From 7 to 11 August, the second APIE Camp was successfully concluded at the Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), located in the city of Bandung, Indonesia. Bandung is the capital of Indonesia’s West Java province, and it is known for its lively university-town feel and relatively cool tropical weather.
For five days, 16 students from SOI Asia partner universities in Indonesia and Malaysia participated in the program. Mentors from APNIC, AWS, University Sains Malaysia (USM), ITB, and Keio University led several sessions and mentored participants during the program. The 5-day curriculum was largely the same as the previous camp conducted in Keio in February 2023.
ITB also conducted another APIE Camp for local students in Bahasa Indonesia. Also, this was also the first time that female learners took part as participants.
APIE Camp provides a project-based intensive curriculum for network design and implementation. The APIE program aims to help learners build essential Internet engineering skills and knowledge to improve cyberspace for society.
Check all highlights of the APIE Camp in ITB at: