OpenTechSummit China is organized in cooperation with FOSSASIA. It is a premier Open Technology event for developers, contributors, start-ups, and technology companies in Asia and covers topics from Open Source software to hardware and science. Former summits have taken place in Saigon/Ho-Chi-Minh City, Phnom Penh, Singapore, Berlin and Potsdam, Germany. The first OpenTechSummit happened 2009 in Taipei.
Frank Karlitschek started the Nextcloud project to enable decentralized and secure cloud hosting. He has been involved with a variety of Free Software projects including having been a board member for the KDE community. Frank has spoken at MIT, CERN and ETH and keynoted LinuxCon, Latinoware, Akademy, FOSSASIA, openSUSE Con and many other conferences. Frank is the founder and CEO of Nextcloud Gmbh. Frank is a fellow of Open Forum Europe.
Free Software Initiative of Japan
Long-time Hacker around GNU, Linux and Debian.
Since 2010, he started Gnuk Project to build a USB cryptographic token, which is fully free, including PCB design, firmware, host side driver and its development environment.
He spends his half of working time for the maintenance of GnuPG and libgcrypt, and rest is used to maintain his thread library named Chopstx, TRNG implementation named NeuG, and the USB firmware named Gnuk.
Changsha LUG, BLUG
National University of Defense Technology
Hong Phuc Dang
Organized by FOSSASIA
FOSSASIA develops Open Source software and hardware solutions with a global developer community from its base in Asia and organizes Open Technology events around the year. The organization runs coding programs and development contests. The annual FOSSASIA Summit is the premier Open Technology event in Asia for developers, contributors, start-ups, and technology companies in Asia. FOSSASIA was founded in 2009 by Mario Behling and Hong Phuc Dang.