Vice President, Content-Centric Networking
Teresa Lunt is Vice President, Content-Centric Networking.
Previously, Teresa was Vice President and Director of the Computing Science Laboratory, directing a wide range of research activities in her organization, including ad hoc networking, content-based networking, mobile computing and services, user-modeling and context-aware information technologies, innovation services, ethnography and user-centered design, security and privacy, and analytics and algorithms. Under Lunt's direction, this research organization engaged in multiple strategic commercial co-development relationships and has spun out the cloud-managed wireless LAN startup PowerCloud.
Lunt is also a PARC Principal Scientist. Before joining PARC, she was Assistant Director and Program Manager in DARPA's Information Technology Office, where she launched programs to fund research in computer and network security. Lunt also previously led teams at SRI International to develop the first intrusion detection system and the first highly secure database system.
Lunt received an M.A. in Applied Mathematics from Indiana University and an A.B. in Geophysics from Princeton University.
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28 September 2012 | CIO
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7 August 2012 | Xconomy San Francisco
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IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference
2 May 2014 | San Francisco, CA
Women of Vision Awards -- PARC is a sponsor
10 May 2012
Keynote: Content-Centric Networking -- Achieving Efficiency Without Compromising Web Privacy
2 March 2012 | Malibu, CA