Greek Research and Technology Network (Greece)
Zenon Mousmoulas studied law at the Democritus University of Thrace and the University of Athens, but shifted focus to ICT. He has been with GRNET since 2003, where he has participated in a wide range of national and European projects, undertaking both technical and management responsibilities. He holds the position of Network Applications Developer and, as of fall of 2008, he has also been supporting the then established in-house team of GRNET NOC. He has in-depth experience in a vast range of technologies, from networking to systems, identity and multimedia. Among other tasks, he is developing and scaling live streaming and webcasting applications and services, such as the webtv services of the Hellenic Parliament. He is also technically responsible for the Greek eduroam federation; and recently he has orchestrated large-scale, eduroam-enabled Wi-Fi deployments. He has been a member of the TERENA Networking Conference program committee and has chaired TERENA's task force on applied media. In the past he has also worked on legal and promotion issues of free and open source software, having essentially helped in the establishment of the Greek Free Software Society and the Creative Commons affiliate organization in Greece.