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Department of Informatics joins ETSI

Posted on 13/12/2016

The Department of Informatics has joined the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) as a full member. The membership was officially approved in the recent ETSI 68th General Assembly on 29 November 2016, in the ETSI headquarter in Sophia Antipolis. The membership certificate was awarded to the King's College London representative, Dr Toktam Mahmoodi, by the general assembly Chairman, Mr. Simon Hicks of the UK government’s Digital Economy Unit.  

 Mr Simon Hicks and Dr Toktam Mahmoodi 400

Dr Toktam Mahmoodi being presented with the certificate of membership by Mr Simon Hicks.

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