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NGI0 Webinars

Join us for the NGI0 Webinars where we discuss topics relevant to supporting and sustaining the Next Generation Internet. These are typically 90 minute sessions, starting with a 45-minute talk by the presenter followed by a Q&A. The webinars are recorded and you should find the videos of previous sessions below.

How to join

Sessions take place on Thursday starting at 13.00 CET (Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome). You can join the session on the BigBlueButton platform via the following link: No need to subscribe, the room is open.

Upcoming webinars

May 2, 2024, 11.00 - 12.00 CEST (Brussels time) / 17.00 SGT (Singapore time)

Tech talk with bunnie on IRIS: an open hardware project to verify chips

With Andrew "bunnie" Huang

Hardware hacker bunnie is working on IRIS (Infra-Red, In-Situ) inspection of silicon, a project to facilitate the non-destructive verification of silicon chips. The goal of the project is to give people a tangible reason to trust their chips. In this webinar he'll give a short talk about the project but will leave most of the time for a Q&A as he is interested to hear what people think about IRIS.

Chip inspection often requires removing or even destroying the chip. With IRIS bunnie has developed a method using infrared light to inspect chips without having to unmount them. The aim of the project is to create a set of techniques for the hardware world that fill the analogous role of "digital signature verification" used on software packages: a ubiquitous method to establish trust in an artifact, after it has been delivered to the user.

How to join

You can join the session on the BigBlueButton platform via the following link: No need to subscribe, the room is open.

Cartoon-like portrait of bunnie

About Andrew "bunnie" Huang

Bunnie is an open source hardware hacker, and an activist for digital rights and freedoms. He is well-known for many projects such as Betrusted, a secure and private communications system that gives users an evidence-based reason to believe that private matters are kept private, and the Safecast Geiger Counter Reference Design, an open sensor network that can aggregate trustable, source-neutral radiation monitoring data. He is the author of The Hardware Hacker, Hacking the Xbox (made freely available in honor of Aaron Swartz), and The Essential Guide to Electronics in Shenzhen. He documents his ongoing projects on his website

Previous webinars

Partner webinars

In Partner webinars partners of the NGI0 consortium introduce themselves and share knowledge about their area of expertise such as security, privacy, accessibility, open source licensing compliance, standardisation, packaging, etc. NGI0 does not only provide financial support to grantees but also offers that expertise as support services to improve the quality and inclusiveness of their projects. In the Partner webinars you'll learn what each partner has to offer.
Partner webinars take place on the third Thursday of the month at 13.00 CET.

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