both locally and internationally. He has been with the company since 2008.


Tomas Hlavacek

Tomas is a R&D programmer at CZ.NIC and a researcher at Technische Universität Darmstadt. His technical background include Internet routing protocols, AS operation, low-level programming in Linux kernel and other OSS projects, data analysis and statistics. His current research focus is RPKI, Internet routing policies, measurement methodologies and high-speed networking in Linux. 


Ondrej Caletka

Ondrej has graduated from telecommunications at the Czech technical university in Prague. He works as a network services administrator and developer at CESNET, Czech national research and education network operator and volunteers as a co-organizer of LinuxDays conference in Prague. He is interested in open source software and hardware, modern internet technologies like IPv6 or DNSSEC, electronics and public transportation.


Zuzana Duracinska

Zuzana was working in CZ.NIC for six years as security specialist and contact person for questions and issues related to operation of security teams. She was actively involved in operation of TF-CSIRT, organisation which facilitates collaboration between security teams. Currently she is IT application manager in Tatra Mountain Resorts which is operator of mountain resorts and tourist services in the region of Eastern and Central Europe. She oversights operation and development of access systems to cableways, reservation systems in hotels, restaurants and all other services related to mountain resorts. Currently she is interested in combining security and new technologies with the best user experience in mountain resorts and leisure centres. 


Petr Krcmar

Petr Krcmař is Linux enthusiast and loves open technologies. He works as editor-in-chief of, he is active member of and he loves working and proven things and technological innovations which makes sense.


Radek Zajic

Radek focuses his work on technologies running the Internet, heavily promotes a global rollout of IPv6 and is interested in wireless telecommunications technologies. Currently cooperates with on the Content Delivery infrastructure and talks at various conferences and events. Radek believes that we are here to evolve the Internet in a way that even our children will be able to use it.