Richard Delmas is Principal Administrator at the European Commission,
Directorate General Information Society and Media.
He started his career at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg and joined the European Commission in Luxemburg in the mid eighties where he was Head of project for computer linguistics and translation.
He then moved to Brussels as assistant of a Deputy Director General and was in charge of developing policies for Internet and Adviser to the Governmental Advisory Committe of ICANN (GAC) since 1999. He headed the Secretariat of the GAC on behalf of the European Commission, before it was transferred to the Government of India in 2006. He is now in charge of the international relations for the Neighbourhood Countries and the Mediterranean area at the European Commission, DG INFSO.
|*||Delmas R. (dir), Vers La Société de l'Information : Savoirs - Pratiques - Médiations, Ed. Apogée, Rennes, 1995.|
|*||Delmas R., Ouvrage conjoint DG XIII/Commissariat général du Plan Où vont les autoroutes de l’information, Ed. Descartes, Paris, 1997.|
|*||Delmas R., Rapport du Conseil d’État Internet et les réseaux numériques, Ed. La documentation française, Paris, 1998.|