directs research in networking, security, and distributed systems within the Computer Science Laboratory. He has an extensive background as a researcher, entrepreneur, executive, and strategist in telecommunications, entertainment, computer science, and design. Glenn's design for the first laptop computer is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. He is a member of ACM and IEEE, serves on boards of directors for non-profits and public corporations, and holds four patents.
Come join us for a special evening of the PARC Forum with George Dyson a historian of technology where he will give a presentation: The First Five Kilobytes are the Hardest- The Physical Realization of an Electronic Computing Instrument. Come join us and register here. .