(International Telecommunication Union)
Founded in 1865 to facilitate international connectivity in communications networks, the International Telecommunication Union allocates global radio spectrum and satellite orbits, develops the technical standards that ensure networks and technologies seamlessly interconnect, and strives to improve access to ICTs to underserved communities worldwide. Every time you make a phonecall via the mobile, access the Internet or send an email, you are benefitting from the work of ITU.
Number of Delegates: 20 Delegates
Topic A: Communication and Data Privacy
Topic B: Communication Satellites and space as a resource
Michael Bornholdt has completed his B.Sc. of Physics from the University of Hamburg and will begin his Master’s at the TUM this October. His enthusiasm for natural sciences and geopolitics has motivated him to spend time studying abroad: at Imperial College London, in South Africa, and in Australia. Michael loves to organize events, so sports, or play card games in English pubs. His MUN experience is closely linked to the leadership program be-boosted and most notably includes LIMUN and WorldMUN. He now is looking forward to applying his creativity and organizational skills to role of the Chair at HAMMUN.
Rigel balances a lot of things in his life, from MUNs, radio broadcasts and his other work and hobbies. As a business student, he likes to keep in touch with developments around the world. He loves technology and is frequently seen with at least several gadgets on his person. Experiencing a flurry of MUNs, he has chaired half a dozen of them around the world in 2019 alone (with two in Europe). He loves fun and memorable hangouts as well as gastronomy and astronomy. With about a dozen patents, he looks forward to working with the other Tech-loving delegates of ITU this HAMMUN.